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Riuva Debuts on Japanese TV!

Now that Riuva has made its official debut on Japanese TV, in a show called Blog TV, I’m looking to move into Hollywood and take the lead role of the latest erotic slasher flick.

So let us celebrate this joyous moment of pure glory and honour!

For some of you guys puzzled by my recent list of studio rankings, I have drawn a simple explanation, to make clear why Gravion, High School Girls and the like can be considered enjoyable and hence good anime.

Motivational Fruit

Zyl got into the act. I have to copy him and bandwagon this shit.  And my internet is so slow today that it took half an hour to load this page, and upload this picture. OMG.

Riuva Adjorns for a Fancy-Dress Party

No anime-related post today, as I am preparing for tonight’s fancy-dress Dinner and Dance party @ the Zoo. This is an annual affair with really awesome food. I shan’t go into details about what the party is for but traditionally, every year, there’s a whole lamb on a spit and this is the best lamb I’ve ever eaten. The theme this year is "Superheroes" and of course that includes villains.

Ooh sensationalist headline! And it is true! Not sure about the recency of this piece of news, but I just saw it in the papers.

I was going to write about today’s eventful figure shopping and grueling seven (7!!) figure photoshoot covering a total distance of at least five kilometres. But during dinner, the parents were reading a newspaper and on the backpage I saw a LOL article.




Has the Rise of Anime contributed to your neglecting of other hobbies?
  • Yes, my best skill now is "watching anime".: 74% (112)
  • No, anime is too weak to make me lose control.: 26% (39)

Total Votes : 151
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