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” wondered one viewer on Tumblr, who declared the video “creepy.” The confusion shouldn’t be surprising.While Pharrell’s breezy tune is steeped in the idioms of American hip-hop and dance culture, the video for “It Girl” comes from the world of Japanese —obsessive fans of anime, manga, and video games.

And Sally played the supportive lover in spades, encouraging her Sweet Babboo Linus’ piano playing, philosophical beliefs (even if they were slightly misguided), and even enduring his reliance on a security blanket.The character designer for a cartoon is drawing a woman.For whatever reason, they want her to look more *ahem* "mature" than the average female in this series.But the cartoonist won't be giving this character big or even medium-sized breasts. This animated woman will usually have a small bustline, a very narrow waist, narrow shoulders and very large hips and buttocks.Often they can't because large breasts and an hourglass figure aren't considered to be family-oriented and their cartoon is in the Animation Age Ghetto, where big breasts can't get past Network Standards and Practices. If you aren't using big breasts, how do you make a character look female? Regardless of the width of the character's waist and hips it's important that her waist look exaggeratedly small relative to her hips.

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