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Anime Stats
Days: 122.4
Mean Score: 7.36
  • Total Entries1,057
  • Rewatched3
  • Episodes7,513
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One Piece
One Piece
Jul 19, 3:19 AM
Watching 893/? · Scored 9
Megalo Box
Megalo Box
Jul 2, 4:39 PM
Completed 13/13 · Scored 9
Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii
Jul 2, 4:39 PM
Completed 11/11 · Scored 8
Manga Stats
Days: 15.7
Mean Score: 8.40
  • Total Entries87
  • Reread0
  • Chapters2,823
  • Volumes191
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Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
Dec 1, 2018 6:24 PM
Reading 32/? · Scored -
Goblin Slayer
Goblin Slayer
Dec 1, 2018 6:23 PM
Reading 30/? · Scored -
Shokugeki no Souma
Shokugeki no Souma
Oct 25, 2018 11:10 PM
Reading 284/? · Scored 9


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Iconic Jul 28, 4:14 AM
Oh, I didn't know you were Chinese. I always thought you were some blonde white guy all these years. LOL I heard and seen some videos that China isn't all that great, tbh. Nearly everyone recommends going to Hong Kong or Taiwan instead. But most of those people are not Chinese, while you are, so you might have a better experience. Just remember that to bring lots of toilet paper where ever you go.

Hmm, presets are always modest with their overclocks, so I guess you really just got unlucky with the boards you chose. I was considering manually overclocking my CPU to get the most performance out of it, but I think I'll hold off on that for now after hearing what happened with you. I can imagine you could probably build a high-end computer with an RTX Titan with the amount you spent on those monitors. Three gaming monitors is a bit overkill for most people. Are you like one of those hardcore CS:GO players? I do hear that prices might go up a little again in the future, but I don't think prices will go up again like it did during the mining bubble. Are you sticking with Intel or are you switching to AMD for your next build?

Being able to see inside the computer does come in handy when checking to see if your fans are running without having to remove the panels, but I never cared about any of that RGB crap either. If anything, I really hate how its stuck on everything and makes everything even more expensive. You don't get a water cooler for a good price/quality ratio - you get it for better cooling and space limitations.... and looks like RGB. Water coolers can be squeezed into small cases and still give you great cooling, while good air coolers need lots of space for both the cooling fins and air flow to cool the case. Water coolers are also a must for high overclockers, since there's only so much heat an air cooler can radiate before it becomes too much. You also need less fans since the radiator is mounted either on the front of the case or the top. Better cooling usually means less noise because the fans don't have to work as hard. Problems with water cooling are that it's more expensive than air coolers and it needs to be replaced every 2-5 years because of pump failure or the coolant inside simply evaporating. Some brands are better than others and the pumps have gotten better over the years, but it will never have the reliability of a simply air cooler.

It was really irritating every time the shield idiot and that useless king shows up. What's worse is that the other two heroes were completely useless as well. They're basically there just to make the shield hero look good instead of actually being relevant. All the isekai are utter shit this season. You'd think that with all the isekai they've put out over the years they would at least come out with one good one, but it's actually gotten worse. It's like they aren't even trying to make a good anime anymore. The only anime that I actually like this season are Dr. Stone, Katsute Kami Datta Kemono-tachi e, and that new Fate anime. I have heard good things about Vinland Saga and Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo, but I haven't seen those yet.

I guess it's good that you don't have to work that much each month. At least you don't have to stress about going to work each day. 50% discount on food and free drinks does sound good, but is the food actually that good to being with?
RandomNinjaName Jul 21, 8:54 AM
LOL yeah, who doesn't? Are we talking computer language or spoken language? ;) I can actually see you doing that haahah

Thank you! It has become easier over time, so i'm not struggling as much I originally thought. Even though I literally said that 2 weeks.
Not a lot of people do, so it's understandable. I mean, i know the basics of it and all but doing it all becomes a tad bit overwhelming.

