Sup everyone ;)
I live in Denmark (a small country in Scandinavia, there has a lot of beaches and bad weather all year around), and love to watch anime! I'm a member of the Anime-planet's welcome committee and am very glad that I found this site, with people who likes anime just as much as I do. I also like reading mangas but I'm more into anime light-novels.
I like Japanese culture and hope that I some day can go travel there, with my anime buddy.
I'm a 21-year-old male, who likes all sorts of anime. I like discussing anime and make different kinds of lists, that you can see on my profile.
7 years ago did I stumble over anime, for the first time since I was a little 8-year-oldkid. I saw one of my friends seeing this weird series about a group of people how there fighting in a game of becoming a god (Aka future diary). I didn't pay much attention to it, even though it seemed to be very interesting and entertaining. I thought to myself, that this was just my style. The humor, the strong emotions, the fights, and the Japanise culture did for some reason make me interested in this strange genre called: anime. However, after I saw two episodes with my friend, didn't I think more about it. I didn't want to watch it for some reason. Instead, I went with my usual list of crime-series on Netflix (dexter, Hannibal, you name it) It was great, it was cool, but it also lacked something. It lacked emotion, awesome fights and that kind of humor that I really liked. So for about 2,5 years ago now, I went back to watch anime, to see what it was really about, and oh boy I wasn't disappointed. I come to really like it, and could suddenly remember why it was that I really liked anime as a kid.
It has sort of become a hobby of mine when I use so much time watching it with my brother and discussing with you folks. Even if I one day will grow tired of anime, doubt I that I will ever see it as a waste of time. Anime is entertaining and has opened a side of me, that I have totally forgotten about. I guess that you can say, that I have become a kid again.