I'm not really good with bios and this was my first time. So here it goes....
I'm Cherry. Watching anime is like a getaway from the busy everyday life for me and I realised eventually that it's not only a source of recreation but also someting we can learn from ^-^ So I first watched anime when I was a 6th grader (Though I watched most of them in 2020)
Clanned was the first anime I'd watched. It's a highschool life based anime with comedy, romance, mystery and eventually a sad (or rather confusing) ending. I was annoyed to be honest cuz I watched two whole freaking seasons only to get an unsatisfactory ending. Maybe cuz I really got into the series and when the ending isn't satisfectory it's only natural that I'm sad (or even mad lol) I hate sad endings more than I hate eating radish (maybe some of you can relate?)
So I quit watching for the time being. But during quarantine when you have nothing better to do, all your friends are getting depressed, I thought it could be a great distraction and rewatched the whole series. And that's when I truely reasiled what it means to watch an anime, continue the journey till the end and feel a rollercoaster of emotions along the way.
I don't actually watch anime based on their ratings and there are so many of them out there underrated. So I guess I ain't the typical weeb. I enjoy watching romcom, slice of life, drama, action-comedy. Watching anime had me realise a lot actually. The necessity of laughter and imagination in our day to day life...
The world of imagination is amazing. But when I watch something to enjoy I certainly don't want depressing and unsatisfactory endings to leave me confused and maybe sometimes even angry.... and most of all it's embarrassing to have your siblngs laughing at you for crying over a TV series >.<
Though I'm a huge fan of rom-com and slice of life, I recently started watching action-comedy and shounen (recommendations needed!!) These are the animes I literally LOVED watching. Obviously there are a lot more and I can't possibly name all of them.
Every story is unique when you can connect with the characters and understand the unspoken.
When you smile thru tears watching the last episode of your favourite anime, you've been with them since the very start, don't they seem too attached to be just someone elses' imagination? Though I haven't watched a lot of animes yet, unlike you amazing people, I love this world of fantasy. Let's discover anime world and have fun together!
Those who survived till the end, thanks for visiting ^^ Have a great day!❣❤❣