Achieving Enlightenment the Otaku Way

Osu!  Greetings, shokun! It is I, Cross-shishou, back as promised for the last part of this 2-Part Lessons Series. Last week, you learned “10 Reasons Why It’s Awesome To Be An Anime Fan”. But like I always say in my Fujinsei Kempo lessons, everything has a dark side. Today, I’ll be teaching you “10 Reasons Why It Sucks To Be An Anime Fan”. As much as I would like to turn a blind eye to this dark side of the fandom and bury it into oblivion, it is my responsibility as your Otaku Master to inform you about it, so you don’t find yourself corrupted. So are you ready? Let’s start. Osu!

10 Reasons Why It Sucks To Be An Anime Fan

1. You face constant misconceptions and negative labels.
Anime fans are weird. Anime is only for kids. Anime fans are antisocial outcasts. How many times have you heard these stereotypes and many more? Other people group all anime fans into one, big, unpleasant category without even considering individual personalities.


2. Others think you’re wasting your life away.
It’s even worse if your family thinks this way. You have so much potential, but you’re wasting it on watching kiddie cartoons, they say. Do something productive for once, they say.

hikikomori guy

3. You lack confidence to openly express your passion for anime in real life.
On the Internet, you’re considered an anime expert with millions of followers but in real life, you hide your anime, manga and otaku merchandise collection under your floorboards and inside the deepest corners of your dark closet. You leave the house in average, casual clothing but stop by a public restroom to change into your “Keep Calm and Watch Anime” T-shirt and Attack on Titan jacket, pulling a cap low over your head, while you sneak into a nearby anicon.

embarrassed anime girl

4. Too addictive
Ah, no anime fan can deny this truth. You literally get withdrawal symptoms if you go on a day without watching an episode.

kagura insomnia - gintama

5. Watching too much anime can ruin your life.
No, I’m not kidding. I’m serious. If you’re not careful and strong-willed enough, anime CAN ruin your life. Literally. Read “How Anime Makes You Dumber” and “10 Signs That Anime is Ruining Your Life” for more information about this serious issue.

shinichi frustrated - parasyte

6. Some fans are batshit crazy.
There are many kinds of crazy. There are good kinds of crazy and bad kinds of crazy. I’m obviously talking about the bad kinds of crazy, but since there are so many kinds of them, I won’t enumerate them here. They’re often the ones who’re giving the entire fandom a bad reputation, affecting the saner group of anime fans like yourself…or at least I hope that you belong in the saner population of the fandom.


7. The danger of turning into a batshit crazy fan yourself
What are you talking about, Cross-shishou? That will never happen to me, you say. Oh child, don’t be so sure about that. You might get influenced by a batshit crazy fan that you become one yourself. You never know. All it takes is one fateful encounter.

anime girl crazy

8. Beware the toxic fandom
The anime community is generally awesome. Most members are friendly and fun to discuss anime with. But if you’ve been an active anime fan long enough, then you know about the dark side of the community, a.k.a. the “toxic fandom”. They’re the ones who’ll rip you to shreds for disagreeing with the mass. They’re the ones who’ll make your life a living hell for not thinking in the same way that they do. They’re the one who bask in brutal—and useless, I daresay—wars to determine the best anime ever. They’re the ones who think that they’re always right, that their opinions are absolute, and believe that the anime industry is at their mercy. Ah, the delusions! Read “How To Piss Off Anime & Manga Fans” for more information.

anime - stabbed in the back

9. Unnecessary fan service
Fan service is one of those iffy elements in anime that divides fans into different camps. Some love it, some absolutely hate it, while some don’t care as long as they enjoy the show. Many anime feminists want fan service to be completely removed from all anime because they argue that those bouncy boobs and panty shots are demeaning and turning females into sexual objects. I consider myself a feminist too, so I agree with them…to a certain extent. I think that when fan service contributes to the plot, then it becomes more acceptable rather than throwing fan service randomly every 10 seconds just for the hell of it. I think that if anime creators turn fan service into something more artistic and valuable to the story and not something cheap and demeaning, then it won’t get as much flack. And please also realize that fan service doesn’t only feature females but males, as well. Here’s some proof:

natsume-abs-brothers conflict

Here’s another:


And another:


And don’t tell me that these are not sexual objectifications just because they’re males. A naked body is a naked body regardless of whether you have a penis or a vagina…or both.

