What’s (In My Opinion) the Worst Parts About Anime

What’s (In My Opinion) the Worst Parts About Anime

I love anime. I doubt that’s a surprise at this point. While it wasn’t my original intention, pretty much this entire blog is reliant on the medium. I write about it every day, post about it every few days, and for some reason, people seem to enjoy it, and that means a lot to me. This whole medium means a lot to me.

 

In fact, I already made an entire post just about why that is. Check it out here!  And that got me thinking about what the opposite would look like. Instead of all the things I love about this medium, what would be some of the things I dislike? Maybe even hate? I think that’s an interesting discussion.

 

But that makes me wonder: will I even find something I dislike? Well, yes. Yes, I will. I may love anime, but nothing’s perfect, and this is no exception. Anime has its quirks, as I’m sure most of you know. Some will bother others more, but these are what bother me the most.

So, you probably saw this one coming. Especially if you read last month’s random anime. I do not care much for fanservice or ecchi in anime. Both are different things but similar, and I don’t really like either of them unless used in moderation. 

 

I said this before. You want to have a beach episode, go do it! You want the occasional male protagonist falling into a chest, have fun! But there is a time and a place for it. Your action anime should not have panty shots. Your serious dramas shouldn’t have panty shots. If it’s a comedy, then it’s fine. It makes sense. But if you want to ruin any tension your story has, an awkward panty shot or very excited jiggle physics is a good way to do it.

 

Ecchi, I have fewer problems with. This is an entire genre based on these moments. And you know what? Done well, they can be very enjoyable. They know what they are, and they don’t try to be any better. They’re funny, inappropriate comedies (that exist in other forms of media as well), and that’s great. They aren’t my favorite, but I get the appeal.

I will not, however, say the common belief that anime is more perverted than other mediums. I do not believe that. I can think of a few shows in the west that are worse. One of the biggest in a while, Game of Thrones, has a ton of sex scenes, which is far more graphic than what anime often shows, and there was even incest to boot. You know, the other thing anime does a little too often. You really back yourself into a corner with that argument. Other mediums are just as bad.

 

However, anime is worse, but often in a different way. Incest is the tip of the iceberg for anime sometimes. The most common complaint is the over-sexualization of teenagers. I can’t help my medium out on that one. Almost every anime takes place in high school or middle school, including the ecchi series, and they are not shy about it at all.

 

To play devil’s advocate, though, Japan is a different country with different laws and beliefs, so while it may seem weird for some of us, it’s not that weird for a lot of the world, and in a way, they’re doing nothing wrong with the age of consent being lower. Morally wrong, you could argue. Actually, lawfully wrong, no.

Sometimes our Japanese friends decide to test the limits of both, with a conversation I imagine went very similar to this:

Guy 1: “Hey, why don’t we make this cute girl that looks like she’s 5 and put her in perverted situations?”

Guy 2: “No.”

Guy 1: “But what if we say she’s 500 years old?”

Guy 2: “…”

And that’s how the “L” word was born, children. Yeah, anime screwed up on that one. It’s not my place to judge people’s taste, but it’s wrong in a lot of ways. Perhaps the worst is that it’s actually against the law. Well, it’s kind of in a grey area, but when people see 5– I mean 500-year-old girl climbing on her “Onii-Chan!” I can’t really blame anyone who thinks anime is messed up. It looks really bad, and I wish anime would better its reputation and do away with most of it.

 

This kind of leads into a whole other debate about the representation of women in general in anime, which isn’t always the best, mainly because of those aforementioned ecchi moments, but anime is far from the only medium to have this problem. Most male-centered forms of entertainment will be like that.

 

But that doesn’t mean anime only has those types of women. This is also the medium that will give you the most badass ones when it wants to. It’s just a bit of a mixed bag that never really goes in between. You get a lot of not very good female characters, and then a hell of a lot of great ones.

 

This is kind of the same point, but it’s more an issue I have with the community rather than the medium, but the medium plays into this and fosters it. Anime fans are so thirsty. I get it. I really do. And I believe most of it is in jest, and I’m guilty of sometimes playing into it too, even if it’s not to the degree as some, but you can’t get upset that more people don’t watch anime when it’s common for the community to have a collective brain aneurysm over a character’s feet or armpits.

