I have a nice rant about safety warnings and stickers!! I never really understood what’s the point for their existence after all.
I tried to make a rage video, honest. I was going to yell and be all angry about anime characters I dislike with venom.
But instead, it’s a mostly bad video of an Asian teenager raising his voice, kind of proving that I can’t rage so well.
Well, I talk about anime characters I don’t like, the video itself should be entertaining. Enjoy.
First thing first, I know that there have been several posts about this already floating around, but it seems like something really interesting to talk about and for the fact that I already had plans to do this post in my To-Do list but I just never got the time. So anywhat, Why Anime?
Sorry for the premature posting that cheated several of you of your feelings, my WordPress App for my phone is rather trollish. A rather contreversial question that I chose, both sides do have their strong points and I will do this in the most
impartial random way that I can.
Sooo, for those that managed to catch my April’s Fool joke previously, ha! I now present to you the real post.
I’m joking about the title of course. Well….not that much. I’ve been intending to write this post for such a long time now. Pretty much ever since I got into Yuri and people (who know about my anime watching/manga reading habits) asking me why I loved it, I’ve been intending to write this.
First of all, I should give a short introduction of sorts on how I even got into Yuri. And actually, this is the exact same story on how I discovered the wonders of 2D since I found that out through Yuri. So yeah, Yuri is rather important to me. (That sounds rather…strange…)
Yes, after causing you to suffer by reading that cheesy title, I’m assuming that you already have a good idea what this post might be on. If you don’t, then read on I suppose.
I will be speaking of the wonders of fiction in this post. No doubt you might have read such a post before or worse, had your English teacher preach this to you when you were young but either way, this is something I really wanted to post on.
Fiction. A word meaning anything that is thought up, with some or no actual basis in reality. One of humanity’s greatest use of our imaginative powers in my opinion. Also, Media. A method to broadcast any form of information to the masses through various technological means or word of mouth. Together, they form one of the greatest forces to reckon with on Earth.
Why am I writing about this you might ask? Well, it’s simple really. I adore fiction. Ever since a tender young age, I’ve been obsessed with reading, particularly books or novels. Not to brag but at age 8, I was reading books that even 12 year olds might have troubles comprehending. Maybe it was because of my circumstances growing up, but I was really introverted when I was much younger and spent my days with piles of books to comfort me. That paints a rather sad image eh but to me, it was the time of my life. Everyday was an adventure with new worlds opening before my eyes with every turn of a page
Yes, it’s another post that I wrote on AOIA that I saw fit to post here too because I found it to be a good piece of my work.
First things first, I lied about the title. It is a problem HOWEVER, it’s one that will go away with time. A lot of time as well as effort too.
This is a follow up post to Otaku Time Management and I’m going to rant about what I think is one of my greatest worries so as too speak. It relates to my posts about our time management in general and I do think it applies. If not, treat this as subjective as this is from my personal experiences mostly. By no means should you take anything you read on the Internet too seriously. Because out there, a Nigerian prince wants funds to help French kids with Polio.
So, Nichibros is back again and as usual it is funny. God, I need a new way to start this post. How about, this show is absolutely spiffing? No?
Anyway, the jokes are good as usual but I guess talking about the entire thing for the entire posts seems to get boring. Though I will attempt to do so.
So after a long talk to Cyborg in a really boring math lesson, I have somewhat thought out my “writer’s flair” and will test it out on this post. So please, give me your opinions on the way it’s written and the things that are both good and/or bad.
Now to the post! Firstly, what is the classic stereotype of most Otaku people have? Simple, they do not have many friends. That statement is true to a certain extent, cause most people do not share this interest and if you think a person’s interest is weird, there is no way that you will become friends with him. Most of the time.