It’s always the “norm” to tell people why they SHOULD do something. But in the case of
Here’s why I’d recommend you don’t watch
1. Once you get hooked, you’ll never be able to quit
Anime is like a “good” type of drug. Or even a better version of sugar.
It tastes sweet, it’s easy to digest, and it helps you learn about new things and see life from a fresh perspective.
- Psycho Pass.
- Kino’s Travels.
And plenty of other series will change the way you look at things forever.
2. Once you start laughing, you’ll end up with a stomach ache
The world of
They find “humor” in topics that differ from the norm.
And on top of that –
Once you start laughing, you’ll never be able to return to “normal” TV ever again. Because only
3. You’ll learn a lot more from
anime than “regular” TV
Even an OFFICIAL doctor confirmed how accurate the lessons, presentation and education is in Cells At Work. Which says a lot.
And then there’s the NEW
A REAL personal trainer reacted to the
And there are
- Dragon Ball Z.
- Little Busters.
- Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple.
- Kino’s Journey.
And so many more
4. You’ll start to realize the hate for
anime isn’t justified
The hate for a LOT of things isn’t justified in the world of entertainment. But
If you start to watch dozens and dozens of
But if you avoid
We wouldn’t want that now, would we?
5. Your friends and family will think you’re a weirdo
The fastest way to get your friends and family to think you’re strange, is to start watching
More likely than not they’re bound to think you need help and you’re in need of a new hobby… If they find out about it.
But you might get off lucky if they don’t mind it. 😅
6. You might start wearing
With the stigma and criticism attached to
Of course – this only matters if you give a sh*t about those kinds of things.
7. You’ll meet all kinds of interesting people in the
Not everyone is what critics call “Weebs” in the
BUT… You’ll meet all kinds of interesting people in the
Many are introverts, but some are extroverts. And all of us share an appreciation for the Japanese art form of
This is obviously a tongue-in-cheek type of post. Leaning on the side of sarcasm more than anything else.
But since there are people who believe