Why… just why? 😭
I think a large part of what drew me so heavily towards this genre was the sentimental feelings it ignited. This was something I found more common in older Yuri works, likely due to the prominence of ‘Class S’ stories, and most definitely a result of the taboo of homosexuality.
My dial-up internet came through and with it, I’ve finally managed to finish up on Flip Flappers, in just 7 months too! In all seriousness, it’s been a busy period for me and this was the one show I really wanted to get back to. I just finished this today and wow it was every flapping bit as great as I remembered.
The new year has begun, and I’m going to start off by keeping this blog active (1 post every 3 months is still active by my incredibly low standards). Thinking back, I realized I never really announced I was going on this trip, so first on the list is to make some mends.
“Hi everyone, I’m going to have traveled to Japan 3 weeks ago, wish me luck!”
It’s been a while since my last post, huh? I’ve recently caught up a bit on anime so it’s about time I made an update. This time I take a look at Keijo, an anime on the mastery of boobs and butts; it’ll make more sense when you watch it, maybe.
I used to spend some time reading fan fiction in the past so I figured to start sharing some of those which I liked. Pic unrelated but I’ve been wanting to use it for a while now.
With it’s quirky characters and unconventionally conventional style of humor, it isn’t hard to see why Yuru Yuri is so popular. The series has come along way since it started in 2008 and, if you’ve been keeping up, you may have noticed the shift from ‘Yuru’ to ‘Yuri’.
I’m assuming you did for the rest of this post either way.