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So I'm very new to anime, i've only actually watched one (Shingeki no Kyojin/Attack on Titan). I just have a question for you all: why do so many anime names, song names, etc have "no" in them? What does it mean in that context?

>pic unrelated, it's just the only anime thing in my pictures folder
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Boku no Pico
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>>100763700
b-b-but...i'm not trolling...
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>>100763640
If you lurk longer, you'll figure it out.
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It's used to signify possession similar to how an apostrophe-s signifies possession in English.

Can't for the life of me remember what the name is for that grammatically.
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it means "fucks"
boku no pico is a series about kids fucking
boku and pico are the two main characters

i hope i cleared that out for you op
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>>100763797
this
shingeki fucks kyojin
the characters fuck
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>>100764957
Alternatively, titans fuck UP humans.
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You can't fall for this, /a/.

I've trained you for better than this.



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