They are not hos they are VERY talented high school girls.
What is Yui doing to that chair?
She's pretending its me, her crush
Most likely not. /a/ is a shounen board now
The times, they are a-changing
I wish we could get comfy here, but I doubt many people will find this place
Go tell your friends!
Things will calm down after a few days, at most a few weeks. /a/ has been dealing with more bored teens than usual since the lockdown started. They pick some new target to spam into the ground every few days, trick everyone into overreacting, and move on as soon as they no longer get enough angry replies.
I agree that it would be nice if more comfy posters learned about Sushi, but please take care not to link this place in threads that are being raided.
Finally watched the first season of k-on at the fourth try like 2 years ago and this time I watched past episode 2 and liked it which means a lot about me has changed. Saving season 2 for a special occasion.
I've never read it, if you wanna post it you should!>>364
Nice nice. Who was your favorite? Answer carefully.
The first time I watched K-ON I didn't really care for it.
I have a theory that the viewers experience parallels the girls' experience. The first watch-through you're experiencing everything for the first time, just like the girls. It's fine, it's okay, it's all a blur; that's life. The SECOND watch-through is the real trip. Now you're looking back on those three years of high-school with nostalgia-goggles, just like the girls. You remember all these events because you experienced them too, from your side of the screen; only now you have the acute awareness of how short it all is, that this period in life is finite, and that it will come to an end. I cried at every episode the second watch-through.
TL;DR don't save S2 for a special occasion, save the re-watch for a special occasion.
I don't know what these mean but Ritsu is making a smug face so it's gotta be smart talk, Ritsu is a genius
Hope you guys are having a nice and FUN
I'm glad you've seen the light>>410
You too! Though I dunno what I'm gonna do.
Time to put you back where you belong.
It's not propaganda, it's the truth!>>429
Which ones are Mugi's maids and which are Azusa's?
For me the manga was boring and hard to read. Although I'm glad I read it because now I know how haters perceive K-On
Haven't read all of the original, I dropped it. I have read college and shuffle though. I was disappointed with the direction college took, seemed very bland and the ending was too abrupt. I'm more optimistic about shuffle as it's still ongoing
. Might give the high school one a try soon>>449
Ehh.. I don't know. I like my telecaster.
That's weird. I though someone with the capability to read HxH would also have difficulty to read the mess that Kakifly made
The concept of Keions in college is weird to me, so I've never read the manga for that reason. I kinda think the anime is pretty perfect as is and don't see the point in needing more. This kinda ties in to how I feel about a lot of shows and manga, actually. It's easy for people to cry out for more and more seasons of something, but personally I'd much prefer something short and satisfying that gets its point across, instead of seeing something you love drag itself and end up becoming less than its best>>455
Mio sure has some sexy outfits
I don't know how to feel about the tiny hat though, it always looked kinda silly>>457>>461
I appreciate you, Ritsuposter.
My favorite at first was Mugi, then I saw the light of Ritsu. I started really appreciating Yui on my third watch as well. I think right now my ranking would go:
Ritsu > Yui > Mugi > Azusa > Mio
I want to rewatch because I think I'll see Ritsu in a new light now, but it's such an emotional experience I gotta work up to it.
Why is there so much activity here? Did the board get linked in the k-on thread on /a/? Sama isn't enough for this spurt. If so, please try to respect sushi culture and accept that sushi is not as fast as other imageboards that you are used to, instead of complaining about it. >>361
I also like mYui. I have a lot of those edits saved, i'll probably get around to posting them within a few days.>>440
Me too! I like Mugi and Azusa my first time through but now Yui is my favorite.>>457
It was linked in a raided thread which is why you still see a few hunterfags around
I can reasonably assure you that not a single サマ would ever post such atrocities.
Report, hide and ignore.
I found you guys through the "other chans" thread on Lainchan. I just got here the other day when I made the obscure favorites thread.
Incidentally I visited the irl school K-on was set in. I swear I don't go bragging about that on every board –I've never posted about it– but I'll probably make a thread here when I get around to organizing the photos if that's okay.
Not really, I'm pretty sure they got wrecked here when they tried to take on One Piece fans too.https://desuarchive.org/a/thread/205153732/
That thread you posted is just beating on a dead horse
How did you visit? Did you just walk in?
I didn't even know that it was a real school. Maybe Kakifly even used to go there>>499
Me too. One of my goals is to travel to Japan and I will be sure to go there
It was built 1937 and was an elementary school until 2004. Now the building is almost empty, but the public is welcome to go in. So yeah, I just walked in. Nobody else there. It was rad.
Is this show meant to make you sad? I watched the first two episodes and all I could think was "I wish this was me, I wish I had friends". Is there something to learn from carrying on, or am I just not the intended audience?
The whole point of the show is for you to bond with the characters like actual friends. Maybe try again with a different mindset I guess
Do you get the same feeling from other Slice of Life anime? One of the nice things about fiction like this is you can remove yourself from your real world troubles and attach yourself to the fictional world and characters in the show. But I can understand if it instead highlights them, I dislike romance anime for this very reason, actually
. I'd say give it another shot with a clearer mind because it is truly a great anime.
I hadn't seen any other slices of life before so in the time since you posted I watched Sora yori mo Tooi Basho. It's obviously not as good as K-On (and also maybe rips it off a little bit?) but I really liked it, I guess because while I can't go back to school and join a club I technically could end up in Antarctica at some point. In fact as soon as there's a vacancy I'm going to apply for a job there, I'm sure everyone will be my friend when they hear I'm there because I saw it in an anime.
I'll try K-On again, I'm feeling good about it this time.
More than glad to have you guys. Hope we meet again!
The fact that you even had to come here to cold is proof of that