Thoughts on evil penguin (part 2)

Wow, I’m on a roll, this must be fate. Anyway back to business. But first a confession.

Done, now,  another thing I really like about penguin drum the sense of urgency it gives, without saying anything I get the feeling that the hat doesn’t have much time either. I’m not sure if I’m the only one who sees it that way but it really gives away that feeling. So Continue reading


Confessions of a tsundere

Recently, very recently, (anything after my last post is [ashamed] recent) a certain blogger, without mentioning any names but Krizzlybear, wrote about dating tsunderes and domestic violence, not exactly like that, but yes that.

I have my opinion on the mater of course, since I consider myself a tsundere and identify with them. I’m not defending them though.

So now where do I start… well first, I firmly believe that tsundere origins are (mostly) traumatic, childhood probably, if someone acts tsun-tsun (IRL not just joking) because they are imitating a character then please die (shinde kudasai weaboos)

Trying to explain it on “simple” terms a tsundereism is an active/aggressive way of acting or being shy, due to insecurity and mostly for self-preservation of ones feelings. Continue reading

12 Moments of Anime: #9 Tsundere service

Tsundere is an interesting concept to describe someone’s personality, and it wasn’t untill this year that I finally understood what it really meant that I also realized that I was, or maybe still am, one of them, but this is not about me is about the tsundere girls who made my year.

But before that, something to take note about this concept is that “tsundere” only describes certain traits on someone’s personality, is not a box to put  a person and expect to know how everything about them just because you classify them as such. A tsundere usually is a shy person that tries to hide her/his feelings by a tough exterior. This toughness acts as a shield to protect a person’s feeling, from fear of being hurt by others. After all showing our emotions is showing vulnerability and gives other the power to hurt our feelings.

So here are the tsunderes that made my year. Continue reading