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Anime Stats
Days: 127.6
Mean Score: 6.45
  • Total Entries593
  • Rewatched7
  • Episodes7,558
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Akage no Anne
Akage no Anne
Nov 26, 1:50 PM
Watching 18/50 · Scored -
Zombieland Saga
Zombieland Saga
Oct 28, 7:23 PM
Watching 3/12 · Scored -
Karakuri Circus
Karakuri Circus
Oct 28, 7:22 PM
Watching 3/36 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 27.5
Mean Score: 6.72
  • Total Entries309
  • Reread1
  • Chapters4,418
  • Volumes549
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Aruku Hito
Aruku Hito
Oct 2, 7:31 AM
Completed 18/18 · Scored 8
Sekai Oni
Sekai Oni
Sep 29, 8:23 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Koukou Tekkenden Tough
Koukou Tekkenden Tough
Sep 29, 8:22 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -


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NothingReally Dec 11, 1:46 PM
Hias Nov 30, 6:19 PM
Stressed out a lot, holidays are always rough on me.

I'm not really on mal much other than to update my list. The community here is awful and overrun with nazis and pedophiles so I no longer bother with the forums, I'm still on Discord a lot though. Not really involved in much of any servers anymore.

idk, I'm just alone most of the time now.
literaturenerd Nov 28, 10:29 AM
I'm currently looking at medical informatics. I was working as a pharm tech at Walgreens for a while, but I really hated that job. Currently, my main job is working at Walmart. I only have a couple months left to go with that shit job, but it's been an experience. I work in one of the 3 busiest Walmart's in Tennessee, so I have seen some weird shit.

What field do you work in? If you don't mind sharing that is.
Suna_Kujira Nov 28, 9:31 AM
I don't have it in me to be a writer, because I want everything I write to be perfect. Nothing is perfect, so I write nothing. Making mistakes, being dissatisfied with previous work and growing as an author as a consequence seems too grown up.

HR world is going okay, mostly because I quite like my fellow students. Most between 48 and 52 years old. I miss some people my age. Looked up Frostpunk and it definitely has this unique look to it. I need to know something about you, Jasmine. Do you rage at video games? Because if you do and you want to keep playing Hollow Knight, you're gonna have a bad time. Maybe not bad bad, but a rage filled one at least.

While the synopsis for By Night in Chile sounds interesting, the non stop text puts me off quite a bit. Unless it's a short novel. First site I found while googling 'Kaas English Translations' told me it was "the most translated Flemish novel ever". I think you should be fine! It's about a guy abandoning his steady but boring clerk job for a career as a cheese salesman, with big dollar Belgian Franc signs in his eyes. The main character feels so human, so relatable. Dry humor on every page, written as a satire on business life shortly after the crash of the late 20's. If I remember correctly, it also contains a short introduction about how people should write a good book which is quite interesting in itself. If you manage to find it somewhere, please check it out. You'll finish it in an hour.
Suna_Kujira Nov 28, 1:08 AM
I know both all too much and nothing at all. I see your reviews are yearly now. I myself know art takes time. That's why I've been working on my one review since my mom was three months pregnant with me ;)

I'm keeping up with my HR course and narrowly missed a job at the biggest payroll company in the country. I could already see myself diving into piles of money like Scrooge McDuck, but alas. Finished Hollow Knight and Portal2, which catapulted me into being interested in any other game than AoE2 again. Hollow Knight was fantastic. Story in Portal2 was a bit eh, though the puzzle solving was fun. Currently trying to make my brother gift me Civ5 for Christmas without him knowing that's the plan.

I had this plan in late Summer to read a ton of Belgian / Flemish classics, but made the mistake of starting with Het verdriet van België. It took ages and was definitely not worth it. Interesting first part about his childhood experiences, but as soon as the actual occupation begins, somehow got rather stale. Worth mentioning that I really don't like books without chapters. I need that knowledge that I stopped at the appropriate time. Did end up reading Kaas by Willem Elsschot. 70+ pages of genius and it's over in an hour or two. Stalled with the reading because I was a bit behind with my studies, but will start again before the end of the year (hopefully, you know me and deadlines).

And last but not least, I watched a really good anime just yesterday. Osamu Dezaki, historical drama, Onii-sama team and feels all over the place. Interested?
literaturenerd Nov 27, 9:21 PM
Nothing much really. Just transitioning careers. Ever since I had to withdraw from med school in my 3rd year (Long story) I've been looking for a good fit. I'm actually participating in some career counseling right now, so I have plenty of free time. What about you? Has your work been ok?
Artrill Nov 27, 7:59 PM
!f Fleure

Only Food Wars shows up
Suna_Kujira Nov 27, 2:35 PM
Anime affinity to you: 66,6%
I'm on to you, fiend.

So hey, what have you been up to?
Artrill Nov 27, 2:31 PM
literaturenerd Nov 27, 2:30 PM
It's the same director that did Amelie. I think you'll enjoy it.
literaturenerd Nov 27, 1:58 PM
I saw a film the other day I think some of the folks at Metacritic for anime would enjoy. Have you ever heard of City of Lost Children? It's a French art film from the 1990s. REALLY fascinating visuals and just overall a great film.
literaturenerd Nov 27, 9:23 AM
Have you thought about getting a letterbox? I know you're more of a book person than a movie person, but it can be fun.
Viltas Nov 26, 2:43 PM
Picking at random (can be a very double edged sword I know) but I got my eyes on colorful for now. Wouldn't even know about so many things without this database and all the users.. I prefer movies in general though!

I adore One Piece, discovered the series last August (?) I believe and I'm in love ever since. But you know how it is, once you're caught up it's patience and despair :( Like a child you love but are forced to neglect unless you can handle weekly waits unlike me. There's really nothing quite like it
Hias Nov 26, 2:31 PM
Hi Jasmine :3
Viltas Nov 26, 1:28 PM
Interesting profile. I come back every now and then to check out your list and your own personal favs as I feel like there's a lot of good stuff to discover.