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Post Reply WINNERS ANNOUNCED! Happy Birthday Naruto Uzumaki~! It's October 10th, tell us what Naruto means to you! Win amazing priz
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Back when i was in elementary school in France I started watching Naruto on T.V. and caught my attention on the first episode. Naruto was one of many anime series i enjoyed as a child and still do today since it made me fall in love with anime. Now that I live in the U.S. Naruto is still in my weekly schedule to watch for the past 6-7 years. Throughout the years, I enjoyed many badass episodes and many sad ones, i also had many complaints but Naruto was always great at the end. Naruto was part of my childhood and most likely affected me to become who i am today. With that said, I hope later generation of anime viewers enjoy this anime as much as I did.
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I've been watching Naruto for years, 20 episodes a day, non stop. I just am so happy it's his birthday and i am so happy that he shares this birthday with me too. We were both born on October 10th, we have the same blood type too (B). My friends think i am a Naruto nerd cause i usually love talking about it. I love how he motivates me to do what i want to do, some people might think this might be another "mainstream" anime but to me it is one of the best animes i have ever watched.

Naruto means a lot to me because he has that "Hope" inside of him that they always show and sometimes i wish to be that Hope to some people. Last time my girlfriend she was having a really bad day and she was thinking dark things and i spent an hour relieving her, she said i gave her hope. Hope? Me? Unbelievable, i am just a 17 year old kid who watches anime and does kickboxing. How did i give her hope? Then from instinct i remember Naruto the next day i think about it. Naruto influenced me so much and sometimes i think would i really be the same person i am today if i didn't see Naruto? Would i?

All the words in the world couldn't describe how Naruto helped me and inspired me to do what i do now. I love fighting because of Naruto and even though it sounds dumb it's what i like doing. That plus Naruto to me is an awesome anime, i do sound cliche but i can't describe it other wise. This probably won't win but.. why not worth a shot?

TL;DR: Naruto gave me hope.


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Posted 10/10/14
I've only been watching Naruto for about a year and a half, but since I started watching its really changed my life.
Even though I've also had lots of people around me I was always looked down on and scolded and usually bullied and I let it get to me and was depressed.
That one day I decided to try watching Naruto, I saw a boy about the same age who had the same problem.
But the amazing thing was he didn't let it get to him.
Even if it was in a bad way, he was always smiling, and always proving people that he could do better if he just got the chance.
I'm still inspired to be like Naruto, and I will always remember to follow my own ninja way.
Believe it.
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To me, Naruto is an inspiration to adults, kids, and teens alike. Without Naruto I never would’ve had the inspiration to work towards my goals or keep pushing forward when everything and everyone seemed to be against me. He continues to push to save his friends and become Hokage even when he had to grow up with everyone hating him for who he was and I always looked up to him even though he’s an anime character. He’s not just an anime character though, he’s the reason I met my best friend as well as the love of my life. Without Naruto I wouldn’t be loving life like I am right now and wouldn’t have found my inner ninja
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There's no way I can express my love for the Naruto series in less than 300 words but for the sake of the contest I shall. Naruto was the first show that really got me into anime. To be honest I would still be "anime-less" if it had not been for Naruto. I remember how much I fell for the characters, the music, the animation, the story and well..everything. This show has really shaped my life in everything that I do now. To not giving up on someone to simply giving everything your best, it has taught me the basics. Not only has he got through to the characters to the show, but to me as well. If anything that has made me genuinely laugh, cry or shrouded me with suspense, it would be Naruto. If I could I would break down my emotions for every character, song, episode, movie etc, but that would be breaking the rules So, with that, that is my compassion to and for Naruto..may it never fade.
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Naruto has taught me to never give up on my dreams! Every time I think "I can't do it" I think of Naruto or Rock Lee and how they made it when everyone else thought they couldn't do it! He made me believe in myself.
Naruto is my everything, I laughed with him, I cried with him.
It may not be much, but I can't describe how much I love him, he's my hero and I will always love him, even after the manga ends
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For me naruto mean follow your dreams an no matter what ppl can say or told you do what you got to do and prove them the wrong #followyourdreams no matter ppl can think everybody there on destiny you need find your this how i find feel when i watch an read naruto sometime i got some tears.
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Well to me Naruto was my way of expressing myself into my hobbies an getting to speak to other people and opening myself up about my passion for naruto and making friends like what naruto did and seeing how he was able to make great trustworthy friends make me feel like I could to as love and love others and make more friends. So as I learned how naruto was able to forgive and love the same people who would shun an leave him out taught me how I could too as well. Naruto will always be the reason why I can have faith in the future because it will always get better and make you into a better person that can find love and cherish the people most important to you.
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Honestly, I decided to watch Naruto because my fiance has been watching it since he was a kid and it has been a big part of his life. When I first saw some of the episodes, I hated it, I couldn't stand how Naruto acted, he was annoying. But through sticking it out, I realized why he was like that and felt the need to watch on. Watching episode after episode, because I was hooked, I felt a lot of things that I have never felt from an anime before. The true meaning of friendship, the heartfelt pain experienced through the characters lives, that will of no matter what happens, not giving up. Naruto felt very real to me. How he experienced and still does experience so much pain, and even came close to letting life win, but every time he pulls through, with his friends right by his side. I always root for the underdog, but in this situation, is the one time where I felt I really got something extremely powerful from doing so. Naruto literally was the most hated (by myself included) to the most recognizable, respected character on the show and in my heart. I felt silly when I cried so much, or laughed so hard, or got so mad, but now, I welcome those feelings with an open heart because I know Naruto will never fail to present such stirring emotions. I listen to the soundtrack in my spare time and literally see slideshows in my head from when Naruto "did that" or when he "felt that" to be honest, if I had to choose, my favorite moment is when he was able to see his mother and father again, because I thought that to be such a treasure. To see your son and what he became, something so much more imaginable than you could have ever hoped, and to be told so by your parent's after so many years without their guidance. Very touching moment. I currently use Naruto's unwavering "will" in my daily life when I experience difficulties, and have even adopted my own "Ninja way" if you will. I am deeply saddened that this show is coming to an end, but I am very thankful that I got to be apart of his story thus far, and consider this anime a legend of legend's in the anime community. As Naruto would say. "BELIEVE IT!"
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Naruto has been a life changing anime for me since the day it came out back in 2002. Naruto himself has had a huge impact on my life, and as we otaku know, it is completely possible for a fictional character to have an effect on us. Naruto has touched me on so many different levels, from his idea of never going back on your word to how hard he fights for his friends, this guy has more heart than any existent and anime person out there. He climbed his way up to the top from rock bottom, and with each and every step he takes, I couldn't be more proud and happy for him. So all in all, you're the greatest Naruto, keep on going with your Ninja Way. And Happy Birthday to you, Future Hokage!
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Naruto made me the person I am today. It's saved me from feeling completely alone.

