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Larkawolfgirl

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  • Joined Jun 20, 2008
  • 20 / F

College student who wastes most of her life thinking about fictional characters. I like all genres but I'm not big on episodic, monster-of-the-week, sports, or slice-of-life.  

I'm thinking of going through and reevaluating my ratings. 

Funniest anime I’ve seen: Ghost Stories

Most romantic (or in this case lovey-dovey) anime I’ve seen: Fushigi Yuugi

Saddest anime I’ve seen: Clannad After Story

Most dramatic anime I’ve seen: Elfen Lied (story wise), Ef Tales of Memories (animation wise)

Most actiony anime I’ve seen: Fairy Tail

Boringest anime I’ve seen: Yami to boushi to hon no Tabibito

Shortest anime I’ve seen: Hairy Tale (1 minute)

Longest anime I’ve seen: Dragon Ball series

Scariest anime I’ve seen: Ghost Hunt

Weirdest anime I've seen: Cat Soup

Anime with the most nudity: Sekirei

Anime with most character deaths: Code Geass

VAs I've Met:

Vic Mignogna

Johnny Yong Bosch

Christopher R. Sabat

Todd Haberkorn

Monica Rial

Cherami Leigh

Stephanie Sheh

Alexis Tipton

Greg Ayres

Things I love:

Stories with meaning/sybolism, Examples: Clannad After story (still trying to understand that one fully), Naruto (there is some), Wolf's Rain (which is mostely symbolic, at least to me (only because I am such a wolf freak which is why it makes me so sad)), Avatar the Last Airbender (lots of meaningfullness there), kick-ass women (Alice from Resident Evil, Alice from American McGee's Alice, Buffy from Buffy the Vampire Slayer), anything with wolves, characters with developement, psychological stories, and fantasy.  

Things I don't like:

Stupid people (Paradise Kiss, Loveless, some side peoples in Strawberry Panic) Stories that have endings such as them waking up and it all being a dream and meaningless (first Pokemon movie).

Some Favorite Characters Not listed:

Larka (The Sight), Zuko (Avatar the Last Airbender), Squall (FFxiii), Vivi (FFix), Serah (FFxiii), Noel (FFXiii-2), and Cheshire Cat (American McGee's Alice), and Fredrick (Eternal Sonata).  

Some OTPs:

Kurogane/Fai (Tsubasa), Homura/Madoka (Madoka), Axel/Roxas/Xion (KH), Riku/Sora/Kairi (KH), Nowaki/Hiroki (Junjou Romantica), Clear/Aoba (DMMd), Jellal/Erza (Fairy Tail), Kagami/Kuroko (KnB), Future Gohan/Future Trunks (DBZ), Naruto/Sakura (Naruto), Yuuri/Wolfram (KKM), Shizuo/Izaya (Drrr), Tamahome/Miaka (Fushigi Yuugi), SaitoxLouise (Zero no Tsukaima), Inuyasha/Kagome (Inuyasha), Yogi/Gareki (Karneval), Aladdin/Alibaba/Morgiana (Magi), Oz/Gil (Pandora Hearts), Ichigo/Orihime (Bleach), Mikasa/Eren/Armin (SnK),  Barnaby/Kotetsu (T&B), Rin/Shiemi/Yukio (Blue Exorcist), Rita/Estelle (Tales of Vesperia), Kaworu/Shinji (Evangelion), Ed/Winry (FMA), Aang/Katara (Avatar), Ikuto/Amu (Shugo Chara), Soul/Maka (Soul Eater), Nami/Robin (OP), Fakir/Ahiru (Princess Tutu), Lelouch/Shirley (Code Geass),  Zero/Yuki (Vampire Knight), Germany/Italy (Hetalia), Makoto/Haru (Free!), Kyo/Tohru (Fruits Basket), Sebastian/Ciel (Black Butler)

        

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Facey says...

Thank you very much for the kind welcome ^-^

Sep 14, 2014
MAT407 says...

Thanks, I will! :) 

And yeah. Lol. Everyone seems or thing FLCLs amazing, but I couldnt stand it at all. 

Sep 14, 2014
Velu says...

Sometimes the old-fashioned way is really the most reliable way, isn't it? You can lose a great amount of data so easily when you have it on your computer. And I've never learnt to back up my files regularly.

Personally I haven't decided how I'm going to take notes in classes yet. I suppose that in my language classes it would be best to have a pen and a piece of paper to write on but I'm not sure about geography and history of Japanese cinema. I kinda don't want to have to lug my laptop around but I'm not sure how safe it's doing to be to just leave it in the dorm room.

Well, I wish them both the best of luck no matter how long they stay together. And when they decide to part, I hope it will be on good terms.

Your classes would feel so weird to Czech students. We had discussions in class mostly just to take a break from the overload of facts and theories, so having a class based on discussion would feel a bit like doing nothing for us. But perhaps university will be different.

Oh, you mean Justin (the blonde). He can be mean but he's actually kind of a sweetheart. He is naive but doesn't stay that way for all that long. I don't know, I'd come to love all the characters eventually. Like the lesbian couple, Lindsay and Melanie, I didn't like them at all at first and I found Melanie (the brunette) especially unattractive but by the third season I couldn't get enough of her, both because of her looks and her personality. And Michael (the main guy's best friend) is a great character, too (and his mother is awesome).