 

That’s, I think, my biggest issue with anime in general, really. I just wish we, as the community, would do a better job making the community seem more appealing to be in. Because you have to be a special kind of person to want to actually be a part of that, or you must just really love anime. 

On a less specific level, certain character tropes tend to bother me. Once again, anime is not the only medium with this problem, but you do often see characters that are nothing but walking tropes with crazy hair.

 

Some bother me more than others, but I would say that any character that strictly falls into one archetype isn’t my favorite. A tsundere that never shows any character growth or emotional growth gets annoying. You can only across so many passive male leads in harems. I can only stand so many “Hi, Onii-Chan!” characters. I wouldn’t say I quite “hate” any of these things, but I can definitely get sick of them.

 

When you see so many of the same things, it can all get very boring. Something with genres as well. I admit I’m a fan of Isekais. I really like them. One of my last posts was all about that. Still, I do get tired of how many series go for the same exact plot. Guy or girl dies, go to a different world, be strong, the end. While you can change the formula up, you still get mostly the same thing. It also frustrates me that I can’t find any light novels to read out of the genre either. Once again, though, that’s not a problem specific to the medium.

And that’s really what it comes down to. I don’t think anime itself does many things uniquely bad. Most problems it suffers from are things that other similar mediums go through as well.

 

Yes, anime has a few oddities here and there, some worse than others, but nothing that warrants the type of looks some people give it. Much of the problems with anime, and why some people are so turned off to it, is because of the community itself, and the way they embrace certain things, not really the thing that community enjoys.

 

Anime is also at that awkward transitional stage right now where it’s starting to get big around the world, but it isn’t quite accepted yet. And when people don’t understand something, they either learn more about it or hate it.

 

I’m very lucky because here on WordPress is a very good portion of the community. Some parts of that community, not so much, but ultimately, it won’t make me stop liking anime. That would be a difficult thing to make me do. I already fell away from it once and came back, so I don’t see why that wouldn’t happen again. 

 

I’m not going to be dramatic and say I’ll never drift away from anime, anything can happen, but for the foreseeable future, even the things I don’t like about the medium won’t stop me from enjoying it every day, which is a good thing, because I’d have far less to talk about here.

 

Thank you very much for reading

 

What are some things you don’t like about anime? Just because we like something doesn’t mean we think it’s perfect, after all.

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Johnathan

    So I have thought about this a lot. The general taboos that come with the medium and a lot of backlash I receive personally from either friends who aren’t into anime at all or those who know enough to know it can get weird.

    And I want to state clearly, it gets weird.

    But I think you brought up a really good point no one seems to either A know about or B want to talk about and that is the West can be just as bad. Hollywood is a sexist, racist, toxic masculine hell hole and has been for DECADES. And while I will admit I enjoy incest romances, which is morally, questionable. It is a genre rampant in anime but not isolated to it in any way.

    Then we get into the age stuff. One of the most interesting take away for me personally is, the term, lolicon, defers from the 1955 Nabokov novel Lolita, Nabokov notably an Russian American novelist, one that is considered an American great. Now the kicker for me is Lolita (to me) isn’t a romance novel and one would have to really twist the story to make it into one, which is exactly what Hollywood and Broadway did in their adaptations.

    Even Kaworu Watashiya ‘A Child’s Time’ a manga that was dropped by Seven Seas (in the US) for being a little bit too promiscuous was going to be released in the states under the title ‘Nymphet’ a term Nabokov coined. Though anime overall gets a wrap for doing a lot of that stuff, irrelevant to how people feel about it I find it fascinating that the West has influenced those types of stories world wide.

    One could even go as far as mention Nabokov’s 1969 novel Ada, or Ador, which is a 800 page story about a love affair between siblings. And honestly, isn’t that great.

    I have to mention Nabokov was just one man, and his types of stories were not, and are not rampant in todays US market. But when we look at a lot of taboo story telling world wide, Western influences is heavily ingrained within them.

    I really enjoy these conversations, mostly because as I have mentioned I love story telling. I am always curious of how or why an author does something and questions like this one, is one of the best ways to figure that out.

    Really like the take and read!

    1. It’s definitely interesting to think about. I believe I looked that up one time and heard about Nabokov, but seeing it laid out like you did, puts it into perspective. Thank you for that. You made the post a lot better with this discussion.

