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12:37:10 PM Nov 24th 2012
edited by MichaelKatsuro
I changed seiyuu to "voice actress," because this is the English version of TVTropes after all and there's just no real reason to use a Japanese word when the English one means exactly the same thing. (Oh, and before you complain — the word seiyuu really does mean "voice actor." That's all it really means. Look it up.) Sure, the name of the series includes the word seiyuu, but it's not like you'd write that Neko Ramen is about a neko working as a noodle chef despite being a neko. You'd say "cat."
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