Comedies work pretty well.
Jojo is pretty fun too considering we're all mangafags
>thinking that this is from a drama
>look at watermark.
lost my shit.
the squadcome to the apartment every Sunday to watch One Punch Man, have pizza and drinks, and play Smash.
Not him but perhaps he means that he has neet-esque interests and tendencies but he's not actually a neet.
In other words he doesn't fulfill the actual definition of a neet but he acts in a way that is typically associated with neets.
I watched Monster Musume every week with my literal bro. Shit was so cash.
He even bought me a Mia Daki.
You can't be a quasi-neet if you work full-time. Part-timers with less than 30 hrs a week are the only ones who qualify.
They're people who would be NEETs if they had a family or social security to support them, so they begrudgingly work just enough to pay rent and buy ramen.
Samurai Champloo baseball
Amagi Brilliant Park
and many more missing.
I only have three >friends and they all have decent powerlevels.
Kill la Kill
One Punch Man
Madoka Magica and Rebellion
Nice taste. I've only got two people that I even talk to but they're both cool guys with solid powerlevels. I feel sorry for those anons who can't experience such pleasures
I mean maybe if the cost of living in your area is exorbitant or something.
The idea is to just survive with food, a roof over your head, internet connection, and modest plastic butts. The bare minimum. Essentially the same lifestyle as a full blown NEET. I'd say full-time is more work than what is absolutely just get by with the NEET lifestyle
Nah. I introduced him to the manga back when it was being scanalated on /a/. Now that it got enough traction to get an anime, we kinda felt obligated to watch it.
>Having friends doesn't make you a normie.
Having normie friends makes you a normie
Having weeb friends doesn't
This isn't difficult. Friends in and of themselves don't make or break normie status. It's what kind of people they are and what you do with them that matters. But generally, more than say three or four friends and there's a pretty good chance you're normalfaggots.
We don't watch a lot together anymore but when we did it was violent 80's/90's OVAs and mecha
Watching shit like MD Geist, Cyber City 808 and Mad Bull 34 all laughing at it together was great fun
i watched nichibros with one of my bros
I just read and post here. That doesn't make me part of an "in group" in the psychological sense. The greatest strength of anonymous posting is that it makes it harder for idiots to form in and out groups.
I'm her brother.
No, there are no stories that I can think of between her and I, but we are physically intimate. I like to wrap her up in my arms as we watch sometimes.
Me and my roommate always watch Pokémon every Thursday, and one punch man every Sunday, we also saw parasite, punchline, and a couple of other animes as they were airing, only one or two per season while we have diner
I have actually been considering watching Orelmo with her. However, whenever I make a suggestion on what we watch, she ends up hating it. I tried Madoka one time and she said it was shit. So, I'll just let her stumble upon it in time.
We watch Naruto, One Piece and Bleach.
Sometimes we feel adventurous and watch
Boku no Pico
We got drunk and marathoned Kiniro Mosaic last week.
me and my buddies Garden of Words together on summer vacation
what a beautiful movie
Our personal experiences and thoughts, things outside of just our opinions on chinese cartoons, will inevitably leak into out posts and affect said opinions. It's these things that slightly identify us, even as anonymous, and as part of an online community and vague mentality we will associate you thusly as either part of the In Group or the Out Group.
It can't be helped. Denying it is foolish. Sure, in theory it's just a bunch of anonymous posts. But the content and context of those posts in the wider internet and world make it a bit more complex than that.
>we are physically intimate. I like to wrap her up in my arms as we watch sometimes.
>Get my nigga to watch anime
>Year later nigga uses some weeb words in our conversations like senpai and shit
Never ever again.
nigs and their anime consumption need to be tightly controlled. if not, the results can be disasterous.
Fuck watching anime with friends.
>friends want do 'marathon' anime
>I suggest something light-hearted so it's not too plot intensive
>friend of a friend who tagged along goes 'nuh-uh! I want fightan!'
>end up watching Darker than Black (which I've seen but I don't mind)
>frodos every few minutes every ep
>fightan guy just leaves midway
>bro tries his hardest to keep watching but falls asleep, I don't blame him
>finish season 1 the next morning
Polite sage for blogshit.
you're an oldfag and i like that
dude niggas just need fucking more respectable male figures in their lives so they aren't prideful about retarded as shit that they have no right to be (like enjoying anime)
its a fucking interest not your fucking identity
Thomas Sowell will never catch on blacks and I'll econ nigga friend to discuss monetary policy with.
