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faintsmile1992
November 09, 2011, 02:50 AM
HegemonKhan suggested that I say something, so... my names Clare, and I'm a 19 year old shoujo, which makes me feel a bit old *eek*. I like taking photos, but I haven't been doing it very long. I also love Japanese anime and manga, Vocaloid songs and Touhou games, and the boy in my avatar is Raki from Claymore who Im in love with *squee*! And my screen name is from an awesome character called Teresa of the Faint Smile from the same anime and manga.

I dont know any other anime fans where I live but Im really the sort of quiet girl who doesn't usually say much, and I dont find it easy to make friends or to get on with other people. Most other people find me antisocial and cold and snarky and I just find most people boring anyway. But even though I don't like most people or feel lonely, I do feel lonesome though, and my strike range is ages 12-22 or something like that...

I enjoy most kinds of anime and manga. But Im not a convention goer, and one reason is because I dont drink alcohol which is such a big thing at the UK conventions and because I don't like social events, or most uni students, who seem to be the vast majority of con goers here because of the age restrictions.

I also love animals and children, nature, camping, cooking, photography and neofolk music.

My favourite anime and manga series is Claymore by Norohiro Yagi, which has lots of themes in it that are relevant to my life. My other favourite anime and manga include Code Geass, Death Note, Elfen Lied, Fate Stay Night, FLCL, Love Hina, Negima! Magister Negi Magi, Wolfs Rain etc...

yukihime03
November 09, 2011, 08:16 AM
Hi then Clare!! (Can I call you Clare? :p)
Welcome to MH! Don't feel old coz I'm 19 years old too and I still feel very young! :XD

Oh, by joining in here I think you'll find many other anime fans.. and many of us are quiet chatty really, so I don't think you'll find us boring.

Convention, huh? At least there are conventions in your place, in my city we don't have it at all... :scry (or maybe I never know where)

Neofolk music? :zomg Another neofolk music lover!!

I see Fate/Stay Night there... Do you watch Fate/Zero by any chance?

faintsmile1992
November 09, 2011, 08:35 AM
You might feel young and so do I, what I meant is younger boys feel that I'm old. :(

And no, I've not seen Fate Zero... just FSN. I could make a list of all the anime and manga I have, but I can't memorise them. :^_^

But believe me, if you were here in the UK, you'd want to stay away from conventions, unless you just want to get drunk, which is all there is to do for teens anywhere in the UK, and they're way too expensive to get into as well. :eyeroll

yukihime03
November 09, 2011, 09:00 AM
Ah, who cares about those younger boys. Indeed there are a lot of younger boys here but I just antagonize them. :XD

Hmm, you should watch Fate/Zero then. It is more promising than FSN. :)

Hmm. Maybe, I can't stomach alcohol anyway. It upsets my stomach greatly. I just wish there's a convention here. :(

Anyway, you remind me that I really want to go to UK!! Where do you live in the UK?

faintsmile1992
November 09, 2011, 10:44 AM
Younger boys are the best catch, if a younger boy is man enough to make the first move on an older girl, then hes an alpha. And if he's still inexperienced at the time, he's going to worship you. ;)

And no, I don't like alcohol, and I try to avoid social situations where people do dangerous, addictive things because I'd stand out if I didn't . I don't do drugs or smoke for that reason, either, or have promiscuous sex (but flirting with boys online is something else lol). Its nothing to do with being 'good', its about controlling your own life and keeping safe from bringing harm to yourself. Besides how can someone rebel through behaving like that, when that is what British society promotes?

Oh... and I'm from up t'north, so if you come to Britain take my advice and avoid this area of the country. In fact if I was you, I'd avoid all of the cities in Britain, and the provincial towns too, especially at nights. But here up north, we have two awful cities full of criminals, called Liverpool and Manchester, whose people think are the centre of the universe when they're both the sort of crap places you wouldn't want to visit, ever. In the area between and all around these dumps are numerous horrible, decaying towns with no identity because everything looks the same, because all the shops are the same high street names, or they're empty and boarded up. Walking through the worst ones is like playing Resident Evil, with addicts staring you out.

