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T, 25 y.o.
Bucharest, Romania [Current City]
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Reply - Conversation - Aug 25
Whoa! I envy you! (`・∀・´)
Reply - Conversation - Aug 25
No I have never been to the owl cafe... But I really want to go there one day! ( ̄∇ ̄)b
Reply - Conversation - Aug 25
Thank you for leaving your massage on me! (^^)
The picture on my profile can be searched by google hehe.
So, the owl is not mine, but I love birds so much
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sayo hikawaが好きです。
Reply - Conversation - Mar 18, 2018
Cool, I really did enjoy that manga, hope you like it. I really like manga/anime/games that show Japanese folklore and have a good strong atmosphere. I remember loving Okami (ps2) for the same reason (the game stars Amaterasu, as a wolf). The game was not so popular in Japan itself, since it's based on a very well know folklore story, hence the story was not a big deal over there, but in western countries it was a big hit since it was new for most people.
Reply - Conversation - Mar 16, 2018
Kekkaishi is about a teenage boy who is part of a clan who have the power to control barriers (Kekkai). And can use them to destroy ayakashi (yokai). For generations they have guarded the place where their lord's castle used to be. The place is also their lord's tomb. The lord of the castle had an incredible spiritual power, which attracted yokai to the grounds. His spiritual power can make yokai grow in power, even after his death. So two clan of Kekkaishi stayed there to rid the grounds of any yokai seeking power. So, the kekkaishi (two competing families) go every night to guard the place. To make things interesting, the grounds where the castle used to be have been turned into a school. But, anyway, it's pretty interesting. Starts a little slow, but gets better later.
Reply - Conversation - Mar 15, 2018
Well, I've read a lot of manga. But, from Clamp Ive watched some and read some others. Cardcaptor Sakura I watched the anime when I was a teenager. I did mostly enjoy Rozen maiden, but the English translation I found online wasn't alway good. I also enjoyed quite a bit from Tsubasa Chronicle. From specific mangakas, I really enjoy Adachi Mitsuru's manga. Until I read his work I never thought I would ever like a sports manga, haha. But, leaving sports behind, I do prefer fantasy themes. I get the feeling you might like Kekkaishi, ever read that manga?
Reply - Conversation - Mar 15, 2018
By the way, what manga have you read? have any favorites?
Reply - Conversation - Mar 12, 2018
Cool, in my case, besides C#, I've only studied C and some C++. But I studied C so long ago I doubt I'd do well with it if I try it again, haha. I've been a bit interested in Haxe and Java though. But, they're both really similar to C#.
Reply - Conversation - Mar 12, 2018
I see. By the way, I never asked what programming language you use?
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