      What I really believe it comes down to is the point I made about something being unknown, or new, or foreign. It’s much easier to point fingers at this new real thing than taking the time to reflect on your own history and admit that the problem isn’t something that just showed up. It’s easier to blame someone else than to take responsibility yourself, pretty much. I do genuinely think most people who have biases towards anime and just uninformed, though. Anime is weird, and anyone who tells you it’s not is a liar, so I understand why you would think all anime is outrageous from the few instances you see get publicity. I do believe it’s a phase the medium will outgrow, though.

  2. Chris

    First off, interesting read, its nice to see you made a blog (i think it could be a fun thing to do), I kind of would like to do that some day when I have time lol.

    Okay,
    So the first topic, Ecchi,Fanserverse and probably also harem i’d assume, (The three are normally together.)
    I personally do not mind it, in fact i enjoy it as it to me it has more romance than most rom coms I see, what i mean is most rom coms I’ve seen generally take a full season to see them kiss and hug. where fanservice i see a lot more “romance” a lot more flirts and they are a lot closer generally. Plus being a guy there is that 😉 (i like my romances with a lot more love around the couple)

    But i can fully understand if you don’t like it and nothing wrong with that, in fact i agree to a degree about the second part. Like i said i don’t mind Ecchi/fanservice in action shows. but i can understand if its too much reoccurring in a action anime that’s meant to be really serious and ruff. Like for example it would feel off to me if something like Baki had fanservice when its a fighting anime where a lot of people die and stuff. So i get you on that part. But personally so far i haven’t seen too much of that as an issue myself (but that’s me), bleach would have to be the closest example or maybe Highschool DXD or high school of the dead. but those last too are Very fan serviced.

    “I will not, however, say the common belief that anime is more perverted than other mediums” – Jacob,2021

    In general i think anime is a little bit more Pervy than “western cartoons”. But what i mean is for the age that people tend to watch it.
    So as a kid in the west they would watch ben10, how to train your dragon, Fairy odd parents. Those shows aren’t really sexual maybe like one or two characters (Vicky with her shirt i guess). Where as sailor moon, Dragon ball , naruto had some questionable bits in it.
    this part was more of from a younger audience perspective, anime vs cartoons for younger kids.

    with dramas (live actions) or teenage cartoons like (surfers paradise) , i didn’t really watch many as a teen but even those compared to anime they are not as cheeky or sexualised as frequently as anime is. The best you might see was kissing hugging, and possibly a bikini or short shorts/crop top. anything sexual was generally M or MA+ and normally older kids saw them.

    Note* this was my experience in a western society around the 2000s +. this probably has changed as my younger brother is much more knowledgeable about the world than i was when i was his age, and has seen much more mature stuff than i did at the age. It was still fairly taboo for kids to watch war films and the like, now days I feel parents don’t really care or have lessen restrictions

    The Most sexualised content i saw as a kid was Anime (not saying it was a bad thing for me tho)
    i had not mind it then nor do i now as i was very happy watching anime back then as i am now, but im guessing parents probably would differ on the idea and i can understand.

    When it comes to the adult mediums, they are more on par, like you said “game of thrones”, best i can think of to compare would have to be Redo of a healer. although that to many is considered a hentai, i dont consider it as one (perhaps soft core) as you don’t see the main stuff.

    I feel like the west will show sex more in mature films without them becoming “pornography” but japan will show more “perverted things” such as the more kinky stuff, such as the anime “hensuki” so things like “BDSM” Without it becoming hentai.
    (i feel its generally more common occurrence in anime to as a genre to show more kinky stuff.)

    “The most common complaint is the over-sexualization of teenagers”
    “To play devil’s advocate, though, Japan is a different country with different laws and beliefs, so while it may seem weird for some of us, it’s not that weird for a lot of the world, and in a way, they’re doing nothing wrong with the age of consent being lower. Morally wrong, you could argue. Actually, lawfully wrong, no.”