10. Questionable Themes
Anime is awesome, no doubt about that. Its wide-randing scope of genre offers something for virtually every taste, if one just care to look. However, this variety also leads to a lot of questionable themes in anime that can offend those with more conservative and religious beliefs. These questionable themes may be appreciated by the liberal and creatively curious types, but there will always be at least an anime out there that you’ll find extremely offensive, even if you consider yourself the most liberal person in the planet. Incest, pedophilia, necrophilia, rape…these are just some examples. If you’re not careful and mature enough, you might find yourself corrupted.

anime girl groped and self-defence

Now you know a little bit more about the dark side of the anime fandom. I hope you take today’s lessons at heart to avoid getting corrupted, so you can continue to enjoy anime without any problem. And that’s it for this 2-Parts Lessons Series. Feel free to review last week’s lessons “10 Reasons Why It’s Awesome To Be An Anime Fan”That’s all for today, shokun! I’ll be back again soon for another set of Fujinsei Kempo lessons. Osu!

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Disclaimer:  Study and follow the teachings of Fujinsei Kempo at your own risk.  Fujinsei and its main author Arria Cross accept no responsibility whatsoever for the content of this post, or for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided above.  Arria urges you to blame Cross-shishou for any issues you encounter while following Fujinsei Kempo teachings.  But Arria wants you to remember that Cross-shishou is a mere alter ego, someone without tangible form.  So if you want to blame someone, you might as well blame yourself.  You’ve been warned.

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Published by Arria Cross

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    1. Hi Ricky,
      Ahaha! Well, most of us are fighting the urge inside — not to become batshit crazy fans! So know that you’re not alone. 😀

      For anime fans like us, of course we “need” to watch at least an episode per day. And if we’re anibloggers, then the need just increases all the more. Although I sometimes experience anime burn-out now and then. But afterwards, my desire to watch returns and the cycle starts all over again.

      Anyway, thanks for dropping by. Cheers!

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      1. I always get burned out with anime! I either have to watch a different genre, or a sitcom, or read, something to give myself a break from anime.

        But I always come back again! lol

        And no problem, your post are hilarious and ring very true.

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  1. I’m glad you mentioned the fan service. If made in the US women would be up in arms over it, but since Japan is so cool batshit crazy anime fans will defend it knowing little about the culture in reality.

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    1. Right. Fan service is very subjective. Some don’t want to have anything to do with it, while others hunger for it. I think it depends on the person and also on how the anime uses it. Besides Japanese culture and viewer reaction can ne vastly different to that outside the country like the West. Thank you for dropping by. Cheers!


  2. I totally agree with your list here. Sometimes being an anime fan is hard, especially with the negative labels we get for those who do not understand us.
    But, we continue to do what we love because that is what makes us who we are.
    Keep up the good work Arria. And remember…
    Stay Awesome!

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    1. Thank you, Cal. Indeed, depending on our experiences, being an anime fan can be really difficult. But on the bright side, it’s so much fun especially once you find a great community to support you. Thanks again for your lovely comment. I appreciate it. Keep on watching anime and blogging. Cheers!

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  3. Do you teach kempo in tae-kwon-do? Just kidding. As far as I have remembered, no one has made my life miserable on the internet as far as my fondness in anime is concerned. I guess I’m lucky on that.

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    1. Ahaha! No, but I did take Tae Kwon-Do before. That’s why this kempo language. Good for you for not experiencing any of that. As for me, well, my past experiences opened my eyes to the brutality that you can experience if you’re not careful. But at least, I won’t be so shocked anymore when I experience it again as an aniblogger and I do…occasionally.


      1. Ah internet, what a scary world you are now because of the different kinds of people inhabiting your domain.

        Just swing back if they struck you first.

