|NewHeavenSalesman - 2011-07-18 |
I need to upload the rest of the skits, they were so much better
|Callamon - 2011-07-18 |
At least it's a girl I thought it was a man the first half.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2011-07-18 |
Godamm this made me cringe.
|IrishWhiskey - 2011-07-18 |
For I while I thought she was singing too soft to hear.
Mostly because the idea that someone would just mouth along to a slow song and expect an audience to get worked up, didn't seem possible.
|Cena_mark - 2011-07-18 |
A skit? All she did was act emo, clap off beat, while lynching to a Miku Hatsune song. Are all weeaboos rhythmicly deficient?
Jet Bin Fever
Wow Cena, you recognized the song? I don't dislike anime and I had no idea what it was. I'm impressed!
I didn't recognize the song just the "artist."
|Xenocide - 2011-07-18 |
She went on to star in My Little Pony Live.
|Old_Zircon - 2011-07-18 |
Stars for the conversation happening to the left of the camera.
|Supahfly - 2011-07-18 |
The awkwardness made me feel strange. Damn her.
|Baldr - 2011-07-18 |
Her hair looks like the state of Texas is trying to escape from her head.
|BHWW - 2011-07-18 |
An awkward skit at an anime con? Well I never! Seriously though, that was 100% pure uncomfortable.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2011-07-18 |
Thanks for letting me see this internet, it added a lot to my life.
|charmlessman - 2011-07-18 |
Something about watching that has solidified something in my mind that I've always understood but never been able to verbalize until now.
Aspies, weeaboos and their related ilk are so bizarre because they are incapable of understanding that the thing that makes them feel so good doesn't do the same for everyone else.
It's something that I and probably most of you have figured out long ago. But they never did and it means they'll spend the rest of their lives talking endlessly to the sides of people's heads about how their favorite character made them SO MAD when she betrayed her best friend in episode 34!
It happens everywhere, it's just that it becomes much more concentrated at anime cons.
Parents, pet owners, sports fans, camera/computer/car/whatever enthusiasts, foodies, music geeks, etc. all have people who project their love of whatever onto their audience and bore them to tears.
It shows up in an especially concentrated form at anime cons because the person doing it can much easier generalize "this person likes anime" to liking their anime, kinda like how one parent will assume a different parent will want to hear detailed descriptions of every poop their baby has taken.
But yeah, as someone who has actually been a judge for these masquerades before if wish I could be paid for every time I had to explain "nobody understands your in-joke" to people bounding masquerade ideas off me. And I wish I could be paid for every time I've sat through a skit like this -.-
|chumbucket - 2011-07-18 |
Are we not entertained?
|CuteLucca - 2011-07-18 |
The saddest part is that about 50% of Anime con masquerade skits are basically this. :(
The sad thing is that there are Anime con masquerade skits.
|roughnready66 - 2011-07-18 |
Damn, I thought it said Coldplay skit
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