Thanks, Mr. Rogers. Your waifu is wonderful, by the way.
Anonymous, there are all kinds of anime. Action ones, romantic ones, silly ones, and ones for girls and boys of all ages. People are different, they like and do things for different reasons. There's nothing wrong with that.
You don't have to like your neighbor's favorite anime, and you don't have to hate it either. All that matters is that you realize that it's important that you both watch anime. You share a hobby, a bond with someone that's special. Your favorite anime is not my favorite anime, but that's A-OK, because I understand why you like that anime. And that's all I care about, that you have fun enjoying the same hobby as I do.
my life is worth living
>This is the very first thread I visited this year.
Thank you, Mr. Rogers! I think it's gonna be a beautiful year in the n/a/borhood.
>Hear and see so much love and praise for Mr Rogers
>TFW his series never made it to the UK
Well anonymous I remember my first anime as well. Call it a "gateway" or an "entry level" show or whatever you wish, but all that means is that for some people, Naruto holds a special place in their heart. It also used to be about hardwork overcoming talent, and while that may not be the theme today, I can understand why nostalgia for early Naruto can still cause people to claim it is their favorite anime.
I'm not a big fan of it, and you aren't either, but that doesn't matter. All you need to do is be a good neighbor and understand that for some people Naruto has a special significance, no matter how illogical it may seem.