Types: Filk, Ping, Parody, Humor
In response to popular demand...

_Sony Girl_ (Aqua's _Barbie Girl_)

Hi there, Ping-chan.
Hi, Snake!
You wanna go play a game?
Sure, Snake!
Plug in!

{A}
I'm a Sony Girl
in a Mega world
life in plastic,
it's fantastic...
{/A}

{B}
You can't touch me there
H models are still rare;
I'm a creation,
use your imagination...
{/B}

Fine then, Ping-chan, let's get gaming.

[A] [B]

I'm a pink-haired girl,
for your fantasy world,
buy me clothes, pick 'em right,
I'll be kawaii.

You're a Doll, got no soul,
but you're a glamour in pink --
tell me this, tell me why
you like Piro.

He can draw
He can play
ren'ai games
he rocks my world

[A] [B]

Come on, Ping-chan, what's the story?

(He) lets me walk,
lets me talk,
do whatever I please:
I can act like a star,
I can drink anti-freeze.

Come over here, Sony friend,
let's try that again;
tell me true -- fool around,
I'll get angry.

{C}
You can't touch
Piro-kun
if you say
things like that
{/C}

[C]
Come on, Ping-chan, what's the story?
[A] [B] [A] [B]
Come on, Ping-chan, what's the story?

Wai~~~! I hope you had fun!
Damn it, Ping, I was just getting started!
Oh, Snake, I know.

-_Quinn

[So the question is: is Snake or Ping-chan more out of character in this one? :)]
fibres we used were very strong, but of the highest quality. She'll never get a split end, but to touch it, you'd never know it wasn't real hair

...

"Itai..." She drags impatiently at a knot, wincing more immersive if she reacts as though she can truly feel pain, and of course, there are those in our audience who are paying specifically for such a feature "<Hurry up,>" she admonishes her hair, "<I have to get to school!>"

...

hearing far more precise than a person's; the EDS is designed to pick up all she can about the owner's personality and incorporate it into her program

"So much like a real girl, isn't she?"

she chooses to do with it, however, it up to her. The 'Ping' model has the most advanced AI we have ever designed, capable of she pauses a moment, watching the door.

"<Real...?>"

A few seconds tick by.

emotional range easily equal to a human's. I know many would argue they are not 'real' emotions, but once you have achieved the point we have, who can say what is

...

She starts. "<Wah! I don't have time to think! I'm going to be late!>"

many ways, more than human; certainly, when she chooses, in strength and speed, though in as many situations as posible she will attempt to behave like a real

...

there I go using that term again

...

can detect facial expressions with astonishing sensitivity and react accordingly; her job is to please ... eyes feature pupils that dilate realistically, and a gaze that's pretty hard to resist, if I do say so

"Wha... Who's there?"
"<Piro-kun?>"
"<Ping?>" Glasses fumbled. "<What time is it?>"
Rustling as she approaches.
Like a lost child...
"<Ping...?>"
"<Piro-kun... Am I real?>"

last for several days as long as she doesn't exert herself too hard; after all, there is no 'pause' or 'power off' feature in real

...
...
(This doesn't really have the oomph of Garran's original, nor is it intended to; I just couldn't resist, in the style of the Necrowombicon, adding to the developers' diary...)

fibres we used were very strong, but of the highest quality. She'll never get a split end, but to touch it, you'd never know it wasn't real hair

Simulations indicate that in 'full Leia mode,' the fibres will deflect a 9mm bullet...

more immersive if she reacts as though she can truly feel pain, and of course, there are those in our audience who are paying specifically for such a feature

It's rather curious; market studies indicate that simple torture is relatively uninteresting to the consumer -- presumably jaded by the work already available -- that it's emotional pain of one sort or another that would command the highest margin.

emotional range easily equal to a human's. I know many would argue they are not 'real' emotions, but once you have achieved the point we have, who can say what is

Real? How am I certain that you feel? We have reams of biometric data whose analysis has led to the EDS; in all but two ways, one of them in the infared, and thus invisible to the naked eye, the... cybermetric data from a Doll is indistinguishable from your own. (Except that hers is a lot cuter. )

can detect facial expressions with astonishing sensitivity and react accordingly; her job is to please ... eyes feature pupils that dilate realistically, and a gaze that's pretty hard to resist, if I do say so [myself...]

Of course you do. We all do; we had to test her on someone. It was Chairman Ohga that she had to charm; and she did.

The only worry I have is about the programmers putting in 'Easter Eggs'...

-_Quinn

[Edit formatting, change bullet caliber to millimeters. (Silly metric system!)]

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