/a/ is a bubble bruh
you don't seem to understand the concept i'm putting out, go look up anime niggas on twitter, facebook, etc etc
f you are one of those people who anime avatars everything then you are ( yes u ) are part of the problem
final question: do you use sempai IRL? if not then just pass on this whole conversation
Me and two of my friends watched all of Ideon over the course of two days
One of them left the room at the kid getting their head vaporized
When I was a kid, me and my normalfag bro watched Beyblade, Crush Gear, Digimon, Monster Rancher, Let's n Go, Captain Tsubasa etc.
And last night we watch Digimon Tri, he still likes it probably because muh nostalgia.
I've been rewatching Yu Yu Hakusho with my sister since I barely remember any of it and it was on after her bedtime back when it was actually on TV and she was jealous that she never got to watch it but I did.
It was an experience, I can tell you that much. I'd highly recommend anyone who hasn't watched Ideon to do the same thing and marathon it as hard as possible though, it was a fucking trip.
>positive relationships with women
let's say i work in tech support and one of the co-workers of the female genre keeps talking to me after i have fixed the problem in question
would this count as positive relationship
Shit I've watched: KILL la KILL, TTGL, Jojo, OPM, Darker than Black, Aria, Nichijou, SnK, Chaika, Cowboy Bepop, Monster, Soul Eater, Tokyo Ghoul, Saint Young Men, and other anime I can't remember with friends.
I also routinely rewatch series when I introduce them to others.
Made a friend of mine who only watches anime very rarely (and usually it has to have some weird element to it like Kore wa Zombie Desu ka or Panty and Stocking) start watching Sora no Otoshimono after almost a 0.7l of vodka in both of us at 2am at his place. Good times.
I had seen it before but it could not have been funnier in that moment and state of intoxication, both of us pretty much crying of laughter for couple of hours straight like complete idiots.
I watch most of the seasonal airing shows with my best friend.
A lot of non-airing stuff too.
Most recently we started Ixion Saga but when the mascot appeared in ep3 he flipped out and said we're dropping it for the time being.
I wish I could meet him in real life.
I only watch anime with anons on dischord and sometimes skype.
Here's an /a/a server if anyone wants to settle in for the holidays.
I'm pretty sure my friends don't watch Anime. There is only one girl I know of that reads the Tokyo Ghoul Manga but I'm way to beta to ask her to watch Anime with me.
And I actually think it's better that way.
Watched SSY with some of my bros. Fun as heck and we all have around the same powerlevel.
On a tangentially-related note, found out my cousin is a huge weeb. Probably has a higher powerlevel than I do.
>mfw she has Mel Kishida's and Noizi Ito's autograph on her wall
Housemate and I watch anime all the time, and our other close mates that come round a lot watch it with us as well.
I can't really think of one relatively close friend of mine that doesn't watch anime. They're generally pretty open minded.
Though a lot of the time I find myself preferring to watch it by myself, as we can't help but banter a lot and we sometimes end up not taking much in.
>not watching anime with your best bro
It's like you don't even want to form deeper friendships.
Its builds friendship.
How else are you gonna get out of this situation without people you can call for backup?
My friend and I had a good laugh watching the first half of SAO 2, I called the twist like 3 episodes in because of how the characters were presented in the OP.
We've also watched Afro samurai, and a few episodes of DBZ kai and Tonari no Seki-kun
Being a normalfag is like being a woman, a homosexual, or underage.
As long as you keep quiet about it and don't let your personal defects influence the posts you make, it doesn't matter.
Feel free to go to as many parties as you want and fuck as many sluts as you want. Just don't come here on /a/ to brag about it, don't try to convince people to abandon their waifus and give 3DPDs a chance, and don't complain about how anime panders to creepy otaku and demeans women.
>my opinion is law
go be non white some where else
This thread just happens to have a lot of /r9k/
>Shin Sekai Yori
So when that kissing scene happened, what are you guys feel?
I remember starting to watch Beelzebub with a friend, but she just fell asleep after some episodes.
Then she went full /tv/ and we stopped talking, so now I don't have any friends and watch anime by myself
Other than that, Soul Eater, P&S with Garterbelt, 07-Ghost and Higurashi
>having normalfag friends who doesn't understand anime
you don't feel bullyied bro? i hide my powerlevel everytime on public
No joke I met my best friend irl currently over a 4cha skype group, we turned out to be close to each other irl so we ended up meeting up and i'm pretty sure his gf think's we're gay.
