The candy queen is crying /a/, what did you do to make her cry?
Will you dance with me?
Reminds me of my vacation with friends in USA. One of my mates decided to swim naked in a lake and got a lamprey above his dick. When he swam back to the shore we had the shock of our lives, for a moment we thought he grew a second, long, thin black dick.
This is /a/ anon.
Everyone here is pic related.
>disgracing our Lord and Saviour like that
The glorious and beautiful creator of all memes.
So you made a thread to announce that you're a homo who loves to take it in every hole? Was it really necessary?
>Waste time and space downloading something that you'll delete the second you finish it anyway.
>Have to manually search for each episode every week instead of a streaming site that automatically updates.
>Having to re-download programs, codecs, and videos on every computer you use.
>Have to manually keep track of which episode of which series you're on.
>Literally can't even torrent on most tablets and phones so you have to plan out your watching schedule on your commute.
Wow, downloading instead of streaming sure is great. How did this meme start?
>not keeping an archive for rewatches
>not using RSS auto-downloaders
>oh no, i have to run a few of programs this is so hard
>using your download list to keep track is somehow hard
>can't figure out how to torrent on mobile
Just admit you don't know how to use a computer, it's fine anon.
If you spend a few hours a week watching anime then I'm pretty fucking sure spending a few minutes once every few months to download the latest codec is worth it. Rather than watching ugly grainy pieces of shit.
Fuck off retard.
kek, this isn't 1996 any more.
All that effort for literally no tangible benefit other than imaginary /a/ street cred
On any given day, I'm on three to five different computers and devices, half of which I literally cannot download codecs or torrent on. How is downloading better than streaming for me? If I solely downloaded, I would not be able to watch anything for a solid half of the day.
>not understanding how streaming works
>not using rss
>not taking a few minutes to get superior playback
>being stupid enough to not know how to torrent on a mobile device
>All that effort for literally no tangible benefit other than imaginary /a/ street cred
What's it like talking out of your ass?
>Still no argument as to how any of these are an actual benefit over streaming where you literally just click a link and you're done.
I'm on my home desktop, my work desktop (no administrator privileges to install anything) my laptop at school, (Most peer to peer ports are closed on this network and torrenting speed is throttled on the rare occasion it's not) my tablet any my smartphone during commutes. Please tell me how torrenting is better than streaming when I literally cannot torrent on 3 out of 5 of those devices. Just admit that torrenting is not across the board better in every situation, for every person. Admit that for some people, even for a small minority, streaming makes no sense. Or do you legitimately think downloading the same episode several times over for switching devices is better for some reason?
Told her she may need one of these.