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      2. Ahahahaha! Sometimes I bare my fangs and hiss, but generally I just laugh and shake it off and continue feeling fabulous. Bloodbaths on the web just drain my energy and I prefer to expend my energy on more productive activities. Thanks


      3. How have you never experienced the negativity of the internet? I find this so amazing that it should be in an anime. If you’ve put your opinion out there, you received the hate. I truly want to believe what your saying, but in my heart I just can’t. *anyone reading this insert Shippuden quote as needed.

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  4. I’ve run across fanservice that, after analyzing it, I felt had little or no redeeming qualities and, thus, avoided it like the plague.

    On the other hand: There is fanservice I’ve come across that, after analyzing it, realized it had a lot to offer me. For example: In the “Sword Art Online” episode “Murder in the Safe Zone,” there is a gratuitous shot of Yolko’s butt.

    At first, I was disgusted. “What is this doing here?” I thought. (It was my first encounter with fanservice.) I still think the shot is gratuitous, but I’m a better person because of it.

    A gratuitous shot of Yolko’s butt reminded of what I believe to be true: That the human body is created by God and is inherently “very good.” (Genesis 1:31)

    Fanservice is a complex subject. What is pornographic and objectifying to one person can be non-pornographic and humanizing to another. I think it just depends on how each person chooses to interpret a piece of fanservice.

    I believe I’m a better person because of fanservice. Not because fanservice gave me something to fantasize over or do other gross things to, but because fanservice motivated me to look beyond a butt or breasts and see the human being underneath not just when watching anime, but in real life, too.

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    1. Well said. Indeed? Fan service is a complex subject, dividing a lot of fans. As a result, like you said, it’s subjective where one might see it as natural while another as pronographic. I think that by making it more artistic and relevant to the story, it could be more acceptable, but of course there will always be people who would never be comfortable with it no matter what. And good for you. Thank you for dropping by and sharing your viees with me. I appreciate it. Keep on watching anime. Cheers!

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  5. Yeah, number 3 is pretty much me. I’d wear an anime shirt in public, but as soon as anyone asked me about it on the street, even in a friendly way, I’d clam up. Sadly, I don’t have any anime tees yet. It’s so hard to be a little skinny girl trying to find geeky stuff to wear, boohoo 😭

    Fanservice is a tricky one. I’m generally pro-fanservice but that can get problematic when you’re a feminist. Nekkidity isn’t a bad thing (she says, drooling over those Hisoka shots) but when you’re seeing a boob grab in pretty much every other show you start getting a glazed look in the eye. Oh, oh wait. Yep, he accidentally stopped his fall with her breast again. Sigh. Why do they always squeeze twice, as if they’re not quite sure what a boob is? It’s truly a puzzle.

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    1. Aaaw. But that’s adorable.
      Indeed, the topic of fan service is very iffy. I don’t mind fan service, but since I consider myself a feminist, I can’t help but feel offended by shows who just misuses fan service just for the sake of revealing flesh in detriment of the plot. I like fan service when they depict sexy women who are strong because it’s an excellent message that shows females can be both SEXY and FIERCE at the same time.
      Ahahaha! Shhh. (looks around) Actually, I just used this post as an excuse to post those photos of Hisoka and Natsume. 😉 You’re welcome.

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      1. Oh well, I guess if you think so it might not be so bad… 😳😅

        Mostly, I want us to get to a point in fanservice where it’s an equal split for male and female, straight and queer viewers. I wouldn’t even mind the odd bit of purely exploitative nudity if it was an equal playing field for each gender. But for now, it still mostly plays to that trash way of thinking that “ooh, girls want a little left to to the imagination but guys aren’t smart enough to imagine shite all”. I like seeing naked boy bods too, gosh darn it! eyes drift back up to Hisoka … Yeahh, like the way you think 😉

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      2. I agree. Well, I’m optimistic that we’ll reach that level in the future. We’ll just have to keep our eyes peeled. Indeed, it would be great if fan service will be split equally to cater to all sexual orientations and genders. It may not be accepted by everyone because that’s not gonna happen, but it will reduce the flack it gets for always demeaning one gender.