>mfw we just circlejerk over EVERY kind of anime.
I have a friend who masturbates exclusively to crudely labeled hentai clips on porn streaming sites, but he won't watch anime. I just don't know anymore.
I'd rather not watch anime with someone at all, when it's just shounen, or ''normal'' shows. If we can't argue who's best grill and watch moe too I'm out.
If I had someone to watch with, I guess we'd watch slice of life or healing anime, possibly harem and/or ecchi. Because if he/she isn't into that, I don't want to be his friend, and if it's a girl I'd just fuck her and tell her to get out.
A couple of days ago I watched Night on the Galactic Railroad with a friend and we both didn't understand a thing, that was nice.
>almost every friday night
>best bro comes over
>play mgsv before we get too drunk
>once we're drunk we usually watch non non biyori, k-on, kill me baby, nichijou, lucky star, or another comedy
>order pizza and tip the delivery extra for coming out so late
>listen to music while we pass out on the couch
>pretend we're not gay for each other
gonna miss doing this once I move to college station
>have normie friends
>they don't mind my weeb shit even if it's on the darkest pits of hell
I don't know where I'm at. Around late high school to early college, I was a fucking otaku weeb shit who goes on buyfag sprees and stuff.
I'm on my grad year and I'm still like that but I still find myself meeting up with friends I made in college who seem unphased at my love for anime/manga.
Online friend made me watch Tokyo Ghoul with him.
>tfw Tokyo Ghoul
Normalfag is about shitty posters like you that blog about their social life instead of discussing anime. It never had anything to do with how pathetic you are looks, like you got the wrong idea from Reddit.
Yesterday I showed my friend and his little brother an episode of GuP. Dude commented about how ridiculous was the show, little brother liked the girls hairstyle.
I'm currently watching dragon ball super with that one guy who haven't seen and doesn't want to see anything else than dbz in his life, and also initial d with another one
sometimes i'm watching some eva episodes with a bunch of friend, I watched inferno cop too and this one was probably the best experience of groupwatching with friends irl
>It's not even my final form
In the last year:
Hibike, NGE, OPM, Haruhi, Akame ga Kill, Aldnoah, AnoHana, AssClass, Monogatari, Dokuro-Chan, Chuu2, Geass, Gakkou, Gate, Maou-sama, EotE, HxH, Alice in Borderlands, Valvrave, Parasyte, Penguindrum, NGNL, Oreimo, Ouran, Prison School, Psycho-Pass, Seto no Hanayome and SAO,
9 Hours later but here you go
Comedy anime or nonsencial are pretty much the only ones that work at least in my group. Movies like Redline work pretty well too.
For example, pic related was a blast with
ger dub. Just leave your brain behind and enjoy the tentacles and worms.
Its not the 7 meter long one or whatever.
The better question is when did my brother lose enough faith in me to find it acceptable to buy me a daki.
I don't know.
He bought himself the Papi pillow the filthy degenerate. His girlfriend thinks its cute and has it openly on the bed to the cringe of my brother.
>but she just fell asleep
Is that where the fun begins?
Me and my friend are reading Umineko's VN together. He reads up until the first twilight on his own, then we watch the rest together.
Episode 4 was so much fun, (except for fucking Ange, he read from the manga for those parts)
Say what you want about booze and normalfags, but drinking alone isn't normal at all. A good bottle of wine every weekend or so and some animu enhances the experience, specially for rewatching.
A boy falls in love with a girl.
Unable to confess, he is gifted with by a deus ex machina with the girl's phone number. Never minding the strange area code, he immediately calls her, and is overjoyed to find out that she has a crush on him as well.
But, the next day, when he recounts the previous day's confessions to the girl, she only looks at him with a perplexed expression. After some investigation, he finds out that the girl he called is not the same girl he fell in love with. In fact, she doesn't exist in this universe at all. She is the girl's alternate universe counterpart, who has fallen in love with the MC's own AU self, who too is blissfully unaware of her crush.
Hijinks ensue as the two strike up a deal to give each other their darkest, most private secrets in order to equip the other with the weapons they need to conquer the heart of their other selves. While the two chase their respective loved ones, DRAMA ensues as they begin to fall in love with each other instead and question the NATURE of LOVE.