1. abunai- dangerous.The term has a broader application in Japanese than a direct translation would suggest, being employed in situations where an English speaker would say "Duck!" ou "Look out!" Another common usage is as a euphemism for "deviant," i.e. a "dangerous" relationship (abunai kankei). 2. ai- love.If a native speaker wanted to specify romantic love, he would use the character pronounced koi (or ren, depending on the context). 3. aite- opponent.Be careful, the word has many applications that are counter-intuitive. A plus literal lire of the characters would be "the one whom I must...
and I was to lazy to éditer anything :P. So yeah! ENjoy!
Hi guys! This is MimiBlue and it's my first fanfiction! YAY! I really want to be a writer when I grow up so I just wrote this small story based off of Episode 5 of Attack on Titan I l’amour l’amour l’amour the pairing of Eren and Mikasa so I just HAD to write this! :D SO without further ado…. 'Promise Me'. (Told from Mikasa's POV) And the titre SUCKS I know P.S: plz R&R
Anime: Japanese for "animation" ou "cartoons." In American fandom however, it's used to refer to any form of animation produced in Japan. animé comes in the form of animated TV shows ou movies, video games, and comic books.
AMV: stands for animé musique Video. AMVs are vidéos made par fans that feature scenes from animé together with audio from another source such as English songs, dialogue ou musique from another TV show, ou movie trailers. The best AMVs are praised for their good video editing techniques and cleverness in choosing the best animé scenes to go with the chosen song ou dialogue.
Have toi ever watched a montrer for the first time and thought it sucked... and then had a change of cœur, coeur and decided to give that montrer a seconde chance? I've had that happen with me at least two times. The first was with Hetalia, and in the case of that piece of worthless dog-shit, a seconde viewing only made me question why that series has a fanbase even more.
The seconde montrer I gave a seconde chance was a montrer that I "fondly" remember watching as a kid (and I use the term "fondly" loosely in this case). It is a montrer that belongs to a franchise that I hold very dear.