“I Love Anime But That Doesn’t Mean I’m Weird” & Other Memes (*≧▽≦)ノシ))

Happy Monday, folks!  Today is a holiday here in Ontario, Canada–Family Day.  Yay!  My siblings are going ice skating this afternoon, and I’ll go with them.  But that doesn’t mean that I’m ice skating.  I don’t even know how to skate, let alone skate on ice.  Besides I’m still nursing a nasty injury from last November. (sigh)

I don’t want to feel down, especially when it’s supposed to be a happy holiday like today.  That’s why I want to share with you some funny anime memes that I found while prowling the web.  Enjoy!

otakuhouse.com
otakuhouse.com

Anime Fan Meme-2

Anime Fan Meme-3

animevice.com
animevice.com
spoonywalls.com
spoonywalls.com

Anime Fan Meme-6

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funny-pictures-blog.com
funny-pictures-blog.com
funny-pictures-blog.com

Anime Fan Meme-9

Anime Fan Meme-10

I know that there are funnier anime memes out there.  Feel free to share your favourite anime memes with me.  I’d be delighted by your recommendations.  Have a great day!  Cheers!


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17 thoughts on ““I Love Anime But That Doesn’t Mean I’m Weird” & Other Memes (*≧▽≦)ノシ))”

  1. Gah! I’m annoyed by people that assume that watching anime/reading manga=antisocial. It’s the otaku thing all over again. Once, I was reading Naruto Vol. 1 outside of this party, and this woman comes up to me and says “Why don’t you join the rest of us instead of reading anime?” Reading anime. READING anime. Reading ANIME. SMH. Good post, Arria-san.

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    1. I know exactly how you feel. When I was younger, I always felt the urge to explain how anime & manga are not just for children and why they’re so awesome, but I learned long ago that there are just people who are close-minded and won’t change their preconceptions no matter your explanations. I only talk about anime and manga to those who are genuinely interested. For those who make such ignorant comments, well, I just ignore them. Anyway, thanks for dropping by. Cheers!

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      1. No problem.

        Well, it’s their problem. As long as you’re enjoying reading manga & watching anime, who cares about what other people think? Until they make the effort to understand why people love anime & manga, they won’t change their negative preconceptions about anime & manga fans like us.

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      2. I don’t think it’s s problem of hatred. It’s just that other people don’t understand what they are seeing from their perspective. That’s the very definition of ignorance, and the cause of so much hatred in many areas of the world. Hatred is not the cause, is merely a subroutine of it.

        I do understand many people who act like that. I feel in the same boat when my friend is reading a automobile magazine and I ask if he is reading about sports. I would say, just understand, and if they seem curious and open then introduce them to the aniworld. Just don’t introduce them with something like danmachi…

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  2. I believe that it also has to do with the fact that Anime is just “Japanese Cartoons” for most Western eyes. Anything that is drawn by people must be targeted to children they believe. Things are changing though. I believe that the ones that appreciate this art will be much more in the future as the cultural tide that is spreading in the world due to globalization reaches more young eyes.

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    1. Indeed. I agree. As an anime fan, of course I sometimes get offended when someone says that anime is meant for children. But I stopped trying to explain to people that it’s not the case, especially if they truly believe in their preconceptions about anime. I’ll only explain the diverse genre spectrum to those who’re genuinely interested and curious about anime. Anyway, thanks for dropping by. Keep on blogging. Cheers!

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  3. My personal observations reveal that often, a lot of the people who stigmatize anime are the same ones who have a stuffed Pikachu or Charmander keychain somewhere in their bedroom or purse. So anime’s not my cup of tea. But most I know who like it are some of the most imaginative, openminded, tolerant people I know. They tell me about this series and that story, and all the lessons they learned from it. The ones who can draw have a skill that takes a while to refine. And if anime inspires you to learn Japanese? Not a big deal. Stimulation is great.

    A long time ago, I sat down with a friend to watch an anime series on Netflix. It was called Eden of the East. It didn’t strike me as a kid’s show, or some cartoon. I very much enjoyed it.

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    1. Thanks! It’s true that not everyone understand why people like me love anime. I already gave up long ago trying to explain to them. Most of them already have this preconceived beliefs that anime is only for kids and why are these adults wasting their time and money watching this crap? Well, it’s hopeless trying to bend someone who’s inflexible. Perhaps they can only see reason when they experience it firsthand.

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