For those that remembers, I did massive editions back in KNC. One each month.
This edition wasn't planned to be a massive edition, but there was so many pictures of her.
Maybe I might do one in June, with over 70+ cards. Haven't figured out the edition yet.
I'm certain there's errors somewhere since I kinda rushed them due to finals (which is this week). :3
~Pavli's Spa Center~
(I am so sorry if you were online when I had that huge mix up and confused a lot of you. if you werent...nothing happened. wut)
Wew, All are pretty much late deliveries lhuls. I'm srrryyyy. Finally had free time bc school is a as-butt face. Well then, on to the cards. Thou shall look throughly to find your cards :) If I made a mistake then tell me because yeah ok wat. Just a heads up, some names are in nicknames bc 2lazy >.<
I'll be frank with you. Sorry to say this, but rather than looking good, it's still quite ridiculous.
For instance, I find it hard to believe how Fruits Basket is among your favorite manga despite having only read 1 chapter out of 136(!) or Umi no Misaki at 3 out of a current 112(!). Same goes for Tokyo Innocent at 10/47 (you've barely scratched the surface) and Iris Zero at 15 (volume 3) out of a current 29 (practically volume 6) - which is far from finished with the intermediate Iris Hunter arc.
Compared to the small amount of manga you've read, it seems as though you're trying hard to make yourself look like a bigger manga fan than you really are. Don't do it - you'll only embarrass yourself if people come to talk to you about your supposed manga "favorites".
You don't want to be known as someone who has a history of jumping onto bandwagons and not finishing what you started, right? It's not good to be known as all talk and no substance. Sorry for being really blunt, but I know you'd rather read all this from a friend than some random stranger making fun of you.
~Don't forget to check out our monthly Culture, Series, Music, Character, & Film features for recommendations based on cult favorites and members' picks. This month's new culture feature is about the famous Japanese 100 Poems anthology & the card games derived from it.
You can visit the archives and all other current club discussions by using links found on the FAQ & Index page. Both have been updated recently. Here's a link~