Paperbeatsscissors' 'Droid Feelings' Serves Up Some Android Hilarity

By: Jason Soy - Published: Jun 22, 2011 • References: paperbeatsscissors.blogspot & paperbeatsscissors.deviantart
In this 'Droid Feelings' collection of emotionally open androids by graphic designer Paperbeatsscissors, robots seem to have feelings too.

The first time I ever thought about robots having feelings was when I listened to Daft Punk’s ‘Something About Us,' in which a robotic voice confesses his love, but never have I been considerate of little R2D2’s feelings until now. The clever 'Droid Feelings' collection by Paperbeatsscissors features various Star Wars robots professing their woes, and though I shouldn’t laugh at other people’s problems, these things are pretty funny. C-3P0 feels an overwhelming sensation that no one takes him seriously while battle droids can’t help but feel as though they’re too much like everyone else. Stats for Emotionally Open Robots Trending: Older & Average
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