while you guys are worshipping the generic loli titty goddess and jerking off to the blonde mary sue knight, i'm enjoying my Best Goddess over here
from the first moment you see her, you just know she is better at sex than all other girls in the series combined. Loki a Best
can someone make a webm of this scene?
>better at sex
That sloppy awkward virgin sex is where it's at.
As the saying goes; the purer it is, the more satisfying it is to corrupt.
>the purer it is, the more satisfying it is to corrupt.
I thought that was the underlying mantra of /a/ and 4chan in general?
Forgot that this show had started airing. Worth a watch?
>itt: i only watch anime for tits, ass, and waifus
Why does your kind even watch anime? Why don't you just go out and get a gf like everyone else instead of using anime girls as a substitute?
Nobody on /a/ has ever even touched a girl. We have to be pure.
Why can't I enjoy anime for multiple reasons? (including tits, ass, and waifus).
Why do people post threads about new shows, on the day or day after they come out, without mentioning the title of the show in the OP somewhere? This should be a bannable offense.
Why don't people even try to keep up with the current season and browse /a/ at the start of a new season anyway?
I don't know this anime yet either, but at least I had the decency to look it up.
I try to keep up with the current season and downloading new releases, but due to being busy with work, won't be able to start watching them until tomorrow. I have about 10 minutes right now to take notes of what to watch first before I need to get back to working.
I did a Google images search too and it worked for this show, but it does not always work for these types of threads, especially for new shows.
Real women are dirty, disgusting whores. How low standards do you even have to consider them attractive at all? And don't even get me started of their personalities that only consists of being a dumb slut or a obnoxious cunt.
Just fuck off, normalfag. Filth like you are not welcomed here.
Yes, all the languages that i said came from latin, fucking retardaded, that fact doesn't make portuguese a spanish language, idiot, by your logic, all latin languages are "spanish" languages.
Give it a week, and I'd agree with you, but this show just came out a few days ago, tops. There is no reasonable expectation for everybody to watch every new release on the day of release, at least in the first week, when people will be trying to watch more than they can reasonably follow.
Just use Google. I didn't know the name of the anime coming into this thread, but I found out with a single google search. Took less time than asking somebody here probably would.
>liking 3D women.
>Just use Google. I didn't know the name of the anime coming into this thread, but I found out with a single google search. Took less time than asking somebody here probably would.
That doesn't always work with random screencaps from new shows, though.
Sometimes it does. Regardless, one of the images posted in this thread has the name of one of the main characters in the filename.
>It worked in this case. When it doesn't work, I give source.
This anon knows how to play the game.
Sure you do. What about all the other dozens of similar threads about random other shows?
Remember that my question was about threads like these, in a general sense.... >>123531031
>''anime spring season 2015'' on fucking google?
And that will tell you exactly what the art styles, and all the characters of every anime look like so you could identify them by just a random screencap of a woman with nice adductors drinking a beer?
>What about all the other dozens of similar threads about random other shows?
What are you trying to say? The fact that I'm not in every thread at the same time means I'm doing something wrong?
>I would think that the main characters would be visible on a seasonal chart, yes.
What are you basing this baseless conclusion on?
>Read the rest of the post.
You are trying to force a general rule where a general rule isn't needed.
If google fails, you help. If google doesn't fail, you don't help. It's not difficult.
Half the time google fails anons are either lying or just being lazy fucks like >>123530660 who didn't like the fact that his result was in Japanese and who ignored the fact that the other screenshot delivered better results. Still, at least he provided a screenshot. If it had been empty, I would have helped him.
By giving answer to a newcomer, other newcomers would think this is something that is acceptable to do. They will keep doing this shit over and over and over and over again and before you know it, /a/ will turn into MAL/Animesuki 2.0 with underage faggots asking sauce here and there, wanting to know the name of an anime currently fucking airing, or just being a clueless lazy faggot in general without lurking the fuck more first before posting all while posting in broken English and using emoticons. This will hurt posting quality and as stated in Global Rule No. 6, posting quality is important.
Please refrain from answering to newfags. Thank you.
The sad thing is that you probably believe what you wrote here.
What the fuck is wrong with you?
Asking for source on an anime that should be considered prerequisite to posting on /a/, for example, Gurren Lagann or Texhnolyze
asking for source on a brand new anime that just came out yesterday
Nah your a cunt do you really want this place to become like /v/? There are tons of resources like anichart to find every show by season, hell he could even go to MAL if he wanted.
The point is that there is no point to withholding this information. Observe a thread about a new anime done right: >>123529503. The info about what we are looking at is included in the subject field. It's short, informative, and lets everybody access the thread. If they haven't watched the show, then people can just go find it and watch it, and then come back to the thread.
