pass me the anime controller bro
>lemme see your fig bro
I don't get this what is going on?
Is this one of those may mays you kids are always going on about?
is he alright
Your fucking nails.
It's a /v/ thing.
They want to shitpost here but don't know anything about anime and manga so they just post this.
Ironically, this has also nothing to do with video games and they also don't play video games so they don't fit in /v/ either.
To be completely honest i don't know what these people do all day or what their interests are.
Shitpost, that's it?
They also masturbate to 3D traps
Pass the manga, bro.
>Can I see see your daki bro?
>Shitpost, that's it?
Go to any thread on /v/. Any will do. You'll immediately notice that either the OP is shitposting or that the thread is full of "ironic" shitposting. It's all they do.
Aren't those fucking deadly?
I-it wasn't always like this
Ironic shitposting took control of that board.
You can put lots of deadly things on you when you know how to not freak out.
Like my ex wife!
It's not like anyone did anything to stop it. I mean, moot even created a board specifically made for shitposting
Moot doesn't care about anything anymore but 4chan passes and hanging out with cool people and taking trips.
I don't blame him, he wanted this place to become like it's japanese counterpart but since the userbase is worldwide instead of just one nation, there has never been a strong sense of community.
It's a failed experiment that probably haunts him every day, i'd want to forget about it too.
I bet he cries every time he sees /jp/
He loves it.
It's funny that you think /a/ isn't the same way with shitposting
>Homu did nothing wrong threads
>What the fuck did I just watch threads
>Best key girl threads
>Miyazaki hates moeshit threads
>Ironic anime recommendation threads
>Veiled off topic threads with a cute anime girl in the OP (examples from the catalog, include "burger, drink or fries" thread and the Sekai Seifuku smoking debate thread
here you go
It doesn't help when the few people trying to stop the cancer from spreading are accused of being autistic and spammed with even more "ironic" shitposting. They brought it upon themselves. We should all learn from /jp/ and stay elitist and sperg over every little thing someone does.
What an odd spot to place a censor bar.
I bet he got 1 million upvotes for this post.
/jp/ is just a bunch of shut in autistic bastards that like to circlejerk with their inside jokes.
They don't invade other boards, they have their own unwritten rules, they keep to themselves.
Think about horrible shit like /v/ or /pol/.
I've always wanted to learn japanese just to see more of what the nips' side of the internet is like.
>horrible shit like /v/ or /pol/
You realize the most active boards are /b/, /v/, /a/, and /pol/ right?
Besides /b/ (normalfag containment) it's all the same fucking shit. Most people use 2 or all 3 of them. I bet you're just butthurt because 4chan hates feminism.
How far has censorship fallen.
Google image is all the moon runes.
Has it been translated?
Can I have a name?
Except /jp/ became a board where there's no discussion going on anymore.
Seriously /a/ keep ranting on and on about how they want to be "elitist", i really have to explain to you guys that you have no fucking clue what that means.
A true elitist board is /v/, try to talk about ANYTHING that isn't accepted by the hivemind and watch your thread crash and burn.
Elitism alone doesn't make a good board, /v/ is proof of this, /a/ isn't even that elitist because quite frankly most people on /a/ are entry level bitches that seriously think they're advanced or some shit, in their own little world they made inside their head.
/a/ should just try to talk about anime and fucking manga, stick to the goddamn basics and what works, else you become a bunch of nonsense like /jp/, or a bunch of non stop shitposting faggots like /v/.
Keep things simple.
I've only watched 40 anime and I'm surprised at how easy it was to fit in. I started /a/ by going to the evangelion threads during the summer and the elitist reputation is so laughably untrue, if anything /a/ should be more elitist.