YUKI N.> ...

Ah, I see you are a person of culture as well.

My anime list: https://myanimelist.net/profile/maowtm

Are you a Haruhi fan?
     > Yes      > Watched it, but didn't like      > What is Haruhi?
(Click on one of the above option to continue.)

Glad to hear!

In fact, I have been reading the light novel recently.
Yuki is best girl!
   > Yes    > No, Haruhi best girl    > No, Mikuru best girl    > No, Koizumi best girl    > No, Kyon best girl    > No, Ryoko best girl

Glad you agree!

Smart choice haha (evil laugh from Ryoko)

The Data Integration Entity will not forgive you for this!
Ok nevermind.

Well then, each to their own, I guess.

Glad you asked.
The full name is called "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya". It is a story invloving aliens, time travelers, and espers.
It has a slice-of-life feel to it, but yet still contains a lot of plots and character development.

My favorite character is Yuki Nagato, who is a "Humanoid Interface" created by the "Data Integration Thought Entity".

While seemingly emotionless at first glance, she is actually more human than she appears.
     > I'm interested            > Not interested

In that case, please check it out in your preferred streaming site!
Or read the light novel, which I'm currently doing!

Well, let's talk about something else then.
Let's talk about something else.
If you could recommend one anime to me, what would it be?
Even if Haruhi is your favorite anime, please enter something else.
Enter your choice here:

> Submit            > Nevermind
Submitting... Noted, thank you!

Here are some other anime that I really liked:

I love animes that happen in a world that is slightly different from our own, but is otherwise a relaxing slice-of-life, like: Nichijou: A very hilarious slice-of-life. Chuunibyou: Centered around a delusional girl who think she has anime-protagonist abilities (but actually doesn't). This may sound a bit cringe but I promise it is fun, and there is some very good plot. > Show me more slice-of-life with slight twists

Happy to tell you more!
KonoSuba: A RPG game-based comedy isekai. Flying Witch: Basically Cute Girls Do Nothing, with a bit of magic. New Game!: A game development workplace comedy. Yuru Yuri and Yuyushiki: The first is a classic in SoL, and the second is basically like the first, but with less characters. All very relaxing and funny. Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid: The life of Kobayashi and her dragon maid. This is a funny anime and I liked it, but I must warn that some of the sexually suggestive scenes in it might not be welcomed by all. Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-san (Ms. vampire who lives in my neighborhood): A cute story about a human girl who live together with a vampire, who also happens to look like a cute human girl.

But I also enjoy more dramatic stories (as long as it has an interesting element, like time travel or weird abilities), such as: Charlotte: A story about supernatural abilities and how the wielders try to hide from being exploited by scientists. Steins;Gate: A slightly crazy time travel story. > Show me more suffering

Happy to tell you more!
Fruits Basket: A very emotional story about family, love, self-acceptance, etc. Gakkougurashi (School-Live!): An apocalyptic survival story. Can't say more without spoilers, just finish the first episode. Girls' Last Tour: Also an apocalyptic survival story, but with more survival and less moe in it. Food Wars: You won't believe how many episodes this anime about cooking has. Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-: Main character has the ability to travel back in time and respawn after death, and suffers a lot of pain while trying to help his love interest. There is a lot of character development on his part, but in the initial episodes he's pretty cringe.

But there is one anime I would specifically like to call out - Hourou Musuko (Wandering Son). This is an anime about two transgender kids in middle school — a girl and a boy. Even though it's an relatively old anime (2011), it is a very nuanced take on the topic, which is refreshing to see given that gender-related topics are often not handled well in Japanese animation.

One of the core aspects of the story is the importance of being understood when you are a trans kid, and the anime illustrates well how difficult this can be among both their peers and adults. A lot of the stuff in this story hits close to home to me.

And that's it for now. Thanks for checking out this page! I would be very happy to chat about anime! Please feel free to ping me on Twitter or Discord!
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