So in Japan, this expression is like giving someone the finger?
>giving someone the finger?
I think it's more childish and girly than flipping the bird.
It's the equivalent of sticking your tongue out at someone in the west.
It's means she's wet and ready to be forcefully impregnated.
3D ruins it once again.
Will I be free from the terror of 3D if I kill myself?
Only if you were good enough in this life to ascend to the 2D world.
If you were bad, you will reach the realm of 4D.
It's insulting because it's making an ugly face at someone.
This is a perfect example and if you've ever seen someone do it in person it's amazing how it makes ANYONE look butt-ugly. How they manage to make it look cute in anime is just one of many reasons why it's superior to 3D.
Yes, and itstead of "fuck you!" you scream "Baka baka!"
This expression turns me on, but only if it's done by 2D people
I hate eyelid pulls without actually pulling the eyelid. It just looks retardedly like they're about to poke themselves in their fixed-stare, bug-like eyes.
It's a childish expression of disrespect.
We have something similar in France. It stands for "mon oeil", which means "I don't believe you" (a kid claims that his father works at Nintendo, the other kid pulls his lower eyelid down to show him he's not falling for that).
Sauce on that anime? Pretty sure it's a somewhat old one that I missed.
how old are you?
the anime have less than 10years
I heard from a reliable source that you may be interested in Tenjou Tenge?
Oh. The style reminds me of older stuff. Then again most anime past 8 years of age seem old to me since I got into it fairly recently, ignoring the stray episodes of spanish-dubbed Saint Seiya that I saw as a kid.