Look, she may be ultimately stupid, be she can wreck havoc on some undead including high ranking devil army general
@DrSin, plus she has big ol tiddies
@Diddle Kid, she's got what now?
@DrSin, you mean the undead she attracts?
@The Pun Shielder, hey, you gotta fix your own problems right??
I realllyyyy, liked Autism-chan. Totally forgot her name and the anime name, but she is an artist with no emotional concept or something and I loved her character's dryness and her eventual development of emotions.
@CoolGuyDeath, Mashiro Shiina, from Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo (The Pet Girl of Sakurasou).
She happens to be my favorite female anime character ever, so I appreciate you
God'tism. *picture of me*
Wait, 2 of them are retardation.
I'm a weeb
The sexual undertones in anime is disgusting. Also, I've never watched anime
Can someone explain how the suffixes work? I know they reference women but I can't tell why there's 3 different ways. I feel like age might have something to do with it.
@Sambob, they don’t specifically refer to the gender, but basically they are for how much someone respects the person they are talking about. For example, the -sama suffix is reserved for those that you have the highest respect for (I think Mr. Rogers would be on that short list). If anyone else can help me explain these things better, I’d appreciate the help.
@Sambob, chan/kun is an equal usually younger people I beleive? San is like Mr/Mrs, and sama means Lord, like "Kami-sama" meaning Lord God. So someone in really high regard probably only country rulers or something of that line if you called someone "___-sama".
So is she also becoming a bigger freak in bed?
Shouldn't the right column be vertically inverted?