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The Problem With Maiko by Booter-Freak The Problem With Maiko by Booter-Freak
A lot of Avatar fans have a rather intense dislike of fact, I don't think I've seen another couple take so much heat! So, using my patented Booter Logic, I decided to delve into the reasons WHY(constant face sucking aside). However, my logic must have had an off day, judging from the grade it got. :/

But ya gotta admit, guys who act like Mai DO get a love of love. Which is maybe why MAO is a good idea...[link]

Now, before you jump down my throat with Reasons Why Booter Is Wrong And Ignorant For Making This, let me just nip that in the bud. I am not promoting ANY sort of shipping, and this thing is a SPOOF. So if you're actually looking for a well-researched and thought out debate starter, look somewhere else.

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cytez-kaimee Featured By Owner 3 days ago
omg, i spent too much time laughing at this
MermaidMaddie Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014
i'm just sitting on my bed dying with my mouth open ASDFGHJKL IUEJFBJKBVIOERJFNVLNEKFBN EFL
send halp
TartPixie Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2014  Hobbyist
But don't cold attitude+sarcastic wit+cold exterior+girl also equal Toph? (At least in the beginning) Arguably the most popular Avatar character? The only reason Mai bugged me was that she didn't seem to have emotions, which is hard to relate to for me. (I don't like that archetype much in general.) What bugs me (but just a little) about Maiko is that they sometimes accentuate each other's flaws, instead of making each other better. I see what you mean about this, but at the same time, I want to point out some other things that could be involved in the Maiko hate dump.
th3LOMBAX Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist
Toph wasn't didn't have a cold, deadpan exterior or attitude at all, though. She was a rough-around-the-edges free spirit who goofed around with Aang and Sokka and even made frequent jokes about her own blindness.
themanchan Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014
How about we accept that the show made it that way
thelastairbender20 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
Good this you got a D-. *sarcastic laugh*
DaedalusDaVinci Featured By Owner May 8, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
YOU HAVE GOTTEN TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS MYSTERY. Slash is the answer to everything. XD
FrancescaROTG Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2014
Actually I don't hate Mai, but I don't think that diagram was right. I don't think that is a gender problem. 
Hatori and Snape aren't the same. They actually are very different characters. Characters are more than just "sarcastic, cold, sour". In every character there are different shades and those made them like they are. Furthermore... Hatori, Snape, Zuko (and others)... they share a tragic past where Mai don't...
Piss-kun Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
So, a tragic past change everything? Or are you saying that a tragic past excuse every flaw in a character?
I'm just saying that people love tragic characters...
Cold exterior is most tasteful when it is dressed with a tragic past. Many people LOATHED Snape before of the last book, however.
Look Homura Akemi (Madoka Magica)... she has sour attitude, cold exterior... and she is a fan favourite...
And Ren (Elemental Gerad)?
And Daria Morgendorffer? (she not even has a tragic past, and she is popular enough)
And Katniss Everdeen? (in a way)
Actually in the fictional universe there are MANY female characters sarcastic and cold, and they aren't all hated.
If Mai isn't popular, then:
a) Actually isn't because her attitude, but 'cause Zutara
b) In her specific case, that combination didn't turn out to be charming for most of people
Deal with it. It happens...
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