drpepperfan Mar 19, 2017 12:47AM
Genderswap of Robinson Crusoe :o
Norainhere Mar 19, 2017 12:56AM
Anything is possible when it comes to yuri!
Guardian of the Lilies Mar 19, 2017 4:48AM
Next you're going to tell me there is a gender swap of Tom Sawyer, and I'd be really surprised if that happened.
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Norainhere Mar 19, 2017 4:56AM
^I haven't seen one, but there is a picture of Darjeeling x Assam by someone called Tom Sawyer
Mimiyaah Mar 19, 2017 7:08AM
That's a good looking sharp knife you got there~( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
DarkLordofYuri Mar 19, 2017 9:58AM
I like this ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Minutoh Mar 19, 2017 11:51AM
I would definitely read Robinson Crusoe if it had yuri in it... I probably should read it anyway but, eh... I had no idea that there was even anyone else on the island with him (assuming that's not something added to this pic), so that should tell you how little I know about this thing.
elevown Mar 19, 2017 12:56PM
So - Robin and girl Friday?
Is this just a one off pic or is it from a doujin or fanfic or anything?
I can just imagine the setting.. 1700's ?
Rich, sheltered sweet noble girl, only survivor of shipwreck, washes up on deserted island. Has no idea how to look after herself - get food or water on an island - even back in Europe she was always taken care of - but thankfully a native girl from a near by island who was out in her fishing boat was blown miles out to sea and washed up here too by the same storm.
The native girl gradually teaches her how to survive and they learn each others languages and grow close over time. She is from a tribe that has same sex marriages and she likes girls, rapidly becoming infatuated with this blonde Goddess (they are all dark haired).
Robin is not a yuri girl, (except that tiny spark buried deep) but Friday is all over her and very persistent and over months and months gradually 'converts' her to the yuri side :)
After 2 years and now very much in love, they have nearly finished preparing to leave the island. They have built a big enough boat to make the few week trip to Friday's island, with enough food and water on board - but just before they set out, a ship from Europe arrives - hired by Robins rich parents to find her.
At first she is very happy, but then given how the crew treat Friday, and a letter from her parents going on about arranged marriage and her duties once she returns, she realizes what returning to Europe will cost her.. So in the middle of the night they slip away and sail off in their boat for Fridays Island, never to be heard from again.
Err, something like that lol :)
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Ropponmatsu Mar 19, 2017 1:15PM
It's all fun and games, until she tries to eat someone's heart.
KireusG Mar 19, 2017 4:29PM
I never expected something like that. Amazing!
Malibu Mar 19, 2017 8:09PM
Mein gorgeous island vixens
Licksdat Mar 20, 2017 12:02AM
Man, was really hoping this was really how John Smith met Pocahontas.. guess not.
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Orochi5 Mar 20, 2017 6:03AM
Lol Ok first off tru @Ropponmatsu and secondly......who the fuck is Friday??? (￣.￣;)
Ropponmatsu Mar 20, 2017 9:57AM
Friday is a cannibal, from one of two warring tribes that live on nearby islands. IIRC, he has been captured by the other tribe, and Crusoe kills the captors to save him. To show his gratitude, Friday carves out the heart of one of the men, and offers it to Crusoe, who is horrified and refuses it, so Friday eats it himself.
It was many years since I read the book, so it might not be 100% accurate, but it's the gist of their meeting and the circumstances. "Friday" is what Crusoe calls the man, for reasons I don't remember.
elevown Mar 20, 2017 12:09PM
Friday is the other person on the island with robinson crusoe - the only other significant character - ofcourse the darker aspects like cannibalism are usually not found in the various family film versions, just the book.
And since this is yurified robinson crusoe the native girl must be meant to be Friday - I seriously doubt this version is a cannibal either :)
Well - she might eat 'Robin' - but not in THAT sense ;)
yuikumari Mar 20, 2017 2:54PM
surviving the wild with a pretty girl < 3
Purple Library Guy Mar 21, 2017 6:28PM
@Ropponmatsu -- are you sure that was the actual original? I had to read the book and I don't remember anything nearly that interesting happening in it. I don't actually remember Crusoe having any dealings with the presumed cannibals other than hiding from them like crazy. He had this ingenious concealed, inaccessible house and stuff. The book also spent huge amounts of space giving blow-by-blow accounts of all the tools, nails, boards, yadda, yadda, and yadda that Crusoe salvaged from the shipwreck. Literal boatloads of crap itemized in excruciating detail.
God it was boring. I'm sure a yuri version would be much, much better.
Nezchan Mar 21, 2017 6:47PM
Ropponmatsu Mar 21, 2017 7:20PM
I don't remember the exact chain of events, but it was something like that, lol. It was over 15 years since I read it, so it's been a while... x)
IzzyLebasi Mar 22, 2017 9:23PM
@elevown Loved reading that! Yayy, Yuri!