OMG YOU'RE 20??!!!?!?!?! I still feel like you're my little onii-chan, so I can't wrap my head around the fact that you're hitting your 20's. OKay, but same here. I actually really enjoy getting projects and assignments and working on school projects. Truth be told, even older people hate living alone. We're social creatures so it's more than understandable that you wouldn't enjoy living alone. I'm the same way. I really want to live alone and be an independent, but I also hate coming home to a dead silent home.

I actually applied for a PR in the US, so we'll see how that goes. I'm looking to head over there sometime in the next 3 years or so and get a dog there and whatnot. I'll probably stay where I am for the rest of the time because it's a really nice area and I like my roommate......sometimes lol
Iconic Jul 20, 12:52 AM
I thought that you wanted to study Korean? Isn't that the reason you went to South Korea in the first place?

Maybe it has something to do with the north or south bridges on your motherboard. The manufacturer might have stuck some really shitty thermal paste on there and it simply dried out. And why the hell would you need 3 monitors when you don't game much on PC anymore? Are you some kind of content creator? A 4 year old motherboard means that you've probably got an Intel 4 cour CPU. Is it an i5 6600K paired with a 900 series Nvidia GPU?

I can only think that you must be overclocking the hell out of your CPU and GPU and somehow overloaded the circuits on your motherboard or overheated it. Stuff like that simply doesn't happen on its own without some major overclocking. Sucks about the new RAM. Have you thought of selling those to get back your money? I wouldn't bother using those RAM sticks on your new computer, unless you're planning on building a new one either this year or next year. RAM gets better every year and it should be PCIE 4.0 starting next year.

Noctua does have some fans that don't look like they've been rubbed against someones ass after they've taken a shit. They actually look pretty nice, but you have to buy those separately in addition to the fans that you've already paid for when you bought a cooler from them. Like hell I'm going to spend another $28 for each 140mm fan just to have fans that don't look so ugly. Air coolers are good for people that have big cases or for people that don't overclock. I do disagree about air coolers being easier to install and maintain, unless you're talking about those DIY liquid coolers that are a huge pain. I find AIO liquid coolers to be easier to install compared to air coolers since you don't have giant delicate fans getting in the way when you connect it to the CPU. It's also easier to maintain since the holes on the radiator are so big that you can just spray some air on them and they'll just fly right off. The radiator also acts like a dust filter and it really helps cool the temps in the case since you can configure it to blow outwards. Air coolers just blow all that hot air inside the case, so you'll need to install some extra fans on top to keep the case temperatures cool, so the CPU stays cool.

Not necessarily. There have been several seasons that have been mostly really good. It's just that this season is filled with lots of really bad isekai. There's this dungeon one that seemed promising where this one guy gets betrayed and trapped in a dungeon all by himself. It's too bad the studio decided to butcher the hell out of source material and skip like 9 chapters of development to get there on the first episode. What's worse is that they keep spamming flashbacks every few minutes to try and explain all the stuff they skipped right over. If that isn't enough, they very quickly make the MC stupidly OP really fast. I saw fans complaining about the terrible adaptation, so I decided to check out the manga adaptation instead. And while it is better than the anime, it still butchers everything by cutting out large amounts source material and the gratuitous sex that happens quite frequently. I swear, wish fulfillment isekai are like crack to Japanese people. They simply can't get enough of those no matter how shitty they are.

I hear that job conditions are shitty in Horeca that most people don't stay very long. Irregular hours and low pay seem to be the biggest complaints. At least you get to interact with all sorts of people at the airport. Who knows! Maybe you'll find a cute foreign girl you can show around the city there. XD
Iconic Jul 17, 4:55 AM
Congratulations on finally graduating from university! Considering anything now that you're finally done with school?

I don't know if I should be glad that you weren't waiting for my reply since January or disappointed that you forgot about me all this time and only remembered me as an afterthought xD

How the hell did your motherboard break down? I'm pretty sure that it wasn't that old to begin with. Did you just replace your motherboard with the same model or did you upgrade your computer since you had to spend money to buy such an expensive item?

