Has an anime ever inspired you?
aside from fapping of course
Anime in a lot of ways keeps me going. As for examples:
NGE made me deal with my life and all of its hardships.
Tatami Galaxy in a way showed me that my life isn't that boring.
The Wind Rises inspired me to work, I don't know why, it just did.
Absolutely. I watched The Tatami Galaxy when I was having doubts about university. It helped me a lot.
I cook more.
I workout so I stay healthy in order to live longer so I can watch more anime comfortably.
Kaiji got me out of my neetdom.
My waifu helps me through my day to day life too.
Yeah I do that and if it doesn't sound dangerously close to anything I've heard lately (which it usually does) now I have fucking nothing.
A melody is not a song, it's not anything.
Maybe I should just do drugs.
Pic related reminded me that that was exactly how I was living and that i'll have to change.
You've clearly missed the message of Hidamari.
YES FUCKEN YES MR JOESTAR, I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONLY ONE ;_;,I OF COURSE DID IT FOR MORE REASONS AS WELL BUT...
LoGH really got me into thinking about governments and war a lot more.
Never expecting Kaiji to get so deep when it did.
Just rewatched Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo, and i realized that i'm becoming more and more like Dragon. Also the whole 'hard work doesn't pay off' deal, made me even more hardworking.
Also not really inspiring but Clannad AS, and Angel Beats changed me alot. Generic, yes i know. But holy fuck, i was a dork before watching those series'.
Sometimes anime has good ideas.
Good ideas that it then completely squanders by devolving into a standard derivative-of-every-old-cliche show. Where instead of using that good idea's potential, the idea becomes a minor footnote variation on the same old themes. Just another useless guy with a harem, with the cool idea wasted as background glitter.
I've got a few of these on the backburner, pending the time that I have enough story to develop one into a novel that actually develops the cool idea and runs with it. I won't have an overbearing Japanese editor and a shitty contract to force me into turning it into generic crap.
Welcome to the NHK taught me that only I myself can pull me out of the shit.
Ping Pong: The Animation taught me that the age of heroes are over, they are all dead and gone. Only the hero inside of me keeps me going, it reassured me to believe only in myself and not assume others may give a helping hand.
Master of Martial Hearts taught me that even though life is strange, hard and disturbing, with a different point of view, everything eventually becomes laughable. Don't think too much about it, just laugh and carry on. Take it for what it is.
I guess I may be the edgiest among us all but that's how I see it.