Hello true subscribers, it’s your pals at the BUTTBUDDZ here with a new article straight from Buttbuddz HQ. This article is yet another one on the very popular Mahou Shojo show “Pretty Cure” which, as happens once a year, has recently started a new series, named “Star☆Twinkle Precure”, and while only one episode has aired so far, we at the BUTTBUDDZ has already cracked the code and we have figured out what the show is all about, so we present our analysis.
The first point of interest of any subscribers watching the first episode, is when our main character Hikaru first goes to space in the first episode. One of the first things she sees (and also the audience sees) is a stream of space FISH, and they look quite friendly too (unlike those vile brute fish in Ratboy Genius). This of course represents the fact that FISH are universal and without FISH there can be no UNIVERSE.
The next point of interest of this episode, happens around half-way through the episode when our second protaganist, Lala, is introduced, who is an alien girl who Hikaru meets, however to most brutes there is nothing more to it than that. However with an PHD in funny youtube video, I can reveal there is more to it than that.
Alright so you might think theres nothing special going on here, however I want you to pay attention to her hair ornaments. If your eye is untrained you might think it’s just an heart on them, however if you inspect them closely you will see they feature the colors of Pepsi, and from many angles they resemble a Pepsi logo. This is no coincidence, because these hair ornaments represent love for refreshing Pepsi. The fact that these symbols of Pepsi are on a alien also means that Pepsi is drinken by thirsty individuals all over the universe, perhaps sugguesting that eventually in this series of Precure they will visit the Pepsi galaxy? Time will tell but yeah thanks for reading my article please subscribe to my youtube and also bookmark my webpage and don’t forget to print out this article on your game boy printer and give it to all your friends, thanks.