If you ever do come to Britain, then we do have lovely areas here as well, just stick to the countryside and if its possible enjoy camping in a tent, because that's the best way to enjoy Britain.

yukihime03
November 09, 2011, 11:44 AM
Younger boys are the best catch, if a younger boy is man enough to make the first move on an older girl, then hes an alpha. And if he's still inexperienced at the time, he's going to worship you. ;)

Well, I think I'm still an old-school girl since I don't like younger boys. I antagonize every younger boys who try to flirt with me. ^^"


And no, I don't like alcohol, and I try to avoid social situations where people do dangerous, addictive things because I'd stand out if I didn't . I don't do drugs or smoke for that reason, either, or have promiscuous sex (but flirting with boys online is something else lol). Its nothing to do with being 'good', its about controlling your own life and keeping safe from bringing harm to yourself. Besides how can someone rebel through behaving like that, when that is what British society promotes?

I'm doing the exact thing you do... I don't drink alcohol (though if someone offers me a very high quality wine, I'll be happy to accept.. :p), do drugs or smoke. The eastern society is quiet harsh when it comes to this kind of things. I don't know anything about British society since I never go there or even know a British person personally but I think what you said is quite true.


Oh... and I'm from up t'north, so if you come to Britain take my advice and avoid this area of the country. In fact if I was you, I'd avoid all of the cities in Britain, and the provincial towns too, especially at nights. But here up north, we have two awful cities full of criminals, called Liverpool and Manchester, whose people think are the centre of the universe when they're both the sort of crap places you wouldn't want to visit, ever. In the area between and all around these dumps are numerous horrible, decaying towns with no identity because everything looks the same, because all the shops are the same high street names, or they're empty and boarded up. Walking through the worst ones is like playing Resident Evil, with addicts staring you out.

If you ever do come to Britain, then we do have lovely areas here as well, just stick to the countryside and if its possible enjoy camping in a tent, because that's the best way to enjoy Britain.

Well, I want to go the tourist spots, of course, where I can see all the historical buildings. I also want to visit the British Library if that's possible. I'm not the type to go on trip to have fun, I'm the type to go on trip to learn the history and culture in an enjoyable way. I want to go to the countryside too since I want to enjoy the fields and forests. I'm sick with all the jungles here.. ^^" Don't worry, if I go there someday, I'll be careful. I won't go out at night, I think, not without any male company. I'm not sure about the tent, though. :p

faintsmile1992
November 09, 2011, 01:16 PM
Well, I think I'm still an old-school girl since I don't like younger boys. I antagonize every younger boys who try to flirt with me. ^^"

I pretty much antagonise everyone who doesn't seem fun or useful in some way. ;)


I'm doing the exact thing you do... I don't drink alcohol (though if someone offers me a very high quality wine, I'll be happy to accept.. :p), do drugs or smoke. The eastern society is quiet harsh when it comes to this kind of things. I don't know anything about British society since I never go there or even know a British person personally but I think what you said is quite true.

And I think eastern culture is superior too. ;) I prefer the value systems of religions such as Taoism and Buddhism over those of the three Abrahamic religions. Personally I'd also prefer to live under Islamic law, which makes criminals afraid, to Western liberalism, which allows criminals to create fear among good people.


Well, I want to go the tourist spots, of course, where I can see all the historical buildings. I also want to visit the British Library if that's possible. I'm not the type to go on trip to have fun, I'm the type to go on trip to learn the history and culture in an enjoyable way. I want to go to the countryside too since I want to enjoy the fields and forests. I'm sick with all the jungles here.. ^^" Don't worry, if I go there someday, I'll be careful. I won't go out at night, I think, not without any male company. I'm not sure about the tent, though. :p

If you do come here give London a miss, and make sure you manage to miss the tourist season if you do visit Stratford-upon-Avon, the Lakes or the Peak District... and the male company of inexperienced boys is most fun in tents, with one single sleeping bag ;)

yukihime03
November 10, 2011, 01:20 AM
I pretty much antagonise everyone who doesn't seem fun or useful in some way. ;)

Hahaha... yeah, right.


