Quote currently on my mind:
“I’m pretty childish too, I thought nothing had changed, but it has, little by little, slowly. Things are changing at our own pace. I’m just going to leave it at that.”– Hirotaka Nifuji (Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku)
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I cannot get enough of Spring 2022 anime season. As you may or may not know, I haven’t been feeling too great these past couple of months; so I have been anime-indulging for some much needed serotonin boost, and Spring 2022 Animes are such mood lifters. *heart eyes* If you are into Slice of Life , Comedy and Romance, this blog is for you. We are eating good this season!Keep reading
no one came.. No rescuer. There was no weirdly dressed Doctor and his TARDIS showing up out of the blue, there’s still no letter being dropped off for a magical school. No Yato God delivery service here, nor Captain Yami accidentally dimension slashed his way to my world. I did not get isekie’d by truck-kun nor did Natsuki Subaru and his savior complex came to my rescue. Trust me. I would have found the toilet if I was sure to summon Hanako-kun.Keep reading
Love me an underrated Slice of Life that revolves around strong friendships. Aaah my heart. Friendships for me have always been more important to me than my romantic relationships. It’s the philosophy I live by and this is one of those shows that portrays it so beautifully. Sakamichi no Apollon (aka Kids on the slope) has got the love, the bonds, the honesty, the fights, the understanding wrapped in rounded music to set the mood just right. A beautiful front row view of how one person can make such a difference in your life.Keep reading
Wotaku ni Koi wa MuzukashiiLength: 11 episodes, 2 Ova’sGenre: Comedy, Slice of life, Romance, Josei Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku is one of my absolute favorite shows. It’s cute, sweet, romantic and quirky. It’s the “warm bowl of ramen with a soft boiled egg on a cold night under…Keep reading
*Contains Spoilers* AESTHETIC, AESTHETIC, AESTHETIC If I could describe this show in three words, that would be it. This show has one of the most beautiful visuals I have ever seen in a K-drama. Right from the cinematography, the backdrops, locations, to the outfits and accessories – this show is…Keep reading
Fugou Keiji: Balance UnlimitedGenre: Mystery, Comedy, PoliceLength: 11 episodes My temptation to watch this show came from my deep rooted love of detective shows. It would not be an exaggeration to say that I simp for detective crime fighters. Sherlock Holmes is my mans. I’ve seen the show, watched the…Keep reading
*Contains Major Spoilers* I honestly didn’t think I would angry blog, especially this early in the game, but here I am. This show made me do it. I wish the show would take full responsibility for it. Okay, so it’s not as bad as I made it sound here, but…Keep reading
Genre: Slice of life, Comedy, Sci-fi, supernatural, SeinenLength: 12 episodesAdaptation of the Manga series Hinamatsuri written and illustrated by Masao Ōtake Sometimes I just pick random animes to watch from either my Netflix recommendations list, My Anime List, or well memes I see online. I try not to read its…Keep reading
As a kid I liked all these “makeover” stories a lot. It all started with the one where the ugly duckling turned into a pretty white swan. Then, there was the Princess Diaries, Miss Congeniality, Devil wears Prada, oh and we can’t forget Cinderella and all the reboots! I was…Keep reading
‘Dilemma? I mean isn’t it obvious?’ or that’s what I thought for a very long time. Whenever a scene in a Sci-fi TV show or movie would pop up where there was a scenario to bring back the dead, it was an instant reaction of, “Of course, NOT!”. I was…Keep reading
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