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Old 11-21-2009, 06:13 PM   #187
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Re: Naruto's Homosexuality

[QUOTE=Miburo;1770548]It's not in my mod job description to not call stupid shit stupid. Don't like it? Too bad. Cry moar.



The act of breeding doesn't have anything to do with the plot of Naruto. Bloodlines and ancestors and whatnot play a role. But seeking out breeding partners, Naruto having children, etc. doesn't at this point in the story. So it doesn't matter, and is completely irrelevant to the topic of discussion.

Speaking of which. Seriously. Final warning, guys. Stay on the topic regarding the logical and completely possible theory that has been presented in this thread regarding Naruto's homosexuality. I've told you all where you can go if you want to talk about other stuff. Go to either the debate section or the spam zone. I have no desire to hand out infractions, so cut the shit. I don't see what is so hard about discussing Tzu Men's extremely rational and totally plausible theory.[/QUOTE


Most Bloodlines and ancestors shown in this manga and kekke genkais are due to selective/clan breeding. It has played a role from the beginning of Naruto world up until now. who knew Goku would have kids and grand kids, but their Saiyan lineage played a role in Goku, and Vegeta's parents and their potential, down to their half human kids.
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