>Agent Tutuola apprehends one otaku early in the episode and uncovers his harem of wives (known as “waifu”) before remarking that the man’s waifu were “shit.”
>“Our writers spent hours poring over Anitwitter, /a/, and several major anime websites in order to make the episode as believable as possible,” episode director Warren Leight told Anime Maru.
>/v/ got much better after that episode aired
>with any luck /a/ will be the same
>Our writers spent hours poring over Anitwitter, /a/, and several major anime websites in order to make the episode as believable as possible
I would be generally upset if this was real. all i had to do was look at their about page and know its an onion type site.
>before remarking that the man’s waifu were “shit.”
Your appointment with the otaku should be finalized within the week i've already discussed the matter with the moe leader
The people that hate video games often hate other Japanese "art"(for lack of a better word). It seems like it can rile them up even more because they can't really touch the Japs as they have no influence over Japanese media.
Thinking about all those serious writers spending days on /a/ to end up with "you're waifu a shit".
Or you could just have posted this
The video game episode was such horseshit. I can't wait to see what shit they pull out of their ass for this one. Probably something like the otaku can't differentiate 2d loli from 3d girls
Wait, there are people who managed to get through the first sentence without being able to detect that it was satirical?
I don't know whether to blame the parents, or the education system.