Also, we already saw that seasonal charts don't let people identify an anime by a random screencap >>123531958. I have no idea why you think MAL would have this information.
What a half-assed false equivalency. If there's ever something you don't like, always blame /v/ or /b/.
>The point is that there is no point to withholding this information.
I agree with this. The OP should have the anime's name for the simple reason that it makes it easier for people to find the thread and avoid making more threads than needed.
>Also, we already saw that seasonal charts don't let people identify an anime by a random screencap
You mean we already saw that everybody who tried to google the screenshots came back with an answer. Only those too lazy to use google didn't.
>The info about what we are looking at is included in the subject field. It's short, informative, and lets everybody access the thread. If they haven't watched the show, then people can just go find it and watch it, and then come back to the thread.
Putting the name of the anime in the title should be left up to the viewers discretion. It's undoubtedly polite and I usually do it myself if the anime is relatively new, but I would be a bit uncomfortable with it being an obligation.
>You mean we already saw that everybody who tried to google the screenshots
No, you're changing the subject. There was one result in Japanese for this screencap, which isn't a direct answer if you come from BR land where people only speak Spanish. There are not always results for these kinds of threads, though.
Nobody is saying it should be an obligation. What we're saying is that the OP is a shitty poster.
>b-but you said he should be banned!
When you say "this person should be shot for doing that," do you literally mean that a gun should be fired at him? Use your brain here. It's just a figure of speech for saying that you really, really dislike what he did.
>YOU ARE BACKPEDALING/PADDLING
Fuck off if you're going to bring this up. Only an autist would take non-literal speech literally. Are you an autist?
>There are not always results for these kinds of threads, though.
And those cases you either lurk until somebody mentions something useful or work a bit harder. I reverse googled the images in this thread and found nothing of use. But then somebody posted an image with the name of one of the main characters in the filename. That was my clue and I had the name of the anime 5 seconds later.
>No, you're changing the subject.
No, I am not. You are intentionally running against the wall next to the door to prove to me that it's impossible to get into the house, while I'm telling you to just use the fucking door.
>There was one result in Japanese for this screencap, which isn't a direct answer if you come from BR land where people only speak Spanish.
That's actually how I got the source.
Besides, >>123529713 works better.
If there had been no result from google, he would have deserved help. He got a result. He should use it.
You can go to r/anime if you need help finding seasonal anime. Quality of posting is a rule on /a/ and a hundred faggots asking for source does not make a good thread. No reason he should be treated special because the show is new, it's way to easy to find everything yourself with less than 5 minutes of effort.
kissand hold handswith my girlfriend, does that make me a faggot anon-senpai?
Again. Whenever you provide me with an empty screenshot, I'll immediately give you source,
possibly while pointing out that you probably should also try looking for the full resolution image or turn off safe-search.
>When you say "this person should be shot for doing that," do you literally mean that a gun should be fired at him? Use your brain here. It's just a figure of speech for saying that you really, really dislike what he did.
To be fair, saying that something should be a bannable offense on an online forum usually won't be interpreted as anything other than what the words mean. It's definitely not the same as saying somebody should be shot for doing something in real life.
No, but you're borderline. Keep it in the pants, anon.
OP is under no obligation to include the anime title in his post. It's polite to do so, but I wouldn't shit on somebody for excluding the title.
>i don't know what these words mean but sometimes i just like to accuse ever single one of the people in a thread of blogging!!
Learn to read - that's not what I said. I was referring to how a phrase may be interpreted literally or figuratively depending on the context of where it's said.
>I was referring to how a phrase may be interpreted literally or figuratively depending on the context of where it's said.
And in what context was it said this time? Take your time thinking of the answer before clicking 'Submit'. I'll wait.
Anon, the guy said something should be a bannable offense while posting on an online forum (with no indication that he was joking). Why would somebody not interpret that literally?
>By giving answer to a newcomer, other newcomers would think this is something that is acceptable to do.
It is in fact perfectly acceptable to do. You just get frustrated by the two posts that are wasted when someone asks a question and then receives an answer for one reason or another.
>by the two posts that are wasted
No. The actually frustrating part is that there is another newcomer who isn't put before the choice to either adapt to /a/ or leave. I want there to be a hurdle between casuals and /a/ so that the people who do post here are more likely to actually care about the place.
>another newcomer who isn't put before the choice to either adapt to /a/ or leave
You seem to be confused.
>Asking for source on an anime that should be considered prerequisite to posting on /a/, for example, Gurren Lagann or Texhnolyze
>asking for source on a brand new anime that just came out yesterday