Mushyrulez’s Extremely Trivial Askings
Lately, I’ve been reading various anime posts, despite having not experienced this season other than the masterpiece that is Something Acutely Obese. That is to say, I read posts about anime I’ve not watched.
For me, reading anime posts is more entertaining than watching the anime in question. This may speak to a) my questionable sanity b) how humanity is declining c) how hume-anime is declining or d) the appeal of captivating posts.
And so, a question to none of you readers out there. What’s your favourite part of anime blogging?
Is it broadcasting to the whole world your terrible taste in anime?
Is it reading the mundane splatter of amateur episode summaries?
Is it aggrandizing the juvenile drama-fests that are Twitter and ‘meta-posts’?
Is it participating in collaborative activities with friends?
Is it diversifying to ‘catch ‘em all’ by recording podcasts and catching Metapods?
Is it attaining awareness of assorted academic areas through auxiliary articles apropos of such?
Is it satirizing others’ grammatical errors as recreation?
Is it immersing yourself through videos in the multifaceted domain of two-dimensional moè girls (in brief: actually watching anime)?
The last ranks poorly in my list; indeed, I only despise podcasts and Pokémon more than raw anime consumption. Is this cause enough to supplant with another anime’s place? Is anime consumption merely a prerequisite for full entertainment? Is this (cleverly named) META post going to receive more comments than any other by a factor of five? Judging by the rate O-New’s stats are falling (we should hit 0 hits/day in approximately… two days), I daresay no. You can read a parody without knowledge of its source. You can read an anime post without experience thereof.
And I can stop talking like a retard as well as change this stupid Hakase banner