>>419605 They were clearly sexual. It's more appropriate to place them in the pre-existing thread dedicated to sexualising the show's characters. It makes the content easier to find if that's what you are looking for. (protip: the least lewd of the two you posted was already on /pco/ near the top of the thread, along with the other picture in that set) This isn't like old 4chan /co/ where there wasn't a good place to put western lewd so they push the rules of the blue board. We've always had a board for it (more active than this one) and should be used.
>>420269 I don't mean here. I mean the giant number of fanart I have come across (while not even looking for it) and the oftentimes creepy weird fans who push their fan theories down your throat even in unrelated topic. Trust me I had my fair share of experiences... >>420270 Isn't she... kinda underage for that? I mean she is a robot sure but still...
>>420380 Plasma was a serious contender, but it had limitations (panels had to be large in size) and it was expensive (required huge glass panels to hold the plasma in, which also made them heavy), and it used a lot of power.
LCDs were just cheaper to mass produce, despite being the worst possible display technology out of plasma, SED, FED, and LED. By the way, nothing came out of any of those either, beyond using LED backlights for LCD. Only nowadays do we get OLED TVs, and they are ultra expensive and suffer from bad pixels like early LCDs did.
>>420437 >This looks more like it belongs to /pco (btw, what does that acronym mean?) Porn comics. Also, PROMOTIONS: an old meme where someone browsed porn on 4chan while at work, and got fired for it - then the next poster mentioned that he got promoted, implying that he worked at the same place and got the fired persons job. Therefore, porn on worksafe boards = promotions.
And no, just because a picture is suggestive, does not mean it automatically belongs in /pco/. Plus4chan used to not have any restrictions on this at all (all boards used to be blue and yet allow porn), and right now we specifically have NSFW buttons on blue boards to make them more "work safe". Moreover, a thread about a show which is liked predominantly for its female lead will inevitably end up having suggestive images (which by themselves may not be NSFW to begin with).
As long as it is not an outright porn dump, there's no reason for it to be belong in /pco/.
>>420450 This is the true answer, although it is easy to mistake it for 'porn comics', which is on a few popular imageboards.
>>420437 I've already removed a few blatantly pornographic posts from this thread into /pco/, but like Black Hand said, suggestive images are fine here as well. Imageboards are usually less strict about borderline content than most forums.
>>420450 Ah so that's why promotions, lol! Good one! Anyone stupid enough to browse for porn at work deserves to be "promoted" like that. Heck , I never even check /co from work. Why porn comics, though? What's posted there is mostly not comics.
>>420506 I felt they were purely pornographic/sexual in intent, and many were already posted in the /pco/ thread. As such, I removed them and gave reasons why I thought that was appropriate. However I will leave /pco/-like images up in the future if you would prefer more relaxed moderation. >>420522 >>420528 Of course, yes, checking at work can be a bad idea. SFW rarely means you should view it at work, it's more of a loose rating to say whether it has potentially obscene content. 'Porn comics' is likely to mean 'porn' & '/co/' (porn comics and cartoons), meaning porn of comics rather than porn comics.
>>420827 WUT... a crossover with a long defunct show? So this means Jenny's world is the same as the Steven Universe one? I frankly stopped watching it a while ago after they made peace with all the Diamonds. I am not sure if it is gonna even continue... what is left there for them to do?
>>420829 >So this means Jenny's world is the same as the Steven Universe one? I suppose the Flintstone's world is the same as the WWE franchises' world? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flintstones_%26_WWE:_Stone_Age_SmackDown!
>>422938 Born too early for robot sex wives, doubly so for seeing robots become sapient beings recognized as part of society deserving of rights and serious social debates on the like of age of consent or their culpability.
Bah. Might as well be naked in a bush throwing shit at anything that ventures close, practically a subhuman.