Vintage Wonder Woman

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    1. What’s up with Lynda Carter and her freakish Skeletor-like hands?!

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    2. @BlueTengu:

      Thanks for telling me who this is, I had no idea. And wow, I happen to know a Tengu. He is blue also. What is going on.

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    3. @BlueTengu: No doubt from signing slavering fanboy autographs all day long.

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    4. Wonder Woman flew around in an invisible jet. I always wanted to see her in an invisible costume as well…

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    5. Just the randomness of the world, my friend. Sometimes there seems to be a pattern in the chaos, but it’s just your mind trying to come up with a reason for it all. 😉

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    6. her hands are fine. i’d let her put them all over me.

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    7. What a great show! Lynda Carter kicks ass!

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    8. @BlueTengu:

      Too bad randomness doesn’t exist. No such thing as chaos. All present events are a result of all past events combined. I don’t believe in fate, but there is most definitely a pattern.
      Tengu isn’t exactly a well known term, so naturally I’m suspicious. Although I’ve read somewhere that paranoia is an exaggerated form of ego, so that explanation could be valid. Creepy.

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    9. I love Linda Carter. Wonder Woman was my role model when I was little. So beautiful and strong.

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    10. Does she remind anyone else of Jessica Alba?
      Like pre-whore Alba. When she still had that ‘cute’ side.

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    11. Wonder Woman was 1940’s propoganda. I’m still wondering about women!

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    12. Apparently Lynda Carter a bit of an alcoholic… not that that’s bad… let’s say problem drinker… also not necessarily all that bad… More like she can’t hold her liquor… that’s just plain great!

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    13. @dieAntagonista:
      How can it not be well known? It was used as the second generic bad guy on Power Rangers. Everyone watched that, right?

      @CathyLong:
      No. Not really.

      OT: I used to find this woman sexy.

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    14. @etiii: Wonder Woman was created by the inventor the lie detector, and was mostly a bondage comic.

      That’s some weird propaganda.

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    15. @HoChunk: 1/2 Irish 1/2 Mexican

      All woman. Still hot as hell.

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    16. Oh yeah, and a good singer to boot.

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    17. @RSIxidor: Hmm, are we talking about the same kind of Tengu?

      Is this the one you meant: de.prwiki.info/images/d/da/Film_Tengu.jpg

      Because if yes, that’s not a real Tengu. Here’s an explanation by my friend:

      Tengus are not from guild wars. Tengu (“heavenly dogs”) are a class of supernatural creatures found in Japanese folklore, art, theatre, and literature. They are one of the best known (monster-spirits) and are sometimes worshipped as Shinto kami (revered spirits or gods). Although they take their name from a dog-like Chinese demon, the tengu were originally thought to take the forms of birds of prey, and they are traditionally depicted with both human and avian characteristics. The earliest tengu were pictured with beaks, but this feature has often been humanized as an unnaturally long nose, which today is practically the tengu’s defining characteristic in the popular imagination.

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    18. Alright, that’s what he told me, but apparently it’s from Wikipedia.

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    19. @dieAntagonista:
      Those look like avian/human demons to me.

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    20. now that i’m older i finaly realise how cheesy the fighting is, anyhow tengu fighter suck birds ass. www.youtube.com/watch?v=IH09A6eF77g

      real facts: The legendary Tengu is a powerful warrior symbol and is the mark of Tengu Weapons. Tengu were known to be skilled warriors possessing extraordinary abilities in sword fighting and weapon smithing and sometimes served as mentors in the art of war and strategy. Legend says that one of the great swordsmen of Japanese history, Minamoto-no-Yoshitsune, came to learn his skills in the martial arts from the Tengu king.

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    21. She is still smoking hot too. I love Lynda Carter.

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    22. Along with Carrie Fisher and Diana Rigg, this woman is someone I realize is now older than dirt, but still is considered universally sexy. Up-to-date pictures? La-la-la not listening! This woman is forever more sexy and don’t you try to ruin my childhood fantasy.

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    23. i wanted her to use her magic lasso on me and make me do what i truely wanted to do to her…

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    24. Sweet… Lynda Carter… The original Wonder Woman… She was quite wonderful… 😀

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