2017 has been an eventful year for me in the world of anime. I don’t think I’m even scratching the surface with the shows I’ve listed here, compared to everything I’ve watched this year (even excluding the ones from 2017). But these are the ones that made the biggest impression on me.
As with previous posts in this challenge, reflecting on my lists has made me realize I still have a lot of anime I need to watch. I feel like I haven’t seen enough lesser known or obscure titles to have among my favourites so I can list them here and lavish praise about anime many might not have seen or heard of. In due time I suppose.
This challenge is getting harder. Picking a favourite character doesn’t get easier when you split my options by two. Though it does allow me the opportunity to list more, it’s not much easier narrowing down my choices, since there’s so many characters I love or think are interesting, but just don’t occur to me when prompted. If I spent more time thinking about them, I’m sure some could wind up becoming a favourite of mine, but given the time constraint I’m placing on myself to write these I don’t have that luxury at the moment.
Here we are. Favourite slice of life anime. Not much confusion or difficulty deciding here. However, I can’t bring myself to only mention one so… This should be fun. Though as much as I’d love to talk about these shows on-end, I feel it necessary to keep things brief here should I wish to revisit them and write about them in the future (excuses excuses).
Generally I’m not one to watch ending themes until the end. I tend to skip them just so I can get to the next episode faster. But there are a few that have kept my eyes captivated enough to see through all the way.
Tea is very likely my favourite drink of choice, which I consume about at least three mugs of a day. As little of a thing as it may seem, and as silly as it may sound, this beverage has become a big part of my life.