I just finished this and I must say I enjoyed it a lot. Not a native english speaker, so I sometimes had a bit of trouble with fast subtitles, but at least it never felt boring and the last two episodes concluded the show very well. Wasn't as "pretentious" as /a/ makes it out to be either.
How did you find the show /a/nons? Discuss
in a civil and wellbehaved manner
It's pretty shit, but it conforms to popular opinion.
The show basically tells you that being normal is the best, and that everything will be much better if you just followed the spoken and unspoken rules of your society.
Also, instead of investigating and trying to understand the source of your melancholy or uneasiness, you should just follow established doctrines and you will reach your happy end.
> so I sometimes had a bit of trouble with fast subtitles
wtf is pause
> How did you find the show /a/nons?
I stumble upon faggot threads about mainstream anime every damn week. You just won’t let me forget how much of cowboybebopsakiosomatsusanslutshipsgirlsandpantsu I have to watch yet.
Actually that was the complete opposite of what the series was about.
like saying TTGL was about conformity or how Asimov's novels were about how robots are evil killing machines
>tfw I can already tell I am wasting mine too
i can't wait for another high school 2.0
Great to do a pilgrimage around Kyoto for, if you have the means I recommend it, quite choice.
>Wasn't as "pretentious" as /a/ makes it out to be either.
I really hate when fans of the show act like its deep and critics of it all it out for being pretentious 2deep4u shit.
The show was so in straight forward and in your face with its message and it's a really simple one everyone can relate to. There's like nothing to interpret.
>implying I can read Yotsuba competently let alone a proper novel