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Have you ever experience to forget anime?
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24 / M / Philippines
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Posted 8/28/10
Before I sleep last night, I've been thinking about becoming an anime fanatic.

Since I was 5 years old, I really hooked watching all anime shows in a various channel on TV until the year 2006 when I was operated at the hospital, my parents bought us a PS2 Slim, I began to lose interest in anime because of replacing our favorite shows into a lame and uninterested anime (for me) that's why I made up my mind to forget anime for over 4 years. During 2007 until January 2010, I rarely watch animes like Beck, School Rumble, Fullmetal Panic Fumoffu, Shakugan No Shana, The Wallflower, Haruhi Suzumiya and Toradora due to our class in high school and playing my PS2 as well. On March 2010 I never expect only one anime that changed back my interest in anime and that is Lucky Star, the reason why I've returned to became an anime fanatic once again.

Now, I need to remember some animes from the past.
Posted 8/28/10
Yes. I didn't remember Outlaw Star, Tenchi Muyo or Ronin Warriors until a year ago. That usually happens with people a lot.
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Posted 9/1/10
I don't forget series now days, but years ago yes. Rave Master was one of them, I used to watch it all the time on Toonami on Cartoon Network. Late last year I remembered it and all those great memories came back. I even have all the episodes from the Syfy rebroadcast on homemade DVD's just in case it wouldn't air again or the official DVD's wouldn't be finished.
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Posted 9/1/10
i dont forget animes i have seen
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Posted 9/1/10
I haven't been a fan long enough for that to happen. My freshman year I was in my schools anime club and they showed the first episode of Serial Experiments Lain. I was interested but when they put it in I wasn't paying attention so I didn't catch the title. So I tried to look it up without much success until I happened to stumble upon it here. I finished it in two days and it remains one of my favorites. Guess that doesn't count but that's the closest story I've got.
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Posted 9/2/10
No, but I've seen some stuff I wish I could erase from my memory.
Posted 9/2/10
Yes and it would be the name of an Anime... I watched an anime movie when i was 7 years old and a few years later i completely forgot it's name... it literally drove me crazy at times, but later when i'm older and after extensive research i found out tht the movie was called Princess Mononoke
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Posted 9/2/10 , edited 9/2/10
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that I believe most modern anime is forgettable. I have noticed between watching older anime from the 80's and newer anime from the mid 1990's and on that it is now being geared toward younger and younger audiences. Characters are getting younger and subject matter is more insubstantial (focused on kiddie stuff) and, like our modern music culture, things are made to be temporarily satisfying but disposable in the long run. Yes, there are standouts, but my opinion is that the greater portion of anime made today is purely crap. I never liked the kiddie stuff even when I was younger but I hate it even more now. I want characters that have at least completed puberty. I remember anime that has interesting, unique characters and a compelling story but just generally an anime that works well overall. Kids tend to have less discriminating taste for things than adults. I liked a lot of stuff when I was younger that I can't stand now. When I was young I would think everything I liked was fantastic without being able to say I liked one more than the other. Perhaps it's just me becoming cynical and jaded but it takes an awful lot to get my attention now and so I mainly remember the predecessors because by now almost everything has already been done.
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Posted 9/2/10
lol nope if only i could remember school work like i do anime........
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Posted 9/6/10

Kruszer wrote:

No, but I've seen some stuff I wish I could erase from my memory.




Me too
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24 / F / Tokyo
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Posted 9/25/10
I have one or twice, but I eventually remember.
Posted 9/25/10
I wish I could forget some shows. Watching them all again as though I had never seen them would be great.
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Posted 9/26/10
no I can't forget them
and I will always love anime until I become 40 lol
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Posted 9/26/10
Just did. = 3=
It's because I'm buuusyyyyy. I hate being busy.
Posted 9/26/10
I don't usually remember many of the series I have seen unless they were really good. I have seen to many of them to remember them all. I even gave up on the list I was trying to keep a few years ago when it became more than four pages long in a ms word doc.
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