Reminds me kinda of this:
This is a film called 'She and Her Cat,' directed by Makoto Shinkai, the same guy who made '5 cm per Second'
sry no youtube link because the only versions i could find there were with spanish subs or a shitty fandub.
>Leaving the search key words in the link
Whatever. At first glance I thought they were part of the link.
>Getting this mad
Yeah I'm literally overboiling with ferocity at this very moment. I'm like a bomb that could explode at any second. Words cannot describe this intense feeling of anger I am going through right now.
It is an inexcusable outrage for anybody to point out simple mistakes that I have made.
>Being this mad
Advice. When there's a ? in a link, it's quite possible that whatever comes after it (it included) is not useful or relevant for the link. The only case when I found this to be wrong is with a link that had an ?key=. Obviously, without it, the page returned a 403.
This anon speaks the truth
Good to know. Will keep that in mind next time I post a link from Veoh (which will probably be never).
>Being this new
Except that that doesn't only apply to veoh. A lot of sites use that kind of attachment to the addresses to include what would be relevant info for you (for example, in youtube, there's the ?watchlist=, that means that you're not only linking the video, but the watchlist you're watching it in).
This anon knows their shit
>Makoto Shinkai, the same guy who made '5 cm per Second'
>sry no youtube
Yeah yeah I know. If it were a Youtube link i would've obviously cleaned it up, but using a different, uh... 'medium,' you could say, threw me off.
Anyways, I really like the statement by which the film concludes.
'This world - I think we like it.'
It gave a nice feeling.
The world is not beautiful, therefore it is
Yeah I know. i have a shitty habit of abbreviating when i feel like it when it comes to online discussions or things like that.
I don't do it in formal text, obviously.
Sure, you don't