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Although I don't know about how practical it is for me — a total klutz to wear white!

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Hide Up. Forum Settings Forums. Anime Discussion. Recent Watched Ignored Search Forum. This has been on my mind recently, but I'm starting to feel these are pretty becoming the same for some people. Like a character like Yui K-ON! As opposed to someone like Lala TLR whose an airhead, but isn't one. Is there a way to tell what is what?

Untitled — ‘shinobu-san thinks that giyuu is an airhead

She's called a moeblob because she's ultra cute and called an airhead because she's stupid. I compare moeblobs to marshmallows: they're fluffy, squishy, and only come in sweet flavors.

At least, from what I've seen. Blog Profile GraphAnimePlus.

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I always thought moeblob stood for the artstyle they use in K-ON and similar shows? I mean their faces do kind of look like a slimeblob or jellyfish or some sort of marschmallow with this impossible face physics to make them look cute. Moeblobs are more Easy one: Asahina Mikuru.

It means "any female character I don't like" or "any female character less badass and independent than Revy from Black Lagoon. But isn't this a moeblob too? Well that's, like, your preference, man. And yeah, imo moeblob just refers to the eyes and the mouth if they are being drawed as though they look like a mass of fluffy-glossy-cutie-like blobs. Moeblob, Its like a cotton candy, sweet but lack of substance.

They had no role in show but to act cute or moe. They often comes as two dimensional character, their personality remain unchanged throughout the story. They would not develop depth, or grow as a character, a static individual who will always moe at all times. It is what differs them from 'normal' moe that gains the attention through character growth or plot engine like: break the cutie. Of course you will find that Airhead and Clumsy as a common trait to moeblobs or even moe in general, since it is easier to draw emotional feedback from a character weakness or naivete.

Near as I can tell, the term "Moeblob" started as a derogatory term for a fairly specific style of character de see: K-on that many find to be cute, in a stuffed animal sort of way. Somehow, it now appears to have expanded to cute characters that do nothing other than be cute. Now, because being klutzy is often seen as cute, it's hardly uncommon for Moeblob characters under both definitions to be such. However, trying to equate one to the other is like suggesting that all cars with a back seat have 4 doors.

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It just isn't so. So it does not equal anything, not even ditsy or cute characters or anything else like that. However, moeblob is typically used as mentioned by a few above - to mean a vapid character within a show. Not their personality or other traits about them, just that they are, as a character, pointless aside 'being moe'.

But this doesn't apply in many cases which, in those cases, just refer to the above "girl I don't like" explanation. ErwinJA said: Near as I can tell, the term "Moeblob" started as a derogatory term for a fairly specific style of character de see: K-on that many find to be cute, in a stuffed animal sort of way. Yui's from a moeblob anime, so that's why.

TallonKarrde23 said TallonKarrde23 said: baki said: TallonKarrde23 said Anyone can be a moeblob Moeblob could very perfectly be used to describe a trait of a character, but since the word has been filled with negative connotations its use only reflects hate against the character in question. Airhead just means stupid or slow. Any character whose primary trait is to act cute.

Bayek Offline ed: Dec Posts: Shocked Offline ed: Jan Posts: Zalis Offline ed: Jun Posts: BBCode The most important things in life is the people that you care about. I think the moeblob originates from the concept of the character personality more than appearance. I remember they established the concept even before the Lucky Star era aroundwhere they gained prominent usage post Haruhi Asahina Mikuru. Interestingly this is where KyoAni start to develop it's form of Moe. HA Story! Did you just mention story in connection with K-ON?

"moeblob" = airhead/clutz?

Would you know if K-ON had story? I don't see it on your list at all, not even that you attempted to watch it a little. I almost never put dropped shows on my list, I dont see why to bother, but I did watch about 10 episodes of it, and if by then the story didnt kick in, then well its bad anyway Edit: Put it on my List just for you darling.

Really many users should stop pandering about the list, the list doesnt say anything, I could just put shows that I havent watched on there and that doesnt make me more experienced or better. And I am not one of theese to show off with my list, the only reason I did it is to have an overview of what I have watched cause I started to forgett the shows I watched so much that I started to watch them again not knowing I did so, but I always noticed about 3 episodes in and realised I just wasted 1 What did airhead klutz look for of my life, cause I never rewatch shows.

If I didnt know any better I would salute you now for starting this in the other thread and continuing it here, just to be able to post this message and "ruse" me, but I am pretty sure you just did this right now on a whim. Still at least this time you showed some humor :. Fui Offline ed: Mar Posts: I was like you once. Don't worry. In time, you'll learn the story value behind K-On! Even when I had hated K-On! They claimed her as a studious person without any knowledge of practical stuff, which though true to some extent, is not enough justification to label her an airhead.

She's naive and sensitive, not stupid, you retards.

You are the airhe, not her. Anyway, much like what TallonKarrde23 has stated - a moeblob in the broadest sense is usually used on characters that have no point to their existence beyond the portrayal of moe But moe often has connotation with 'good feeling,' so let's go with that: a moeblob is a character who exists to bring good feelings to the hearts of many.

What the Hell's wrong with that?! What are you, a sociopath?! The reason why I didn't like the usage of moeblob on Mio was because it often carried a negative context with it. People were using the term to insult Mio as a character, when there is much depth to be found beyond your shortsightedness, oh arrogant humans.

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There is depth to be found in many anime! Nothing is shallow except for yourself!

So yes, I find it pretty derogatory to say that Mio is a moeblob. Enough with the hostility!

God, you K-On! Mio is not a moeblob the way the negative majority defines the term. She's not even a true moeblob amongst the positive majority; she has a reason for existing beyond being a 'moe.

What did the airhead klutz look for when he first went waterskiing?

Studies are not everything, and Ritsu is an exemplification of wisdom in the youth, more capable of grasping the more important values like friendship and trust, not just studies. That said, it's not fair to say that Mio is a dumb fool - she merely has her focus on more practical stuff as a pragmatist.

Nothing wrong with that. She even plays a crucial role in taking charge when necessary. She's caring and kind-hearted, and I hate every single person out there who wants to get a piece of her. Same reason why I hate Sayaka-haters.

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