I showed my brother and sister Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and it turns out that they really like it.
Worst part is, that they won't stop watching it on netflix during our visit in Long Island. Even when I want to watch something else like Star Trek, but its way better than having to stand adventure time. A blessing and a curse. But more of a blessing.
Attack on Titan is OH GOD WHY?! I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING! rough and "No matter how I look at it, It's not my fault I'm not popular" is OH GOD WHY DOES MY LIFE SUCK?! THIS LOSER IS MEEEEE! rough. I have not seen the anime of either but Watamote is still harder for me to watch.
I am the MISSINGNO Current world record holder for the longest case of the sniffles.
I personally relate to a lot of the bits about social anxiety and all. Like muttering quietly to teachers and cashiers (and basically other adults in general, really), or stressing about activities where I have to be in a group with people I don't know or are not even the barest of acquaintances with. Or having to stress about trying not to break down crying in front of people because I'm so stressed, and doing a pretty bad job of it at that and feeling awkward and dumb. :x
So for me, it's really painful to watch the bits I can relate to. It's also painful to watch the bits that I don't, since those are usually really cringe worthy, what with the dumb things she says and does and how desperate she gets...;;;
top gear tony 666 wrote:I didn't know people still pronounce it that way. Seems kinda pointless.
"Suddenly Frodo noticed that a strange-looking weather-beaten man, sitting in the shadows near the wall, was also listening intently to the hobbit-talk. He had a tall tankard in front of him, and was smoking a long-stemmed pipe curiously carved. His legs were stretched out before him, showing high boots of supple leather that fitted him well, but had seen much wear and were now caked with mud. A travel-stained cloak of heavy dark-green cloth was drawn close about him, and in spite of the heat of the room he wore a hood that overshadowed his face; but the gleam of his eyes could be seen as he watched the hobbits."