I had a RAM problem as well; that's actually the reason why I first had to bring in my PC to the computer shop in the first place. I was replacing the thermal paste on my graphics card and CPU, so I had to take out the RAM to give me room. Computer didn't work, so I took out and put back those stupid RAM sticks about 10 times before finally giving up and taking it to the computer shop. Imagine how stupid I felt spending $30 and them telling that all they had to do was put back those RAM sticks. Had to take it back when weird devices started showing up on my computer and my CPU temps started spiking to 90C just from going to the internet all of a sudden. Spent a few weeks in there before being told that it was simply "normal" for my computer to be like that and that I was being stupid for being concerned about how my case sounded like a hurricane inside. Since they wouldn't take me seriously, I took it back. It was around that time I saw on the internet about how AIO liquid coolers usually only last about 2 or 3 years before the pump breaks or the liquid inside dries up. I started playing around in the BIOS to see if I could do anything about it without having to buy a new cooler. Oddly enough, that did the trick.... for about 2 months. I decided to buy a Noctua NH-D15 and it's been amazingly quite ever since. I honestly didn't think it would be so good since my original cooler was an air cooler, which couldn't handle gaming for very long, but it's been pretty good so far.

I still haven't caught up with half the anime from last season, but I've at least started on a few from this season. I'd say from what I've seen, both this season and last season are hit and miss.

You've earned it, so relax as much as you want. What kind of job did you take in the meantime?
RandomNinjaName Jul 7, 5:54 PM
It really has been. I have actually another comment I was supposed to reply to some time ago but haven't had the chance to get around it and typing in that language is difficult.

Ah, yeah. Funny enough, I actually cancelled the telecom contract because I was so stressed out with family shit. It's been tough on me the past couple of months and I'm just sort of now dealing with how everything happened at once. I'm very happy to have the friends I have today actually. I also agree on the taxes. That came to bite me in the butt when I went to hire my own accountant to take care of personal taxes because I already have an accountant taking care of business ones.
I know what you mean about the intern stuff. We currently actually have some interns at my new contract job. They do well but they don't participate as much as the rest of us.

Oh wow! Have you put much thought into it or are you going to give yourself some time?
Iconic Jun 9, 2:20 AM
Hey, how you've been? I'm finally back from the dead after six months! xD

You're probably wondering what happened all this time. Basically, my internet was cut off yet again and I had to wait for them to fix it... again. *sigh* When I finally had my internet back, my computer started having all sorts of problems. It got to the point where I had to take it to the computer repair shop, where it stayed for a few weeks. What's worse was that right after they gave it back to me, other problems started popping up, so I had to take it back to them to finally get it in working order. Problem is that they didn't take what was going on with my computer seriously, so it took a while before I sort of got fed up and decided to take it back. Turns out that I knew better than them since I managed to figure out what was going on with my computer and get it working when they couldn't even figure out what was going on.

Anyways, I didn't get my computer working again until well into April. By that point, I was just so stressed and behind on everything that I just wanted to take a break from everything and do something else like playing some games. It wasn't until recently that I started finally trying to catch up with all the anime that I've been missing ll this time.

So how you've been?
RandomNinjaName Jan 28, 9:14 PM
Yeah. It kind of helps me remember everything I've done and what I thought about it. Plus I love going back and reading over some of my moments. It's quite thrilling actually. I defintely don't do it daily, but I do try to write either every week or month, keeps my entries really long ahhah

It really was. I had no steady income and while there weren't a lot of overhead costs, there was a lot of "if's" and that's probably the scariest thing for me. I was also starting my degree, so I was paying everything on my own and the thought of not knowing if you're going to have money tomorrow or whatever is truly terrifying. It's much better now though. I just recently got a 1 year contract working with a telecom company and the pay is really good :D It's not tough getting new employees. It's tough training them and relying on them on a day-to-day they cannot mess up or it can be a huge legal problem for me.

