When was the first time you fapped to anime?
Who welcome you to the 2D world?
I propose that Quetzalcoatl's whambangoes are actually TOO BIG. I don't mean I don't like them - I just think that if they were smaller I'd like them more.
Is this the greatest love story of all time?
Rei is god damn cute. CUTE!
You're right, she is
What's next for us after the Heaven's Feel movie /a/?
>Apocrypha and Extra is guaranteed dogshit
>Grand Order is a cancerous mobage shit
>Prototype won't sell well since most Fatefags are males
>Narita will die before he can finish Strange Fake
Is another season of Prisma our only hope?
Chapter 21 raw coming out in 5 hours. Get ready for the Tanya v.s. Anson fight.
...and Carlo Zen's new book is called Yakitori "Skewered Chicken"
Which anime character has the best bellybutton?
This is your student now. How do you help her graduate?
Marriage so she can move in and I will tutor her like a madman until she passes everything. After each study session she will receive a hot dicking that ingrains what she learned to her small brain.
No one came to my thread on thursday. Too thurssy for you? Shame.
Mari silently judging you.
Somedays I'm takamura
Hope you're Takamura in the event of having to fight off a bear with your fists.
How do you define "comfyness"?
A world where problems are such that even if you don't solve them, it doesn't matter.
Take Koi to Uso for example: no matter what the mc chooses, his future is pretty much secured.
Originally people would use comfy to describe a show that evokes a deep sense of warmth and comfort from the viewer --- usually this would entail that the show was perhaps slow-paced, explores themes to elicit said comfort, or simply has a tone or atmosphere that chooses to ease the soul. Although perhaps people find senseless gore and action as something which makes them "comfy"?
Subjectivity aside, while they may personally use comfy as a descriptor for any show which provides them comfort. It would be a misuse of the commonly agreed upon meaning for the term comfy. Instead people should call a show like that "ruthless" but with the added caveat that the show's ruthlessness eases their soul to avoid misconceptions.