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How does Anime affect you? (Thread) - Page 2

Anime Affects You?

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i cant't name how many things anime has taught me and how it change my percptive on life
and btw for the better

it's ruined my life but i regret nothing

Positively:
-found new good music
- had fun
- learn something~

anime has actually made me open up to others. is that weird?

Anime makes me think epic thoughts.

anime had the same efect on me as crack on charlie scheen it chagped my life but elivated me to an entierly new tmperal plane of existans

Positively effects on me:
-I actually have something I can enjoy now.
-I have become more active.
-I feel it's okay for me to like the things I like, feel what I feel, and think what I think now.
-I finally have people who inspire me (even if they're not real).
-My art has improved.
-I found a lot of great music.
-I found many great ideas and new interest from it.
-It gave me something to spend my free-time on (over protective parents will not allow me to do anything else I enjoy).
-I have something in common with other people.
-I found that I have a love of writing because of an anime

Negative effects:
-My mother thinks I'm some otaku who only likes anime.
-LOL drugs would have been cheaper.
-There is a negative opinion of fans so I experience some backlash about things I like.
-I don't have as much time/ drive to teach myself things anymore.

It doesn't. I affect it!

Positives:
- I've learned a lot from anime
- Instant happiness 8D
- It helped me find what I want to do in the future
- I was able to learn a bit of Japanese
- I discovered light novels
- My standards have become higher, especially when it comes to story
- I can draw pretty well now (I think)
- Everything is somehow related to anime
- I've become an encyclopedia for anime and voice actors/actresses

Negatives
- I spend too much time on the computer
- I do more anime related stuff than homework
- Spent A LOT of money on anime merchandise
- My standards have become higher, especially when it comes to story
- I sometimes find it hard to draw something that isn't anime
- I think I act too much like a stereotypical anime character
- Everything is somehow related to anime
- I've become an encyclopedia for anime and voice actors/actresses

I think i'm more open-minded. I have learnt about another culture, I've met a lot of people, and, the most important thing, i've had a great time.
However, i've become more exigent with stories, and i've spent a lot of money with merchandise, also a lot of hours at the computer.

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