Isn’t cosplay about the fun?
Submit Anon: This is wrong on so many levels
I have a friend, who we’ll call L. L has been one of my closest friends since we were eleven years old. When she was seven, her mum and dad got divorced; L and her sister stayed with their dad. L’s dad is, I believe, bisexual, and since L was twelve has lived with another man (we’ll call him M). Around the time this happened, M was preparing to come out to his somewhat homophobic parents. This is important to the story.
Submit Anon: Creepy Hetalia Yaoi fans and molested guys
(sorry for my bad english, I’m not a native speaker)
Last month I went to America with my parents to visit some old friends.
They have a 21 year old son let’s call him J. J is a really nice guy and he shares the interest for Anime with me.
One day we decided to go to his favourite anime shop…. Bad Idea…
Sa-KOH-ra, Nuh-RAH-to, Sas-SOO-kay.
Hi there! I’ve been browsing this blog for the longest time and decided upon submitting my own story. Kind of long, so read at your own discretion.
Submit Anon: Enough is Enough
Finding male cosplayers is cool. Finding male cosplayers who cosplay my fandoms and current obsessions is even better.
That’s why I must have been so wowed when I heard about Baa. (The name actually comes from a joke my friend once said about how he reminded her of a goat.) I hadn’t actually met him until a few weeks after having been told about him quite often, but I had a premature liking towards him for the fact he cosplayed Homestuck, went to the convention I had gone to, and was supposedly shy and funny. I was excited to meet him from the start.
One day, after school, my friend Dee told me she’d introduce me to him when he met her at her locker that afternoon. I followed her, only to hold her books when she ran to the bathroom real quick. She told me to keep a lookout for Baa (who was a senior [We were/are both Freshman]) and to tell him Dee would be right back. I kept my eyes peeled for the “adorable” guys she had described who would probably show up soon.
I never expected to meet who I had.
Submit Anon: “but assassin’s creed is SO badass!”
hello there! i’d just like to share a pretty embarrassing experience that i had at school today! please be patient; i’m not a very good writer or storyteller!
i’m a sophomore in high school (i’ll call myself claudia, a character from assassin’s creed), and as it’s nearing the end of the school year, my theatre class has been becoming very stressful for me. with my social anxiety and my depression, my counselor acknowledged the increasing bullying and stress and allowed me to take a break from that class today.
i knew that the anime crowd always hung out in the cafeteria during that period, and i’m friends with a few of them, so i decided to head there. the usual people were there, talking as they normally would.
one boy, whose name i can’t quite remember (so i’ll call him assassin) was wearing a hoodie that looked just like ezio auditore’s coat! assassin’s creed is one of my absolute favorite franchises, so naturally i scurried straight over to him to ask him about it. he was happy to allow me to wear it. i couldn’t help it, who doesn’t want to look like a super cool assassin?
Submit Anon: Surprise from Glomp-zilla
Ok, so I tried submitting before, but somehow wasn’t able to. Anyways, here’s a different story that might pass.
So this was while I was attending a convention here in the Midwest, a couple years back.
The majority of the con went very well; I dressed as Italy for the last two days, and got many praise/pictures with it. Fun time!
Until…they felt like showing up…
Submit Anon: ”Oppai-tan and Pettanko-tan”
Never go into an empty anime store with your best friend.
I live in Los Angeles. About once every month and a half I go down to Little Tokyo, because we don’t live far from there (about a 30 minute drive). Usually I end up spending all the money I earned there, because let’s be honest, it’s a really fun place to visit.
But why does it have so many likes…
Submit Anon: My little sister isn’t your loli!
Lets start this story off with me saying that I never really had a weeaboo phase. I was vaguely interested in Sonic and Hetalia when I was 11-12, but I never really used the Internet then, so there wasn’t much room for it to grow.
I’m a fan of Homestuck. My little sister, who I’ll call R, doesn’t really read it, but really likes the characters from what I’ve told her about them. It’s probably for the best that she doesn’t read it, because she is only 11.
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