She's really alpha when she finds a pussy she likes.
I guess that's a new record for the time after opening the episode until I got a heart attack.
This thread... is COMFY!
I love... COMFY THREADS!
>you will never own a pet 2D chibi catgirl
The hard edges on he cheek are triggering my vectoring autisms.
>getting forcibly waifu'd by a pussy-loving oujosama
NYANKO IS LOVE
Anon, you sound like you have some kind of brain defect. Having trouble with that additional dimension?
They need to have more screen time in total. This show being only 2 minutes long is a crime and an outrage.
Literally my cat,
I wish she was a nyanko.
DELET or else I'll fucking beat you.
Into a yuri romance if you ask me.
This show has got me thinking. Do you know what I have never seen? I have never once seen a cat-boy (thank god).
So this has me wondering how do cat girls breed? My best guess is that they must mate with a human. This would also explain why they look half human.
So just throwing that out there. Feel free to imagine all the cat girls in this show going into heat and breeding.
This might sound weird but does this show make anyone else feel like you have to actively concentrate on not breaking down and crying?
Like you can feel it real deep down that if you let it, it would be some intense, primal sobbing.
I can't explain why this show makes me feel this way. Must just be the unwilling realization that I will never live in this world, life will never be this happy or enjoyable for anyone, and I will never have adorable fluffy kitty people that wear cute little ties.
Could just be me though.
D-do you need a hug, anon?
I-I'm fine, I swear. It's just this show. I think this is the "healing" I hear so much about. All the anger, hatred, bitterness, and negativity I have built up of this world all comes bubbling up to the surface to be wiped away, like peroxide. It happened with Aria as well.
A forceful wife.
>I think this is the "healing" I hear so much about
What you're describing doesn't sound like healing to me. Aria brings me a profound sense of peace, it doesn't make me break down and cry.
That sounds more like catharsis than general "healing," really. I feel the same when watching Haibane Renmei, and more recently when I watched the Fafner series.
Having a nice big cry every so often is nice.