What are some stupid things you do because of anime?
I never kill spiders.
I rub my neck
I scratch my the side of my head
These, and I've added nani, yamero, etc. to my daily vocab.
I used to do the naruto run back when I was around 8, because I marathoned a shitload of Inuyasha with my sister and thought it was the dopest shit. I'm eternally grateful for the bullying I got that made me kick the habit
>cottom buds to clean ears
hurting spiders means hurting rachnee, i can't do that
I used to scratch my head and say "yo" has greetings. After seeing a guy saying "sank you", I started to kick the habit because I noticed how cringy one sounds.
*Blocks your path*
Anyone who doesn't do this is a barbarian.
What's funny about these guys is they look almost identical to small huntsman spiders, which are about as harmless as they come.
Either way, my answer is to move it outside and go about my business.
You must make everyone around you cringe to fucking death holy shit. Time to stop doing that if you don't want people thinking you're an idiot.
I've never added shit from anime to what I do, because talking like an anime character is equivalent to getting your talking points from soap operas.
The most anime thing I ever did was when a girl who had a crush on me told me bye and to be careful as I walked away from her, I just slightly raised my hand without turning back or saying a word. I felt so cool.
Yeah but she thought I was cool and mysterious because I did the whole aloof anime protag routine.
I adjust my glasses like pic related
Made my family not wear shoes while indoors
I crack my fingers with my thumb like those autists from Tokyo Ghoul but in my defense I've been cracking my fingers since I was a kid and simply never thought to do it that way before. Still more effective to pinch your finger at the base of your hand with your other hand while pushing up and down. If someone says bye to me while I already started to walk away I'll just wave to them as if they were in front of me or twist my forearm around to do it that way.
The most anime thing I have ever done is having sex with my little sister's best friend.
I love spiders too. I had a recent ant problem and managed to get rid of them all, I went to check on the spider in my bathroom and found a pile of dead ants near it's web, motherfucker was helping out.
Come on dude, not killing them should be the standard unless you live in Australia or some shit like that, and even then they probably have other venomous critters to worry about enough to care about a spider. It's not like we're doing you any harm and in fact are helping you.
As for the question, pic related and some japanese words justified only due to studying japanese. Saying "tadaima" in a slovenly and lazy fashion is customary whenever I get to a place where my mother is though. Always got a free pass for that due to the "ma" at the end which she took as if I was calling for her.
hang out around elementary schools trying to make friends with little girls
Fucking this, we had a moth infestation in our house from some old grain most of year ago, the little house spiders did some damn fine work in cutting down their numbers so we could find the source. I would catch the moths without killing them and toss them into the spider's webs as payment for their service.
I'm not a spider
>I'm not a spider
That's exactly what a spider would say.
I ALWAYS kill spiders.
The only dance I know is the roper dance, it's not actually a great party trick
as for idle habits I guess I rotate my shoulder joint more than necessary, but I started doing that after I fractured it, which was before I was really into anime
>Take one of these fuckers from the kitchen
>Turn on water
Recently I picked up the yareyare that I dropped from Kyon back up with added da ze because of Jojo.
I also started doing Haruhi's facepalm from the "asobou" part of the Hare Hare Yukai because of Yohane.
Neck rub/scratching back of head got added years ago because Kingdom Hearts but that doesn't count as anime I guess
Picked up "yo" as a greeting
Probably the worst is that hearing a strange noise outside at 2 AM makes me say in the nicest voice that I can make happen, "Dare? Dare desu ka? Daijoubu da yo, koko ni iku." Pretty sure I have something wrong in translation there... also I'm gonna get myself shot by an intruder one day instead of the interesting conversation about their story I want to have and why they're breaking into people's backyards.
If I'm being dramatic I tend to switch to a low voice.
Gary Oak taught me to raise one hand while walking away to wave bye.
If I can help it I'll usually avoid wearing shoes in my room. However, I'm too lazy at sweeping etc to actually make it worth it, so I give up.
Using Japanese "ne" at the end of sentences instead of Leaf "eh"
Yuki Nagato says sou. I say sou.
Bad habit of making HAA attacking noises or even saying HAMON lately because lungs continue to overproduce mucus after a bout of pneumonia and so it feels like something's happening when I clear it out
Knowing the Hare Hare Yukai and Snow Halation dance and subtly adding parts of it to regular dancing
Nodding/slight bowing as acknowledgement or a passing thank you to strangers
same because im in the middle of it
nice work itsuki koizumi
Australians. Enough said.
Personally I keep daddy long legs in my room though, they're my defense network against mosquitoes, my mortal enemy.
I've saved the above spiders on multiple occasions. Anything else dies. The less things that try to bite me in my sleep, the better.
No, you haven't.
Likewise, I bow slightly (basically head nodding) when briefly interacting with people.
I also thank my dad for the food at the end of every shared meal (in English, let's not get crazy).
Honestly they're habits I decided to maintain when I noticed them because they come off as polite.
The most cringe habit picked up in high school was tapping index fingers together like goddamn pic related when uncertain. My mother noticed and teased me about it, probably because she's a good mom.