>ywn save her from her shitty job and unhappy life
>ywn protect her smile
So is anyone else watching this show?
The ending is gonna be depressing as fuck isn't it?
I'm fucking scared that the cat will end up dying in the end because he's already old and having trouble climbing shit like active cats do and that at that moment she'll get her shit together and complete her goals and dreams although it's a good way to end it.
This thread just made me start it, didn't know the cat was old.
I'm already getting feels, my cat died a couple of years ago and I miss her so much still. (She was 12.) Good news is I saved a stray cat a couple of weeks after she was gone, she gave birth to a kitten and he's a total bro. (His mom got killed in a car accident in front of my house a couple of months later though RIP.)
Does anyone else love this Mcdonalds chick.
I keep finding people who defend Erased as a great thriller instead of a mystery story and that it is great for what it’s trying to achieve. My question to these people is what makes a thriller thrilling?
If we stick to presentation, it’s a combination of eerie music, dark colors, and worried characters. Yet, saying it gave you feels is not enough by itself. There needs to be well handled tension within the actual story.
What counts as well handled? Anything that doesn’t involve any of these plot devises.
TIME SKIP / TRAVEL / RESET
AMNESIA – BRAIN...
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so have you picked your new wife yet?
After Monogatari ends, what will be Shaft's next big thing?
>inb4 childish jokes about male genitals
What is the appeal of being stepped on the face by a beautiful girl?
For those on /a/ who don't have a waifu, what are your reasons for not having one?
I treat it as something of a joke.
Was it really that bad?
It was incredibly mediocre, predictable in a way that wasn't entertaining, and somehow managed to follow the same formula as Eureka Seven and do it this badly.
Also, that part with the CG floating vegetables was weird as heck.
Watch it yourself if you really want to do so, everyone's taste is different after all. Maybe you'll end up liking it where I did not.
>Monogatari innovated the harem genre
>Love Live innovated the idol genre
>Madoka innovated the magical girl genre
>Osomatsu is a generic Japanese comedy with a bunch of references and fujobait
Is Osomatsu the worst mega hit of the decade? As expected of something aimed at women...
>Attack on Titan
>Kill la Kill
>Boku Dake ga Inai Machi
Scientifically speaking, what are the psychological reasons that explain why we end up hating fairly enjoyable but massively popular shows?
What are you planning to watch?
kuroki not really that creepy or crazy.
give her tender hugs and kisses
For me it's the Hikigaya Hachiman. Intelligent, nihilistic, and with a wicked sense of humor.
Bossun from SketDance. Drawfag, makes really bad jokes/funny faces. Like to help others. Main character.
What make "Erased" special?
I Can't understand
When an anime comes around, even if it has the worst plot possible as long as it's animated just a little bit better than what people are used to, redditors will scream AOTS at the top of their lungs. This rings true this season because Erased is just a giant asspull and redditors are fucking eating that shit up.
Also refer to: SNK, SAO, OPM
who will be her first?