    Ah yes this one, So i see it in a few ways,
    1. like you said it is a different culture, different standards, customs and laws.
    So its good you acknowledged this, many westerners are very shocked on the topic it is only natural, it goes both ways. Asians are shocked we don’t allow it here in the west lmao.
    Now this brings me back to a topic that I’m more commonly seeing getting more attention as anime spreads internationally especially to the western powers.
    there is a notion by some to westernized anime for western audience….
    No. i highly disagree. i firmly believe a Japanese media should remain Japanese.
    One of the reasons i highly enjoy anime is because it brings me back to my Asian roots, the Asian jokes, the culture, the way they do things. I know what it is, I’m used to it. my family has done it our whole lives i never really thought that it was odd till a westerner pointed it out.
    I would hate for anime to “adapt” to western audiences, i hope i don’t sound greedy :), but i see anime as “Asian comedy” or “Asian Entertainment” and I’m more than happy for non Asians to watch it. I know its not all that enjoyable to many as they hardly get the references and jokes, but its stuff that i am entertained by and im sure many of others are.
    Its like i don’t want western media to accommodate to a Asian audience, I enjoy western shows because of their “style”. Vice versa. (a bit off topic but i wanted to mention this, i think i planned to do it later down, but i guess i got too excited)

    back on topic. so it is very strange to a western audience but it is very normalized in japan, i know many make an argument that anime doesn’t reflect real Japanese life, but to a degree it does, (of course not every one is all that dramatized,) so what I’m getting at is that its morally wrong for the west, but not for the east. (now this is my interpretation, others may disagree, even some real Japanese)

    2. The Highschool themes.
    I can see this going two ways. 2a) anime is watched a lot by teens and probably is more targeted for them, therefore the younger high school setting.( *i know alot of adults like anime, but the apeal would be that they themselves were once in high school, and that they being teens watching these animes then grew up and the entertainment still stuck with them, hence why they still enjoy the genre.)

    2b) our youth was the prime of our beauty in a sense. Since the laws and culture are different, (this is very similar to my own Asian culture), it is only natural that a more mature audience both male & female are interested in watching a show containing younger versions of themselves and peers in a sense. even gain that attraction. many old famous guys date young women in their 20s, in a way this is similar, but the laws are much lower.

    “Sometimes our Japanese friends decide to test the limits of both, with a conversation I imagine went very similar to this”

    because the law is so low some would inevitably push it as far as they can(further than the west). and i do suppose through out history a “young bride” wasnt a taboo topic previously, times have changed, (damm this is a hard one to talk about) i believe japan is alot more “artistic” (or pervy i guess) and not as binding in some areas as other nations or traditions, And although not all Japanese approve of “Petite young anime girls” there is obviously quite an audience for them, otherwise the content for them wouldn’t be so vast, and the stereotype would not be so strong.
    This is one of the most heavily debated topics for anime.

    “This kind of leads into a whole other debate about the representation of women in general in anime, which isn’t always the best, mainly because of those aforementioned ecchi moments, but anime is far from the only medium to have this problem. Most male-centered forms of entertainment will be like that.”

    Yes i believe it is a heavily male targeted and enjoyed medium, so in that aspect it isn’t good at attracting women. However i feel as that is only some anime, and its more widely talked about or seen because these “male appealing anime” are extremely popular with men and have gathered a huge audience. (allowing for more common advertisements)
    I feel like its not entirely a issue, there are anime that would cater more for the ladies and im sure they aim for that. but i have a feeling that many fans enjoy anime because of the fanservice/ecchi-ness of the female counter part and make anime more “neutral” will lose a huge audience in japan. and as stated before i am not fond of the idea of appealing to the west just because they complain. (making it more gender equal will be big in the west, but would lose huge followers from japan and around the world.) I can understand women will not be fond of a popular show that sexualises them, but unfortunately Japanese anime is very much this way, its about alot of pervy pleasure (the japanese are kinky ;). like said before there are authors who will do non sexualised anime and there are female authors who will cater to their viewers.
    I also find this topic a “it depends” one. for example i love “vampire Knight” one of my earliest animes i remember. It’s female lead is a little like how you described. The audience can see her thighs and she is very dopey. she is definitely a bit of eye candy for some. The main popular lead would have to be her love interests. two guys. BUT. this was written by Matsuri Hino. A female author. the girl is written to represent a teenage girl by a women, (this is also an issue in many other media) but a few would complain as that she is a clutz and is not as strong as her male love interests…. but that was the point as this is that sort of romance where girls would get giddy being near big strong handsome vampire men. (this anime is basically the vampire diaries). so i see a lot of people upset about this but, they also have to remember its fiction, its for some not others. not every one will enjoy it and that’s okay. Same can be applied to men, some complain(males,) the men are too masculine too ridiculously muscular… Yes… that is the point. its fake its what a lot of us aspire to be :,( not all will enjoy it, but some will. Art doesn’t cater for all, ( I believe art is what the author feels/likes, he wants to be successful yes, but artist hate making something they don’t want to make, if its not them) some like classical some like rock, some like abstract some like renaissance. (Big comparisance, But the point is they are different. I guess you could say, some like Power metal, others like Death metal.) a bit of topic again perhaps lol. these are all music genre’s some being similar, but just because its all music not every one like each type.

