The adorableness of these two is potent to the point where they could cure cancer and replace it with diabetes.
Ashitaba Kurumi is listening to her daughter being railed by the son-in-laws horsecock while she hasn't been getting any at all. what do?
New chapter out: http://manga.fascans.com/manga/my-hero-academia/137/1
I wish we see more Iida, Todoroki bromance to Deku from here on out.
>favourite boy was kouda
>then it was aoyama
how are all the boys so good?
Volume 9 is out in June 9. Looks like they are going to pull another OreImo.
Is Akko the best tomboy of 2017?
This is better than anything KyoAnus has put out in 5 years
Was he the first chuunibyou?
World conquest with his means seems achievable, not really a chuuni unless he starts about making laser guns and horseless armoured wagon that early.
Put the bath scene in spoilers.
Who's your favorite anal queen?
Oh, look, some Kirara stuff.
Has the anime completely forgotten about what's in Eren's basement?
Anyone who's read the manga want to tell me what's down there that's so important?
I grew up in a house with no cable or internet until about age 14-15 so I could never really watch Toonami or find any gateway into Anime/Manga. I had friends who were really into it, one of them even went to Japan in high school. In grade school I had an after school babysitter who let me watch their television. I loved and was fascinated by shows like Naruto and ATLA, but with only limited exposure I never really got attached to them. It's one of those things where I want to be into it, but I feel like I don't have a good foundation of experience to have that visceral connection. Does anyone get what I'm saying? I feel like I'm behind everyone else and it kinda sucks that I didn't have an outlet for it my whole childhood. I've watched about as much anime as I can, haven't gotten into manga much, but I feel burnt out and overwhelmed by the sheer volume of experience most people have compared to me. Any tips for how to develop my interest?
Anyone here found it hard to treat this show seriously? I mean I like the visual direction but the mentality of the characters is like from 200 years ago. Their "problems" just come off as funny to me.
The petty drama is taken too seriously by the show's presentation as well as the characters which makes it comical. The whole thing has the "I'll take a potato chip, and eat it" feel.
And explain why.
Sakura Trick wasn't popular though, it only sold 2k BDs. It was just talked about here because of how lewd and non-serious it was despite the writing being absolute trash
I still want season 2 so the cunnilingus scene gets animated
Sakura Trick wasn't that popular, dumb fags called it boring because they were not fucking onscreen.
>tfw no gf like shouko
Which K-ON would be the best fuck?