So a very happy birthday to Mr UzumakI.
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I would watch those flashback moments and cry whenever I saw those kids bully him for no reason other than prejudgment. It wasn’t because it was a sad moment, but also a moment that has happened to myself as well. Being the only Asian student at my elementary school, I was bullied many times because I was different. No one went as far as to call me a freak or a monster, but they didn’t have to because I already knew that was what I was to them. Needless to say, my childhood wasn’t the greatest.
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I started watching Naruto at age 11 (in 2005) and after my parents and siblings died at age 12 that's all I ever watched. Naruto always staying strong and not giving up helped me a lot. He was an orphan just like me and that's why I wanted to be just like him. He taught me a lot and thanks to him I'm still here. I am now 20 years old and as dumb as this may sound thanks to this anime I learned what friendship truly is and how to care about others. Naruto taught me how to respect others doesn't matter if they're different and that it doesn't matter what life throws at you you're still you and you can get through it if you don't give up. It also helped me grow when I had no one else to teach me. When I lost my hero (my father) Naruto took his place and thanks to him I was able to smile once again. I am very saddened that the manga is about to end but I am very happy and grateful that I was able to grow with him. I am who I am today because of him.


Happy birthday my hero.
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To me, Naruto means to never give up in what you believe in. These notions and beliefs have made me mature and grow up in a way no other show has before. The fact that Naruto grew up with me and also face many perilous struggles has made this experience way more meaningful to me. Naruto has made me who I am today.
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First Let me say Happy Birthday to my 6th bae Naruto!!
I can't believe you going to be 5.9ft tall in the upcoming movie, I mean 5.9ft is really TALL in my opinion. ahaha someone can't stop growing here. Naruto, you have inspired me so much, to never give up on your dreams and be strong. No matter what happen, just keep smiling and if you fall stand up again cause life is not over yet. Loneliness is the scariest thing and that's why you work so hard and did so many stupid/amazing things for people to notice you. That is the part I like about you the most I can just write a whole essay about how much impact Naruto did in my life, but I'll keep this short and say that Naruto is my inspiration that help me to look at the bright path and get through struggles in life. Again Happy BirthDay Naruto!!!


P/s: I end up writing a message to him opps ahaha
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