Anime

A Slice of Everyday Life: Nichijou Review

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I like to think that my sense of humour is highly evolved. Scratch that, my sense of humour IS highly evolved. In fact, it is so high on the evolutionary ladder that I sometimes laugh alone because the people around me will not understand (or see) what it is I am laughing at and no, I am not crazy, I’m just lots of fun to be around and Number 13, on this article proves it, the rest has nothing to do with me. 😛 😀

Point is, I love a good laugh and anime is one of the ways I get one. (The other is having a Wondercore meeting 😀 )

In a perfect world, Gillian would be travelling round the world in her red vintage VW T1 van (Hippie Van) gathering stories of the people she meets and retelling them to those ready to listen. She is in the process of building this world which is now going to have all of you in it.

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Anime

Anime Review: Plastic Nee-san

I feel guilty for having neglected this category but, in my defence, I have been so busy with school work that I haven’t had time to catch up on the latest anime episodes or watch any new (or even old) anime and now…exams are here!

I have very poor concentration; I will literally break into song in the middle of studying to get out of it. Just last night, I was going through a couple of questions and came across this one: ‘What is the hazard function?’ and immediately started singing ‘Don’t Let Me Get Me’ by Pink 😀 It should come to no surprise that with my poor studying habits, I manage to re-watch one or two of my favourite anime episodes in between study breaks. Of them all, Plastic Nee-san happens to be my first pick all the time and it’s a great study break too.

In a perfect world, Gillian would be travelling round the world in her red vintage VW T1 van (Hippie Van) gathering stories of the people she meets and retelling them to those ready to listen. She is in the process of building this world which is now going to have all of you in it.

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