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I'm bored. Any ideas to spice up this thread?
This totally isn't a dead meme, I promise.
Why are people reviving all these dead memes? It's stupid and pointless.
My username's a walking dead meme! Deal with it!
Edited by TroperNo9001 on May 11th 2019 at 11:07:28 AM
Couldn't you have been a little more creative with your username?
Edited by SkyCat32 on May 12th 2019 at 3:56:58 PM
So what do all you think of my new username?
Really? That's your name? That's the stupidest name on this forum. Come back when you have a good name.
I am changing my username to SnoopLion64.
Sooo, what are y'all doing?
This thread needs some excitement! Anybody have a question they could ask here?
Another cat video, how exciting.
That was fucking sarcasm, in case anyone missed it.
Cat fights always sound much worse than they really are. Where I live is moggy central, so I often hear them scrapping in the night; they make a terrible din - when you look outside in the morning, you'd expect there to be fur and blood everywhere. But they're none the worse for wear.
Omg, check out this cat fight, it's FUCKING EPIC.
I've been watching more fights than usual.
I'm currently binge watching Sailor Moon. Don't judge me.
I'm not watching too much anime at the moment but I'm really getting in to the one punch man manga.
Back when I was a teenager I used to watch a lot of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX. It was different from the original series to say the least.
Otherwise, I haven't watched much Anime recently.
Edited by SkyCat32 on May 14th 2019 at 10:23:37 AM
4Kids was my introduction to anime. I thought Japanese people ate lots of jelly donuts for a long time.
You know you're only a Level 1 weeb when you're committed to only one anime.
Allow me to explain...
A weaboo is someone who has an overt interest in Japanese culture, including Anime or Manga, and considers it to be superior to other cultures, if I'm not mistaken.
I don't think most of them like being called as such, unless they have w word privileges.
But isn't he a weeb?
I don't know, you might want to ask Johnny, he seems to know about this stuff.
I would like to learn about Japanese etiquette.
I am going there for a few weeks and do not wish to look like an idiot.
Edited by SkyCat32 on May 16th 2019 at 11:28:25 AM
It's even worse in Japan - holding or even just making eye contact is considered arrogant, so it's best to drop your gaze.
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