I see. Must be tough huh?
Just working hard. Anything new lately?
Ah that's too bad. I've always kind of wondered what it'd be like to watch TV in another country. The concept is just so foreign to me o.o... Too bad you don't enjoy the spice lol. What DO you enjoy then? Something sweet? I've heard that the 7-11's in Asian countries are a must go to, so I plan to visit them whenever I am able to travel.
One of my ex's was Taiwanese, and she was always going on about the hot sauce. Have you tried their hot sauce yet? I'm just curious if it is good and spicy? In general, no offense, but spicy for Caucasians is generally not that bad for Asians or Mexicans ~_~. And you're right, I looked it up and Junjou Romantica isn't up my alley. I'll probably stick to more shonen material like One Punch man lol. Oh, do you watch any of the Asian dramas or variety shows on tv though?
Hey, what's up?
Yo, how's life been? Still in Taiwan or back in the UK? I've totally been out of the anime loop for the last few months ~_~, have you seen anything good?
Is it? I might have to read the synopsis then, if I get interested.
That scenario sounds like the basis of a few horror films lol. I kind of remember that as the basis of a horror film in the states, except I forgot what the title was. Then there were other similar stuff, there was one in Europe somewhere where people got kidnapped and sold. I think it was called hostel. It was about backpackers in Europe. That made me a quite afraid of hostels from then on o.o and backpacking through Europe.
I think there is something similar that happens in that one anime about a male swim team. Ah yea, it's called Free! The guys in there honestly look pretty chic lol.
I suppose there's a small amount of romance involved in Kuroko, but it's very subtle and hidden from the viewers. We can only postulate about what the background romance is between Kuroko and his old friends. As for travel in the states, you don't necessarily have to stay at motels lol, and I'll hold my judgement since I don't want to get into an argument w/ you about it lol. Easy riders are okay as long as the roads are good, but driving through sand or other terrain would suck, that's my only gripe w/ them besides the weight. Hmm.. I have heard great things about Clannad, but I don't really want to watch something that is too sad and dramatic. Not really my preference in genre. I really like the music from Gundam 00, reminiscent of the space opera in Gundam Seed.
Those definitely would make for a comfortable ride. Of course, except in the rain lol. I just don't like how big they are and how heavy they can weigh. If might be a challenge if you accidentally drop it on the highway o.o. I think I would just go w/ the adventure bikes still, even though they are smaller, they are easier to handle and can be driven a variety of terrain, gravel, grass, snow and others.
That's too bad you don't have any good feelings about the States lol. Well maybe someday you'll change your mind and can explore our wonderful country. Just maybe avoid the larger cities and especially the south if you are afraid of guns and criminals o.o lol. Of course, there are stories like "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" as well.... so that might be a bit frightening o.o lol.
Oh, interesting. I didn't know there was a site like AO3. I guess if I ever feel like expanding my horizons in that part of my life, I might visit it one day lol. Kuroko and Haikyuu are excellent animes. I'm surprised you would name sports animes instead of romance ones o.O...
I myself, am not much of a yaoi or yuri fan, but I can understand a bit of why ppl would like them. I mainly prefer uplifting animes, like inuyashiki and boku hero no academia. Good music in anime is always a great lure for me as well lol.
A03? I don't think I get the reference there. Is it some kind of site like DeviantArt or...? Oh man, I barely remember anything about Ghost Hunt, since it's been a while. Hmm, I'm kind of curious if you're a fan of yaoi or yuri at all?
That's kind of what I assumed you'd have to do on small roads or one person has to back up all the way.
Ah, I didn't realize the trains in the UK were that bad. Maybe they're better in the rest of Europe. My original thought about backpacking through Europe was that it wouldn't be too difficult to just ride a train through most of the country. I don't think I could drive through Europe w/ all the old roads and tiny winding streets lol. It might be fun to use a motorbike though, that or a real bicycle (only if I do some training first though lol). Actually I've seen a couple of videos where people have actually driven their motorbike around the world or biked around the world. It's pretty cool, the adventure they had and the sights they've seen. Have you ever thought about that, or wanted to try it. Just take off and go on a world tour on a motorbike, car or bicycle? I've actually considered it, but I'd probably only try in a car first and to do it in the States lol. I think it'd be safer in the States and there's more support about you.