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I also just log in from time to time now just to update my watch list.
I still watch a lot in my case n still love doing so XD
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Oooh, The Fables definately looks interesting. I'm putting in my readlist. SoLs are one of my favorite genres I always find some personal enjoyment regardless if the title I find is good or trash. Kaguya-sama I unexpectedly loved not because it was SoL but because it's the only time I enjoyed a "will they, won't they" formula more than the actual romance, I loved seeing the MCs tormented for the sake of the formulla and I liked the parody comedy used in the series. Plus they get creative with what they display and I don't think I found a frame lasting more than 5 seconds. Also there are a lot of scenes you can watch out of order as long as you know the premise and the characters' names (except the fianl episodes of each season). It's definately an easy fun watch depending if it appeals to your brand of humor. My husband wasn't into the series after the first 2 episodes but he did pop in for a couple of scenes afterwards.
It's also the same for me in Kuwait though if not more iffy. I forgot to mention that I need a VPN for non-family friendly stuff . Or sometimes I get lucky and it's in front of me for grabs because our govenment is that stupid to miss explicit content if that medium doesn't explicitly show it in the front cover.
In your early 20s I think it is a good time to take relationships as a fun, experimental and learning experience (but with caution mind you) and not as the time to find a life partner like in your late 20s and early 30s. I never dated before getting married, but at best I took mental notes when I met suiters.
I only saw the first season of the anime. It's so bare minimum and by the numbers and the animation is off putting and I never bothered to watch season 2 (Though I heard that one is a bit better). I did like the second OP song a bit. I think I only hate it so much because I love the games. It's just like the experince with the Corpse Party anime, ok if you didn't play the game, hate the anime if played the game and just watch it ironically for laughs. Funny enough both Ace Attorney and Coprse Party have solid manga apaptions.
I'm sorry to hear that. Sadly yes I have barely seen the original switch drop in price and the lite's price is no different and OLED is only more expensive because it's new. Only third party games' price would drop on the eshop or have sales unlike nintendo titles regardless if they're brand new or repackaged games from older Nintendo consoles. There is Yuzu for PC and Skyline for Android if you want to play Switch games in anyway.
Haha don't worry about it. I just said I barely like Anya so I'm not horrified by your opinion XD . Anime is definately an easier watch compared to the manga if you're just watching out of curiosity and Wit did an excellent job visually. My favorites are Ranking of Kings and Vinland Saga (MAPPA stole season 2 DAMMIT) and though they're not perfect in story I also love Vivy and Vampire in the Garden for the art, music, atmosphere and emotional depth in the characters. As for why WIT gave up AoT, only thing I could learn is that the small studio could not keep up with the demand of making AoT season per year while juggling other projects anymore (I heard no other studio besides MAPPA wanted to burden that work). Though I'm personally glad they chose passion projects over AoT and I don't blame them for giving up an overdemanding anime, I was worried about the money side. Other that AoT, most audiences don't care about the rest of WIT's catalog and they don't have any massive hits either. There was Vinland Saga but they gave up season 2 to MAPPA. Now with Spy x Family, the massive hit with less animation demands than AoT, hopefully the studio won't be financially and creatively bankrupt yet.
Definately will check them out. I actually like American history, especially the ugly honest side of it and especially Hollywood.
Woah for a moment I thought that was a corpse XP
I haven't binged as much anime as I used to compared to 2016 -2018 since I've shifted to gaming and IRL stuff is more frequent for me. On that note I've binged 3 seasons of Kaguya-same and Bastard!! OVAs and Series just this week XD
Sadly, yes that won't stop the creeps. It's easy for me to ignore them since I'm not using those platforms often and I block the ones who try to contact me. About women's rights in the ME you're partly right. for some ME countries (or notable ones) like mine and Saudi Arabia, one side consists of mostly man hating femenist women and the other side is men who want (still believe) that old tradition of women not going against men. I put myself in the middle because both sides basically make crazy demands at the expense of the other. plus it doesn't help that government members are full of idiots who don't know what's going on outside of their front doors. Kind of like we want to evolve as a society and we've had some progress but there's gonna be some idiots (in the context of "preserving tradition" )who will drag us back. we have all main stuff like FB, Insta, YT, TikTok, Netflix etc we just can't make content speaking out against the government.
well a casual marriage interview technically. We met each other through a third person who knew both of us personally. We chose each other and both parents agreed since they liked the other. Sadly here, men and women still don't know how to treat each other. Imagine the worst case scenario of being seperated from the opposite sex until you're +18 for work, college or marriage. It's funny yet sad to watch. I'm just glad my husband and I were level headed adults by the time we met. I hope your parents at least will let you choose your partner.
I hope all the best for your job/career
Sadly not that rich. I have to be choosy on what I really want to own physically and it's too expensive to turn into a hobby. Some physicals I got only cost me 20 to 40 dollors and I've got 2 collectors that cost me 150 to 200 T.T . For my wallets sake I'd have to resort to digital or emulation. I agree with you on the OT AA on steam visually sucks I wish they kept the pixel design from the DS but at least I got to play that dlc case that never made it to the first DS AA game. Newer ones are a mix bag for me but nothing beats the OT. My little Brother has the physical DS games including Ace Attorney Investigations but won't let me have them. Ace Attorney Investigations 2 I hear is good but you've got to emulate that with a fan translation.
