Oh boy, you tried to put on the big boy pants, too bad you're a skinny bitch so they don't fit, so let me help you with that. You see, when you completely ignore both context and intent, you are stepping away from the logic used to compose the statement, therefore no valid position can be formed surrounding said statement! You're just abusing semantics, which is no way to actually win an argument. In this instance, taking the statement to its logical extreme divorces it entirely from its original meaning in a pathetic attempt to instantaneously win any potential arguments that may arise by creating an unassailable position, but as I mentioned prior, this is not actually possible due to the method used. Succrates deez nuts.>>103226886>I don't know how I could've missed it.
Because each episode is, for the most part, visually consistent, scene by scene, which is what matters most. The obsession with being "on model" is but one opinion among many regarding animation, and for a children's cartoon show on a budget, there's little reason to give this much of a shit. It's not like the show would suddenly be better if everyone was always the same height and had the same proportions from episode to episode.