And I think eastern culture is superior too. ;) I prefer the value systems of religions such as Taoism and Buddhism over those of the three Abrahamic religions. Personally I'd also prefer to live under Islamic law, which makes criminals afraid, to Western liberalism, which allows criminals to create fear among good people.

Well, I'm somewhat in the middle, since I follow one of the three Abrahamic religions but my culture is very much influenced by Chinese and Middle-East culture. ^^"


If you do come here give London a miss, and make sure you manage to miss the tourist season if you do visit Stratford-upon-Avon, the Lakes or the Peak District... and the male company of inexperienced boys is most fun in tents, with one single sleeping bag ;)

But I want to visit London very much... And of course I'll avoid the tourist season, I hate crowds. Umm... I don't think I'll have that kind of company. ^^"

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 02:43 AM
Hahaha... yeah, right.

Well don't worry, you're at least one of the above. :^_^


Well, I'm somewhat in the middle, since I follow one of the three Abrahamic religions but my culture is very much influenced by Chinese and Middle-East culture. ^^"

And Indian? Don't forget the Indianisation of south-east Asia.


But I want to visit London very much... And of course I'll avoid the tourist season, I hate crowds. Umm... I don't think I'll have that kind of company. ^^"

Well... dont, because you'll just be disappointed that it isn't the same London we show to foreigners in books. And don't expect it to feel English either, you need to see our rural communities to get a sense of that. But a trip to London ought to be cheaper than going to Africa and Pakistan and Poland I suppose, you'll experience rootless and degraded versions of a lot of the worlds cultures if you visit London... :p

But whatever you do, just stay away from Manchester and Liverpool, or you'll wish you never came here... Those cities would be diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder if they were people, instead of cities that are breeding grounds for lowlife. Nothing good has come out of Manchester since the very early (pre-rave) 90s, and nothing of note from Liverpool since the Beatles in the 1960s, except for an axed television soap about incest and people burying a dead body under their patio. Unbelievably both places, have a tourist industry - don't bother.

Nice places in Britain to visit would be the New Forest, the Peaks and the Lakes, Cornwall's coasts and the Scilly Isles, Norfolk Broads, Yorkshire Dales, Snowdonia, the Scottish Islands and the Highlands of Scotland etc... but there are places that too many people ignore as destinations like the Pembrokeshire coast in Wales and Dumfries and Galloway in southwest Scotland, that are as least as good and you don't need to worry about the tourist season or avoiding tacky tourist traps. I love both of them...

phio_chan
November 10, 2011, 05:44 AM
Still, I want to go to England. :XD

Welcome to MangaHelpers, faintsmile! So you have met my fellow spammer friend. Such discussions going on there. Please pardon her as she's quite a maniac in that kind of things, hahaha~

Do you follow this season's new anime, by the chance?

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 06:41 AM
Still, I want to go to England. :XD

England's fine, just beware of the English lol.


Welcome to MangaHelpers, faintsmile! So you have met my fellow spammer friend. Such discussions going on there. Please pardon her as she's quite a maniac in that kind of things, hahaha~

I hope you're friendly too? ;)


Do you follow this season's new anime, by the chance?

Well I only follow anime if they're dubbed and licenced, because unlike reading black and white manga I have problems reading subs against a moving background, so I don't follow them as soon as they get released over in Japan.

Adorien
November 10, 2011, 07:21 AM
Hello, Clare (I'll call you that too if you don't mind)! Welcome to MH! :amuse

I'm also interested in photography. It's just an interest though (for now at least). Do you upload your photos in DeviantArt? If so, I'd love to look at them. Anyway, what pictures do you like to take?

Where outside of England have you been?
Do you have a pet?
What is your favorite animal?
Do you have a favorite place?
What color are your eyes? :XD Yep, I can get carried away...

phio_chan
November 10, 2011, 07:43 AM
England's fine, just beware of the English lol.

And here I always want to hear the real-life British English. :( :XD


I hope you're friendly too? ;)

I'll let you decide on it as we talk more later. :hurr


Well I only follow anime if they're dubbed and licenced, because unlike reading black and white manga I have problems reading subs against a moving background, so I don't follow them as soon as they get released over in Japan.

