Nhan-Fiction Note:Majestic Prince has been a so-so anime this season. It is passable for a mech-based series, but I have definitely come across way better stories in the genre.
I think I have been able to tolerate the anime because I just like making “League of Legends” references while watching it (e.g. “Oh my god, their jungler is overextending). Like seriously, the main team in the anime gets dubbed the “Fail Five” at one point. There is also a three-man squad that gets nicknamed the “Trash Three” (like they are a Twisted Treeline team).
I download my feelings that are in the third row
Also, I want my violent emotions downloaded as well
From a library of infinite abilities
With just my intuition, my item count increases
With an absurd greed, I balance it out
I become as foolish as much as anyone else
MY CUSTOM MAID
I’ll show you
I’ll become someone out of the ordinary
I turn my back to my genetics
Without any locks, I stay in that state
Behind me awaits a virus
All that’s left now is to input something into my back for blood to flow through
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Nhan-Fiction Note: Hataraku Maou-sama! isby far one of the most creative anime stories I have ever seen. Like, seriously, who would ever envision a plot where the demon lord from another world ends up on Earth and has to work at a McDonald’s-equivalent job to support himself and his underling?
Not to mention, the heroine of the other world (who was out to kill him) follows the demon lord to Earth and has to work at a call center while scoping out her “mortal enemy.” Of course, they all come across one another real fast, and you can expect lots of wacky and hilarious situations! I highly recommend you check out this anime series!
(Get out of your cage)
(Fly toward the sky)
It all starts right here, right now
Let’s picture what we can do
Unbelievable things might happen
But we can overcome them all
(For our dreams)
Our dreams are born from nothing and take us (fly) to that shining sky
(Spread your wings)
I want to spread my wings
Now here I go, with the greatest smile on my face
Let’s set out to an unknown world
(Go to another world)
We’ll be the ones to choose and decide the future
Let’s chase after our dreams
There will be times when we cry, but they will be precious memories
Don’t fade away
I’m sure you’ll be able to meet your future self
Nhan-Fiction Note: As described in yesterday’s post, I am attempting to make each day of the week have some kind of “scheduled” post theme to go along with the other random stuff I post. For today, I will be starting the Showstopper series for Wednesday.
I watch all kinds of different shows, so I guess it is good that I talk about some of the things I like. Also, please note that some of the videos shown below do contain swearing. Just for your information. ——————————————————————————————————————-
Gordon Ramsay is my favorite celebrity chef in the world. I will always take his word when it comes to the culinary arts.
I also am a huge fan of one of his signature shows called Kitchen Nightmares. I have seen every episode for both the UK and American versions of the TV program. There is something about restaurants that appeal to me. I have always been fascinated by the inner workings of the food service industry, from how the servers take your order to how a restaurant’s kitchen service “line” is set up to create (hopefully) tasty dishes for the customers.
The premise of Kitchen Nightmares, of course, involves Ramsay checking out a failing restaurant to analyze and devise a plan of attack at saving the business.
The show follows a consistent structure in most cases: a restaurant is drowning in debt and is in need of dire help, Ramsay comes into the restaurant and starts to pick apart the restaurant’s shortcomings (bad food, hideous decor, inept management and so forth), Ramsay has to convince the owner(s) of the failing restaurant to change, the relaunch/restaurant renovation occurs next and then everything (presumably) looks like the given restaurant is back on track toward success. Continue reading