Time for me to write a filler post under the pretense of posting rants about anime fans~
The Saki franchise is pretty much driven by two things: bone-chilling mahjong plays and adorable yuri moments (or moe for those of you who haven’t seen the light yet). For the purposes of this post, I will focus on the matter of mahjong and exaggeration.
Now I’m just taking liberties with the 12 Days event. Not that anyone cares though.
To explain quickly why this post is on days 1 and 2 of Anime, I was not available to post yesterday. Mostly because I was not at my home and I only got on my computer exactly 7 minutes before midnight yesterday.
Now that that’s explained, let’s dive into my post of sheer silly. The intention of the 12 Days of Anime is too simply post on anime related things that interest you right? So I’m going to talk about something Anime tends to be very famous for. The generic must-haves. The staples of Anime. See, staples have a dual-meaning don’t they? It can mean something that is always there to be “consumed” but it can also refer to the object, which intention is to hold items together. So these generic must-haves, in a way, serve both functions.
To plainly put it, I was not looking forward to watching Hyakko. It was on my MAL just because I wanted to see for myself what others have told me was “the better school life anime” (compared to K-On it seems). Sooooo, it took me forever to start watching. About 3 months actually. I finally got down to watching Hyakko last night. It was 12 mdinight. I was not in the least sleepy. My parents weren’t home, my sis was asleep. That meant no one to irritate me. So I commenced with the Hyakko marathon. I watched episodes 1 to 9 all the way till 4am. Then I finished it the next day in the afternoon.
What’s an anime convention without anime merchandise
for the weak-willed?
What is love? It is a subject of countless debates and studies among many fields of knowledge. Is it a philosophical concept, a scientific phenomenon, a divine virtue, or is simply something that cannot be understood?
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?