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30318 No. 30318 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
why do they do this to the pantsus in some anime and not others?
air time?
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>> No. 30321 [Edit]
>>30320
i have never bought a bd
>> No. 30322 [Edit]
>>30320
I think stuff like that doesn't always necessarily get replaced. I believe it's there sometimes because the creators think it's funny.
>> No. 30323 [Edit]
>>30321
>>30322
Well in this case there's also an uncensored version that airs so it could be different timeslots have the censored vs uncensored version. In general the majority of censorship (light beams, etc.) get taken out for the BD, along with general improvements to QUALITY.
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>>30318
So that you gush for magical girls

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29756 No. 29756 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I don't get it guys. Shouldn't it be a well established fact by now that a large portion of anime fans love DFC? So why is everyone always putting down characters with flat chest in anime, manga, and games? Sure cow tits might be considered ideal in the real world, but when has that ever stopped anime from pandering to what it's fans want, not what's realistic?
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>> No. 42222 [Edit]
>>42220
>I do wonder if they themselves are young or haven't matured
Some probably fall under this bracket, but I'm pretty much the opposite of you and started liking DFC more as I got older. Some people like the youthfulness DFC is generally associated with while others don't -- best not to read too much into it.
>> No. 42223 [Edit]
>>42222
Me too. My first interests were mostly "titcows" but as I grew up I realized the truth of DFC.
>> No. 42231 [Edit]
The best thing in the whole world is when a girl is proud of her DFC, and she lords it over those who are afflicted with the dreaded chest tumors. Also nice when traps do it, recognizing their inherit superiority.
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>>42231

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37198 No. 37198 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Whatcha doin' for the new year assuming y'all ain't locked-down?
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>> No. 42159 [Edit]
I like you guys, I wish you all a happy new year!

>>37198
I was at work, emergency services.

>>37204
I hope you'll have a wonderful year that will make you not want to kill yourself anymore
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>>42159
I love you too
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>>42151
2024, everyone...
>> No. 42232 [Edit]
JO , my condolences on this sudden and sad occasion. Take care of yourself and your mother. I will see you when you get back. -Lore

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29816 No. 29816 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
How often do you bathe, /ot/? What about shaving? Do you fit into the stereotype that suggests NEETs and hikikomori have poor personal hygiene?
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>> No. 42219 [Edit]
This is tangentially related. How do you guys manage and keep your room?

Me, I can barely keep it clean for more than a few days. Then the dishes start piling up, the clothes that I take from the laundry and intend to put away in my cupboard end up on my bed. Random crap from around my room ends up in even more random but annoying places. I've struggled my whole life with this.

I'm guessing it's a matter of being lazy.
>> No. 42221 [Edit]
>>42219
I started to apply "minimalism" to my life and everything and threw out all things that were more or less unnecessary. Including many of my clothes and furniture and kitchen tools. Kinda like how traditional japanese homes used to be. Then its lot easier to clean up. Before that the mess just kept accumulating and i did not have the energy to clean up so it was always mess.
>> No. 42224 [Edit]
>>42219
I almost never eat in my room and keep clothing I intend to wear tomorrow on my office chair.
>> No. 42228 [Edit]
>>42221
This is probably sound, but most of my clothes are various t-shirts such as band shirts and merchandise shirts, so it would be a big waste of money to get rid of them.

I feel like most of the things in my room aren't too much of a problem unless they're disposable. For example, the things cluttering my desk at this very moment are: A compressed air can.
Three cups (one for tea, one for chocolate drink, one for water)
Coffee pot
Bottle of melatonin pills
A few pieces of rubbish
Nintendo Switch
Moisturizer

Honestly the list goes on...
I think I should just do a better job of putting away permanent objects like cups and put things like pills and computer stuff in a different section of my room. This is hard stuff to manage.

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30345 No. 30345 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What do you want to be when you grow up /tc/?
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>> No. 42142 [Edit]
>>42141
Both of those require a significant amount of capital to start with.
>> No. 42208 [Edit]
>>42032
Life begins at 30!
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>>42208
I'm 31. When does the magic begin?
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I want to be a mathematician and an artist.
I fell in love with math and art on my first contact with them when I was in preschool. But I had a very weird life and didn't follow my dreams. I've already grown old and now seems too late. I wanted/want to get really good at these things and make a lot of things and not care about anything else. It's difficult to put it into words, like not having been yourself and being locked out of your own life. It was just hell. I wish I had a chance.

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42171 No. 42171 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Has anyone else noticed otaku culture outside of japan has turned into something of a magnet for people with "alternative life styles"? People who a lot of the time do not have much interest in anything actually otaku related?
It's as if at some point, being into anime & manga stopped being about being into anime & manga and turned into being part of a large community of misfit weirdos. Those with a legitimate interest in the material have been phased out and replaced.
I used to hide my power level so people wouldn't think I was some embarrassing narutard. Now I hide my power level so people won't think I'm an crazy depraved alternative life style activist furfag.
These people... they choose to alienate themselves from society, and now that they can't fit in anywhere they look too fringe nerd and otaku culture and communities. They don't care what it's about, and they don't see fans who like a certain type of media, they only see a bunch of misfit weirdos who surely would welcome any and all other misfit weirdos. At best they might indulge in a bit of whatever is the most popular thing at the time, but that's not what they're there for.
They're like squatters. They're uninvited people making themselves at home in a place that doesn't belong to them, and they're getting away with it because no one wants to deal with them or the backlash of trying to kick them out. Now they act like it belongs to them, and start changing things to suit their interests.
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>> No. 42192 [Edit]
>>42189
I think the dividing line is more plainly whether one watches anime or engages with the medium as an art form on its own right, or watches anime more for the "social" aspect. To take a blatant example, how many people knew about Manga time Kirara before watching Bocchi the Rock and watched it for that sake, compared to watching the show because they saw some funny reactions used somewhere (or because their friends watched it)? This then leads to the phenomenon OP mentioned: if you only engage with otaku culture mainly for the reason of having "some social group" to be a part of, then one likely won't engage with it very deeply.

