does /r9k/ own any figs or posters or other anime merchandise?
post pictures, rooms, etc please.
I'm getting a pre-owned Remilia and a pre-owned Chiyo in the next few days. I also want to get the Inori figma but you can only get it from resellers now and I'm super scared I'm gonna end up buying some bootleg.
About $500 worth of anime and manga, maybe more. One fig of waifu, really want daki of waifu but parents will probably disown me.
Tfw spend all day in normie mechanic job then come home and sing along to theme song of kawaii schoolgirl anime.
>getting collectors edition of assassins creed
That's not quite the same anon...
I have this but in grey.
Looking to get some figurines soon.
Got BR of my favourite animes.
my dorm room is plastered with anime wallscrolls, some borderline ecchi
I'm Japanese so people don't really care or go ewww aspie
ive managed to pick up some weeb white girls by going "hey wanna check out my figs/posters?"
Are you actually Japanese or just a descendant of Japanese?
Pisses me off when someone says they're Japanese and then I try to speak Japanese with them and they go "oh I don't speak it though I was born in America".
Is it like socially unacceptable to speak Japanese now or something?
I don't mean random misused weeb words, I mean fluently.
I got told in the last thread that I'm autistic for eating noodle cups with chopsticks in public too. I literally don't understand where you guys get these rules nobody has ever mentioned it to me irl beyond "I didn't know you could use chopsticks that is sicktbhfam"
I can't read or write, but I speak it conversationally.
was born in japan
And I never speak japanese to white kids other than to try and get into weeb girls pants, i don't need weeb orbiters fresh from jpn 101 trying to practice their phases and how to say various anime in japanese.
I, like a lot of asians find it just really ackward to speak our native languages to whites.
dunno, they always pronounce it like shit, asian languages are tonal in where if you didn't grow up with it at birth you'll be doomed to speak it jank az fuck.
it's even worse for mandarin, which I'm also fluent in. super super awkward when you have white profs with phds in chinese studies and they still can't pronounce xiang
Fair enough. I found you learn to speak it pretty easily from just a few months of constant exposure and making an effort.
Reading and writing you really need to study for though. Kanji is a ridiculously outdated way to form a language, the western world switched to the roman alphabet so long ago now I'm amazed its not globally accepted.
I think this goes both ways, is must be hard to pick up a western accent over here too. We should probably just all be a lot more accepting, whites in particular in my area can be really racist towards koreans.
kinda different, since asian languages are so incredibly tonal that if you don't pronounce it right you can't really speak it correctly.
asians with shitty accents in english at least you can sorta comprehend if they speak slowly, not the other way around tho
I believe this is to do with exposure and mimicry of certain linguistic sounds at a young age.
Some people are just fucked though. Southern USA and cockney british accents pretty much cripple your speech for life.
Not even mad, I've seen people trying to eat ramen with a fork and I had to move away to avoid the soup flicking all over me. It's like trying to eat chicken wings with a fork, you're gonna have a bad time.
>le tokyo tomato
This made my laugh so hard and I don't know why