For Post #950, another fun poll

General chat about fembots, technosexual culture or any other ASFR related topics that do not fit into the other categories below.

Which fembot style appeals to you the most?


Realistic
23
53%
Robotic
5
12%
Humanoid
5
12%
Chrome
3
7%
Flesh-tone
0
No votes
Disassembled
3
7%
Another option not listed here
1
2%
Where's those hot wings I ordered?
3
7%
 
Total votes : 43

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For Post #950, another fun poll

Postby kb7rky » Sun Jan 09, 2005 11:16 am

So, how do you like your fembot?

Chrome? Flesh? Disassembled? Robotic? Humanoid? Realistic?

That's where this poll comes in...we all seem to have varied tastes in fembots, so I figured it'd be interesting to see where our tastes lie.

If you choose "Another option not listed here", please feel free to add your own style.

Of course, my personal favorite in fembots?

Realistic, of course ;)

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Postby keraptis » Sun Jan 09, 2005 3:17 pm

I voted for "chrome" but really that's only from the neck down.

I like the face and hair to be completely realistic ... well, maybe sometimes a little unrealistic with the hair. The hands too, for some reason.

I think this is why I am crazy about Sally Yeh in "I Love Maria" ... I loved both of her robot costumes, though I would have loved to see the helmet come off of the silver one ...

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Postby Stephaniebot » Sun Jan 09, 2005 3:47 pm

Voted for Robotic (no surprise there) though to be honest I would be happy personally being any of the top 5 types of fembots,only disassembled doesnt appeal,I wonder why!
I'm just a 'girl' who wants to become a fembot whats wrong with that?

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Postby kb7rky » Sun Jan 09, 2005 4:12 pm

Stephaniebot wrote:Voted for Robotic (no surprise there) though to be honest I would be happy personally being any of the top 5 types of fembots,only disassembled doesnt appeal,I wonder why!


Disassembled doesn't appeal to me, either, but I included that one, simply because there are some here who like their fembot in multiple pieces

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Postby Robotman » Sun Jan 09, 2005 7:42 pm

I'd have to say Realistic, but she would be Humanoid, be Fleshtone, and act Robotic. A litle dissasembly now and then wouldn't hurt either. All in all, She'd appear totally human, until you watched her move for a while, or untill you got close enough to hear her servo motors whirring.
Now, how 'bout those wings? :P

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Great concept but...

Postby code_author » Sun Jan 09, 2005 7:54 pm

8) I hate to be a pain, no I don't, I'm good at it. You need to have the ability to pick multiple buttons. Picking just one is like giving someone only one option on a car. Actually, I vote all of the above. I'd even like my fembot to bring me a tray of wings!!!

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Postby mariahbot81 » Mon Jan 10, 2005 3:41 pm

I'm going to have to say either realistic or disassembled. I like to see all the wiring and circuits on the inside whereas the outside I perfer that they look like a real person.
Unit is ready to serve.

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Postby Cornelius » Tue Jan 11, 2005 2:59 am

keraptis wrote:I think this is why I am crazy about Sally Yeh in "I Love Maria" ... I loved both of her robot costumes, though I would have loved to see the helmet come off of the silver one ...

Here here! As you can tell, I'm also jiggy for Sally ... there's way too few shots, though, where there's enough light to see detail on the "black" costume. And what's with the "large" elbow joints (like her hip joints) going away after she gets reprogrammed???

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Postby tectile » Tue Jan 11, 2005 6:01 am

Completly realistic with the exceiption of a very small pannel at the small of her back or the back of her head. Maybe a nice serial# bar code tatoo on the sole of her foot would be nice too.
And yes, I would like fries with that :)

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Postby keraptis » Tue Jan 11, 2005 10:54 am

Cornelius wrote:
keraptis wrote:I think this is why I am crazy about Sally Yeh in "I Love Maria" ... I loved both of her robot costumes, though I would have loved to see the helmet come off of the silver one ...

Here here! As you can tell, I'm also jiggy for Sally ... there's way too few shots, though, where there's enough light to see detail on the "black" costume. And what's with the "large" elbow joints (like her hip joints) going away after she gets reprogrammed???


Hahaha ... I know what you mean. Though that's not as odd as the giant cannon her arm turns into in the middle of the movie. Where the hell was THAT thing hiding?!

Your post inspired me to do a little Sally-search on the web and I can't believe what I stumbled upon. There is apparently a discussion board all about her in which Sally herself participates from time to time!

http://forums.delphiforums.com/sally_yeh/start

I'm thinking seriously about writing her a little fan letter. To this day, her performance remains to me the most beautiful realization of a female robot character I've ever seen.

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