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• Monday, October 24th, 2011

She knows what's up.

I’m getting sick and tired of my friends abandoning anime for this thing called “real life”. Lately, it seems whenever I try watching anime with any of my friends, they’re more concentrated on the window of their microwave than the computer screen. Apparently, the status of their Hot Pocket is more important than the escape from reality anime offers. Despite popular delusions that you can party, watch anime, go hiking and still wake up for a day of refreshing hard work at McDonalds; here’s me giving you a reality fucking check: You Can’t! If you find yourself puking in the bathroom at Denny’s from a night of drinking with “friends” then you’ve clearly already fucked up.

One of these assholes better not be you...

Besides, what does “real life” offer you that anime can not?

Action

Better than UFC.

Blood

Guaranteed more than your daily recommended intake of iron.

Comedy

Educational for all members of your family!

Drama

If you have friends, you are not an anime fan. No exceptions.

Family Life

Wake up to a piping hot cup of "Fuck you, real world".

Music

Why should you youtube anything else?

Boobies

At least these animated succubi don't cost you $$$.

So there, we’ve already proven that real life is obsolete. Anybody who wants to half-ass anime can just go to hell.

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6 Responses

  1. 1
    Ritsuioko23    » Reply «

    Well I had to friends who were into anime, then all of a sudden they say that it’s crap and stuff. Now I have only one friend who likes it and I try to keep him away from those infidels who don’t like anime so they don’t screw up his mind and make him into a realistic person. I hate people who love to live in reality, because reality sucks.

  2. 2
    Mia    » Reply «

    Honestly, no offense but life is amazing.
    Anime is only good.
    Living life is better than spending your life glued to a computer screen. Once that computer screen is shut off, so is everything you have in there. Speaking as someone that’s lived like that before, I can say that my life outside of it is way better.

    You can say those of us who’ve had a better life can “just go to hell,” but it only shows how infantile your thinking is. And how obviously jealous.

  3. 3
    Reed    » Reply «

    Amen. I hate when people half-ass slacking off. It’s like cutting class to do work: Stupid.

    http://www.baka-raptor.com/Slacker/index.php

    BR knows what’s up.

  4. Oh boy, this reminds me of the old parent-child discussions from primary school.

    I’m jealous because I can’t live life? Dude, I have a full-time job; and a hefty savings account that didn’t just appear there because I sat on my ass watching anime all day. What time I do get off has most efficiently been spent on watching anime because believe it or not, in my line of work, we work hard and we play hard.

    And whenever I join my coworkers on their nights out, “living life” going hiking, camping, going to rock concerts, or the local strip club has not been pleasant or enjoyable.

    Unless you mean lounging on your patio with a nice book and iced lemonade, and that book is manga, I can’t possibly understand where you are coming from with this “life is amazing”.

    Most normal people escape reality with drugs, work, sports or television. Let me have my anime.

    My only point is that watching anime itself can also be a rewarding experience and requires dedication. Since most people do not understand the amount of sacrifice and perseverance that being an anime fan requires; I don’t think a sideline jeerer such as yourself is in a position to provide any substantial exhortations into the matter.

  5. It’s just about preferences and opinion.

    Anime or not, we can all be cool.

  6. I just realized I replied to the wrong comment. But I’m too busy slacking to fix it.

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