The Switch I half payed with my husband. Price for the old model dropped a bit compared to the Switch lite and OLED but you'd still need to put money on the side if you're buying it on your own and a Nintendo title would cost you around 60 dollars. Personally, with the switch is the most time I spend on gaming aside from Steam not because of Nintendo games but mostly Indie and anime games. I guess It's due to personal preferences. RPG mechanics I don't mind if it's not too on the technical side. Last game I played that wasn't too RPG for my taste was Ni No Kuni 2 (I liked recruiting citezens for my kingdom).
I like Spy X Family manga and the anime I'd say is a better way to experience the story. I'm not crazy about Spy X Family and I'm especially not that crazy about Anya like everyone else. I like her comedic role in the series but that's about it for me. Honestly I even automically skip any TikTok videos about Anya. I'm happy for the anime's massive success for Wit Studio's sake since they have gained a new big crowd pleaser after losing Attack on Titan to Mappa.
Man, Pulp Fiction was great. What do you recommend I watch next that offers the same?
I'd love to, but tickets and hotel is not cheap XP
If I can limp towards the Finish Line with some air left in my lungs so can you. You'll get your shining medal as well.
I know what you mean. I never would have imagined I'd have a weeb awakening +6 years ago and on AP daily XD
I don't mind your question. I didn't put it on my AP profile since I feel it's unnecessary bragging and nobody here is interested in my private life. I only mention it on apps like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter because that's where guys would harass me thinking I'm single.
I actually met and married my husband late in year the after I turned 25 which is my ideal not too young or old marriage age. But that really depends on the person not the number i.e my husband was 29 at the time. Don't blame you if you're not into marriage right now. When I was 21, I was trying to get a job, figuring out myself, living the life as an adult out of school, etc and marriage was the least of my interest. At 23 I met candidates for marriage to get used to communicating with men and study what I want in a husband and my husband did the same at 27. By the time we met each other it was the right place, right time, both mentally mature and had compatible interests and values and here we are. My advice is don't think about marriage now especially when you just got out of school. Prioritize yourself for your job, interests, passion, self growth and learning how to socialize is a must. Take it from an introvert.
I don't blame you, I'm way too deep into games myself be it the game or the history surrounding it. You're probably right since I'm new to emulation and I only emulated one 3DS game so far and I guess nobody cared about that game enough to decrypt it. But hey at least this tech dum dum learned a new trick. I saw what you did xD. I still have my 3DS and I'm the type to collect as much physical copies I can and would only emulate if I can't find or afford the game XP. The first Ace Attorrney trilogy I adore during the ds days and actually bought it on steam. Kirby Star Allies I enjoyed but I so far I love Forgotten Land more though I'm an action adventure person so maybe personal bias. currently I'm buying Fire Emblem Fates even though I suck at tactical rpgs. I don't know what I was thinking
Mostly current season animes like Spy x Family, Tomodachi Game, Shield Hero S2, Birdie Wing, Summer Time Rendering, Aharen, Shikimori, My senpai is annoying, Komi S2 and Love after World Domination. One old Anime: The Mysterious cities of Gold and random shows/movies I've binged: What we do in the Shadows, Sweet Tooth, Pulp Fiction and The Fifth Element.
This Weekend I'm going to Dubai and next month Singaphore and Indonesia.
On my last year of college I've worked the hardest. My motivation was: it's my last year I really want to get out and I could not risk dropping my GPA otherwise I'd stay an extra semester XP. Congradulations on graduating and lots of luck and power to you on your MBA.
I wish I had a caring beautiful Oneesan
Man You're lucky to have rain. We only get light showers in the winter. As I'm typing this it's 109 F and it's past 6 PM. I'm sweaty before I get to the gym. What's worse is our hottest month August is yet to come. I think Kuwait (where I'm from) entered the guiness world record for the heat XD. Swimming is a must While I'm at the gym.
So far I've emulated games from childhood like Ed Edd n Eddy, My Disney Kitchen and Tigger's Honey Hunt. I played The Simpsons Hit n Run until completion, currently playing Breakout 3D and Boku no Natsuyasumi and planning on Metal Gear Solid ps1. I'm trying out emulation on different consoles. When I played Attack of the Friday Monsters, a 3DS eshop exclusive, I had to learn about CIA 3DS Decryption in order to make the game a playable rom on my pc. I've also played The Munchables, a wii game, on my pc with a real wii remote and can proudly say I've played till completion. I've got a notebook of titles I want to emulate (especially DS games).
Sadly I'm not great at fast paced platformers. I remember playing Super Mario 1 20 years ago without the save slots and cried from losing when I could only go as far as World 2 XD. Platformers I've played like Kirby Star Allies, Mickey's Castle of Illusion, Spiritfarer, Rabi Ribi and Tales from Space are more up my alley. But I'm not going to avoid platformers entirely and I'm interested in titles like Castlevania, Klonoa, Celeste, Hollow Knight, Pschychonauts and Grapple Dog. RPGs I'm kind of indifferent, I'd pick it up if it's fun or has a compelling story. Since I'm a very casual player I tend to lean towards games with a great story or that's fun to play alone for my slow pace be it retro, new or indie. My go to genres are visual novels, point n clicks, action adventures and experimentals but I will give other genres a try once in a while. Currently (other than emulation) I'm playing Kirby and the Forgotten Land, Lego Star Wars the Skywalker Saga, the Famicom Detective Club and whatever is on my Steam backlog.
All that talk about gaming and I didn't bring up what movies and shows I'm watching XD
I've got some upcoming plans to travel this summer but other than that a laid back summer
How's studying so far ? what year and major are you in?
As for marriage , yes I did tell you that I got married. I'm nearly in my fourth year of marriage.