Location: Calgary, Alberta
Joined Nov 07, 2009 at 09:07PM EST
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Gamer and forum troll extraordinaire (exaggerating, lulz), my uncanny ability to turn any situation against someone gets me into trouble every now and then. But, of course, I have self-restraint. :D
i c wut u did thar
Hmmm… Boxxy looks like this girl in my CALM class… and sounds like her and has this annoyingly loud laugh. Coincidence?
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Hi, the only reason they use her is because it’s perfect loli material, and 4chan is known for vast amounts of hidden CP.
According to ED, the original cat that was used to make the video was heavily drugged with morphine, is this a lie or an actual fact?
What is this, I don’t even-
Hm, I did my own personal research on this meme, and I did find out that the original Hamster on a Piano video came before Parry Gripp uploaded any songs about animals. But, one of his most famous sounds “Do you Like Waffles” was released one year before, so I wouldn’t rule out the possibility that he made animal songs after Hamster on a Piano was made.
Even then, he made numerous others before making his version of Hamster of a Piano using the original footage. It was disappointing that he had to take it out, but most people are too thickskulled to realize that nearly all of his videos have footage that isn’t his, and is only used to accompany his songs for an added effect.
Finally, I’m pretty sure the only reason that the original maker of the video got involved was because Parry Gripp was selling the song that he created on his website, www.parrygripp.com. Selling for monetary gain must’ve been the only reason the lyrical version of Hamster on a Piano was removed, but the song can still be downloaded for free on his website.
I think that the possibility of fetishism occuring in this culture should be pointed out, as most people that hear the word “furry” on sites like YouTube and 4Chan immediately jump to the conclusion of a person having a fetish-like attraction to animals, therefore having a semi-connection to beastiality.
I wouldn’t consider being an otaku a fad, it’s more of a lifestyle/interest type thing. Also, I would take out the gaming otaku, because to be honest, that should only apply if you play nothing but japanese games. Gamers that don’t play purely japanese games shouldn’t be classified as an otaku, they should be classified as a gamer (or geek, if you mean to be derogatory).
Finally, I believe there is a difference between an otaku, and a psychopathic otaku (lol, those pictures that are supposed to be examples of them, particularly the anime/gaming ones). You can watch a lot of anime and be an otaku, without going to the complete extreme shown. Or, you can watch a little bit and technically not be an otaku at all.