How has anime indirectly improved your life?
Watching with subs helped teach me about looking in two directions at once improving my abilty to drive stick shift cars.
I used to be a loser like most of /a/'s users. I was a virgin at the age of 19, had never kissed, and didn't know how to behave around girls. Then I came over this incredible anime known as School Days. Through Sekai Saionji I learned how woman truly are: condescending, arrogant whores that only want the unattainable.
Remember how Sekai rejected all the guys who desired her body, while she was secretely fapping to the only guy who didn't like her: my sensei Makoto Ito.
Makoto Ito: A loser with no money nor friends. He taught me how to get chicks even though when I was a loser. Stay calm, stay cool, don't look down on yourself, and have other goals than fucking chicks. Slowly they'll be flocking around you like flies on a dog shit.
I am 100% serious. Watch SD now to study the dynamics and art of seduction.
Good luck friends!
It's distracting me from studying for Calculus, thus probably lowering my overall grade for the quarter by several percent.
Wait, you said improved?
After reading Ai-ren I changed my job.
Hell, what do you live for if you can't even decide on something like that?
I have a lower chance of getting skin cancer than most people.
It gave me a new hobby to replace MMOs I suppose.
Watching anime has kept me free of the danger of stds by making sure I am forever a virgin.
gurren lagann made me get in shape, get a job, fuck a girl, quit smoking, get in good standing with my family again, start playing piano again, and leave the house regularly.
well.. its certainly cant make it any worse
Tissue boxes are awesome.
I can strip paint from cars with my bare palms and kill a man with my left-hook from watching CCS marathons.
on the whole anime is pretty damn optimistic, so I'd say after watching so much of it I've developed a positive outlook on life.
Kaiji and Aizen taught me to never trust anyone with anything you couldn't afford to be screwed and backstabbed over.
I took up baking bread after watching Yakitate!! Japan. Before, I couldn't cook anything. Now I can bake muffins, quick breads, and a range of yeast breads, and from there I learned how to cook all kinds of food. I'm eating better, saving a lot of money, and enjoying food more.
I learned how to channel my spirit energy from contemplating Gunnm, but that's not anime.
Mysogynistic humor thread, go.
I've gained 27kg
Holy shit fucking lol'd.
Anyway Cromartie High taught me to make the best out of situations, and that sometimes hilarious and wonderful results can come from situations that seem like the end of the world. Stupid I know, but I swear to God that I'm not trolling and that I really think like that now that I've finished Cromartie.
Anyway Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya taught me to make the best out of situations, and that sometimes hilarious and wonderful results can come from situations that seem like the end of the world. Stupid I know, but I swear to God that I\'m not trolling and that I really think like that now that I\'ve finished Haruhi.
Anyway Tengen Toppa Gurren-Lagann taught me to make the best out of situations, and that sometimes hilarious and wonderful results can come from situations that seem like the end of the world. Stupid I know, but I swear to God that I\'m not trolling and that I really think like that now that I\'ve finished Gurren-Lagann.
Higurashi taught me that I need to hide the bodies better.
Uh ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh...PASTA ALERT
I lol'd fucking hard.
i learned that if talking doesn't work, you better beat the ever living shit out of your enemy.
afterwards they will beg to be your friend.
i learned that u cant constanly be eating and never gain weight. i'm at 245 now cause of that girl
I learned that romance can be sexy.
I guess I manned up a little from the amount of GAR anime I ingested.
I leaarned how to hyper self-pleasure.
i learned i like little girls
i learned how to reject the world.
thats wat i learned
I learned that life is an adventure and adversity is an opportunity to grow stronger.
I suffer from a couple of nearly debilitating chronic, incurable illnesses. I don't go through a day without some degree of pain and suffering. When I get up in the morning, I don't know whether I'll be functional or crying and waiting for the pain or nausea to stop.
I don't know if I'd be able to get out of bed in the morning without the sense of proportion and endurance I've gotten from One Piece and TTGL. Even though I feel horrible so much of the time, they inspire me to -- phrasing this as cheesily as possible -- sail on, drill on, keep going, do the best I can with what I've got.
Kaiji taught me everything I need to know to be a man and how to survive in this cruel world.
lol, you need to look to find a thing that is in the very same place every time?
I found my hikikomori ways and fell in love with the best boy ever.
I now appreciate (to some extent) ballet and theater because of Gankutsuou and Princess Tutu.