It was Lola
(Noir detective voice): I don’t know Mac. Lola could make you lust after a toon, but Roxanne...Roxanne could make you fall in love with one.
Nah, Lola was unreachable. There were many degrees of separation between the young boys watching and the adult bunny girl on screen.
Roxanne, though? She was just as shy, awkward, and relatable as Max. She was more of a person, y'know? Plus, that opening scene when she's looking directly at the camera made me blush as a kid.
@SimonPetrikov, I never associated Roxanne with animals, besides her nose she has almost no animalistic features.
@SimonPetrikov, nah, I shot for the stars and wanted Lola. Roxanne never did anything for me.
Lola had curves
@SimonPetrikov, true, true but i dont think furries are into the idea of love when indulging in their fetish. I would think lola would be much more helpful in the scene tht this furry would lay out
@SimonPetrikov, why are we forgetting Jessica Rabbit!?!?
@ALargeRacoon, She's a cartoon, not an animal.
@ptitty1231, Lola was queen
@brathosan, but she's a rabbit...
@ALargeRacoon, No, her species is "to on human", her last name is just rabbit.
Anybody else for Krystal from Star Fox?
@Slightly Used Spork, yes! I was obsessed with her!
@Slightly Used Spork, if your asking if I've aggressively fapped to fanart pics of her then yes.
She’s not bad
She’s just drawn that way.
Oh, you really think it started there?! HA HA HA HA! Silly 90s kids!
Cheetara from Thundercats.
Mine was probably Ariel from the little mermaid. Does that count?
@AussiePatrick, ooh, a sassy redhead! Nice!
I will admit Lola did peak my interest in that cartoons characters like that can be attractive but honestly..... judy hopps from zootopia is the right balance and those animators knew what they were doing....
@megamanx181x, Oh those animators knew exactly what they were doing, and unlike my genie, I'm not happy about it!
@SimonPetrikov, your not happy about it??
@SimonPetrikov, A genie with a dirty mind!
I thought it was sally acorn
What about Gidget? From Chip'n'Dale Rescue Rangers?
@Pastry Pirate, Nah she wasn't permiscuous enough. Now maybe if she was a trap...........
Slap it with IMDB truth: Space Jam was released November 15, 1996, and A Goofy Movie was released April 7, 1995.
@twenty8nine, I don’t think the argument is which came first. Just that the Goofy Movie girl didn’t contribute to furry beginnings nearly as much as Lola did.
@Berntley, Maybe I side with facts, since furries are one of the more embarrassing parts of popular culture.
@twenty8nine, Doesn’t really affect me, since I’m not a party to it.
@Berntley, It affects everybody when one of them decides to take a dump right in the middle of a highly trafficked walkway.
@twenty8nine, Did...that happen?
@twenty8nine, Oh yes, I remember being affected by that dump all the way over here outside of that hallway.
@Jdrawer, Gross. Yeah, don’t get me wrong, I’m not advocating for letting people go to work or school in fursuits or anything. Just not gonna tell people they aren’t allowed their weird ass fandoms or fetishes, so long as they conduct themselves in an acceptable manner, and with other consenting adults, thereby not affecting other people in any less than reasonable way.
For straight furries i would argue
It looks like her nose is a big gaping mouth... And now I can't unsee it...
who is the first one?
Am I the only one who thinks Roxanne’s nose is creepy?
The chick in animaniacs? (Not Tot, that’s just sick)
@Angry Rude Canadian, Her name is Dot and are you talking about the snowy squirrel girl?
@Gadget, my mistake, but yes, that girl
@Angry Rude Canadian, Minerva Mink. (I have a bunch of Animaniacs comics, so I just looked it up)
@Suicide Squad Sucks, there are comics?
@Angry Rude Canadian, Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain both had their own DC titles. They're a bit dated now, but still a fun way to whittle away a rainy afternoon.