Ah, I see~ Sorry. Well, no worries, there are lots of awesome manga waiting for you. XD Series you're following now?

benelori
November 10, 2011, 07:45 AM
Well you are indeed and old shoujo...but you are quite perfect as a josei:nod...

And I already read some of your posts in the general world topics section....awesome job:super
And loneliness in RL shouldn't be the case here...you'll have a blast here....me thinks!

Welcome!:party

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 07:48 AM
Try http://faintsmile1992.deviantart.com to see some of my images but I haven't uploaded any new ones in a while. I've posted this information about my photogaphy there, so I'll say it on here too.

"My cropped galleries are where you will find the most consistently high quality of photographs, although there are good photos in my other galleries too.

If you look at the photographs in my favourites gallery, theyre mostly a mixture of landscape photography, nature and wildlife photography, including macro photography, and photos of ruined and abandoned places, including both historical and more recently abandoned sites."

I haven't modified any of those images in any way other than by cropping those photos in the later galleries with PhotoScape. I'm not very good with Paint.NET, and its only later that I tried even cropping them. I guess it shows how I lose interest in things and jump from hobby to hobby whilst forgetting the old one.

To tell the truth, it might sound weird but I haven't really taken holidays outside England, I prefer camping to guesthouses or hotels and its excess baggage to take such gear on an aeroplane, then I go camping alone, so there's the problem of getting it around the airport and then from the other airport to the campsite. I can however get to Scotland and Wales without flying over the sea.

And I don't have a pet myself, but I do love snakes, monitor lizards, skuas and birds of prey, and wild carnivores like cats and foxes. My favourite places are forests and the coast, and being besides running water.

If you're so interested by hair and eyes are dark brown, as is usual for people of Iish descent. ;)

Adorien
November 10, 2011, 08:14 AM
If you look at the photographs in my favourites gallery, theyre mostly a mixture of landscape photography, nature and wildlife photography, including macro photography, and photos of ruined and abandoned places, including both historical and more recently abandoned sites."[/i]

To tell the truth, it might sound weird but I haven't really taken holidays outside England, I prefer camping to guesthouses or hotels and its excess baggage to take such gear on an aeroplane, then I go camping alone, so there's the problem of getting it around the airport and then from the other airport to the campsite. I can however get to Scotland and Wales without flying over the sea.

And I don't have a pet myself, but I do love snakes, monitor lizards, skuas and birds of prey, and wild carnivores like cats and foxes. My favourite places are forests and the coast, and being besides running water.

If you're so interested by hair and eyes are dark brown, as is usual for people of Iish descent. ;)

Cool! Your photos look really nice. I also like nature and animals. There is this person I know... he's more like a friend of my best friend, he also likes to take photographs of abandoned places.

I also haven't been outside my country, but Bulgaria isn't like England... :D It's a small country. And I really want to go to England! If me and Phio-chan happen to go to England at the same time, you we can camp together. ^^ It'd be fun.

I'm kinda bad with snakes, but I like iguanas and chameleons. And my favorite animal is the cat. ^^ And I also like to be in the forest! And at the beach. And running water makes you very calm right? I like that. :amuse

I'm actually not that interested. xD It's just for fun. I like dark brown hair and eyes. My hair is light brown (though some people say it's dark blond? :blink).

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 09:21 AM
And here I always want to hear the real-life British English. :( :XD

Cover you ears first. ;)


I'll let you decide on it as we talk more later. :hurr

Well don't bite me lol...


Ah, I see~ Sorry. Well, no worries, there are lots of awesome manga waiting for you. XD Series you're following now?

If you mean anime, then at present, I've just finished the first series of Spice and Wolf, after HegemonKhan recommended it because he thinks I'm like Horo. My favourite ongoing manga are Claymore and Negima! Magister Negi Magi, but I also love older, completed series such as FLCL and Love Hina.


Well you are indeed and old shoujo...but you are quite perfect as a josei:nod...

