Perhaps ‘Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai!’ is too lengthy a designation for a show of such length. Perhaps, it is ‘tl;dw’ – ‘terribly lengthy; [a] disaster [to] write’, or ‘tiredly laborious; describe [it to me without] words’? Thankfully, I, the great master of simplicity, shortening, and pastries, have just the innovative solution you need to cure yourself from ‘the laziness [of] death wishes’!
Is ‘Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai!’ a disaster to write? Write no more, for we shall relieve you of your upper limbs in some time [if] at all! In the rare occurrence that our timely services are insufficient, we have exercised our great mental capabilities to manufacture a shorter, more efficient, and unique acronym for ‘Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai!’ Instead of numerous other ineffectual abbreviations such as ‘Majikoi’, ‘Denisai’, or ‘Mawakoshi’, simply write ‘cqX7’ in place of ‘Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai!’ Instead of typing all thirty-two characters, you need only express four.
Was that not what you were looking for? Were you hoping I to describe cqX7 without words, for watching cqX7 was tiredly laborious? You must be a senile old fool to tire from such a terse expedition. Nevertheless, O-New values every single or married senile old fool that visits our senile, old, foolish site. Worry not, senile old fools! Behold! A picture suffices for more than nine hundred and eighty-two words:
cqX7 stands for ‘cats quietly xylophone 72’»
Phew! Here it is, finally, completely complete and edited and everything! Except for the images, which haven’t been modified in any way except for some resizing. So here it is, over seven thousand and five hundred words later, my twenty-eleven fall, anime, SECOND THOUGHTS! YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH *party music*
Please, don’t read this all at once. Symptoms of reading this all at once include boredom, ennui, disinterest, fatigue, indifference, apathy, lethargy, dullness, monotony, tiresomeness, and death.
Well, well, well. Turns out I couldn’t finish this in time. I’ll write the Chihayafuru, Fate/Zero, and concluding segments tomorrow.
Don’t bother reading through this mess. At the moment, it’s over 6000 words long, and, well, completely unedited – that’s right, even I haven’t read through this mess of a post. So don’t bother, and I’m not even trying to use reverse psychology on you. I’ll finish editing this tomorrow. Then, I’ll start to spam it on every single blob in the history of ever and wait did I just say blob
well here’s a blob
But at least I made a not-very-pun-thing in the title of this post! Get it? I had First Impressions, and now I have Second Thoughts! Still debating what to call the third post in this series
(the Third Coming?), cause fuck if I’m going to write 11 Half Season Reviews after being 2 months late on every single show.
Except for Horizon…»
“I think Yamato should stay in the hospital a bit longer before he goes outside.”
“Yeah, he’s definitely in no fit condition to go outside.”
“What if he catches a cold outside the hospital?”
I’M ON A ROCKET.
And here comes a record for the shortest time it took me to write an anime post, having watched the episode in question for a total of one minute and forty seconds, and spending approximately three minutes writing this post, four minutes waiting for the only image to upload, and fifteen minutes to edit this very statement. Sixteen. Minutes. Seventeen minutes.
But fear not! This post is not entirely without content, for I announce the creation of a new tag: the Kurimagane Post! This tag is for posts alike the posts Kurogane crafts, similar to this one right here; after all, it’s hard to create an informative post when you’ve only watched one minute and forty seconds of an episode!
To be honest, this is not a Kurimagane Post, as there is far too much text! A true Kurimagane Post are like these posts! They are so short, they cannot even be tagged ‘Laziness’, for mere laziness would not produce such artistic minimalism! Notice the carefully constructed phrasing of every word! Notice that I linked this link twice, and now three times! Notice the creativity and ingenuity of this shrewd portmanteau between ‘Kurogane’ and ‘Imaga Post!’
“What is an Imaga?”, you may ask.
There will be no reply.
“You said you wouldn’t beat me to death if I died!”
Kore wa zombie desu»
Oh hmm this is my 700th post.
P.S. They didn’t.