Otaku Life Story time. (￣︿￣)＞
When a group of friends gather, there’s always a tendency for increased volume and excitement. It’s normal and totally expected — there’s nothing wrong with that.
Unless you’re talking about something questionable like what happened in an anime episode.
But that’s totally normal as well, right?
One of the benefits of staying over at friend P’s house is the fact that there’s a Macdonalds nearby and someone is always up for a mid-night snack.
Friends P, S and I went for a Macs run at about 1.30am and on the way there, started talking about anime and describing different series to each other.
(If you’re familiar with the series, Handa-kun, you’d understand just how hilarious it is. If you’re not, it might be time to go google that synopsis and find out 🙂 )
S started describing a part of Handa-kun and as we walked into Macdonalds to join the queue, said pretty loudly,
The girl was trying to commit suicide!
I saw at least 5 heads turn to look at us with that sentence, but was too busy laughing at the rest of the Handa-kun description to think about the continued stares. Turns out I wasn’t the only one who noticed all the eyes on us, P and S did too!
We honestly should’ve been talking and laughing (more like cackling) much softer, but when you’re having so much fun, sometimes you forget how public of a space you’re in. You… forget that you should probably feel embarassed too.
I think we just didn’t care after all, ahaha. I mean… it’s not like I have much of a public image to uphold anymore…
It seems like a bulk of these ‘Otaku Life’ stories are basically embarassing stories. Yeah, well… I guess that’s what they are after all. (´･_･`)