Where do I start…
Right. I really do wish that there is more than 24 hours in a day! There is just so much to write after I’ve seen ‘things’. Except that I end up in bed after seeing them.
On my four free days, I regrettably spent most of it leveling my alts in World of Warcraft. For the remaining time, I binged two seasons of Natsume Yuujinchou. In fact the show’s so good I’m struggling to put my love for it into words. But if I’m allowed to be vague then I can simply say that it feels the exact same way when I binged Gintama – it’s something that I’ve been missing all along and once I let it into my head, my heart feels touched instead.
Despite all the hype around me, I have the latest episodes of Attack on Titan but still haven’t seen them!
Sakura Quest has got so good, too. I’m regretting on not continuing to look into the series soon after the first episode. If anything, I may have to actually skip many episodes and look into them backwards, haha!
Onto some real life stuff – I’ve been making chicken wrap non stop!
It’s just cheap to make and actually is nutritious, so… good enough of an excuse, right?
Back to anime talk…
So after having my heart sweetened by Saekano Flat Episode 8, I went into Tsuki ga Kirei Episode 8 and got the last accidental dose of sweetness.
I totally remember Tomoya in Saekano saying that, “We’ll simply offer ordinary conversations, small events and the cuteness of our heroines.”
That was exactly what I got from watching Tsuki ga Kirei. It was just the man and his heroine being cute. Take the kiss to even confirm it!
Of course, all of this had me in adrenaline and I couldn’t sleep until 2 P.M.
And when I got up I’ve found myself to be sweating (ew, it’s nearly winter!) which hinted something about me having had a nightmare(?).
Having worked with all of this in and out of my head was not easy. Thankfully my job doesn’t require a functioning brain.
After I got home from work it was then I have ultimately realized of what Saekano was truly lacking – simple yet meaningful conversations between Tomoya and Katou. He’s had it many times with Utaha and a good quarrel/make ups with Eriri, however when it comes to Katou all I’ve seen/heard were either her remarks on Tomoya’s weak spots or the circle’s project, rarely a normal conversation.
We actually had to wait all the way until second season episode 8 for Katou being cute and for once, not talk about the game? Ehhh….
Oh now that I’ve just ranted a little, I forgot that these very things happen much later in the light novel… urgh. Still. I want them animated and/or voiced!
Oh well. It’s 3 A.M. now so I’m signing out~