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How can you watch anime about middle and high school kids when you're significantly older than that?
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Why do we look back on the past, though we live in the present, which is our past's future?
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How can you play E rated video games when you're significantly older than that?
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But we're all little girls here, anon-chan.
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>>100999577
I actually wonder this about myself. I guess if the story is good enough, then it doesn't matter what age the characters are.
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Excuse me but I'm a 9 year-old girl
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>>100999577
My teen years were garbage so it's nice to lose myself in a fantasy world of magic and big titties
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>>100999577
I actually stopped around the time I turned 19.

I realised my middle school/high school days are over and I will never have the chance to experience the kind of things I see in my chinese cartoons and that makes me sad.

>tfw no harem of cute tsundere girls
>no wacky adventures with friends
>no spilling spaghetti stumbling answer to teacher
>no sexfriend



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