Is this the meme girl of the season
>if One Piece took place in the real world, luffy would be brazilian
>if luffy is brazilian, then ace also is
>if ace is brazilian, then gol d. roger also is
>tfw the king of the pirates is brazilian
Why are imoutos so great?
Everyone turn on your cellphone!
A high school love triangle where the MC gets in a relationship with the Tsun girl early on. And we see how hard it is for the MC to maintain a relationship with a Tsun girl who never goes Dere.
In the end, the Tsun girl destroys their relationship. Then the male MC gets together with the other girl (who is ara) and they are perfect for each other.
The rest of the show is the MC and the ara girl going to college, getting married and eventually having a child. And the antics of their crazy extended family.
Flat > Big breasts
>Do You Like Your Mom?, slated for publication on January 20, has won the 29th Fantasia Grand Prize, an annual award given to novels published by Fujimi Fantasia Bunko. The novel follows a high school boy who, like many others in his genre, is transported into a video game... but so is his mother, who not only is fiercely devoted to him, but is very helpful in combat.
Why does this art style seem so familiar?
Same art style as Pochi, don't know his real name. Pic related
What's Revy listening to?
wow, this was really fucking good after just marathoning it blind after all these years
jeremiah is a fucking god. one of my favorite side characters.
how can R3 top R2? it's a tall order.
Why they keep spamming the thrill and edgy harem genre instead of traditional comfy harem anime. I think the genre has become too convoluted because it's mixed too much with other genre. Harem genre become too shojoist day by day. I also hope this series not become too shojoist for harem tagged anime.
It's Takashima Yuna's birthday today, January 11th. Not content with having two girls per incarnation she now has two lots of birthday art per year as well. For those who haven't caught up or aren't following NoWaYu, it was revealed that her birthday is January 11th, she's from Nara and her blood type is A.
January 11th is 'Kagami Biraki', literally 'Mirror Opening' but usually called 'Breaking of the Mochi'. On this day, mochi which was placed on an altar over the New Years holidays as an offering to the Gods is broken up with a hammer and eaten. 300 years ago, the fourth Tokugawa shogun gathered his lords the day before war to break open a sake cask. After they won it became a tradition, but mochi began to be used more than sake somewhere along the way.
Speculation wise, there's a lot of things about the ritual which jump out as possibly being relevant to Takashima, but there's too much content for an OP, so look below.
All content is in the Pastebin: http://pastebin.com/2wvjCyrV
Taken from: http://www.aikidoda.org/aikidowebpages/seminarpdf/kagamidoc.pdf
'"Kagami Biraki," signifies the unveiling, or rather "breaking out," of the mirror (kagami - mirror,
biraki - breaking out). The mirror, of course, stands for the reflection of our true nature, the real self. Our hope is that with
each new year, the reflection will become truer to the original.'
The kagami mochi set has several parts, two flat rice cakes stacked on top of each other, an orange, konbu (kelp), two fern leaves that have there reverse sides displayed and a white sheet of paper.
The two mochi represent the yin and yang part of the 'mirror'. The orange and the oranges green leaves symbolise 'the continuity of spiritual teachings as they are passed down from parents to children' and 'the youthful
energy needed to ensure a productive future'. The kelp symbolises 'happiness'. Ferns represent peoples links to the past and the reverse of the leaves being shown symbolises 'the principle of ura shiro - the need to keep our reverse side (the one we are sometimes reluctant to show) as pure as the one we like to present to others'. The paper symbolises 'a "cloud in heaven" that carries us forward through this existence and elevates us to the next'. The plums on the flower arrangement used in the ritual symbolise that 'gentleness is what gives birth to the "fruit of life."'
HERE WE GO
What was his masterpiece?
Space Dandy sold 200 times more than Flip Flappers.
I'm comparing them since they both have a very similar direction and were made by the same people.
>high quality animation
>each episode is a new adventure
How do you feel about this?
Why did flip flop?
I'm happy Gintama's back, but I'm kind of done with all these non-stop serious arcs.
Let's have a Gintama thread about the older seasons, where we still had a multitude of comedy arcs/episodes.
I feel like watching some comedy parts back, recommend me some. What is your favourite comedy episode or arc?
Let's remember the good old days
I want to die and touch fluffy wings