    “But that doesn’t mean anime only has those types of women. This is also the medium that will give you the most badass ones when it wants to. It’s just a bit of a mixed bag that never really goes in between. You get a lot of not very good female characters, and then a hell of a lot of great ones.”

    I agree, good female characters are around, you just have to find them 🙂
    (although not an anime, a female character I’m currently invested in is from the game “lobotomy corporation” Her name is Angela and she turns out to be very important to the story and is a very excellent character in my eyes.)

    “This is kind of the same point, but it’s more an issue I have with the community rather than the medium, but the medium plays into this and fosters it. Anime fans are so thirsty. I get it. I really do. And I believe most of it is in jest, and I’m guilty of sometimes playing into it too, even if it’s not to the degree as some, but you can’t get upset that more people don’t watch anime when it’s common for the community to have a collective brain aneurysm over a character’s feet or armpits.”

    So armpits and feet fetishes are quite pervy, especially with Asian culture, (it seems japan is very expressive and daring, maybe even the most out of the Asian countries, when it comes to kinks and taboos). if you notice alot of anime watchers are attracted to when a girl is “disgusted” when a man likes her feet or armpits, and that’s just part of the taboo-ish pervy nature a lot of people have I guess. (anime in a sense seeks to break such ideas of controversy and taboos) (just as how many artists and musicians seek to break the modern norms, of their day, only natural it continues on and more and more rules are broken through the centauries.)

    many anime enthusiast are seen as “otaku” or for westerner enjoyers “weeaboos” there is debate on the “weeaboo/weeb term” but that’s another issue. and otaku are outcast almost “filth” in Japanese eyes, thats why they are made fun of in so much manga and anime, but secretly there would be quite a lot of them thats why this content is made(pervy male directed stuff). because there are consumers for it. the consumers being the very perverted majority of the anime community,(I’m not so sure as of now (a lot of anime watchers generally were pervs), but that was the case before hand when anime was not really popular in the west. the golden days i suppose :,(

    (which interests me that there is not much more movement towards lifting the tattoo taboo, however i assume its because 1. The yakuza is most affiliated with tattoos and they do commit crimes. and 2. because of that many Japanese do not have tattoos there fore it is not accurate representation. although many Japanese do not have red or blue hair either lol, that is something non taboo however.)

    “That’s, I think, my biggest issue with anime in general, really. I just wish we, as the community, would do a better job making the community seem more appealing to be in. Because you have to be a special kind of person to want to actually be a part of that, or you must just really love anime. ”

    i do not mind if people do not like anime, i do not talk about my enjoyment of anime out in public only to those who have a similar interest. i suppose its like trying to talk to someone about my enjoyment of Russian culture yet they have no interest for they have never been/ have nothing to do with Russia. (granted Russian culture would be easier to talk then about anime as majority anime stereotypes are negative i suppose.)
    communities attract people of common interests, so I’m fine if it does not branch out to every person, not everything does nor should it. So everyone has there special interests. Anime is as special as any other community 🙂

    “On a less specific level, certain character tropes tend to bother me. Once again, anime is not the only medium with this problem, but you do often see characters that are nothing but walking tropes with crazy hair.”

    “Some bother me more than others, but I would say that any character that strictly falls into one archetype isn’t my favorite. A tsundere that never shows any character growth or emotional growth gets annoying. You can only across so many passive male leads in harems. I can only stand so many “Hi, Onii-Chan!” characters. I wouldn’t say I quite “hate” any of these things, but I can definitely get sick of them.”

