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Welcome, voters and readers. I believe that our matchup has begun. Let me speak personally.
The Aniblog Tourney has always been an important event to me. Note the usage of ‘me’, because this is a personal thing for me – something that motivated me to stay on in long periods of inactivity and during all the times I felt like dropping out.
Up to the week before the Aniblog Tourney started, I went about reading people’s predictions posts, and when one of them predicted that we’d somehow become 1st Runner Up against Baka-Raptor (I wish), I typed the following: “Thank you for your faith in us, we’ll work hard to meet your expectations.” And this is what I received in response: “What are you,a press representative?” He was right.
Blogging is fun for me. It’s always been that motivating factor behind dropping everything for anime, for me to keep on watching and persisting in this fandom. I’m sure Mira agrees as well. And as such, I will not include a list of posts we wrote, or a list of posts I wrote, that we deem the best – rather, I will include a list of 5 posts I had great fun in writing. They may not be necessarily the best, or even good for that matter, but I had fun. And I hope you enjoy reading them as well.
- I celebrated Kagami’s birthday last year. I even bought a cake and everything. I remember sneaking into my room, taking the photos and quickly consuming the tiny cake I had bought. When I was still the only blogger here, I loved using figure photos in my posts. The old banner was a photo of Kagami as well. I really liked Lucky Star, despite its content.
- Why are all the male leads in anime a bunch of pussies? And similar posts. They made me feel smaaaaaaart.
- Diary of an Anime Lived: Lamentations of a member of the fallen watching OreImo. It was one of those times where I actually learnt something -received an epiphany, if you will- from anime. Needless to say it was an one-time affair but the effect stuck.
- Debate between multiple personas of Valence: Spring 2011 season preview. This post was made solely as a parody of Canne’s own posts where he discusses anime between two split halves of himself. This post merely brings it to the extreme.
It was a pain in the ass to write yet it was fun at the same time, like babby’s first anal.
- Any of the the AFA posts. The experience of going to AFA (and blowing a load of money on plastic goodies and anime posters) is something I look forward to every year.I’m thinking of applying for a press pass this year as well, once I get the proper documentation.
Thank you for visiting. Thanks to GMT, I’m posting this a few hours before our matchup at the Aniblog Tourney. If you must pick the blog you’d much rather read, I sincerely hope you’ll vote ours. All of the writers here have their own virtues in writing, and I hope that these will appeal to you, the reader. Once again, thank you very much for visiting, and we hope we’ll be seeing each other again, on the 4th of May.
This was just something that I did last year on my old blog/I was stuck in a writer’s block so I thought why not do this again.
teachers day happens to fall on the first Friday of every September here in Singapore and students often go all out in getting presents and stuff (like my classmate who’s baking cookies…). It is nice to show appreciation for such people once in a while. Teachers are wonderful people who dedicate their life to a stable job (here in SG anyway) in the civil service, educating the young (IMO, a lost cause). I mean would you dedicate spend your life trying to make obnoxious youngsters learn? Well, maybe p
edophiles would but anyway…
I have MOUNTAINS of homework that I’m not touching.
That said, it’s come to my attention that season preview posts usually get very wordy…and very, very boring. So in an attempt to freshen things up, I’m going to take a leaf out of Canne’s book (as requested here’s your big shiny link) and write from
the perspective of someone with dissociative identity disorder multiple perspectives.
Recently, Nopy proposed a project in which we anibloggers post about our history with anime. Being the reflective sort, I tend to like doing reflective posts like these ones, but where do I begin?
You might to read up on other bloggers taking part in this, including Aorii, 8C, prototype27, Scamp,schneider, the cast at Borderline Hikkikomori, TWWK, Landon, Janette, digiboy, drmchsr0, doctordazza,
Be sure to visit Canon too (Links courtesy of Canon)
I can imagine what’s going through some of your minds right now, and I think it goes something along the lines of this:
Huh? K-On!!? Didn’t Valence angrily rant against it for like, the whole of 3 months, from April all the way to July, and perhaps even longer? What must have happened to him to make him engage in such a moment of lunacy? All this long holiday has managed to achieve is to make him insane? Oh dear!
Rest assured, I’m just as insane as I was a few months back.
Today, The Straits Times ran a special issue, and one of the articles included inside talked about writing letters to Santa. Of course, I had known about this article previously. My aunt had asked me to write a letter this year, and after putting lots of thought into it, I submitted it. (The Straits Times, CHRISTMAS I, PG 7, 28/11/10.)
However, imagine my surprise (and laughter) when I saw what got published instead.
So as you all (don’t) know, today is supposedly Yui’s birthday. Happy birthday and whatnot. But looking down upon that post, I start to wonder after looking at one after another creepy, obsessive photo of their celebrations:
Why celebrate a fictional character’s birthday?