>>42171
>alternative life style activist furfag
I find it interesting that perhaps the only group to avoid becoming "diluted" in this sense is the "brony" (i.e. fans of my little pony) community. You'd think that all the anime and furry stuff would naturally bleed over into it, but from what I can see the brony & furry communities remain fairly distinct. Maybe it's a byproduct of the radioactive reputation the former had, so they were forced to create their own more silo'd spaces early on, or something. (Tangentially I've always felt that the brony community partly exists because the west doesn't have anything like CGDCT anime. It's understandable that people who never discovered anime probably went to the only cute/soft/gentle thing that exists in the west. And I never quite understood their radioactive reputation, at least around 2007s or so they didn't seem to invade other communities, at most there were only forum signatures and avatars. In fact I'd say that the "modern" anime community is more invasive in the sense of spamming shounen memes everywhere and generally acting obnoxious).
>> No. 42193 [Edit]
>>42192
>at least around 2007s or so they didn't seem to invade other communities
Bronies existed before "g4" (the start of friendship is magic in 2010), but that's when it really took off and Moot decided to give them their own containment board.
>> No. 42194 [Edit]
>>42193
>Bronies existed before "g4" (the start of friendship is magic in 2010)
No. My Little Pony fans existed before G4, but they were mostly adult women collecting figurines out of a sense of nostalgia. "Bronies" are a phenomenon that is specific to when /co/ decided to ironically start group-watching Friendship is Magic - later kicked out to /b/, later kicked out away from 4chan, later given a containment board back on 4chan which was initially highly distrusted.
>> No. 42195 [Edit]
>>42185
I also thought the OP was referring to those sort of people, they're just posers at the end of the day

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41005 No. 41005 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Is anyone here attending? What kind of stuff have you acquired or plan to acquire?
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>> No. 41509 [Edit]
>>41506

Weird how iM@S has fallen out of favour in the West, but is still going so strong in Japan.
>> No. 41511 [Edit]
>>41509
Was it ever in favor in the west?
>> No. 41512 [Edit]
>>41511
There was a decent sized English fandom for Deresute last I remember, but this was like 2017. I'm not sure if they just went back to Love Live since it caters to the global fanbase more or if they went onto other mobile games.
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>>41014
just go, man.
do it and don't regret anything.

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24746 No. 24746 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Because the last thread, http://tohno-chan.com/ot/res/15686.html, is now on auto sage.
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Me at normies and their pathetic power levels bakas
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Chu ~
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Damn 3D women and their cunning and wiles!

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33905 No. 33905 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
What are some things that really bug you?
Things that genuinely piss you off?

I thought it would be nice to have a thread to vent about any little annoyance, no mater how big or small.
Any and all complains about the world around you are welcome here!

Old one reached bumb limit I think.
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>> No. 42119 [Edit]
I hate inconsistent people.
>> No. 42130 [Edit]
The worst part of being prone to outbursts of anger is how absolutely childish you feel after, even if the anger was justified.
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>>42130
Can relate.
>> No. 42136 [Edit]
>>42130
Relatable desu, I calm down just as easily as I get annoyed, but it's still annoying regardless, I do what I can but sometimes it feels like I'll always be like this.

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31105 No. 31105 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
How's your christmas going? Did you do anything special or get anything nice? Share your experiences!
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>> No. 42116 [Edit]
>>42115
>I might feel grief not so much for my father but for the relationship that never was and could never be.

Yes, that's what I meant. It's a weird rush of emotions either way, that's all I wanted to say.
>> No. 42126 [Edit]
Well, I got "The essence of Shinto, Japan's spiritual heart" and a calendar. The book was something that I specifically asked for because I'm interested in learning about Shinto and Buddhism in Japan, and as for the calendar, I'm planning on noting down each of the holidays and seasonal traditions that are celebrated in Japan on their respective dates and researching each of them a when their days come around. I've been slacking in my Otaku studies for a long time and I'm hoping this will get me back on the right track. What's the point of being a NEET if you don't do something with all of that free time, right?
>> No. 42127 [Edit]
>>42126
Shinto: The Way Home by Thomas P. Kasulis and Dean Sluyter is also good if you want more on the subject to read
>> No. 42128 [Edit]
>>42127
Thanks, I'll check that one out when I'm done with my current book.

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29712 No. 29712 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
For me it's this.
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>> No. 29724 [Edit]
Dark blue
The top part is short and the skirt is calf-length
white trim and bow and ankle socks or black stockings with loafers
>> No. 35390 [Edit]
Oarai Girls High's Se-la-fuku
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>>35390
White & Green.
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>>29712
I like this one.

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