- n. Plural form of android.
“Maybe having some folks worship them, especially if these guys turn out to be androids, is a logical next step after all.”
“A future without sex androids is not a future I want to be a part of. quintushalls”
“The social message of "women should be submissive, docile androids" is coming from influential places.”
“Armed men and paper-thin androids leapt from the ships to the top of the tower.”
“They are what you might term androids, my fearless captain.”
“He is a founder of what has become the largest robotics lab in the country, and gets paid to think about how to someday create what we in the science fiction business call androids.”
“Where they came from, they were called androids -- synthetic men, conditioned by their masters to complete their deadly purpose on Earth as advance agents for an invasion from space.”
“It is evident that the Chinese and US Army both had high-tech weaponary so the Commonwealth would most likely put a lot of money into producing weapons of better capability, aka androids in order to regain Canada its soil.”
“In particular, my own obsession is with "mechanical people", that is, clockwork mechanisms that emulate people doing realistic, organic-seeming things - generally called "androids" at the time they were popular.”
“Japandroids continue their seemingly endless world tour with yet another appearance in Montreal, this time with European indie pop sensations Love Is All. These guys have been touring so long, we're starting to think the "androids" in their name actually means something.”
Looking for tweets for androids.