But I'm not old enough to be a josei! *Slaps*


And I already read some of your posts in the general world topics section....awesome job:super
And loneliness in RL shouldn't be the case here...you'll have a blast here....me thinks!

Welcome!:party

Thanks for your compliments, but I don't feel lonely, I feel lonesome and there's a difference.


Cool! Your photos look really nice. I also like nature and animals. There is this person I know... he's more like a friend of my best friend, he also likes to take photographs of abandoned places.

Its called Urban Exploration, or UrbEx for short, Adorien. I know where there's an abandoned zoo but I haven't gone there yet...


I also haven't been outside my country, but Bulgaria isn't like England... :D It's a small country. And I really want to go to England! If me and Phio-chan happen to go to England at the same time, you we can camp together. ^^ It'd be fun.

It would. ;) I go camping in a small tipi, which is only big enough for one or two people. So you'd need to bring your own gear.

goldb
November 10, 2011, 09:35 AM
Hi faintsmile!

Where in UK are you based?

Adorien
November 10, 2011, 09:53 AM
It would. ;) I go camping in a small tipi, which is only big enough for one or two people. So you'd need to bring your own gear.

No problem! :p Yay, camping! ^^

You watched Spice and Wolf, did you like it? It's one of my favorites. I love Horo. ^^ And what do you think, are you like her? xD

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 10:37 AM
Hi faintsmile!

Where in UK are you based?

Hi!

I'm in the north-west, dump that it is! :eyeroll

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No problem! :p Yay, camping! ^^

You watched Spice and Wolf, did you like it? It's one of my favorites. I love Horo. ^^ And what do you think, are you like her? xD

I'm impulsive, manipulative and narcissistic, so yep I'm quite like Horo the Wise Wolf. ;)

And I do love the series, but then again I love paganism, wolves and medieval looking settings so I'm biased.

Adorien
November 10, 2011, 10:52 AM
I'm impulsive, manipulative and narcissistic, so yep I'm quite like Horo the Wise Wolf. ;)

And I do love the series, but then again I love paganism, wolves and medieval looking settings so I'm biased.

I see. :D

I'm glad you like it. ^^ I like medieval stuff too and Horo is just too cute! :wub

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 10:57 AM
She is kawaii and so am I. ;)

If you like medieval stuff then do you like Claymore?

yukihime03
November 10, 2011, 11:27 AM
Well don't worry, you're at least one of the above. :^_^

Of course. :cheez


And Indian? Don't forget the Indianisation of south-east Asia.

Too bad, I don't really know anything related to Indian here. :derp


Well... dont, because you'll just be disappointed that it isn't the same London we show to foreigners in books. And don't expect it to feel English either, you need to see our rural communities to get a sense of that. But a trip to London ought to be cheaper than going to Africa and Pakistan and Poland I suppose, you'll experience rootless and degraded versions of a lot of the worlds cultures if you visit London... :p

But whatever you do, just stay away from Manchester and Liverpool, or you'll wish you never came here... Those cities would be diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder if they were people, instead of cities that are breeding grounds for lowlife. Nothing good has come out of Manchester since the very early (pre-rave) 90s, and nothing of note from Liverpool since the Beatles in the 1960s, except for an axed television soap about incest and people burying a dead body under their patio. Unbelievably both places, have a tourist industry - don't bother.

Nice places in Britain to visit would be the New Forest, the Peaks and the Lakes, Cornwall's coasts and the Scilly Isles, Norfolk Broads, Yorkshire Dales, Snowdonia, the Scottish Islands and the Highlands of Scotland etc... but there are places that too many people ignore as destinations like the Pembrokeshire coast in Wales and Dumfries and Galloway in southwest Scotland, that are as least as good and you don't need to worry about the tourist season or avoiding tacky tourist traps. I love both of them...

But I still want to get the feel of London. :p
Thanks for the recommendations! I'll see whether I can afford to go those places later on.. Someday far off in the future.. :scry

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Welcome to MangaHelpers, faintsmile! So you have met my fellow spammer friend. Such discussions going on there. Please pardon her as she's quite a maniac in that kind of things, hahaha~


Hah, and you're so late on coming here. :-_-

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And here I always want to hear the real-life British English. :( :XD

Dream on! Hahaha~ :kukuku

But it is true that British people is hard to find around here... I can always meet American people but not British.. :worrybunny

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Well don't bite me lol...

