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Visualizing my life as a "slice of life" anime is somehow the only way I can process decision-making...

UberScout

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....and kinda everything else.

And I'm actually a little embarrassed and kinda ashamed because of how bizarre and kinda silly to others' way of thinking....

I've made it blatantly clear that a big passion of mine is anime and manga. Considering the way my everyday lifestyle functions, complete with metaphysical events (if you count some things I've described happening around my family lol)

One day I just became so fascinated by how clear and structured and well-constructed an anime about my life would be, it started as sort of a "hey wouldn't it be funny if x/y happened to us from z universe" discussion, then it just kinda blew up fast.


I'd be inclined to name more examples and explanations if it wasn't 11:29 AM and I just woke up lol.

Anywhose, ya'll go ahead and talk about how loony I am :p
 

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If it works for you, why not?

Neurotypical thinking just doesn't work for most of us, we all have to fumble around and find our own ways.
 

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