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Sasazaki Chan

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  1. 1. Who's your waifu/husbando (if you have one) 2. What's your favorite season, and favorite holiday? 3. On average, approximately how many words do you type per minute (good luck with this one) :3
  2. I'm such a Kill La Kill nerd that I have tons of Kill La Kill merchandise from figurines to accessories and replica swords to manga (books). I won't show the swords because they didn't fit in the cubby in my closet and because they're completely irrelevant to the thread. I'm only showing some of the other merchandise I have concerning Kill La Kill because I really don't want to have to take everything out just to take a picture and then put everything back in and reorganize it again Lol I'm too lazy for movement of that caliber. The Satsuki figurine was I think 160$ and the Ryuuko figure was I think $70. I may be off, but it's approximate - Next is my shelf dedicated for the Korean culture, however, I added the Sakura figure to save time Lol I have many Overwatch figures, but I recently decided I hate Overwatch with a burning passion (except for my beloved D.VA of course), and I especially loathe Genji and Hanzo; the two DO NOT portray the Japanese in a positive way. So the D.VA items below are as follows: from left to right.. Cute but deadly D.VA figure, D.VA backpack Hanger, and D.VA with Mecha Jumbo Pop figure And these two figures were impulse buys at a GameStop and Best Buy, (left & right) respectively. I love Zelda and just had to buy them Lol Sorry, but I'm just sooo obsessed with Kill La Kill ^ - ^ I actually have two metal swords that are replicas of the anime's scissor blades, if you will. They're pretty heavy, to me anyways Lol They're fairly good sized as well
  3. Umm, well I'm loyal to a fault so just one.. 纏流子 (Matoi Ryuuko)
  4. I've actually already seen that one. Sorry, I forgot to mention it !! But thanks for the recommendation ^ ^ Do you know of any others?
  5. How about a thriller? I love anime thrillers, they're my favorite kind. I'm currently watching Hell Girl, and I've already seen Death Note twice, Mirai No Nikki, Terror in Resonance, Attack on Titan, and I do not plan on watching Tokyo Ghoul anytime soon. I want something mysterious, creepy, and suspenseful and not just bloodshed and gore. This is why Death Note has been watched twice.
  6. Make sure you don't buy cooking wine ^ ^ I haven't tried any red wine because I don't know anything about it and I'm scared I'm going to buy cooking wine. I don't know if it's labeled on the bottle or anything and I honestly haven't even checked for it at all because my sights are set on beer and sake.
  7. Ya ikr, we're all illegally watching anime.. Lmaooo But I don't think the government is really going to give any f*cks about it anytime soon and nice thread name btw, it's what caused me to click on the post because it sounded interesting and original Lol
  8. I listen to a lot of Japanese music and I have many good songs and I'm happy I know of them. I just want to let you know it's not "the Asian Kung-Fu Generation." It's just "Asian Kung-Fu Generation," or "AKG" (usually in lowercase letters). People often mistake it and say "AKFG," and it's not correct. It's really, really annoying when people say it like this. Even the band members use akg. The people of Japan often say アジカン (Ajikan) for short. Or you can say the full Japanese name for them which is アジアン・カンフー・ジェネレーション. The dots in that text are evidently optional as they only act as an English space for organization, or perhaps reading purposes. The first band I ever actually liked was this band and I've known and liked them my entire life so far. If you're looking for good Japanese music, start with this band, then expand. They are truly legendary.
  9. Me? I like wolves. I just have to get an exotic pets license first and then I'll be capable of legally owning a wolf. I love tigers as well! I've had cats all my life so ya, cats.
  10. Jigoku Shoujo Advice: Don't watch all at once. Watch 3-5 every night until you complete: you'll find out why soon enough
  11. The only positive is my place of living (which is like a Japanese museum) because of the historical artifacts I've collected over the years (however, it's all moving once I depart from this god-forsaken land.). Another positive is anything that's imported from Japan or derivative of Japan. In other words, the only good things about this place come from other places. The place here is of very little significance if not of no significance at all.
  12. A long time ago I bought the Japanese version of Skyrim in order to enhance my Japanese skills through immersion in this way. The first thing spoken after I got out of the cave was "The dragon is gone so we're free now," or something of the sort. Problem is, they used 無料 in lieu of フリー and so I was laughing so hard because I thought "Wow.. okay then, never realized the dragons used the Imperials as their own personal slaves. Thank you.. Ralof, for the valuable piece of information......." and that's when I stopped playing.
  13. The good: I've learned to hate where I live with the passion of a thousand suns and to never return or even set foot back in this hell hole once I leave. My future family may never see this wretched wasteland. The bad: Too many items to list.

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