This thing is over six years old but worth a second look (or a millionth of you are a veteran meme warden). There are trending memes. There are dying memes. There are long resting memes and there are immortal memes. The Cicada Block is most definitely classed into the immortal type because as long as … Continue reading Blast in the past: The Cicada Block Meme
I haven't really watched anime in the past week but I have been accompanying Plyassan in his Overwatch journey. Games like these are always fun when played alongside people you're socially confident with. Our first game had me troll on Swagcio (okay, it's Lucio). He's probably the most trippy hero in the game and you … Continue reading Bloggers Play! Overwatch with Plyasm
Backlogging my anime list to Fall 2017 because current season is giving me so much break.
I still do think that I have been steering away from being unique. I mean, I do believe that my blog is pretty much the same as everyone else's; lots of love poured into them!
Some may make you crack up, some may make you click, some may have you see me in a completely different light--not a good one. But that's really the point of this post being random. Made In Abyss surfaced as unarguably the best non-sequel show of 2017 Summer Season, you even have MAL ratings to … Continue reading Absolutely random thoughts for Made In Abyss
It is a common knowledge among gamers that we do not 'face-check' things around unfamiliar places, regardless to what genre of games we play. Taken from Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni. episode 3, Else, Linse and Yae practiced safety first. Touya is invincible anyway, but there is absolutely nothing wrong in doubting him.
I love how this is a spoof of Karen's looks, as witnessed by Keita who wakes up from a nightmare of having his confession declined. It's also scary when a dating SIM heroine coincidentally looks too much like the girl you know in real life! No... NO! Anything but this! Gamers! Episode 5
I remember laughing at Kuroneko tripping after her rejection in the last arc of OreImo, then I remembered seeing something even better. This is it. Kudou Mirei's rejection in Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de, episode 2. Seriously, this tops out Eromanga-sensei for rejecting a girl two episodes into the show and given that the confession … Continue reading Coming to terms with (love) rejection