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Anime Stats
Days: 108.8
Mean Score: 7.81
  • Total Entries320
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes7,462
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Darling in the FranXX
Darling in the FranXX
Apr 19, 2018 6:15 AM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Megalo Box
Megalo Box
Apr 6, 2018 8:10 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Liz to Aoi Tori
Liz to Aoi Tori
Mar 9, 2018 1:10 AM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 1.2
Mean Score: 8.33
  • Total Entries9
  • Reread0
  • Chapters165
  • Volumes23
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Strobe Edge
Strobe Edge
Feb 15, 2016 2:35 PM
Completed 43/43 · Scored 9
Feb 15, 2016 2:34 PM
Reading - · Scored 8
Shingeki no Kyojin
Shingeki no Kyojin
Feb 15, 2016 2:31 PM
Reading - · Scored 8


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Kunii Jun 21, 2017 3:56 AM
Happy Birthday
Gokucchi Jun 21, 2016 1:02 AM
Happy birthday! :3
namea Apr 29, 2016 5:56 PM
Uhn, I moved to UK. I guess I'll spend here a year or two. The city is quite nice, not too big nor too small, but it's so damn windy here :D And the weather changes every 15 minutes, it's quite crazy. I wonder if it's like that all year or only in April.

That's too bad you couldn't enjoy the cherry blossoms :( Sounds like you have it tough in work, don't forget to take a nice rest once you'll get some free time.
namea Apr 12, 2016 2:39 PM
Hey Neil~ Sorry for not replying for so long, I was rather busy and quite stressed out last two weeks, since I moved abroad, so I wasn't up for any conversation. I'm back now ^^

How are you doing? Anything interesting happened to you lately? Did you go on a trip somewhere or you're just working all the time? It's almost time for hanami, right? Or was it already? Cherry trees are starting to bloom over here, so I guess it's the same in Japan. Will you go and enjoy the day with friends under the sakuras?
namea Mar 16, 2016 9:50 AM
That's good to hear ^^ I'm quite shy myself and don't make friends so easily, so it's good when the people around are kind and friendly. It's amusing and cute that someone brought vocabulary so he can talk to you :D Are Japanese as bad in English as anime shows to us?

Ah, so that's why. There's indeed a lot of pretty mountains over here, I'm sure you would enjoy going on a trip. I also like mountains a lot, since I come from a village in the middle of mountains. I remember when I was in Lithuania for a week, I started to feel really homesick because the country was so flat :D I hope you'll enjoy climbing Mt. Fuji, if you'll make some photos of the scenery, let me see them~ And whoa, you actually plan to go to Mt. Everest o.o That's very ambitious and interesting dream. Just prepare well and be careful, okay?
Have you visited Kyoto for sightseeing? Since it's near to where you live. What place did you like the best?

It depends on how hard the guy is swinging the whip. Usually they barely touch the girls, but there are always some jerks or those who are too excited and end up whipping hard and then you can feel it. It's nothing too painful though. It's just a little crazy, but mostly amusing tradition. Do you practice any traditions like that?
namea Mar 12, 2016 8:45 AM
I can't wait to try all of those things, like sleeping in futon, warmth of kotatsu, eating nabe with everybody, going to karaoke... Sounds like fun. Was it hard to befriend Japanese?
Japan has also nice mountains and nature, do you sometimes go on a trip? Or are you more a city person? They say everybody has to climb Mt. Fuji once a life, do you plan to go?

It makes me happy that you heard about my country and thank you for the compliment ^_^
That tradition you mentioned, it's how we celebrate Easter over here. Foreigners are always a little shocked about it :D Guys whip the girls with whips made from young willow twigs and splash a water on them (really sadistic guys throw the girls into a stream or at least bathtub). It's supposed to make girls pretty and healthy for the rest of the year. Lately girls tend to fight back with the water, so in the end usually everybody ends up completely soaked. It's quite fun that way.
Guys get a reward from girls for that, so the tradition is much more popular among guys than girls. Nowadays it's usually chocolate eggs and some money + a glass of alcoholic drink for guys who are older than 18. It used to be much more popular in the past, but as a cultural tradition it still survives nowadays. In some villages they put on traditional clothes and make a big event from it. Then it looks like this (it's from my neighboring village):