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  6. This list speaks to me on levels I cannot tell you! 😦 My nephew wanted me to order Samurai Troopers/Ronin Warriors for him a few years back. I, myself twitch at dubbed anime, but that is another issue. It was ordered, he had me watch it with him and his girlfriend. All through it, she’s saying, “I can’t believe you two like this shit. I don’t care about the crap!” etc. Years before that, 2004/05, one of my ex girlfriends wanted me to make a list of anime to get her feet wet in. I made one with the series I grew up watching, Inu Yasha and a few others. Next day, she emailed me, ripping my balls off, saying she looked anime up and all she saw was hentai, WTF? Nowadays, I hesitate doing lists for newcomers.

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    1. I’m so sorry you had to experience this terrible situations. I hope you forget about those horrible girls. They don’t have the open mind to appreciate anime. Well, creating lists for newbies is always a delicate thing because every person is different, so it’s important to tailor the list to the person’s personality. Not everyone will be receptive to Death Note, for example. Anyway, I hope you already moved on from those experiences. I’m aghast, but not really surprised. Thank you very much for sharing them with me. I hope that you’re having a better experience now as a blogger in our community here. Take care. Cheers!

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      1. With my nephew’s girlfriend, I just think and laugh at her closed mindedness. I juse wonder what she’ll say at the convention I’m going to in 2017, because my nephew is most likely bringing her and the kids along. As for my ex, I’ve been moved on, but at the time, I did ask her what she liked, which her response was, “IDK anything.” Even told her it’d be best if we watch anime together, which her reply was, “Oh, uh I can’t, please just give me some names. Found out she was married.

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      2. She was horrible, after her I just picked to be single, loving it to this day. 🙂 Fun is planned. I’m just going to cruise the convention from the time I’m in my chair to bedtime, going to screenings, the dealer room and panels! 🙂

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  7. It sucks trying to find a GOOD new series.
    The incredible sameness of so many series. How can I tell the good from the lame? It sucks not being able to find/choose a good one.

    Darn it … all the descriptions in Crunchyroll are the same! They all say “a series about high school kids with magical powers”. “High school vampire kids” etc. Oy.

    Someone find me a series I can sink my teeth into. No I’m not a teen vampire.

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    1. Gasp! This season is superb, my friend. Yuri on Ice, anyone? Haikyuu 3? I think it’s just a matter of actually watching the series and seeing it for yourself. I don’t really take much stock and deciding anime to watch based on descriptions, since a lot of times, they don’t do the series justice. But thanks very much for dropping by, Denny. Your comments never fail to make me laugh. So thank you. And I hope that you find a GOOD new series to watch and enjoy.


  8. I don’t mind fan service cause it is in all media. As long as I like the anime, it is okay. I don’t take part in forums or discussion about “Why is SAO is shit” “sub are better than Dubs” and my personal favorite “Your waifus are shit”. As long as I am careful I should be able to enjoy anime and write about it.

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    1. Good for you. Personally for me, it depends on how fan service is used in an anime. It’s not the same throughout all anime. Some use it really creatively and I like that. Unfortunately, there are a lot of shows that use it just for the heck of it. I still watch these shows, but my opinions of them decrease because of this. It’s just me. It’s a matter of preference. And again, good for you. It’s very unhealthy diving to these kinds of toxic forums where it’s virtually lawless and words are shot like cannons. It can really dampen one’s enthusiasm for anime. Anyway, thanks very much for dropping by and sharing your opinions with me. I appreciate it. Cheers!

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      1. I know, right? It deserves multiple gold medal. I’ll be sad when this anime season is over, to be honest. It’s been so long since I’ve been so excited during an anime season. I usually just wait until the season is over before I watch shows. Anyway, thank you very much. Keep on blogging. Cheers!

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  9. Great list. I find it funny that some people think anime is for kids but then some adults won’t let kids watch adult shows like Family Guy or South Park, or how they think every super hero movie is appropriate. Thankful, I can balance my life with anime and personal life. I like anime but I won’t let it control me. Lol

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    1. Thank you very much, bro. Indeed, some people can be so contradictory. Same here. It’s a delicate balance to maintain, though. Good for you! And of course, thank you very much as always for dropping by. Keep on watching anime. Cheers!