She'll bite you.


Thanks for your compliments, but I don't feel lonely, I feel lonesome and there's a difference.

True, true... there's a difference. :nod

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And I do love the series, but then again I love paganism, wolves and medieval looking settings so I'm biased.

:wtf

Dang! I think we're going to be a good friend!! Wolves and medieval? :zomg I'm looking forward for great discussion in the future. ;)

goldb
November 10, 2011, 11:32 AM
Hi!

I'm in the north-west, dump that it is! :eyeroll


Where in Northwest? I'm in the Midlands, Brummieland :whoo

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 01:22 PM
But I still want to get the feel of London. :p
Thanks for the recommendations! I'll see whether I can afford to go those places later on.. Someday far off in the future.. :scry


Dream on! Hahaha~ :kukuku

But it is true that British people is hard to find around here... I can always meet American people but not British.. :worrybunny

Do you realise that you might not understand our spoken accents without difficulty?


She'll bite you.

Don't worry, I can bite back ;)


True, true... there's a difference. :nod

There is *sigh*... I've found that special someone but I can't have him.

"I'm never less at leisure than when at leisure, or less alone than when alone." - Scipio Africanus

I think this quote sums up my attitude as a loner with no emotional bonds to others except one boy I can't have, like an instinct to mate and breed.


Dang! I think we're going to be a good friend!! Wolves and medieval? :zomg I'm looking forward for great discussion in the future. ;)

Well I assumed you'd like them if you like Neofolk, because Neofolk celebrates Northern European identity and culture, and our ancestors saw wolves as Woden's dogs.

Do you love Wolfs Rain too?

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Where in Northwest? I'm in the Midlands, Brummieland :whoo

Well, I'm quite a bit to your north lol, but not as far north as Cumbria. We might be moving to mid-Wales soon anyway, into a static caravan between Lampeter and Aberaeron.

goldb
November 10, 2011, 01:23 PM
Wolf's Rain!!! :zomg Haven't met anyone that liked it round here

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 01:40 PM
Wolf's Rain!!! :zomg Haven't met anyone that liked it round here

Wolfs Rain is good, I love its philosophical and religious influences, as well as wolves being awesome. (Even though I'm more like a fox or a jackal than a wolf myself.) Wolves were sacred in pre-Meiji Japan when Westernisers exterminated them with firearms for he first time, because they'd introduced livestock farming to the traditionally Buddhist country. So wolves have become an important symbol of tradition and heritage in Japan.

Charlie
November 10, 2011, 02:46 PM
Hi and welcome to mh fainty~~~ :party

Nice title for the thread. Well being lonely is not nice but you get my point, I think.


Wolf's Rain!!! :zomg Haven't met anyone that liked it round here

How come you never mentioned it to me?

:wtf

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 03:37 PM
I now have crushes on Kiba and Toboe after watching Wolfs Rain... bestiality much? ;)

goldb
November 10, 2011, 04:39 PM
How come you never mentioned it to me?

:wtf

:comfort

Sorry Professor, it's one of those things that I wouldn't have thought of in a long time until someone had mentioned it.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoQuu7GPxAI

Absotively loved the anime opening :zomg

Adorien
November 10, 2011, 04:56 PM
If you like medieval stuff then do you like Claymore?

I still haven't watched/read it.

faintsmile1992
November 10, 2011, 05:08 PM
I still haven't watched/read it.

If you like medieval things then really would enjoy it... but watch the anime first, or you'll be disappointed by it after the ongoing manga even though the anime is excellent, apart from the ending being botched.

Adorien
November 10, 2011, 05:10 PM
Hmmm okay. Though I usually start from the manga (if that's the original). I don't think I'll be disappointed, but okay, I think I'll watch it first.

yukihime03
November 11, 2011, 04:25 AM
Do you realise that you might not understand our spoken accents without difficulty?

