>mfw dragons are literally better at socializing than me
I sorry I try my best.
Post your most autistic reasons for avoiding/dropping a show.
>Show has "sengoku" in the title
>Show has "nobunaga" or some variation in the title
So this is the next Evangelion?
What is their obsession with sex... like all the characters in this anime think about sex and relationships 24/7. Do they not care about literally anything else in their lives... have they no hobbies? Do they not have any interest in their future or in anything other than sexual interactions and relationships?
Seems like such a foreign concept to me. Are the characters in this anime normies? Is that how normies are, thinking about sex and relationships all day everyday?
Did crab add in Kyurii so people reading have someone to relate to? Kyurii is a gigantic disappointment to her father just as most of you are.
Who cares, let's get to the more important questions.
What does /a/ think about Boogiepop Phantom?
I'm surprised none it was never adapted into a proper anime, although I think the LNs are still being published. They were supposed to be pretty big in Japan back in the 90s-00s, I wonder if it'd still have a chance today.
How hyped are you for Season 2?
Not much, they've pretty much adapted all the good part of the manga and it's gotten kinda stale since. Tatsumaki's still a cunt, Garou is still an edgy faggot, nothing's really moved forward and we haven't learned shit about their world or why Saitama got strong.
Mob Psycho 100 was a mistake.
Does Aqua not wear any underwear?
Could you beat her in a fight?
These threads are stupid.
A fictional person is incapable of coming to an appointed time and place to have a fight with a real person. Therefore, they would lose by default.
In her own fictional universe she is also incapable of issuing such a challenge, so I cannot miss an appointment with her within her own canon, thus making me immune of the defeat by default.
The only way for us to fight would be in a secondary fictional universe, where an [imperfect] copy of her opposes a fictional representation of myself. Such a fictional representation of myself is not identical to me though, in a number of important ways. It is therefore, and despite the name, not representative at all. The entire match would be pointless because it wouldn't prove anything except whether its author's disposition leans more towards me or my opponent. It is a meaningless exercise and could only serve as masturbation fuel, if you happen to find the sort of fantasy stimulating.
The only sensible way of measuring myself against Haruhi is outlined in the first paragraph. Which means, Haruhi loses against me by default, every time.
Why aren't you reading the edgiest manga of the moment
Episode 6 soon.
This is perhaps the first /u/ I've ever actually wanted in an anime.
why is this allowed
>lost every time
>hurr our duel isn't over
Goddamn I swear.
Will Yugioh ever surpass 5Ds?
>the greatest villain of all time