>there are anons right now who have died before finishing their shows and cannot watch airing anime with us.
What anime do you want to finish before you die?
I'd be really sad if One Piece didn't end before I died.
Once you're dead, what does it matter?
If you are still sort-of-alive enough to regret not watching them during your lifetime, then you're also sort-of-alive enough to continue watching anime.
If dying actually means ending as a person, then the only purpose of anime is to entertain you while you are still alive - no need to fear dying without having watched a particular show.
Monogatari. Probably the only series I would like to see completely animated. Not that there's really much to animate given its just people talking for hours upon end with occasional motherfuckers getting their faces punched in.
I refuse to die before Berserk ends.
>there are anons right now who have not died yet
>even in death, they can not escape their ever-increasing backlogs
>You'll never watch anime made a 100 years from now on.
It's not faggot. I just wanted people to ponder about what happens when they die and wake in cold sweats think about dying.
I already did. It's nothing special.
Moe is destroying the industry.
After being invented in 2109, it completely took over the industry, and now everything is the same bug-eyed shit.
There is no manime anymore. Nothing bad-ass.
You can't think about this sort of thing all the time, OP. You'll fall apart.
It will hurt much, much less in the long run. Even if it feels worse right now.
>Implying you'd live till 80.
No anon we are all going to die at the age of 40.
not being born in the first place is the best thing that can happen anyway. or death shortly after birth.
It's probably better that way, sometimes I wish I'd not watched the last episode of my favourie shows, that way it can never end and I don't have to experience that sad feelings after finishing it and knowing I will never see any new material with those characters.
If i still have the soul to enjoy chinese cartoon, then yes.
I doubt i could reach his age with still maintaining my sanity. He probably leads a good life before, having kids and grandchildren and surrounded by good environment. As for me >>113713830 is a good way.
The greatest delusion that people can have is not the belief in the afterlife, it's that life might get *better* after they kill themselves.
You kill yourself, you only have yourself to blame when your afterlife is hell.