I know, I know... But still, I'm curious. :XD


Don't worry, I can bite back ;)

:hurr


There is *sigh*... I've found that special someone but I can't have him.

"I'm never less at leisure than when at leisure, or less alone than when alone." - Scipio Africanus

I think this quote sums up my attitude as a loner with no emotional bonds to others except one boy I can't have, like an instinct to mate and breed.

There is always someone who we can't have... *sigh*


Well I assumed you'd like them if you like Neofolk, because Neofolk celebrates Northern European identity and culture, and our ancestors saw wolves as Woden's dogs.

Do you love Wolfs Rain too?

Hahaha, Woden, huh? I recognized him as Odin since I know more about Norse mythology.

Oh no, I haven't got the chance to watch it. When it first came out, I wasn't a big fan of anime.

wizzard
September 13, 2012, 05:32 PM
Too much girls talk on the first page, only thanks to benelori was I able to finish it :D

Somebody mentioned Wolfs Rain recently don't remember the reason though.
I was wondering how the hunt for interesting people is going. For some reason I'm not posting much on the other forum and we barely meet there so I though I'd leave you the questions here ^^ (also was digging up some old threads so was in the moods for posts like this^^)

faintsmile1992
September 13, 2012, 07:55 PM
Too much girls talk on the first page, only thanks to benelori was I able to finish it :D

Somebody mentioned Wolfs Rain recently don't remember the reason though.
I was wondering how the hunt for interesting people is going. For some reason I'm not posting much on the other forum and we barely meet there so I though I'd leave you the questions here ^^ (also was digging up some old threads so was in the moods for posts like this^^)Most people everywhere are boring lol, interesting company is rare. ;)

You must post when I'm asleep, or in different threads on AW.

wizzard
September 14, 2012, 04:27 AM
Most people everywhere are boring lol, interesting company is rare. ;)

You must post when I'm asleep, or in different threads on AW.I'm generally missing you on the 'Online members' list :/

Was also curious do you do group chats?

faintsmile1992
September 14, 2012, 05:19 AM
You must be logging into AW when I'm asleep then, because it says I'm online whenever I'm on AW. I check all the time though, cause I'm like God watching over my sheep. ;)

I don't do group chats but I considered adding a Java chatroom to AW because a couple of members suggested it, I think you were one of them Wizzard. But I think the shoutbox does for now till we get more regular members, if people aren't using it when you're on they wouldn't be using a JAVA chat either.

Wizzard, I'd be happy with the traffic we have for now, except there's isn't enough animanga discussion, or discussions about Jap games and console regions. If we get more traffic in future, then I'll stick up a chat room after we switch to a phpBB forum on a server. But it's not just my forum, I only created it while I was in hospital remember? Is that OK?

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LOL we're the same age now.

wizzard
September 14, 2012, 05:25 AM
(It's not gonna last :D) (You needa correct you bio here ^^)
I must've missed the hospital part while scrooling around...
You don't like them? Group chats?

(Yes, I was one of those ^^)(who got told It's already on the list)
^^

faintsmile1992
September 14, 2012, 06:48 AM
I sometimes lurk in group chats then single someone out, its how I work.

What's not going to last?

wizzard
September 14, 2012, 06:53 AM
LOL we're the same age now. ^^ This part :)

What do you have against them?

faintsmile1992
September 14, 2012, 06:58 AM
Against who?

wizzard
September 14, 2012, 07:01 AM
Group chats? ^^

faintsmile1992
October 17, 2012, 10:22 AM
Has one of my threads been deleted before it got any replies? Or was it lost for some other reason?

I was enquiring if anyone else had read Undeadman by Claymore author Norohiro Yagi, in the Claymore section.

goldb
October 17, 2012, 10:25 AM
Has one of my threads been deleted before it got any replies? Or was it lost for some other reason?

I was enquiring if anyone else had read Undeadman by Claymore author Norohiro Yagi, in the Claymore section.

Hi faintsmile, a while back we had a server crash and lost many threads; so maybe it was one of the threads lost? Without knowing much, that's what I would guess.

faintsmile1992
October 17, 2012, 12:44 PM
Yea, probably that. I understand that stuff happens.