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Kirby was a little nervous (AKA Kirby was panicking) as he drove up to her parent's home in Tulsa, OK on that hot day in June.Aside from almost running out of gas, the trip was a good time for him to reflect on his thoughts to make sure it went perfectly.American culture, to the contrary, is very accepting of manliness.In a hard contrast to the Japanese, Americans often view cuteness as a sign of childishness and immaturity, and thus has a strong aversion to it in any media that's not explicitly kid-oriented. This theory has helped nothing in the progress of science.It is useless," says Professor Louis Bouroune, former President of the Biological Society of Strasbourg and Director of the Strasbourg Zoological Museum, later Director of Research at the French National Centre of Scientific Research, as quoted in The Advocate, March 8, 1984.It can also mean that a game with cute art direction may hide a heart of blackened steel underneath that gamers might miss out on.
He visited the Deer Park Jewelry Factory several times over the next few months while he was custom designing the perfect engagement ring to give Claire. She thought they were just going there to celebrate his 25, Kirby brought Claire up to Washington Artillery Park overlooking Jackson Square in the middle of New Orleans and as he dropped to one knee he said, "You make me the happiest man on earth. And in an extra bonus, if ever the game is brought out to Europe, expect the artwork cover to be more artistic than usual regardless of whether or not the buyer can make sense of the artwork.This trope is one reason why has a separate tag for box shots, since sometimes it just happens that the box art of the games differs.This attitude goes so far as to color American perceptions of Japanese culture; some historians have occasionally (and controversially) attempted to link to the national humiliation endured by Japan in World War II and the nation's resulting 180° turn from a warrior culture to a pacifistic one.And speaking of color: in modern Japan, pink is a value-neutral color. In the US, bright pink tends to be associated with young or adolescent girls, so expect a toning-down of any ostentatiously pink cover images (and gas stations).