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Several generations of cartoonist have standardized certain ways of indicating certain concepts. For example, imagine a toaster. By itself, a toaster has no intrinsic personality or characteristics, but if you want to make it a boy toaster, you put a baseball cap on it. To make a girl toaster, put pigtails. A sexy toaster has long eyelashes, while a smelly toaster buzzes with flies.
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