You can see pretty decorated eastern eggs (they were used as a reward before they started to sell the chocolate eggs, now they are used as decoration), the whips, the buckets of water and in the end glass of alcohol. Typical Slovak Eastern.
namea Mar 7, 2016 3:43 PM
Sorry for not replying for a while, I needed to get better first. I'm almost completely recovered now ^_^

Thank you for the tip, I'll definitely look into some Japanese maga one of these days with kanji vocabulary in hand. My dream is to be able to read visual novels in Japanese, regularly~

Bathroom without a lock surely sounds funny :D I guess it may be a little stressful at first, getting used to things like that. Do you have a bed or do you use futon? I like the idea of some things that Japanese use at their homes, like kotatsu. Have you tried it? Oh, and do you go to karaoke?

I live in Slovakia. People usually knows nothing about this place, but it's no surprise, since it's a small country that isn't very important or noticeable on worldwide scale. Nowadays they talk about us more, because Slovakia is the country that started the opposition against European approach to migrant crisis. If I should pinpoint something nice, it would be Slovak nature and some interesting cultural monuments, especially castles, which are really worth seeing. I like this place, but there surely is plenty of problems over here, people aren't very satisfied with standard of living. If you like, check out this short video about Slovakia, it shows a little bit of what it is like over here (the positive things :D)

If you are curious about anything, just ask away~
-inactivealien- Feb 29, 2016 8:29 AM
Mirai is my favorite character ^^
namea Feb 28, 2016 4:02 PM
It's okay, just take your time with replies. Just work and sleep, that definitely sounds like a life in Japan :D Right now I am sick so I only watch anime or sleep, so replying a message is a nice change of stereotype ^-^

Oh, sounds like a good way how to study kanji~ Maybe I should invest into some Japanese manga. I guess I should get Code Geass manga one day, I still didn't get to reading it >3<
How many kanji do you think you can read now?

And how's accommodation in Japan? Are the flats really small and walls too thin? How do you like your home?
Halicone Feb 24, 2016 4:25 PM
That's cool!! :) Do you like it?
Did you pick up any Japanese while you're there?
namea Feb 24, 2016 1:41 PM
Thank you very much, I'm glad you enjoyed it ^_^ There's a few stories I have to finish first before starting something new, but maybe when something will really catch my attention, it'll inspire me for a new fanfic.

Oh, so that's why o.o I thought they sell more compact version of manga too, not just magazines like Jump? I usually read manga on my phone, because it's impossible to buy any here. I agree with you on that though, real book in your hand feels the best~ The only manga I have at home is Hetalia and Zero no Tsukaima, after that the publishing company stopped selling manga whatsover, probably because it didn't sell well. I've been to manga cafe last year when I was on holidays in Germany and I was like "whoaaaa, all the manga *-*" ...Too bad I couldn't really read any, my knowledge of kanji is rather poor :D But it was nice experience anyway.
-inactivealien- Feb 23, 2016 6:23 AM
Who's your favorite character from Kyoukai No Kanata?
namea Feb 22, 2016 2:09 PM
Easy ones~? Like? Show off your skills :D

Here's the story, I think you should know all the characters by now. Let me know what do you think >///<

That seems like a pretty serious literature. Do you like to read manga too?
-inactivealien- Feb 21, 2016 1:51 AM
I'm great too! ^^
I don't get why people hate Kyoukai No Kanata
I really love that anime :3
namea Feb 20, 2016 3:41 PM
You have to cook more, practice makes the master :D What do you like to prepare the best? I personally prefer baking over cooking. Nobody can say no to delicious cake~

Oh, great, I'll definitely check them. I'll tell you what I think then ^_^

Hehe, I sometimes forget to add series to my list too. Like few days ago I discovered I forgot to put Prison School on my list. And a week before it was Code:Breaker. I was pretty surprised, since I really try to keep my list updated. I bet I still miss some series. Thinking of Elfen Lied makes me nostalgic too~ It's been ages since I've seen it. I was pure and innocent soul back then, anime didn't taint me so much yet :D Elfen Lied was a big shock at that point. But it's really one of the classic series that everybody should check out.

Yeah, I write a little. It's usually not in the language you would understand. In English I have some Durarara fanfictions. (Seems like you're watching it now :D What a coincidence~) Wanna see some story?
I love to read too, mainly fantasy books. Classic like Tolkien or Pratchett. My favorite book is His Dark Materials, that's a masterpiece. Do you have a favorite book?