So I'm about to watch Angels Egg.
What am I in for /a/?
Hanabi is L I T E R A L L Y me.
You know what to do OP.
Will we ever see an international release of this?
didnt see a dump so here it is.
also,there's a surprise at the end
>I will never be a cute princess in a gorgeous dress with such amazing hair and cute shoes
What's the most boring anime you've ever watched?
Pic fucking related.
I was hoping it'd be comfy like non non biyori, but it lacked anything entertaining and felt like a drag, never finished it. Shitty OP too, couldn't stand it and skipped it every time.
How much appeal of your waifu's appeal comes from her boobs?
>[HorribleSubs] Tiger Mask W - 21 [720p].mkv
...in which the rivalry reignites and Takuma needs to work on his showmanship
Bigfoot is already enough of a freak of nature, I suppose this makes The Third a freak of nature to the power of three.
ITT: Tsundere done right
Okay, so I'm 12 episodes in and I don't get the appeal of this show, people always praise it but there is really nothing that that captivates me or makes me want to keep on watching.
Did anybody feel the same?
Hey, you like bikes?
So we can all agree that Togusa-chan is best boy right?
Who, in your opinion, is best Gundam?
>A girl wasting her potential by pretending to study and getting mediocre grades on purpose because she values being seen as cute in high school more than her future makes you clever
Are these the views of the character or the views of Ohba himself? It's hard to tell sometimes.
It's bullshit sociology ruining policies since forever.
>Many have criticized social science research for being ideologically biased and, frankly, many of these criticisms are fair. For one, social scientists have spent decades using sloppy empirical methods, or no methods at all, to make the case that conservatives uniquely possess a number of undesirable personal characteristics (e.g., prejudice and intolerance). However, as I discussed in an article for Scientific American, recent studies reveal methodological flaws of past research and show that liberals are no more tolerant or nondiscriminatory than conservatives.
>Moreover, a number of the psychological concepts social scientists and activists have used to support social justice-oriented interventions and policies have not stood up well to empirical scrutiny. Take, for instance, the concept of stereotype threat. Psychologists proposed that female math performance is undermined by the existence and situational awareness of the stereotype that women are bad at math. However, the stereotype threat explanation of women’s math performance has failed multiple replication attempts. Meta-analyses have offered no support for the idea. And the original supporting research has been widely criticized as having many methodological and statistical problems. Still, many social scientists, activists, and college administrators continue to teach and champion the idea. […]
You can be cute and still be smart and get good grades though. Plus, there's no guarantee that a rich man will come along, it's best to work hard on your own and gain skills/knowledge in order to be safe, which is what an actual clever girl would do.
Would getting good grades actually repel men anyway?