In case you didn't know, today, June 1st, marks a very important day for me. It makes 6 months since the blog really started. Not 6 months since it was created. I was working on the site since early November. But December 1st is the day I started to post things regularly.
Yo, you know the drill! Every month I generate a random anime to watch and talk about with the help of a simply wonderful site called RandomAnime.com. (Here are the others #1 #2 .) This site gets you a single (or a list) of whatever random anime you could want.
Do you know those sleazy genies? Ok, remember that line. I doubt I'll ever start a post off as odd as that, but I promise it makes sense. Don't run quite yet. Give me time. The genies where you rub the lamp, have a few wishes, and you make one. But since you weren't specific enough, you end up getting kind of what you wanted, but not exactly.
If you couldn't tell from my very eloquent alliteration in the title, I know next to nothing about the Fate series. You remember the one. The series that's been around for almost two decades. Amassed a ton of dedicated fans and has complicated lore, from what I've heard.
Miss Nagatoro isn't so cut and dry as you would think. There's a lot of debate over whether or not Nagatoro can actually be called a bully. Some people call it bullying. Some people call it teasing. Some people say it's neither. That's something I didn't expect.
For seemingly no reason whatsoever, but what is probably the most obvious reason when you really think about it, a very large portion of anime involves school in some way. Generally high school or middle school, but sometimes even lower levels of schooling than that. If they're really feeling spunky, we might even get a college student. But why?