boobs>hips for me, though really, it's a good balance that matters in the end.
BTW, I've been looking over some Pokemon's movesets over the generations, and I see another point where Gold/Silver seriously fucked up. Not only were most of the new Pokemon obtainable in really obscure ways, but a lot of people weren't kidding when they said they weren't even worth using. Later generations at least showed them some mercy with better movesets and evolutions (gen2 having a lot of crappy single-stagers), but here, they're just awful ('course, this is overlooking TMs, but aside from being limited in supply, GS had a pretty lousy selection of them anyway). Slam is Ootachi's best attack (and it probably remains the worst early-game mammal, which is saying something), Caterpie laughs at Ledyba's attempt at a Tackle (it needs to rely on Supersonic, of all things, in hopes of getting anywhere), and Ariados gets stuck with Poison Sting even longer than the Spear line needs to put up with it (in fact, all its attacks are severely low-powered until it learns Psychic past level 50, and it's not even a special attacker). Also, while I complain about generation 5 barely updating most of the old Pokemon's attacks, it seems that generation 3 is just as guilty, with the gen2 Pokemon especially being susceptible to keeping the exact same level-up set and never seeing a true update until Diamond/Pearl (though Colosseum's still the best game that does them justice, and starting them off at high levels with unnatural movesets might've helped some).
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wow... so you say Jukain's among your least favorite Pokemon? That's... kinda shocking to me. Both because this is the first I'm hearing about it and because it is easily one of my personal favorites (even if I do, admittedly, think Sugimori made it look a tad too bulky and laid-back for a speedster).