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Anime Stats
Days: 157.3
Mean Score: 8.61
  • Total Entries783
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes10,135
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Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!
Dec 6, 10:26 AM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 9
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken: Kanwa - Veldora Nikki
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken: Kanwa - Veldora Nikki
Nov 21, 2:31 PM
Completed 1/1 · Scored 9
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken OVA
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken OVA
Nov 21, 2:31 PM
Watching 2/5 · Scored 9
Manga Stats
Days: 30.0
Mean Score: 8.47
  • Total Entries151
  • Reread0
  • Chapters2,595
  • Volumes600
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SKET Dance
SKET Dance
Jul 30, 2016 8:24 AM
Reading 28/288 · Scored -
Cardcaptor Sakura
Cardcaptor Sakura
Jul 30, 2016 8:23 AM
Completed 50/50 · Scored 9
Super Lovers
Super Lovers
Jul 4, 2016 12:10 PM
Reading 15/? · Scored -


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RaidenX May 21, 2014 7:20 PM
Heya,Thanx for the add!
Serjero Jun 14, 2012 10:44 PM
It's all good, nothing to really apologize for. Also I feel my relationship was the way it was because at the time I was making a decent amount of income working like 80 hours/week and she didn't have a consistent source of income so I just bought everything because I had the money. I'm sure if she had money she would have bought me stuff too, but I would have felt bad unless she was in a similar position to me (at least financially).

Though in the end all that was lost was some time and money, but I feel the memories and the overall experience definitely out weigh everything and I'm not really bitter or depressed by the way things ended up happening.

Glad to hear you're more of an altruistic kind of person though.
Serjero Jun 13, 2012 3:47 AM
We broke up almost 4 months ago now. But I got over it pretty quick, quicker than I would have expected. But it did kind of kill my motivation to do anything for a while. But now I'm starting a new job and I got a new car with money saved up from my last job that I had planned on using to visit her so not all is depressing or bad now. It also gives me more time to just be with friends and go visit everyone I've neglected.

Plus I get to work on my merchandise collection again instead of dumping everything into hers because we shared similar interests in shows and characters it just seemed easier to get her things we both wanted. But in the end I guess she ended up with everything lol.
Serjero Jun 10, 2012 3:07 PM
Awww, that's unfortunate it sounded like it would have been a cool thing to combine nerd culture into one huge nerd orgy for 4 days, but I guess the innate elitism that independent nerd subcultures develop really make it hard for them to mesh well. It really is sad to see that groups that are normally construed as social rejects or weird can't simply get along and share each others pride and love in getting into works of fiction that they really enjoy. Hopefully in the next couple of years they can improve their management of the con and make it a more friendly place. I know big changes like that makes it harder for everyone to be happy but it can be done.

Oh well I guess that means I'll just have to make the trek out to the east coast something to simply do for fun. Not that it's a big issue for me considering I just recently got out of a long distance relationship and I enjoyed going out to visit her without a con more than with a con. Means I get to spend more actual laid back time with people. But the con hype and energy is always fun no matter where I go.
Hentaimasuta Jun 8, 2012 5:58 AM
haha thats kinda nice :) so whats up?
Serjero Jun 7, 2012 11:59 AM
Sometimes it is rough for sure. I just got out of a long distance relationship not too long ago. That was kind of rough but it was manageable. I'm the type of person whose able to distract myself until I can do something about it. There were times where I was working like 80 hours/week just to keep my mind off everything and to have the money to freely do what I wanted. But now I'm back on track to just visit other people. I'm really hoping to hit like NYAF, Fanime, Sakurcon, and Akon next year for out of state cons, so I need to save lots of money. But I can usually get a couple of friends to come with which makes hotel cheaper. Hardest part is not spending everything when I have bills and rent to pay. Especially since I'm a huge collector.

But I'd encourage you to do your best to land a job and go visit people. Traveling has taught me a lot and it's always nice to hang out with friends and people you don't see often.
Serjero Jun 6, 2012 8:57 PM
People you meet a cons will be crazy a lot of the times but that just makes them more interesting in my opinion, but I understand your sentiment. Money is always an issue too, I'm pretty spent after Akon and now it's gonna be back to the grind to save up more money. Just sucks that I didn't really save up much money this past winter for the spring/summer con season. But I should be able to go to a couple in the fall. Making friends out of state is always cool and for some reason it IS easier. At my local cons I never really meet people in state but I guess that's because I'm just hanging out with people I already know from my state. But I have friends are all around the US so it's always cool when I get to go out of state and hang out with them. I actually have a good friend in the New Jersey/New York area that's been begging me to come out there at some point. Just hard being in the Midwest cause I just tend to gravitate towards the west coast instead.
Serjero Jun 5, 2012 3:34 PM
Every club has their token stereo types really. It's just sometimes under that abrasive off putting exterior there can be cool people and a lot of the times you just gotta keep trying and hope that more pleasant people show up to give it a try. Trust me I've met almost every anime weeaboo stereotype and they are obnoxiously scary. Honestly way back in HS I hung out with the computer club type kids and then like I found out about the anime and got all the kids I hung out with to go with me and it made it a lot more enjoyable. Since then a lot of my groups have kind of merged and everybody does a little bit of everything with each group having it's dedicated hardcore base.

Cons are also a cool place to meet people, you may not make a super best happy friend forever at a convention but you do meet really cool people and can incorporate yourself into a more broad social circle and have good times. I just got back from Akon myself and have so many cool stories of people and I don't even know their names. Though I'd recommend going to cons with 1-3 friends for your first few to guarantee a more enjoyable experience.
Hentaimasuta Jun 5, 2012 12:50 PM
haha aight i dont remember that tho xD but im happy that your my friend and talking with me lol ;)
Yukinon- Jun 4, 2012 11:58 PM
i-it's o-okay :3
Hentaimasuta Jun 4, 2012 11:28 AM
Hello there ^^
Hentaimasuta Jun 4, 2012 11:27 AM
um who are you?
Perfectly_Normal Jun 3, 2012 8:20 AM
Yeah, go ahead. The ending's a good one.

And my profile pic's from Denpa Teki na Kanojo. Only two OVAs and it's great.
Yukinon- Jun 2, 2012 11:33 PM
-blushes- =o
Serjero Jun 2, 2012 6:53 PM
You'd be surprised. I know a lot of people have a negative connotation associated with things like cons and clubs but I've had really good luck at finding cool people to hangout with and befriend because I attended them with a very open mind. Though their dedication and power level certainly varied it ends up having an interesting mix. That and I'm really good at convincing people to leap before they look and just go for things and not care about the consequences and what other people think.

Though some people are bit thick headed and stubborn eventually you can breakthrough. Like all but one or two of my friends now have a dakimakura of some kind, even my more casual female aquaintances have one or looking into getting one. And it has just kind of turned into my MO to get people to open up to the idea and not judge it.

It's just expanding peoples comfort zones and even people who are at best casually interested can turn into the hardest of hardcore otaku.