I go back and forth between 'oh my bio is really cool' and 'wtf, is this a cringe-fest' so I decided to not have a bio at all
but no bio is also a bio
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hey, sorry inm just now seeing your last comment, haven't been too active here lately what with finals season approaching and stuff. i've been doing decent, thanks for asking! school has been getting progressively tougher though, particularly with my economics classes, which is what i'm majoring in/studying at college right now.
i know last time we were in touch you were preparing for some pretty big exams; have you already taken those, or still in the studying phase? and have you been watching any good anime lately?
haha yeah i would def recommend just watching the 2011 version of HxH, and Science Fell in Love So I Tried to Prove It was one that i was really excited to watch last year, but as it sometimes goes, there were plenty of other shows i was just as excited about, so it sort of got lost in the mix. i swear i'm gonna go back and finish it soon enough, hopefully before this summer, but first i've gotta catch up on all my seasonals; college has me lagging behind in all of them lol. but as for my thoughts on Science Fell in Love (which i'll refer to as RikeKoi from now on since im lazy), i really enjoyed the first 6ep's or so. it was pretty cute and the romance wasn't cringey, at least in my opinion. the character designs are also really pleasant and simple which is nice. i'd say it's a really solid show to turn to if ur looking for a lighthearted, wholesome watch, so once i get into that mood again, i'll definitely pick it back up
would love to hear ur thoughts on RikeKoi too if u get around to finishing it soon :)
i'm glad to hear that about Steins;Gate :) i really think you'll enjoy it a lot. and by Brotherhood, maybe you're referring to Fullmetal Alchemist rather than Hunter x Hunter? it's easy to get them mixed up since they're both shounens with recent remakes, but Fullmetal Alchemist is the one with the more recent version titled "Brotherhood". but if you're still planning on watching Hunter x Hunter, i'd personally recommend just watching the 2011 version, since (from my understanding) it pretty much covers everything that the original anime did, but also adapts much more of the material from the manga which is where the really good stuff starts
ah nice im looking forward to ur ramble on aot, just be warned (u might be able to tell from my ratings) u won't exactly be talking to the biggest fan of the anime series 🤐 but still, i'm excited for when u finish catching up haha. as for my current favorites, i actually just finished watching Steins;Gate and it was just great. i don't wanna speak on it too much and potentially spoil anything, but the way they fantastically build so many characters in just 24 episodes had me falling in love with the production as a whole. it's def one i'll remember for a long time as the entire character cast was amazing and it tells a really interesting story. and knowing how much of a smartypants u are urself, i think u might appreciate the scientific aspect of the plot; it's extremely unique.
apart from Steins;Gate, i'm now almost done watching all of Hunter X Hunter, which i'd recommend if ur ever looking for a good action-comedy shounen with some very well-executed emotional scenes (but these are mainly in the latter half of the show). if u do end up giving either of those a chance, be sure to let me hear ur thoughts :)
hey there, it's been a while. i'd be interested in hearing your thoughts on attack on titan at some point if you ever get the chance haha