    I can understand that, recently i am getting bored of a lot of 1 seasoned romance comedies. mainly because i cans see obvious copies, bad animation, or lame stories and characters. It gets hard and I’m sure its hard for authors to come up with completely new interesting characters, as “there are no more original ideas” so to speak, everything will have similarities and some will click to masses of audiences others wont. Not all anime can or will be a success, its part of the market.
    For me, Male leads I defiantly want to see become more tougher assertive wiser people, or even just a good character growth, i want to see them suffer and go through trials & tribulations only for them to overcome it, i want to see a just as strong bad guy get defeated, but then he trains just as hard and fights back for revenge, and vice versa. (i prefer villain’s more than heroes at times, more interesting,) I personally like to see strength & strategy rather than convenience and luck (unless its a comedy like kono suba) basically I don’t want to see no Mary sue characters.

    “When you see so many of the same things, it can all get very boring. Something with genres as well. I admit I’m a fan of Isekais. I really like them. One of my last posts was all about that. Still, I do get tired of how many series go for the same exact plot. Guy or girl dies, go to a different world, be strong, the end. While you can change the formula up, you still get mostly the same thing. It also frustrates me that I can’t find any light novels to read out of the genre either. Once again, though, that’s not a problem specific to the medium.”

    I agree, I believe there might have to be a break in production of isekai (alot of it has come out in recent years) or just something to just really spice it up, a lot of is always fantasy medieval D&D sorta stuff, where i want to see more possibly in other cultures or even just going back in time such as medieval japan, (probably is some, i haven’t found any yet) kind of like “Inuyasha” (*i love old Japanese culture and I want to see it more, i love Akira Kurosawa’s old samurai flicks, and i want to see more like that in anime, realistic ones that is ,id love to see more historical stuff like the samurai era, the Sino Japanese war era, and imperial japan during ww2 but the last one probably will cause some trouble in the west.) but the lack of ideas and the pattern of repetition is inevitable to all genre especially anime where there are so many being produced.

    “And that’s really what it comes down to. I don’t think anime itself does many things uniquely bad. Most problems it suffers from are things that other similar mediums go through as well.

    Yes, anime has a few oddities here and there, some worse than others, but nothing that warrants the type of looks some people give it. Much of the problems with anime, and why some people are so turned off to it, is because of the community itself, and the way they embrace certain things, not really the thing that community enjoys.”

    “Anime is also at that awkward transitional stage right now where it’s starting to get big around the world, but it isn’t quite accepted yet. And when people don’t understand something, they either learn more about it or hate it”

    So my biggest concern with our new modern (primarily foreign) day audience is that they want to change it because they don’t like it.
    Change is inevitable and it will come to everything and anything, but my biggest concern is that a lot of western audiences will ruin the culture of anime. Anime to some is a “cartoon” something the west does have. (and i dont want to always watch western shows, that gets boring) But i believe anime is much more than that. Its a story, People of creative ideas and visions are creating artworks and stories/characters and want the world to share this vision, not all will like it and that is okay. But I do not want them to be forced to accommodate because people do not enjoy the eastern culture. in a sense that would destroy the beauty of it to me. If I had to relinquish or re do my art so that it is “acceptable” for everyone. than it is not my art, I can not take any pride in something I would be so passionless about.
    Anime is a colloquial term or a “slang” for Animation yes its true, but it is a Japanese animation. anime is no cartoon and cartoons are not anime.
    Anime is a cultural experience in a sense, audience like it because they like it, people can learn to love it, and people will hate it for what it is. But that’s what anime is, and if you don’t love it, create your own ideals into an “anime” or “cartoon” of your own, which people are now doing. Otherwise I’m afraid anime may not be for you.

    *A big issue i see is whether the anime industry has to decide to be “Authentic Japanese” / takumi (meaning “artisans” *i learnt about them in a book called Ikigai) with original works of art such as the famous Miyazaki Hayao or to accommodate to the western world, which is a whole new culture with its own laws and legislations. and I’m concerned “the art of anime” will be destroyed by the desire for money.

    some background information*
    I am Not Japanese but i am half Asian and is still quite strong to my mothers culture, hence my understanding of many eastern media and cultures as they are similar to each other. I am also half western hence my understanding of the western world. I feel like especially my Asian roots has helped to give another side of the issues at hand, especially to a western audience.

    Thank you for reading this, it is mighty long. But I hope you will enjoy the read of my own interpretation and opinions.
    Good luck with your blog, ill have a look at other things later, right now… i need to go to bed XD (12:56pm) after a reread and edit it is now (1:32am) XD Arrgh I have exam Friday, i am an idiot.

    -Chris

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