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"Anime is trash and so am I" is a very common catchphrase within anime discussion. "This anime is trash." "Shounen trash" "Slice of life trash." We refer to the shows we watch as trash, ourselves as trash, but is that really a fair comparison? People like @Gigguk and the @Trash Taste podcast have capitalized on this trend, but is it more harmful than it is humorous? Let's find out!
Joe from @Pause and Select's thread responding to Gigguk's video on Light Novel titles:
Tweet about "how Japan views Western snowflakes":
Just Weebs Podcast Episodes:
#AnimeisTrash #TrashTaste #Anitube
Hurry Starfish - Clannad
Noblesse - Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion
DND (Do Not Destroy) - No More Heroes
Chun Nan (Night) - Sonic Unleashed
Sakura Koi Uta - Melty Blood Actress Again
Thank You For Not Snitching - The Boondocks
Anime Hiphop Beat (REAL HIPHOP)
His World Instrumental - Sonic The Hedgehog
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