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      1. I agreed. I guess they assume anything that is drawn and has action must okay for kids lol. Watching anime is a passion and I don’t think it will end. You do the same as well. 😉

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  10. Oh wow, what a great and enjoyable post again. Well…definitely agree with pretty much everything above, especially number 1. Crazy, how people still think animation is just for kids. As for number 3, I truly don’t have any problems saying I like to watch Anime. People should enjoy what they like, and if people don’t respect or take for who I am, that is pretty much their loss. Agree with Karandi’s point as well, that is also definitely one of the problems. Let’s just make that nr 11 in the list lol 😀

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    1. Yay! Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Indeed, wait till they watch Tokyo Ghoul and those other gory anime. I don’t think they’ll still be able to say that anime is only for kids. Same here. I don’t have any problems with saying that like anime. High-five! You rock! Yes, Karandi’s point is valid although I don’t have any personal experiences with it since I have people in real life that I can count on to discuss anime with comfortably. But I appreciate the additional point. Thanks to both of you! Keep on watching anime and be proud of it. Cheers!

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  11. Can I just add not finding anyone in the real world to share your passion with? While the online anime community is awesome, anime fandom is still a fairly niche thing in some parts of the world and whether you are open about being a fan or not is neither here nor there when most of the people you are talking with don’t have a clue what it is.

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    1. Sure! Good point. It’s just that I personally really don’t have any problem with this issue since I grew up with anime and most of my friends as a kid also watch anime. My dad used to watch anime with me and my uncle still watches anime until now. I have a step-cousin who I regularly discuss anime with. I know that there are people who feel that they have noone in real life to discuss their passions with, and even if I understand it to some degree, I can’t really relate exactly, if you know what I mean. But for sure, it is an issue and could be added to this kind of list. Thanks for including that.

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  12. I’ve definitely dealt with some of these especially the first one. Some people have gone as far as to assume that I automatically like things like hentai just because I’m an anime fan. Number nine is something as well that at times gets to me, I don’t mind fan service but I find it hard to take a series seriously when it looks as if fan service is the main selling point. All in all, a great post!

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    1. Indeed. Same here. A lot of people get so shocked when they discover that I’m an anime fan because they say that I’m such a no-nonsense type of person. It’s like I’ve grown horns or something once i tell them that I’m an anime fan. They have these stereotypes associated about us. Indeed, same here. I don’t mind fan service as well as long as it contributes to the series, and enhance it rather than bogging it down just for the sake of revealing flesh every 10 seconds or so. Thank you very much for dropping by and sharing your thoughts about this matter with me. I appreciate it. Cheers!

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  13. If I had an Attack on Titan jacket, I’d definitely wear it in public. Hell, I’d wear it to college.

    No.4 is a real problem for me though. I worry about what I’d do if I had to go for a prolonged (coughmorethanafewhourscough) time without access to internet.

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    1. I know, right? I seriously want one, too! It would probably be my favourite jacket ever. And while we’re at it, I want the pants too. Or much better, the entire outfit! I’d wear all the time! Ahaha! Oh well. That’s real problems for us anime fans. Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I appreciate it. Cheers!

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  14. Great post. I do have issues at times with fan service and the questionable themes you’ve mentioned. Thanks for including them and know that I’m not the only who thinks and worries about that side of being an Anime fan.

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    1. Thank you very much. Well, it’s true. As much as I love the variety of genre and the scope of themes in anime, I can’t help but feel uncomfortable with some that just are, to be honest, offensive. It’s a matter of taste, I know, but when you think about it, it can also be dangerous especially for anime watchers who are not mature enough to understand what’s right or not. Anyway, thanks for dropping by. I appreciate it. Take care. Cheers!

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    1. Ah, the endless problems of all anime fans. So addicting! No doubt about it. Yay! Thank you very much for dropping by and commenting. I’m delighted. Keep on watching anime and blogging. Cheers!