That's still really nice. I'm guessing you're back home now? I celebrated my Christmas on the 7th of January at home by myself in my bed ahaha I had a massive stomach ache and had to go to the clinic, so it really wasn't pleasant. I did get a few gifts, but nothing worth mentioning. Only like 3 because my family and I decided to do a secret santa sort of thing so some of us don't have to spend as much money (sister). I did go batshit crazy for New Years though. That was definitely something different and crazy.
RandomNinjaName Jan 10, 9:53 AM
Yeah, I keep track of all the movies and restaurants I have eaten at. I honestly don't know, it just sort of happened and I feel a bit anxious when I don't write it all down. Facebook is way too public; i'm not super active too.

So stressful. I am doing some interviews next week because I gotta get more employees and I had to cancel my weekend plans with my girlfriends because I had work to take care of. Not a huge deal because the money is the only thing I think about.

Happy New Years to you too! Oh, what did you get for Christmas? IF you celebrated it, that is
Iconic Jan 10, 2:41 AM
I can imagine that you've been pretty busy moving back to The Netherlands these past few weeks... maybe even getting over a broken heart from some of those cute Korean girls you've playing around with.... with it being cuffing season and all. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

You mean Korea love tentacles too? I wonder what your parents will say when they see all those plushies arrive at your door in 2 months. XD I think I heard someone mention something about Yukane, but I've never seen one here before. I almost always don't watch shows again because they're always not as good as I first watched them. But I do remember loving those great shots of everyone hitting those balls back and forth. I'm guessing the reason why you were the lowest ranked was because you weren't hardcore obsessed with the game like the others were. I've watched anime. I know how obsessive people over there can be. XD Oh, hell no. I couldn't afford to live in downtown. And even if I did have the money, I still wouldn't want to live in downtown. It's dirty, crowded, lots of traffic, lots of crime. The only people that I can think of that would want to live in downtown are lawyers, stockbrokers, and politicians. While nearly all the rich people do live in the city, most live in their own neighborhoods away from downtown so they could avoid everyone and everything we common folk have to deal with. Everyone I know only goes there for work, to eat some expensive food, or some clubbing. It's basically a shit hole. :/ You mean you need to register in some federation just to get some belt? WTF?! I hear that a lot of the moves in Krav Maga come from Muay Thai Kickboxing, so you may want to check that out as well. So, what did you think of Eskirma ? I never go to Starbucks. Their frapps contain almost no coffee and is simply overpriced sugar. I prefer to go to a Quickly instead. What about that American BBQ in Seoul that I showed you a few months back? You could've tried it there? >.< American Football and basketball are the most popular sports in America. The Fall season has officially ended and I can tell you that there were surprisingly several good shows. Too bad you didn't watch any of them. :P I really don't know what the hell the Chinese were thinking coming up with such a complicated system of writing. It's so complicated that even Chinese people sometimes don't even know how to read and write certain words because one mistake completely changes the entire meaning. At least with our phonetic alphabet, even butchered words can at least be understood. I'm surprised that you even got the chance to learn Chinese in the first place. The only languages offered in all the schools I've been to were always Spanish and French. French is pretty much useless outside of Europe and Canada, while Spanish speakers simply didn't care about anyone that wasn't Hispanic and could hardly speak proper English to begin with, so I didn't care to learn their language. Do wish I could've learned Japanese in school, but nothing I can do about that now. I do hear that modern Japanese has a problem with too many English and other foreign words entering the Japanese language. What's worse is that since Japanese people have a habit of butchering words, changing its meaning, or simply making up new "English" words, even native English speakers can't even understand what the hell they're saying. Do you drink often? I would've laughed too if someone said that out loud. xD I read the Goblin Slayer manga up to chapter 29 and liked it. Even though the anime closely follows the manga, it just didn't have the same impact the manga had for me because of all the censorship. It's stupid. If they were even going to bother adapting with lots of gore and nudity, they should've shown everything like the manga did. One thing I did like was how they included some of the side stories that I can't seem to find online. Japan, sure, but Korea? I thought that Korean were actually quite good with English.

