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So, why do you guys hate these 2 things so much?
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We like to pretend anime is some 2deep4anyone hobby when they're really just Japanese sitcom's and soap operas.

>stop liking things I don't like
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I like pandering but only when it caters to me. Otherwise it sucks.
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>>100141313
/thread
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>>100140801
/a/ doesn't hate either of those things, why do you think they like KyoAni so much? This is the exact definition of Chuu2, Hyouka, Tamako Market, and Kyoukai no Kanata
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>>100140801
They stifle change and innovation.

But it's anime, who gives a shit. I don't know why people bitch so much.
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I don't mind generic if it's executed well and pandering is fine when it's panders to me
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>>100141828
This.
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>>100140801
>generic
It gets boring
>pandering
I don't hate it, even if it doesn't cater to me.
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>>100141605
Why do they post like someone actually cares about their opinion.
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I like generic otaku-pandering anime based on light novels because they make "real anime"/manime fags mad.
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>>100141605
>blah blah good narrative, interesting characters and plot hurp durp waaahhh moeshit is killing the industry

I love people like this. They give me delicious tears.



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