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I'm feeling good today, I done more paperworks than yesterday, I was praise by our head, I've learn new marketing strategy, and I finish watching my new favorite anime.  Shy


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Hi there my names saucypasta , interested to getting to know everyone and posting here. :)

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There are many different types of anime with several genres in one. That’s include Romance, Action, Adventure, Horror, Drama, Comedy, Mystery, Sports and Slice of Life more.. But still, it’s not the main point of why people are so fun of watching anime.

Here are some of my reasons why I love anime.
1. First of all the Story, most of the amazing stories will gives me a mind-blowing, goose bumps, and even inspired. 

2. Second is the Characters, some anime might have a boring character, but some will make you awe, speechless and respect. Some Anime Characters that will surely get your attention are Saitama of “One-Punch Man”, and Tanya of “Saga of Tanya the Evil”. 

3. Third is the Scenes, most of them have stunning and very pleasing landscapes that leaves you a satisfying feeling. Some very attracting scenes for me are from anime “You’re name” and “Princess Mononoke”.

4. Fourth is Wisdom and Meaningful Concept because most of Anime teaches the viewers a lesson and smart things to do.

5. Also Friendship, Most anime has this and it clarifies most of viewers how to value and appreciate friendship. Some anime that shows best example the value of friendship are “One Piece” and “HunterXHunter”.

6. Lastly, very Surprising and Exciting. The best parts about watching anime is how often it can surprise us. Sometimes for the better and sometimes for worse. In Anime nothing is impossible! Some anime that excite and surprise me the most are “The Irregular at Magic High School” and “One-Punch Man”.


Thank you for reading! Please hit "like" if you like my post.  Shy

What are some specific ways to decide if anime is of good quality?  On the other hand, though, do you feel that anime is massively subjective - or at least somewhat subjective?  Myself, I agree that it's somewhat subjective.

Is anyone of the opinion that anime outside of Japan wouldn't be that good?  On the other hand, do you feel that's a narrow-minded view?  Anyway, I think it's possibly closed-minded as several other things have crossed cultural lines - like blue eyed soul, for instance.

Certain types of stories are vastly cliche. In that case, some have claimed that writers need to explore new ways of expressing themselves. However, though, I'm sure others say that "tried and true" methods are the best.

Sometimes your anime hobby could be a block socially with others.  In that case, how can one deal with the fallout?  Does anyone make compromises or do you just don't care?  Myself, I see no problem to limit something you enjoy - unless it's really hurting others or yourself.  For instance, if I'm studying for a big test at school, then it might be a wise decision to put-off or reduce other things.

After you've gotten used to the popular anime out there, you might want to see more.  However, it might be a tough challenge.  In that case, what are some recommendations for broadening your horizons?   Well, I suppose checking out anime forums would be a no-brainer.

Who are some popular stars, even if they've been labeled cliche and/or over-popular?  What are the best places to find them?  For instance, what are some good TV shows, books, and movies and where can they be bought, checked out, or rented?

Would anyone be willing to do that?   How long would it take you?  Of course, though, I bet the spoken language is tougher than the written type - mainly because some or all of it isn't based on sounds but whole words.

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