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Right, she was the only girl, by purpose to fund her personality, so figured as much. Sally by the early issues, if her pink fur and black hair wasn't hitting, I feel was probably meant to be mostly feminine with a tad of mannish and brute characteristics, but that's for the sake of (kino)
puns and such. It's only were we eating off serious stories, that Sally alleviated her temper off and turned into a tomboy per requirement (and was becoming moreso of a sex doll for teenage boys to chase after her by none other than Penders).
Although, still, she hoarded up some femininity for good measure as, of course, she's a woman. That's best visualized when she's seduced by Sonic, or when she spoke about what's her ideal boyfriend, or really in the years beyond 125# with her let go hair my favorite Sally design mind you
.>they weren't like inseparable gal pals.
Oh, when I spoke about them as "besties", this page was in my mind. I'm pretty firm I could spot on few and here tidbits of Sally and Bunnie being as intending best friends to each other.>with Bunnie being more feminine.
Oh, yeah. Bunnie's not a tomboy in the slightest, or better said, she's the antonym of Sally: overly feminine and dreaming of being a house wife, more playful and exciting than Sally usually is. I'd regard that sort of fuels further their friendship between them. After all, a woman had to LEARN loving herself along her mechanized limbs. >>128366876
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Oh, thank you. This is a clever guiding map, though I would perhaps switch off between Sally's and Blaze's roles. I find the latter to be rather the most "manliest" of the girls.