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  15. I don’t get shy about openly expressing my passion, though. I’d gladly wear an Attack on Titan jacket (if I had one) out in public hahaha ^^

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  16. It’s the elitists I hate the most.

    “You don’t agree with my opinion? Well, you’re not a true Anime fan like me!”

    They make Anime so much less fun that it is.

    However, I’m fairly open about my love for Anime. I go to work wearing a Hunter x Hunter hoody ever day, and frequently listen to Anime soundtracks while working. Nobody really seems to judge me for it.

    I suppose I work as a Games Tester though, so we’re all pretty “weird” by societies standards I guess.

    Really interesting post, I found this really fun and agree with pretty much all of it. Fan-service is my worst enemy.

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    1. I agree. It’s the same as those who think that I must not be a real anime fan because I’m not weird enough. So weird. Who the heck creates the criteria for being a “real” anime fan, right? Indeed, this kind of anime fans who believe that their opinions are absolute are the ones who we should be wary the most. They’re the ones who’re only right and everyone else is wrong.

      That’s awesome! Sounds like paradise. My playlist also mostly consists of anisongs… and I’m also pretty open about my love for anime although it seems that I’m not very obviou since I don’t collect much animerchandise. But when I sense another anime fan, I immediately snare him/her and discuss anime. So much fun! Anyway, that’s an awesome job you have there. How many years have you been working as a game tester? What kinds of games do you usually test?

      Thank you very much for dropping by and sharing your opinions. I appreciate it. Cheers!


  17. Ah, the good old fan wars and hate really nourish my skin, I love being bathed in others tears and salt as they fight between each other /evil laugh

    So… Where are those very naked, sexy hunks from? /dabs mouth with a napkin
    I don’t mind fan service, as long as it isn’t being used to demean the characters, I don’t see what’s the problem ;P
    Heh, I’m already corrupt, nothing surprises me while reading manga or watching anime pfft.

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    1. Shush, Cat. They’re gonna discover that I used this post as an excuse to post those yummy pictures of naked bishies. 😉
      Well, I already know that you thrive in those kinds of carnage. I’m the fragile sort, though, so my heart is delicate with this kinds of violent wars between fans… (coughs violently)
      I agree. That’s one of my points. I don’t mind fan service as long as they don’t demean. And besides, without fan service, we won’t be able to ogle those yummy abs…right? But of course there are also plenty of fan service that make me uncomfortable, to be honest.


      1. Ohohoho /evil laugh
        Of course you did, who can deny their appeal? ;P
        LMAO, fragile… BWAHAHAHAHA, YOU WISH, or more like, no you don’t because you’re one of the strongest people I know xP
        Indeed, no fan service no abs, no abs no life 😹
        The fan service that makes me uncomfortable tends to be if there’s like super focus on crotches and panties and cracks, like peering down on them, it just feels sleezy tbh, but aside that they can keep going /rubs hands

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      2. Ahahahaha! Riiiiiiight.
        Pft! It’s true that I have a fragile heart. It’s just protected by a rock-hard encasement. Ehehehe.
        Indeed. No fan service, no abs. And no YOI….no life. (wipes tear)
        Same here. I also feel uncomfortable watching those moe reactions while their panties are in full view. But I’m okay with big-boobied sexy female characters like Erza Scarlet and Nico Robin because they just portray that women can be both sexy AND bad-ass strong.


      3. That encasement sounds like it’d survive an atomic bomb ;P
        No YoI, no life, no happiness 😭
        Saame! I don’t mind the panties, it just puts me off if they’re like staring fight down their ass crack, or boob crack, those really pornographic positions yikes
        Yes, I love strong females, in all shapes and forms, they can step on me and make me call them daddy 😻

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      4. Ahahaaha! Ahahahaha! Your comments are the best. Survive bombs, eh? I wish.
        I agree. Indeed, strong females rock! I especially love those who can defend themselves without waiting for the sexy hot guy to come rescuing them every single damn time. I especially luuurve situations when the strong female comes to the rescue of that sexy hot guy. Yum!


      5. Thanks, hehe! 😳

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