ITT: things that never happen in anime
>childhood friend wins
Aldnoah.Zero confirmed to change that. Winner of the Eggsbowl has been decided.
>interracial couples where the female is Japanese & the male is foreign
>Korean characters outside of the Winter Sonata adaptation & lesser-known political satire
>White characters who aren't American, German, French, Russian, or British
>Chinese characters who don't know martial arts and/or has a fascination with food
The amnesia bullshit shouldn't make it "childhood friend" worthy.
You can't go the majority of a series to suddenly get "lol srry, 4got a bout u!" That's like watching a romance for the incest taboo to suddenly get "lol 4got 2 tale u 2 u rn't relate. Srry!"
>Things actually escalate in the fireworks scene
Chisato is the first childhood friend who isn't a promised childhood friend that grew up together with the MC that won. She was best girl too.
Aki is the second childhood friend that I know who is the same. But Frau was the best girl in that show.
Gee, if only there were some website that could tell you.
Perhaps starting with a G.
If only such a website were conveniently integrated into this image board so you can be even more of a lazy dumbass.
Oh well, guess it's just a mystery of the universe.
Post an example of characters repeating themselves or being interrupted and pussing out?
I got nothing on the former, but almost every haremshit title that's came out in the past decade has at least one scene for the latter.
Ah, I seem to have encountered the native /a/ weaboo, likely of the obese & lonely variety with an insecure disposition. You can tell by the way he exemplifies his lack of social interaction with real people offline through his use of sarcasm that falls short of even remotely clever, his apparent irritation with people asking questions about his hobbies, and the underlying sense of joy he appears to receive from intentionally being of no use in the way only a faggot such as himself could be. Be careful not to query anything he might even be remotely aware of, he may very well open fire in a blaze of autistic fury, mercilessly mocking you until you leave his murky, semen stained realm of anime forever.
Stop being a faggot, faggot.
Best girl having glasses
Once again, Clannad
I'll be as much of a faggot as I FEEL like.
I know about Golden Time of course, but it's still extremely uncommon. Then again, Golden Time was utter shit and flopped anyway.
So we have anime set in school settings. We often see anime set in
But what about
>trade school/vocational school
>in-house training at companies/organizations
I agree it did suck, although I am glad I watched it right before going back to college. Watching them actually freak about going to class made me feel guilty about skipping, now I've really got the ball rolling since classes are back in session.
Where as other tropes are uncommon for no good reason, the lack of college anime is probably more of a marketing thing. Most people who watch are Japanese teens in high school, most can relate. Plus, just about everyone has gone to high school, not everyone goes to college. Each college has an entirely different atmosphere too, so capturing a "stereotypical" college atmosphere would probably be beyond what any mangaka or anime...ka...would even bother with. I do prefer the college setting though...high school was lame
>An anime form of Community
I think you might be on to something...or on to nothing at all. Is there a reason you'd want anime for shit that uncommon? Keep in mind one of the most popular video game anime was written by a horny teenager who knew jack shit about MMORPGs (SAO, if it wasn't clear). Do you really think anyone could follow these subjects while making them accurate and unique?
ur mum was voice by a male actor
Dude, I went to trade school. Some of the shit I've seen would've made decent sitcom material.
The only reason I want it is because there are countless anime series that take place in K-12 education and conventional colleges. It would be interesting to see other types of higher learning.
I thought of another one:
A foreigner with an interest in Japan who comes to Japan and either speaks fluent Japanese and explains how that happened, or knows very little Japanese at all.
But Aika will totally win, I'm sure
But thats a lie
Then Tiger & Bunny, once again. The MC is essentially a banana Nip.
>They repeat what they said clearly now distraction or noise has passed.
Just once, just once I want to see this happen.
I don't care for the context. I'll take what I can get and pick that up.