What's the purpose of movie versions of TV series?
Me too but now I just want a regular Schnitzel with a lemon and potato salad. Cordon Bleu just tastes so stupid in comparison, the cheese and ham completely kill the flavor of the meat.
It depends. Sometimes it only exists to give the manga more time to progress, sometimes it is a device used to help slow the pacing of the show. It's not always bad to have a content sparse episode if it's used as a mechanism to help the overall show be more digestible, constant bombardment with information can ruin a viewing experience.
Filler is an adaption thing and is used to pad out material to either make the source last longer or give the source time to release new material to adapt.
Full arcs and dull moments away from the main plot in an original series is not filler. Just boring parts of the story.
Are you perhaps overweight and like to eat everything you see? Or are you starving? I get no desire from that picture. I cannot understand how people get hungry from a picture.
There's plenty of anons suffering from depressive disorder. Even if they are physically hungry, they won't really feel hungry because they don't really care. That's why /a/ is thinner on average than /v/. Video games usually attract pro-active people and those don't often forget to eat.
When such a depressed person is reminded of food, their already existing hunger surfaces. (they probably still won't act on it)
I thought that was a ham and cheese croissant at first, holy fuck that looks delicious. I don't have anything to eat but a tub of nonfat greek yogurt though.
Filler is to pad out a show's length due to a lack of new chapters or a need to keep a show airing longer.
I have one of those same cutting boards.
Is that from down in Lockhart? NB's Session IPA is okay, and Lagunitas' Little Sumpin is meh, but most things from Karbach is A+. Would highly recommend, though the cans may be a bit off-putting at first glance.
Now I want Rudy's and a Karbach Mother-in-Lager.