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Mackie is not a boomer - Idiot Control Now
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mellowcandle
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Mackie is not a boomer
We finished that Natsuiro Kiseki or whatever it's called. Or I'm guessing we did, unless there's like a bonus episode or whatever. It was kind of cute, and I liked it more than I thought I would, but I'm glad it was short. And they do get bonus points for cramming their version of Endless Eight into one episode. For a minute I was like, "Oh, Lord, save me from another Endless Eight!"

And we've been rewatching Bubblegum Crisis, which is the first anime D ever made me watch back when we were young kids just dating and stuff. So I guess this is my fourth time through it? I still love Mackie, even if he is a little perv. AND NOT A BOOMER, DAMMIT! (D knows that my first album will be called "Mackie is not a boomer".)

But I did forget how much I loved the Leon/Daley stuff, not in a full-on shipping way but a buddy-cop-bromance way. They crack me up.



Then we'll be watching the new season of Dog Days (which I also didn't expect to like but kind of did), and some other thing D found that's some Sword Online or something, I forget.



I can't quite get into Bunheads yet. I'm trying. So far it's just too much set-up, not enough getting on with it.

Current Mood: okay okay
Current Music: key west intermezzo--john mellencamp

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aprilclydel_ac From: aprilclydel_ac Date: July 9th, 2012 12:43 pm (UTC) (Link)
I watched Natsuiro Kiseki, too, and I'm also glad that it only had 12 episodes. I really liked it, though. Saki is my most favorite character, followed by Yuka. :D I'm glad that the four of them worked out the fact that Saki will be moving in the end. I initially thought some sort of miracle would happen.
mellowcandle From: mellowcandle Date: July 14th, 2012 02:33 pm (UTC) (Link)
Yeah, I did like that there wasn't some way of making her stay. Part of growing up is friends moving away, and I liked that there was some realism with that.
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