So what are you doing this weekend? I went to visit my primary school history teacher yesterday and it was great. I felt stunned at how much our school has improved. They now have a lot of exchange student, sports events and stuff...five years back we were lucky to have a Christmas high jump contest :D. But the bell is kinda creepy. It's not a normal bell sound anymore, now they have various "music" and the one piece I hear sounded like something between a wedding and a funeral march, which was supposed to announce the end of the break :D.

Sep 13, 2014
Velu says...

It really seems that computers don't like you, senpai :).

Wow, I know that big age gap is rather common in relationships (even more so in same-sex relationships, it seems) but that's really something. It's like imagining I started going out with my history teacher, whom I had a crush on (and going to visit on Friday). I reckon it's really tough making the relationship work even if Daryll is really a goof.

Maybe Matsumoto-sensei writes it that way so she would make you pronounce it as a long "e" sound instead of making it sound like "ey". Depending on the speaker, the pronunciation is kinda blurry, mostly it sounds as if you swallowed the i at the end of the word. Buf if you were let's say a karate practicioner, you would know the word and pronounce it the English way so maybe it's because she wants to kick English speakers' bad habits? It's just a wild theory though. Or does she write it sensee in hiragana, too? Because then I wouldn't have any idea why.

The both classes sound like something I would really enjoy despite what the grading would be like. We had some discussions on those topics in Humanities but they were mostly only attempts. We weren't led to voice our own opinions often so when some teachers actually tried to stir up a discussion, it tended to be really stiff.

I rather like sports but only things you can do alone or in small groups like swimming or badminton. I actually used to play weekly with my uncle but then things got in the way and for some reason I never started playing with him again.

Working with children can be really rewarding though. I'm sure Heather will do alright.

I really think you could like Hormones then. Give it a try. There's this one character, her name is Dao and she has the sweetest smile and she writes fanfiction. Sorry if I'm repeating myself, I just can't get over her :D.

Well, I think that plot-wise, QaF is well worth watching but everyone has their own taste :). It's just that I like it much more than L Word even though I should be partial to a series with lots of women.

God, I'm really high on genmaicha today. My friend introduced me to this lovely tea-house that's actually really close to where I live and I didn't know about it at all. And they had really sweet waitresses :D. Sometimes, looking at beautiful women (in the most polite way, I should add) puts me in such high spirits. Like, I always try to make eye contact - not really for flirting purposes (though maybe a little) but it just makes me feel good. Granted, it's kinda in their job description to be pleasant but not every waitress really is.

Sep 10, 2014
Velu says...

He has a boyfriend :)? Cool. Do you ever hang out with them both?

Aww, poor senpai. That kind of thing happens to me all the time. So you wrote your test in romaji? If not, how did you spell it then? As "se" + "n" +"e" + "i" or "se"+"ne" + "i"?  It just occurred to me that it's actually hard to make a spelling mistake in Japanese only out of thoughtlessness. Even just the hiragana symbols make you more focused so things like accidentally leaving out a letter don't happen so much. Though I guess you could accidentally mistake one syllable for another.

As for bothering your sensei for no reason, anyone can make a mistake so don't feel too bad about it. And I guess I should follow my own advice when I do something like that as well.

So what kind of class did you have with that professor?

So England wasn't one of the main countries in Hetalia:D? I feel bad for such an imperial power of old. That quote is kind of hilarious by the way :D. 

Oh, I completely forgot about bathroom breaks. Wonder if I'll find the time. I hate to leave in the middle of a class so I'll need to be careful about how much I drink and when :D.

I seriously doubt there's gonna be any free food for us since it wasn't all that expensive. As for sports games, I'm not sure how it works at our uni or even if there are any games you can attend at all.

You don't have to pay any tuition till you reach 26. So unless you're going for a doctorate degree there's a good chance you completely avoid it since you have up to 7 years of free studying. And we can go to any state university in our country and I think that in Slovakia you don't have to pay tuition either. We have private universities, too, but they're not really popular or especially prestigious. Also those are mostly only business or media schools, maybe some law schools but the range of subjects they're offering isn't much to speak of. As for the quality of education they provide, it's debatable. It's true they tend to have better equipment but no one really knows if they have better teachers and it's said that those universities don't really demand much of a student.

Basically, I'll be paying only my living expenses. It's also possible to request a stipend for that but I don't think my family's income is low enough that it would be granted.

Sounds like you really did have fun :). So, does Heather not like working with kids?

I'm still at home (aka my grandma's place). I have one more week to go. It's still up to debate whether I'll move into my dorm next Thursday or Friday.  

Well, a friend of mine introduced me to this lovely Thai lesbian movie called Yes or No so when I discovered Hormones, I didn't hesitate to dive into it. I think you could like this series. It's not as gruff as Skins. There is some sex but the shots are much less explicit than in your average US series, there is some drinking but not too much and other than nicotine, no drugs appear until the second season and that's only one character. And it has a lot of cute couples, at least in my opinion :). Especially the two boys were my favourite though I actually enjoyed the straight couples, too, which seldom hold any appeal for me.

And Thai language is lovely. It's also much easier to decrypt than Korean though as of yet I haven't managed to quite reproduce its sounds :D.

So, which version of Queer as Folk did your friend try to get you to watch? The US or the UK version? I didn't like the UK version but I fell in love with the characters in the US version rather quicky.

What I appreciate about Skins is its sense of realism though it's tough to say whether it was too exaggerated or not since I don't hang out with similar sorts of people to judge whether they're really that messed up. What I hate about many UK series though are reboots. It often happened to me that I'd just come to love all the characters, then the season ended and the next one they go a reboot the series with completely different characters.

Sep 10, 2014