Resident Yeagerist. Currently living my best life as a shoujo maiden in a fantasy slice of life. Toast in mouth not included. 😊 #TheYokaiofAnime
Oct 29, 2020 • 15 tweets • 5 min read
Proposed evidence for why the Falco Grice Flying Jaw Titan in the latest Shingeki no Kyojin - Attack on Titan manga chapter was "foreshadowed by Isayama" from the beginning - a Thread. [Manga Spoilers]
I should mention that I don't really agree with this move by Isayama. I am in the camp that thinks it's an asspull, but nonetheless wanted to cover it in my latest manga chapter review. #snk133spoilers
Oct 8, 2020 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
A Great Free Japanese Language Learning Resource: Erin's Challenge! erin.jpf.go.jp
This is a bit of an oldie but I’m sure not everyone knows of it yet. Erin’s challenge is run by The Japan Foundation and lists 25 web episodes of Erin, (a “転校生”, or transfer student) who arrives at a new school in Japan.
Oct 2, 2020 • 9 tweets • 3 min read
Tsukimi [月見], or moon viewing. In autumn, the moon looks particularly beautiful. Japanese celebrate the Harvest moon during the Chushu no Meigetsu [中秋の名月]. (Believed to be Oct 1 this year)
Offerings of seasonal chestnuts, persimmons, taro, and tsukimi dango are situated under the direct moonlight to show thanks for another bountiful harvest.
Oct 1, 2020 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Just found out a YTuber I really used to like has now created his own cult. And the thing is, his little fans actually think it's a joke but they are doing actual rituals, surrounding themselves with the actual imagery, and making the actual hand signs these secret societies use.
It's so blatant and in your face and a lot of these kiddies think it's just something edgy while they are legit chanting in latin over the videos. It's a spell. And these kids are unknowingly repeating and charging it.
Sep 9, 2020 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
So I was going on a website I frequent fairly often and came across a graphic I made months ago. I kind of got excited and clicked the article and of course, no credit.
At one point in time, this was my pin with the highest impressions on Pinterest. But I made a rookie mistake:
I never put any sort of '@' or credit on it. I was so happy when it went viral, but because I didn't put any sort of identifier on it just anyone can use it and not be traced back to my content. Specifically, my Itaewon Class Reviews. inasianspaces.com/itaewon-class/
Aug 10, 2020 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Is there a reason why you are no longer delivering packages inside of my gate? A few days ago the grass was kind of high in my yard so I wrote that off as the reason the delivery driver literally just threw my package out of his truck.
Now that the yard is maintained again, I walked past my front window to see a box lying directly at the gate.
...Do you realize how easy that makes it for someone to walk by and steal my package, while I am none the wiser that anything was even delivered?
Jun 17, 2020 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
I've been meeting a lot of really nasty and unpleasant people in animal crossing: new horizons lately. I wonder what it is?
I just went to someone's island (they were advertising a villager diy and free fossils, weeds, etc) and the villager house was all the way at the back of the island. When I got there he quickly took all of the stuff lying on the ground up (which is fine, I just wanted the diy)
Aug 30, 2019 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
You know, listening to some of the #FuniLeaks I'm actually not surprised. This is not to excuse Funimation, but I'm sure other talent has done this across english dub acting sessions. #FunimationExposed
Things like this happen all the time. Whether it be a corporate email chain, an off-premises party, or even a private conversation that was recorded. It doesn't mean that it shouldn't be exposed though. #FunimationExposed
Jun 21, 2019 • 10 tweets • 2 min read
I just came across a film YouTube channel I love on LinkedIn. They are hiring for a certain segment and in the fine print you basically have to agree that they may potentially steal your ideas without compensation.
Now I have to re-think every single gem I've seen from that channel. Have they been stealing hopeful writers' stuff for years under the false guise of exposure and industry connects?
Mar 30, 2019 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
So I know she meant well, but I think Koogi's Epilogue for #KillingStalking lead way for more previously unraised questions than providing any answers. She does this in every single interview. Hopefully it's just a mistranslation translation of her thoughts.
It's like, "hey, I know you all have some really great questions that are central to the plot and understanding the story - but check out these unisex looking ordinary brown shoes! No one noticed they were SangWoo's deceased mother's! Ain't that grand?"
Feb 10, 2019 • 11 tweets • 3 min read
Thread Incoming: Alright so I'm probably beating a dead horse at this point [see my articles on Misaeng: Incomplete Life and Diversity Starts From the Top] but I just watched a video by a Youtuber named @WheresStu from 2015.
"A week in the life of a Tokyo Salary man" gave me horrible flashbacks to all of the jobs I've had where I busted my ass for no reason. I'm not judging this man or his lifestyle back then, but I found solace in the comment section where others shared their stories.