Why are brown girls simply the best?
Because in anime, they tend to give off an exotic vibe without being offensive, lame, or corny. The common tropes are;
>islander with a tan
>tomboy with a tan
>brown girl from another country
There's other examples, but these three tend to be most common. The characters are generally well designed, both in appearance and personality. They also do not try hard to point out that they're darker colored; instead, it's a passive "Oh hey, you look different. Let's be friends!" approach in every situation. In anime, the brown characters tend to be most sympathetic as well, as they tend to feel left our or out of place, yet they find their place with friends they meet in their life in the setting they're present in. We're drawn to the brown characters because we want to be them; we want to find solace in friends when we're lost and don't know our place.
>supply eroge to your teenage daughter
>openly discuss being a lolicon to said daughter
>also wants to bang his niece
Living the life, a degenerate criminal, or both?
Being a kid is idolizing Goku.
Being an adult is realizing Vegeta makes more sense.
Yes. Because being an arrogant faggot makes more sense.
He's also the dumbass who got the world destroyed not once, but fucking twice by destroying the Potara earring so they couldn't stop Kid Buu and he destroys the Earth. Then letting Freeza destroy the entire planet and blow it up.
And he lost to Freeza again, not once, but twice. He's the ultimate job and worse than Yamcha.
Can girls love girls?
This is cool. From the guy that did Deadman Wonderland
What is he thinking, /a/?
Do you appreciate magic girls?
Characters who had a hard life.
Hey, /a/ would you like to become a magical girl?
So when did you degenerates realize that waifus are shit and daughterus who you want to give head pats and feed snacks to are better?
Here's a question that's been qeighing on my mind /a/
I've lost track of how many anime/manga pull this cliche of a medieval adventurer guild with rankings based on precious metal, an overenthusiastic secretary who explains everything, everyone using terms that sound like they are from some old tabletop game etc. etc. etc.
Where did this cliche start though? I can't really locate any game that actually works like this.
Shh. Don't wake the snack slut.
Did you like Akame ga Kill? Be honest