And speak to you like you don’t know what 2+2 is. And smile awkwardly a whole lot. And suggest some derp game that no one plays. And asks 100 times if the game you came in to look at is for someone else.
Although I’m sure they’d see:
That’s a good lesson Data from Star Trek: TNG taught me: To not assume further than necessary and to ask questions if they would like information (such as: “have you heard very much about X? they say it’s really great/bad.” with the optional “I haven’t experienced it though, so I don’t know if that’s true”)
Also, out of all my nerd friends, i think i handle myself the best around “hot Girls”.
Except, we never meet ANY girls whe im hanging out with my nerd friends.
Any nerdy ladies living around the Austin area that would like to meet a posse of cleanly and nerd-tastic gentlemen?
Im real happy that you reviewed this series, and Imma let you finish
But Kimi Ni Todoke is the best high school romance anime OF ALL TIME
But seriously though, I discovered Kimi Ni Todoke in a very silly and vulnerable and generally Un-Klingon, Pro-Data time of my life. The opening sequence alone woke up something in me that I had desperately tried to keep buried in memoric soot and monumental ruins. And the rest of the anime dragged these feeling out to the daylight where I could examine them accept their existence and be at peace with them.
I don’t even watch Kimi Ni Todoke anymore, but anytime anything related to it steps into my sonar, I listen up. It’s silly but for what it’s done for me, I feel as if this anime is one of those anime that is a Bro for Life.