Joined Apr 18, 2011 at 02:16AM EDT
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Commented on Xbox.
What the fuck is with everyone and constant internet connection to play?
I mean, seriously. It seems like “Xbox One” (cringe) is taking more steps backwards than forwards. Except not even, since it doesn’t have backward compatibility.
Fuck this new Xbox.
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I think I have a new favourite reaction face.
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…and chew bubblegum.
And we’re all outta bubblegum.
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This is a much shorter version of the full image, which is in this gallery somewhere…
This doesn’t invoke the same level of feels as the full life story.
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“Carpe Diem” means to not procrastinate and get your shit done. I find it highly ironic that high school students would say that.
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Oh. This episode.
The second panel could’ve been worse though…
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The Facebook page is insane. The internet really is in uproar right now.
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When I look at the Link ones I just go straight to the CD-i panel.
Commented on K-On!.
Hmmm…I’m not really a fan of K-ON. For how popular it was, it wasn’t very interesting. You’d think they would have more music in a band anime. Admittedly, their (very few) songs were pretty okay.
But sure, K-ON is popular as hell, on and off the web. Try looking for a figurine store in Hong Kong that DOESN’T drown you in K-ON figurines, and tell me ASAP please. I swear I’ve seen at least 1000 different sets.
Add a bit more content to the article, especially about its online fandom (nice to see this is classified as a subculture and not “le may-may”).
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It’s more that you seem like an asshole in real life if you derail a conversation because of grammar, but online, no one gives a fuck about others.
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Commented on magnet.
I’m not trying to start any arguments here, but for the sake of discussion, let me say a few things.
Sure, magnet has the iconic headphones, but you’re mistaken if you think Melt doesn’t (umbrella and flower barette). Songs such as Black Rock Shooter, VOiCE (the robot) and Hello Planet (the plant) also have their iconic symbols.
In fact, here’s a video where you can try look for them (there’s a lot): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dq7vM0hQok
As for Luka, I’m fairly certain that “Just Be Friends” is her most popular song, and Double Lariat is up there somewhere. Yes, magnet is popular, but I’m just saying we need justification.
Of course, I love magnet too (I tried learning it for piano, but damn it gets hard- I can do the beginning solo though…), but keep working on it.
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First line is not necessary.
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Aaaaand…faith in humanity has just dropped even further.
People being punished for being polite? Just another day here on good ol’ Earth.
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Mostly the pizza hut.
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Oh the memories…
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“Race mixing is communist”
Nice to see idiots’ insults haven’t progressed much in 40 years.
Commented on magnet.
Needs proof of spread, since Vocaloids already have their own section.
Also needs justification on why this particular song, as opposed to say, “Melt”, which I believe is more well-known…?