Europe scares me. D: And thanks. Hope you have a happy new year as well. :)
Iconic Jan 9, 12:40 AM
Hey., how you've been? Happy New Year! I'm finally back after so long!

You're probably wondering why I've been gone for so long. The reason is because my internet was down and it simply too forever to get it fixed. At first I thought that something was wrong wit my modem, so I wanted to simply have them send me a new one, but they insisted that a technician come over and check out the connection itself. Problem is they could only come during day time on business days during the holiday season, so I had to wait for an opening where we both would be available. Fine, so I wait a little while without internet. Annoying, but I have a ton of anime stored in my computer that I still have to watch anyway. Problem is that every time the day of the appointment arrived, I'd wait all day for them all day, but they would never come. I'd call, ask, complain, but they would always promise me that someone would eventually come that day, only for no one to ever arrive. Reschedule, rinse, repeat several times. I later found out the reason was because I was considered "Low Priority" and I would be skipped over everyone else.

It wasn't until this weekend that I finally had my internet restored - and it wasn't simply because they decided to finally give me my internet back. They blew me off yet again and weren't even planning on coming after they themselves made the damned appointment in the first place. I had to call and essentially beg them to finally make me high priority and have someone come and give me my damn internet back. Waited some more and the technician called to tell me that he was working on my internet ALONG SIDE someone else's case. He wasn't even there to service my internet in the first place! I just happened to be within the same network as someone else - and that's the reason why he was even fixing my internet. It turns out that there was nothing wrong with my modem or my internet connection on my end at all. The reason why I had no internet was because some asshole had actually opened the internet network box outside and cut the damned wires. You'd think that someone literally cutting off people's connection would be high priority, but that is apparently not the case. What's worse is that my network box wasn't the only one that had the wires cut. The technician told me that several other internet boxes had their wires cut in my area alone, and that they had been going around fixing those damned boxes ever since. But people going around opening their internet network boxes and cutting the damned wires is considered "low priority". *sigh*
Iconic Nov 1, 2018 5:17 AM
Where I'm from, that sort of sounds like a bad thing. It's like they're being dragged around against their will just to please the girl. lol

Oh like you've never seen any tentacles in your time in Japan. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) How mush does it cost to send those plushies of yours home? I don't have a Yukane store nearby. ;v; I didn't think that I'd like Ping Pong The Animation as much as I did when I first started it. It looked odd since it didn't look like your typical anime, and there were no cute girls for me to drool over. I'm glad that the two main characters and the action scenes were just so damn amazing. I also didn't expect it to end the way it did, so that's a plus. How good are you at playing Ping Pong? Would you say that you're really good? :3 Luxurious penthouse? ARE YOU INSANE?! Those would cost around $15,000-$30,000 a month + utilities, fees and insurance. I'm not rich, you know. T__T Are you a black belt in karate yet? Does this mean you've also train in jujitsu? I could care less about martial arts being graceful as long it it's very practical and very effective. I've also heard that Krav Maga is one of the most effective (if no most effective) martial art in the world. Have you checked that one out yet? Eskrima is considered the most advanced weapons-based martial art in the world, and it's considered one of the most practical as well. It's famous for those twin stick fighting. You should check it out. :3 I think it's more like Americans are always in a hurry, so Americans prefer instant coffee or something from Starbucks. If it has a drive-thru, you can be sure there will be a line for it. You're welcome. Now go eat some American style barbecue and tell me all about it! >.< You're lucky. Nearly everyone I meet talks about sports all the time. Some play games, but the games they play are those popular shooters that I'm not really into like Fortnite. I don't care about any of those things and just like watching anime all the time. LOL I've heard from a few people that learning Japanese really isn't that difficult, but the writing system and the different numbering systems are extremely hard to learn. How true is that? How didn't you learn Chinese? Is it Mandarin or is it Cantonese? I've watched a few Chinese movies and anime, but I just didn't like how Chinese sounds compared to Korean or Japanese. "Kick the penis". I can only imagine the look on everyone's faces when you said that one. LMAO XD I've read the Goblin Slayer manga up to chapter 28, but not the LN that it's based on. I'd say that it's decent, but I think that the anime is something that should be binged once all the episodes have aired. Right now, things are a bit slow and not progressing fast enough. There is a lot of action, but those parts haven't happened in the anime yet. I know that a lot of Malaysians go to Australia and New Zealand for work and studies, so that could be a big reason why their English is so good. Too bad that Japan can't learn from all these other Asian countries and actually have proper English education.
RandomNinjaName Oct 28, 2018 1:37 PM
Lot's of things! lol That's alright. I'm on and off of MAL, mostly here to update on the places I've been since this is where I keep all my info and whatnot. Easier than any other platform.
It's a data management company providing research and analysis services based off of marketing research data.
Nope, never been to either or.
Iconic Oct 18, 2018 3:52 AM
"Cuffing season?" Oh... because their arms are wrapped around each other like handcuffs. xD

