Mythology and Sarazanmai: Kappa really do dive into buttholes!

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If you've been watching Kunihiko Ikuhara's latest project, Sarazanmai, you've probably found yourself confused by what was happening on-screen at least two or twelve times. It's a story about complicated sibling relationships, floating definitely-not-Amazon packages, gay otter police officers, and teens getting turned into kappas so they can extract desire from giant zombie buttholes. It's wilder … Continue reading Mythology and Sarazanmai: Kappa really do dive into buttholes!

Hey, you! Yes, YOU! Your writing matters! Seriously! Thank you for being here!

Ah, things. They be quite hard, yeah? I've been a bit behind these past few months, due to this time of year being particularly stressful. Now that I'm working a full-time job instead of my usual part-time or seasonal gigs, I'm learning that the end of the year is a bit rough at an office! … Continue reading Hey, you! Yes, YOU! Your writing matters! Seriously! Thank you for being here!

Bloggin’ on Blogging: Why do we write all this stuff, anyways?

A couple weeks ago, I was talking to my boyfriend about why I sit around writing anime essays for fun. Sometimes, when we hang out, I'll break off to write a little something-something, or I'll take down a note about an anime we were watching. He mentioned something to me about it, and before I … Continue reading Bloggin’ on Blogging: Why do we write all this stuff, anyways?

Bloggin’ on bloggin’: Learning to enjoy the (little) free time you have

Time-management is hard. I never really understood the whole, “there aren’t enough hours in the day” thing until I got a full-time job with an hour commute. There are so many things I want to do, and just not enough time to do them. Even when I do have time to do things, usually all … Continue reading Bloggin’ on bloggin’: Learning to enjoy the (little) free time you have

Bloggin’ on bloggin’: Anime blogging reignited my love for writing

I kind of forgot how much I enjoyed writing until I started writing here. When I was little, my dream was to be a writer. Writing has always come naturally to me, and I remember writing short detective stories when I was a grade schooler. We had this computer program at school called Storybook Weaver … Continue reading Bloggin’ on bloggin’: Anime blogging reignited my love for writing