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Discussion in 'Cafe toonzone' started by defunctzombie, Dec 9, 2010.
I felt like changing it to my PPG OC, Berry.
I just changed to this avatar yesterday. I went with this one because I'm a fan of the Mario series, and Rosalina is my favorite Mario character.
It's Neil from The Young Ones, from the title sequence of the episode "Nasty." It will remain through Halloween.
Not too far after I changed my avatar again, however, this is only for today. This time I use my favorite twins in media Lola and Lana due to today being me and my brother's birthday and Lola and Lana wearing party hats makes for a good BD avatar.
It's Halloween so I changed my icon.
I recently listened to the soundtrack to The Lion King and I was reminded about how much I love the African influence. I decided to change to this cute picture of baby Simba.
I switched my avatar to the normal version of my persona because Halloween's over.
No longer Halloween is my similar reason and right now I just feel like Avengers Earth Mightiest Heroes Bruce Banner made a good decision as an avatar.
My third Spirou avatar. I figured that if I change my avatar so often, I might as well use the same characters as usual so people know it's me
"FANTASIO MAGAZINE! FANTASIO MAGAZINE! FANTASIO MAGAZINE!"
I really liked the Unikitty sneak peek and I can’t wait for the official premiere.
I haven't updated my avatar in a while, so I decided to do with Sonic Youth's Sister. It's this release when the band started to fully embrace more traditional songwriting, while still containing enough of the band's earlier tricks to make it an alt classic. And probably their best album at the time.
I also find the use of "The" to be an amusing side decision, since they've never gone by The Sonic Youth.
Polly Esther from Samurai Pizza Cats, because I recently started rewatching it
I only recently changed my icon, but I decided to do it again, since I've been in a jazz kick lately. Go by Dexter Gordon is among the most revered albums in all of jazz, and for good reason. I don't really know how else to talk about this kind of music, other than it's smooth and exciting as all hell.
It's Christmas time, and Hey Arnold is coming back.
I got my icon from a mobile game called Badlands. It's really fun and rather calm.
I was really putting off these last few days an avatar for the holidays, and I couldn't think of an avatar until I found one that once again featured Lola and Lana and once I saw this I knew it would be a fitting avatar.
With Harvey Beaks ending this week, I decided to change my avatar to him. Might just have it for this week unless there isn't anything in next week's Unikitty episodes that I want to use for my avatar.
With Christmas time being over I decided to switch my avatar to a character called Adrian from Cybersix, since It was around this time last year I watched the series and I decided to stick with Adrian as a result.
With the Animaniacs Reboot officially announced, I decided to change my profile pic from Eek! The Cat to Yakko Warner. I still love Eek!, but the news of the Animaniacs Reboot has me hyped. Animaniacs is easily in my top 5 cartoons of all time
This time I went for Angel Dust by Faith No More. While it's considered a bit of a failed follow-up stateside, this is arguably their most popular album outside of the US (although I believe that Album of the Year was even more successful in Australia).
After the success of The Real Thing, primarily "Epic", along with new singer Mike Patton's other group Mr. Bungle catching on in a smaller scale, the band were pressured to retain much of what made that album such a hit. But while there's still elements of rap and funk added in, this album goes in a heavier and more uncomfortable direction, in no small part due to Patton's increased involvement with songwriting. He also gives some of the best performances of the album, with his piercing howl standing out in numerous tracks. The rest of the band gives him great pieces to work with, as they all sync in.
This isn't actually my favorite of FNM's (I prefer their follow-up, even though the departure of guitarist Jim Martin still has fans divided), but there's no denying its impact. It's a great continuation of their legacy.