Mikakunin de Shinkōkei.
Mashiro is from a monster family of some kind (it's intentionally vague on the details) and ends up hypnotizing people somehow into not realizing that she's too young to go to high school, even though they still know her actual age.
So much lewd potential.
Here~~ (pretty sure you didn't mean this)
Oh nice, what kind of cookies?
Go back to where you came from faggot.
Christmas-spices flavoured chocolate chip cookies!
With ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.
They smell like happiness.
And before you ask, yes, I am prepared for ban.
Damn, now I want cookies, shouldn't have asked :3
That's not even THAT underage
I can write you the recipe if you want, they're really really easy
There's a lot of guesswork involved because I didn't really measure anything, but more or less you want to go for this:
150ml vegetable oil
half a tablespoon of baking soda
teaspoon of salt
teaspoon of ground cloves
two tablespoons of cinnamon
three tablespoons of ginger
two tablespoons of molasses
All the spices of course are to taste, I actually add some black pepper too. Just mix all the shit together, portion it onto a baking sheet and cook 10/15 min at 180°C (350°F)
When I don't fap to lolis, I masturbate while thinking 6-13yo kids.
There is nothing wrong with having fantasies.
Thanks, I'm gonna bake em' tomorrow :3
Probably shit, have used my oven in awhile, but I'll give it a go.
When you bake, always believe that you're going to bake the best sweets in the world.
Okay I will, it will be the best fucking cookies ever made!
>Would you like a stabbing? A strangling?
>Or maybe you'd prefer...a curse?
Nice, I tired to learn moon runes a long time ago, but was to lazy in the end.
It's nice being able to read untranslated doujins, which is all I ever use it for
This pic makes me titanium hard for some reason
Yeah, that kinda the reason I wanted to learn, but got bored.
Yeah, it's a nice pic, don't really know why th.
Could someone recommend me a good loli hentai anime?
For the kanji your best bet is using Anki, with the kanji one side, and on the other side the kunyomi and onyomi(s). There's nothing special about it, they are just the different ways in which the kanji can be read. There is no hard rule as to which reading is used in which context, but with experience you can guess pretty accurately.
I also started reading manga with furigana, trying to memorize new kanji as I came across them.
Once you have most kanji down (I'd say a 70-80% of the jouyou kanji should be enough), you can just go read whatever you want to read and look up the occasional kanji you don't know (google "kanji by radical lookup" and there are places when you can do that). Also, when you're memorizing, use mnemonics. And don't bother learning how to write kanji, it's 100% useless even if you want to live in Japan.
Garden Episode 1 has a nice scene at the end (censored)
Everyone loves Imouto Paradise (censored)
Daiakuji episodes 0 and 7 are almost entirely loli and should be uncensored.
Princess 69 has your sadomasochism needs met, and is uncensored, but the girls are a sit squarely on the oldest ends of the loli spectrum.
Every lolicon worth the title should see Imouto Jiru and Choisuji, but they're heavily censored.
Okusama wa Mahou is alright and uncensored.
Idol Kouhousei has delicious pink haired loli, but is censored.
Namanaka Hyaku Percent! is alright, but censored. Loli is a straight-up slut in it, though.
Some people swear by Little Monica, but it was never really my thing.
Anki meaning this site I assume
Thanks for the tips anon. I know learning is mostly useless, but for what I want to do its pretty useful, pretty much same reason as you
Yeah, back in the day I was using it there was no web interface, just a pc software. Now you can even sync it to your smartphone and all this other crazy shit. By that last "useless" remark, I only meant "writing" the kanji, mind you. Unless you plan on enrolling in a Japanese university all the Japanese you'll be writing will be through a keyboard, so being able to produce the reading and meaning of kanji when you see it is enough.
Yea sounds good. And good to know that there is an Anki app, I gotta get that. I have a ton of other JP learning apps, just not sure which one works best for me. In definitely more of an associative visual learner, so mnemonics will def help. How long did it take for you to be fully confident in reading kanji and are there still some times where you have to look one up?
It took me a year, but I was going really really slow. I'd spend more time building crazy complex systems to study than actually studying. Like when I'd parse text out of VNs and add furigana to it automatically, those were the days.
If you do it the sensible way (get a list of kanji, study them with Anki, read other shit on the side) I wouldn't be surprised if it took you half the time.
For normal words there will be maybe one kanji per book that I can't read, but this happens to Japs as well. For people's and places' names I do have to look them up often though, because those make absolutely no sense.
Very interesting. A lot less disheartening than I thought it'd be, with the time learning. Since I have you here I have a question that I'm not sure is a general rule when it comes to kanji in the same way as kana. For example, か can become が. And let's take the kanji 国 for this example. Looking it up it tells me the on and kun are こく and くに. But for example in 戦国(sengoku) it changes from k to g. Is this a universal rule that kanji may not explicitly list every variation it could have? Could kanji normally starting with S turn into Z with some words , H into B and P in the same way? Hope this isn't too confusing