(sweatdropping, then clearing throat) Oh, boy. Danger for Ash and Dawn might not even be an issue for yours truly, judging from my past reflections on these two trainers throughout their Sinnoh journey. Anyone who’s curious can simply refer to Team Galactic and Pokémon Hunter J for tips on exactly what I mean, but at any rate, the fact that Ash and Dawn’s romantic friendship provided as stark a contrast as it did to the former’s world-ending agenda and the latter’s ruthlessness will forever stand out in terms of shaping my view of Pearlshipping as a whole. Back with the journey itself, Ash and Dawn have been quite happy with and confident in each other to be willing to introduce the other to their own separate thoughts and experiences, in the sense of exchanging styles of battling, starting in Jubilife City, I believe. I’m certain that if Dawn made the decision to give Ash a kiss on the cheek, then she’d confuse him at first before the two of them smiled innocently at each other and resumed their usual activities. Even now, I’m recalling a different thought experiment throughout last week… with results that made me think back to a few comparisons I saw earlier in this thread. It may be illuminative that these thoughts would point me to this idea.:
What do you think would be Ash and Dawn’s idea of a good vacation?
Babylon 5, Codename: Kids Next Door, 24, and now, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I am many things at once, and many people might have different opinions about little, old me. If freedom is my main idea, then harmony, individuality, and modernization are the three attributes I now sense and track. Those three attributes and that idea combined to make the United States of America a great global superpower and Pearlshipping and Wishfulshipping great Pokémon couples, and now, they've combined to make those four shows truly great television programs to me. I will enjoy enthusiastically supporting the Equestrian ponies' adventures for peace, for humankind, for the future.