>there are people who genuinely think that Tatami Galaxy is an original anime and not a book adaptation
>There are people who generally think that X is an original anime and not a Y adaptation
The amount of people who didn't realise Steins;Gate was adapted from a VN is horrendous.
I think Spice&Wolf or Haruhi get the cake there though.
>there are people who genuinely don't realize that the majority of anime these days is an adaptation of something and not original
Even Black Rock Shooter was adapted from a music video.
>caring what other people think
I find it quite amusing, really.
I don't think people who think things that are adaptations are original are that common.
Though I often see people who think just because a series has an anime and a manga, it has to be a manga adaptation, that grinds my gears a bit.
>those people who say that Umineko was adapted from the manga
I can relate to what you say.
It's not a matter of caring what they think, it's caring that they're here.
>There are people who think every anime ever was adapted from a manga
There are people who believe anime should be about serious and deep series instead of magic girls, powerful men, mechas and absurdity.
Gaijins are shit, just ignore.
>there are people who genuinely think that starting threads with shitty greentext that has no basis in reality whatsoever is a good idea
Anime has no obligation to be about anything. Yes, sometimes, even I wish for something more serious to watch, but that's not a good enough reason to say that "anime isn't serious enough".
>there are people who think every manga gets an anime adaptation
>there are people who think Tatami Galaxy was made by SHAFT
There are people who think that using the quote function on this kind of sentence makes it any more meaningful.
>There are people who don't know sage exists.
>there are people who think
>there are people
What's it matter, though?
Greentext one-liners are just sure thread-starters.