Yeah, I'm fine with my fetishes strictly limited to hardcore tentacle porn, thank you. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Bed stuffed full of plushies? You sound like a middle school girl that hugs their plushies to sleep every night. xD Wow. I just looked dakgalbi up and it looks really good. I need to head to the nearest Korean restaurant and try some of that myself. Ping pong? There's an good anime by that name. Are you playing doubles or singles? You're only in Korea for so long, so I would prioritize socializing more than working out. You could always work out when you get home anyways. 550 dollars a month is really nothing where I'm at. Try $1800 each month. So you must be a black belter in karate by now. What got you so interested in karate in the first place? I hear that Brazilian jujitsu is the most popular martial art right now, followed by Muay Thai kickboxing. Have you ever thought of trying any of those? I've also hear that eskrima is getting popular as well because it's been featured in so many action movies and those sticks they use. I usually see the fruit cut up into little pieces before being drenched in gravy. It's being served, so it mustn't be that bad. You should be a bro and try it for me. I'll trust in your judgement. xD I've actually had chicken and waffles before. It is kinda strange, but it's surprisingly not that bad once you get used to it. Think of it as a really bready chicken soft taco. You're lucky. I can't find any place that sells Dutch coffee near me. I'm not surprised that it's more expensive since even Starbucks charges an arm and leg these days. You don't have to go to America to try out some authentic American food. There's actually a restaurant in Seoul where you can eat some close to authentic American barbecue. You should check it out when you have the chance. Liking sports means being able to have conversations with many people here that absolutely love sports - which is pretty much everyone here. It gets sort of annoying when I have to keep quite while everyone is talking about some game or their favorite sports teams because I have no idea what they're talking about. Are you planning on picking up Japanese later on? You obviously know Dutch and English. How many other languages do you know? I've been told that Korean has some words that sound like they're chocking on something. How true is that? You should also check out Goblin Slayer to get into all the controversy and shit posting that's been going on these past 2 weeks. It's really hilarious. I've met people on MAL from Malaysia and Philippines that also have really good English.
RandomNinjaName Oct 12, 2018 8:14 AM
Mhm :D Got into it after I started working for a marketing agency. My boss then told me I should start my company since I already have already established entrepreneurial skills and insights. Aww thank you! <3 That's so sweet of you. Yes! My plan is travel to Asia soon and hopefully Africa while i'm around the area hahah
RandomNinjaName Sep 25, 2018 9:03 AM
Well, it has helped me code a software for work, so i'm thankful for it x3
I'm honestly just working super hard for work right now. I started my own company not too long after going to school. I'm going to graduate next month, but i think i'm going to travel instead. Planning on moving to California for January actually :) I got accepted into an Ivy League school, so i'll be getting my Bachelors in Strategic Marketing and then i'm coming back to Canada to finish off my Masters. After that, who knows :D