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Mar
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2017

I just introduced my friend to anime a few months ago · 12:23am Mar 2nd, 2017

I think I just made a fan girl. My friend's obsessed with anime, even more than me. She watches anime way more than I do and talks about it non-stop. She even talks broken Japanese and called me Sparkletop san. My friend went went from a casual anime fan to an anime-obsessed fan girl and considers herself a weaboo. I'm kind of concerned about her, seeing all this negativity weaboos get. I must protect her before she becomes hentai trash!

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Yeah, I've been trying to get my girlfriend into Monty Python.
She's from Beijing and she's interested in getting into British culture.
I figure it's a good place to start. :twilightsmile:

4441046 Cool! I have been trying forever to get my best friend to join one of my fandoms, but she hate so them. I also hate some of the fandoms she's in, so I guess that's fair. It's funny how we're so different yet we're such good friends.

Comment posted by FrostingOrb1766 deleted Mar 6th, 2017

4441114 "Differences between friends make friendship that much more impressive"
Do you know who said that?

4441429 No, but I've heard it multiple times. I guess it's true.

4441804 It was actually Mao Zedong of all people. :rainbowhuh:

4441839 Really? I've never heard of that person before.

4441845 No? Led the People's Revolutionary Army and later became first Chairman of the People's Republic of China? A strong man and dedicated but, most people agree, 'ever so slightly' lost his marbles in the later stages of his life.

The most common formal honorific is -san, and it translates (approximately) to Ms. and Mr..

It’s used among peers and in public settings, like offices or schools (unlike in the United States., coworkers and fellow students usually refer to each other formally). It’s also used for acquaintances.

4441990 The first time I told my friend about the honorifics, she looked at me weirdly, but now she uses them.

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Did you tell her what they all mean?

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Okay.

Also, some stuff I'd like to address:

She even talks broken Japanese and called me 'Sparkletop-san'. My friend went went from a casual anime fan to an anime-obsessed fan girl and considers herself a weaboo.

Broken Japanese? Well, a weeaboo is defined as a non-Japanese person who is overly obsessed with Japan-related stuff, doesn't know culture or terms, and is overall offensive to those who are Japanese.

Clue #1: If the person in particular is saying stuff like "Oh! Sugoi! Sugoi! Kawaii!" even though both of those terms have different meanings--one means "Cool" or "Amazing" and the other means "You're Cute" or "It's Cute".

Clue #2: Cringey, wannabe samurai

Clue #3: The results of a six-year-old, who wants to imitate everything they see, watching Naruto.

For more info:

I must protect her before she becomes hentai trash!

4444529 Well, she did speak a bit Japanese other than just the honorifics. My friend is journeying a bit deeper into anime, and I don't want her to watch the rather inappropriate things in anime. I've heard a few anime fans (otakus, I think? All they talk about is anime whenever I hear their conversations) watch hentai, and I don't want my friend to end up like them.

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My friend is journeying a bit deeper into anime, and I don't want her to watch the rather inappropriate things in anime.

That would depend on how you define "inappropriate". When it comes to hentai levels, there's always some uncensored nudity and tentacles.

I've heard a few anime fans (otakus, I think? All they talk about is anime whenever I hear their conversations) watch hentai, and I don't want my friend to end up like them.

An Otaku is a causal Anime fan or someone who is a part of the Anime fandom, like the Anime equivalent to a Brony. For more info:

4444788 I know there's always at least one inappropriate thing in most animes, but I'm talking about the type that the anime focuses on. I've always heard that otakus are people who are obsessed with anime and own a lot of the merchandise, but not exactly a weaboo.

Otaku: A young person who is obsessed with computers or particular aspects of popular culture to the detriment of their social skills.

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I know there's always at least one inappropriate thing in most animes, but I'm talking about the type that the anime focuses on.

I haven't seen many Hentai, but they usually have more plot (story) than plot (sexual appeal). In other words, even the stuff the counts as Hentai has more character development, violence, and fantasy creatures (notice I said "and" and not "or") than appeal to the target demographic. Heck, only one Anime series that I've seen ever even shown any nudity without convenient light or steam censorship.

The definition of an "Otaku" actually depends on what country you live in, because the Japanese take it as an insult while North Americans just use it to refer to a huge Anime fan.

4445674 Really? From all the anime talk that I've heard, people always say to never watch hentai because of the certain things shown in there that have more of the view. There was this one time when I accidentally watched an ecchi anime. For most of the time I cringed and covered my eyes, because I didn't want any more of my innocence taken away. Even though the word otaku may be taken differently in different places, I believe it means more than just a casual anime fan. I don't really think of the word otaku as an insult, anime is all otaku business, you can't avoid it once you step into it.

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There was this one time when I accidentally watched an ecchi anime. For most of the time I cringed and covered my eyes, because I didn't want any more of my innocence taken away.]

Do you remember a title from it? Where would you rate it on this scale?
(There was a fanservice scale I wanted to show here, but I can't find it.)

There are only two Ecchi Anime I've heard of that had any extreme focus on the fanservice: one called To Love Ru, which I couldn't get past the first two minutes of because it started off with no subtlety at all, and the infamous "Boku no Pico", which you'll often find the theme for in an Anime Vine/Crack video being depicted as a sign of disapproval or fear. Oh, that second one got you curious? Resist temptation in that case, because just like was once said in The Croods: "Curiosity=Dead".
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4445748 The anime was called High School of the Dead. I've heard of Boku No Pico, I even watched a video warning me against it, but I was still curious of the plot. I searched it up on the internet and found out what actually happens, it was disgusting.

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High School of the Dead? One sec,
*looks up age rating*

Sex & Nudity
3.5/5

Seems normal,

Many of the main female characters breasts are dramatically shown in gun fights and action scenes. Although they are usually covered by a shirt or bra, their breasts often bounce almost unrealistically to over dramatize their features. However, all the females except for Ms. Shizuka are minors and therefore are never shown nude without something blocking view of anything explicit.

Again, normal,

In a bath scene in episode 6, all the female characters are shown fully nude bathing. Suds or objects always block the view of anything explicit except for Ms. Shizuka. Rei mentions that the sensei's breasts are very large and begins to feel them to see if they are fake. Ms. Shizuka's full breasts are shown including nipples.

4447443 I was actually expecting some cool zombie smashing when I first heard about it, but all it really focused on was that.

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Compare that nudity rating to the following:

Violence & Gore
4.5/5
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Some strong bloody violence, but it is fairly undetailed and quick.

Zombies are shown biting humans with bloody results, turning them into zombies too.

The students start out using blunt objects such as bats and poles to graphically beat the zombies to death. They later start using large guns to kill the zombies, which often have bloody results on screen.

The whole world is shown in disarray and chaos, the violence can be quite disturbing and graphic at times for an animated series.

Some scenes of gore.

4448222 I was actually hoping for a bit more. From all the other zombie and horror movies I've seen, there was a lot of it.

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You're into horror, eh? :ajsmug:
Hmm... :ajsmug:

EDIT: And let's not forget,

4448616 I'm planning to watch Attack on Titan right after I finish watching Tokyo Ghoul.

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Have you ever got interested in something through a spoiler? I have, it's through this guy that I actually decided to watch Tokyo Ghoul and I just saw a little something of his that had me figuring out what High School of the Dead is truly like, a horror-action-comedy anime with an icing of hentai, and that icing is only the facade of the mighty cake. Or so I assume, haven't actually watched it yet.

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