Talk:Stuffwell

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Stuffwell is a "he", not an "it"[edit]

Stuffwell is a "he", not an "it". Since he was not known as an "it" but a "he", then it's considered as a speculation that he is an "it" and that he cannot be a "he". I cannot say he's a guy since I haven't heard him called a "guy". After all, have you known that most robots are boys and girls? Take Axem Rangers for example. But Stuffwell is different.--Prince Ludwig 16:50, 14 October 2011 (EDT)

It's not living. Therefore, it is an it. 'Nuff said. Mario & Luigi 16:52, 14 October 2011 (EDT)
It's speculation that he's an "it". The only place where Stuffwell is known as an "it" is here as far as I know. And more, it's speculation that Stuffwell is a thing rather than a "he" himself. Sorry, but it's like that. And he's perfect to be known as a "he".--Prince Ludwig 16:59, 14 October 2011 (EDT)
Unless you have a source that confirms it's gender than it is gender less saying other wise would be speculation Raven Effect (talk)
As Raven Effect said, calling Stuffwell would be akin to speculation on our part, as Nintendo has directly confirmed that Stuffwell is male. Even if it doesn't make real-world sense, Nintendo's word is key here. Bop1996 (Talk)
Nintendo.com says Stuffwell is a "he" right here. YoshiwakerTyranitar.png
I've played Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time three years ago in 2008 and I'm playing it again, on my computer of course because I don't have the game. And all the sites and this[1] consider Stuffwell as a "he" too, and that's right YoshiWaker and thank you. :)--Prince Ludwig 17:05, 14 October 2011 (EDT)

First off, calling something "it" cannot be speculation as everything is an "it". Secondly, yes, if nintendo.com says stuffwell is male, stuffwell is male. Marioguy1 (talk)

In the game, E. Gadd calls Stuffwell an it. Mario & Luigi

Oh, I see..humans are also an "it" too? Toads can easily be called a boy or girl, but they are "it" too? How come most of stuff are guys or girls? Even Axem Rangers are boys and girls. So Stuffwell was called an it too? Sorry, "he" wons. Wait, where have you seen E. Gadd calling Stuffwell an it?--Prince Ludwig 17:15, 14 October 2011 (EDT)

When E. Gadd asks if Stuffwell is helpful. Mario & Luigi 17:16, 14 October 2011 (EDT)

I think Marioguy's point about everything being an it just illustrates how anything can be referred to as gender indeterminate (like Slippy Toad, even though Nintendo clearly calls it a male...), at least in English, which is weird like that. I'm not positive whether Nintendo's website or Toadsworth takes priority here tho... Bop1996 (Talk)
Dang. I guess I just miss understood when he said "everything". But it still sounds wrong. "It" will be an insult to a human (us).--Prince Ludwig 17:27, 14 October 2011 (EDT)

Well Monita is not living but she is called her. So Stuffwell should be called a he.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mephiles321 (talk).

Rewrite[edit]

I think this page should be rewritten because it doesn't have much information on him. Fawful's Minion (talk)

I'll get to work on that. --WigglyWiggler (talk) 17:48, May 1, 2019 (EDT)

There, I think I did a pretty good job. Still working on it, though.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by WigglyWiggler (talk).