Are there any gestures that piss you off when they are used in anime? Or is it the other way around and you like them?
How do you feel when somebody uses typical anime poses and gestures in public?
The best is when the cut is done so that you see it through the camera lens and it's shaping up to be a good candid shot and then they notice and immediately do a double piece with a big ol grin instead. Like "hah, you thought you'd get a candid shot of me but you get this cliche pose instead."
I do the bottom left and right signal/greeting, and also both "excuse me/dontcha think?/right?"s.
I also do something similar to the boo, except with a sweeping gesture on top of it when I want someone to shut up or fuck off, and wave goodbye while walking away and not looking at people, with the greeting gestures. And steeple my fingers when seated and waiting. And stroke my chin when I'm thinking.
I use a lot of body language now that I think about it. Haven't done a peace sign since I was like seven years old or something though.
Smiling while closing your eyes
HOW DOES IT MAKE SENSE
More girls need to do this in non-H
Let me tell you something you little faggot.
While I quite enjoyed the relaxed slice-of-life teenage romance feel of the show, I can see why some would find it boring and not to their taste. I respect your opinion, but will have to politely disagree.
On topic, I hate thumbs-up. So fucking old and corny. Nobody actually does it anymore.
I do this one when I notice someone I know. I don't think it's anime, people do it all the time, seen it in a bunch of movies too.
This one sexually arouses me.
I've used it plenty of times, but mainly when helping someone cheat a test where I can see their answers.
That is the only circumstance it's acceptable if you're not blind though.
Love this but hate >>116804061 in general, especially in hentai.
I have never seen or heard of anyone doing that ever IRL.
This one here is always fine with me. Needs to happen more often in anime.
No need to thank me. Just doing my job.
More shitty downscales.
I have the feeling that japanese people don't understand how this works, although I can't explain why; it usually is used in coherent situations but something just seems off when they do it.
I also don't get why anime characters aways extend their arms when doing this
it pisses me off