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Jojo Fan Comes Back to Life After Hearing That Friends Haven’t Seen it

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(The following is satire)

It was reported late on Sunday night that a man originally from Knoxville, TN, who was once deceased, has now defied the laws of nature and been revived from the dead. It was reported by his mother Angela Bay that the group was having a funeral, and they were ready to start the closing ceremony when Timothy Bay’s spirit heard his friends talking about how they had not watched “Jojo’s Bizarre adventure,” at which point his casket reopened and he rushed over to them immediately. Mrs. Bay is now unsure of how to feel. “On the one hand, I’m so glad to have my precious baby boy back, but he never shuts up about how good Jojo’s is.”


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Man Breaks into Weeb’s Apartment Only to Find Nothing Worth Stealing

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(The following is satire).

In a strange incident that occurred just last night, a man was caught angrily walking right outside an apartment complex after attempting a robbery. The incident occurred around 9 P.M., with the man in question, a Mr. Steve Stevenson, using a lock pick to break into another unsuspected man’s apartment. Stevenson later admitted to the police that after walking into the victim’s house, he immediately took off in anger. “I’m so tired of robbing people’s houses only to find anime girl figurines and Naruto DVD’s. It’s like, why would you spend your money on that?” Stevenson was then placed in jail after finding he had avoided previous sentences for similar behavior.


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Fans of “My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU” Excited to Watch Hachiman Not Hate Himself

(The following is satire)

After a long-awaited five years since the end of the show’s second season, fans of “My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU” are finally ready to watch the series’ conclusion. Many have taken to various social media sites, including different forums and Twitter, to express their anticipation for the show. One @hipsternihilist69 said “I really don’t like SNAFU’s message about there being inherent meaning in friendship. Btw, anyone want to grab coffee later?”

However, many on Twitter were also discussing the character of Hachiman, and how they are excited to see his growth. Throughout the first and second seasons, he begins to remove his self-isolationist mindset in favor of growing his friendships. “It really is like watching a mirror sometimes. A lot of anime characters start out as loners and losers but end up happier in the end. I just really want to see that resolution for Hachiman.”


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Man Joins Black Lives Matter Protests After Cop Steals His Anime Merch

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(The following is satire)

In the wake of historic protests following the death of George Floyd, along with many others since then, many have felt uneasy about joining said protests. One man from East Knoxville said “Of course Black Lives Matter, and I want to help, but I don’t know if protests are the best way to go about it.” However, the man’s mind was quickly changed after an encounter with police earlier this month. “I was driving home after getting some figurines from one of my favorite stores, I get pulled over and before I know it, there was a cop taking my stuff.”

The man in question, Steven Smith, is referring to the process of Civil Asset Forfeiture, a totally real process in which the police can accuse your possessions of being involved in a crime instead of you, and thus can take them in as evidence. “After that experience, I realized just how corrupt the policing system is, and I knew from that point that protesting was worth it.”


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IPCC Finds Weebs May Be Forced to Use Manga as Toilet Paper in the Future

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(The Following is Satire)

In a recent, very real report from the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), researchers found that deforestation and lack of soil management may lead to lack of available paper products. They specified that this would include lack of access to things like drawing paper, napkins, and toilet paper. The researchers project that this will begin to become a serious problem somewhere between 2050 and 2060, with an even worse timeline if people forget this information two second after reading it.

Among the researchers working on this report, Dr. Wee Aboo said that those who enjoy reading physical media of any kind may even be forced to use their favorite books and comics for other things. “What’s happening right now is unprecedented. Climate change is having such an incredible impact on our planet that it might get to the point where manga fans have to use their favorite series as toilet paper.


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Animated Observations Update #11: More Fun to Come and Other Important Matters

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The last month has been, well, pretty wild. The world is slowly reemerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, despite many warnings from experts, the U.S. is currently in the middle of large scale protests over the deaths of George Floyd, and I have spent most of the month trying to get back on a regular sleep schedule. So yeah, different levels of importance.

On George Floyd, BLM, and the Protests

Since I am someone with a larger than average platform, I feel the need to say at least something. George Floyd’s death was a murder, and the many protests going on in major cities across the U.S. are both justified and needed if we hope to see any level of meaningful change in addressing systemic racism and oppression. I do not support the people taking advantage of these protests as a way of looking trendy or using it as an excuse to do violence.

However it should also not be understated just how much of the violence that is happening is being instigated and sustained by police officers. While I am in no way saying that all cops are to blame for this, there cannot continue to be a blanket defense of police rooted in the “just a few bad apples” mentality.

Animated Observations was always meant to be a place for me to express my ideas and create things worth reading. There is no place here for hate, and certainly no place here for defenders of George Floyd’s murderer. Period.

Future Content

Recently I have had the common sense revelation that people like to be entertained. I know, right, crazy. So, in light of this, I am going to be working even harder to make that happen for readers of this blog. I just recently posted another satire piece, and I enjoy writing those.

Beyond that, however, I am still looking into what else I want to write. Potentially some more informative stuff, or reorganizing the way I do my reviews in order to make them more fun to read. The latter is probably going to happen anyway, but if anyone reading has any suggestions as to the stuff they want to see, please do let me know in the comments. To go along with this…

Getting on a Schedule

As much as I want to write more stuff, I also want to have a set schedule so that everyone know when to expect stuff from me. I haven’t decided specifically when stuff will be regularly uploaded, but their will be a minimum of two posts a week, and then occasionally some bonus stuff when I feel like writing a lot more.

A General Thank You

I feel like I do this a lot, but honestly I don’t know if I could ever do this enough. Thank you to everyone who continually reads my stuff and supports me. Even though life is hard right now, I feel incredibly grateful that I have a platform to where I can just be myself.


I hope everyone reading is still doing ok. Leave a comment below to let me know how you are feeling.

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Anime Fan Protests COVID-19 Delays by Burning Collection

(Not Real)

After many announcements of delays in anime series due to COVID-19, many fans have taken to social media to voice their frustration, but one has taken it even further. Steven Smith took to Twitter, posting a picture of what he says is his burned anime collection.

Smith explains in his tweet that he is “tired of seeing everyone get so lazy because of COVID-19.” He then goes on to explain that his decision to burn his anime collection was inspired by what he called the “brilliant and well-informed Keurig protesters,” a reference to many who destroyed their Keurig coffee machines after the company pulled their advertising from Fox Host Sean Hannity in 2017.

After following up with Smith earlier this week, he elaborated on his decision. “I simply don’t want to support an industry that believes that sitting around doing nothing is ok. Using COVID-19 as an excuse to not go back to work is simply Immoral.”

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Smith’s now viral series of tweets supposedly came after learning that the staff behind the popular series “The Promised Neverland” decided to delay its second season until next year over safety concerns.

When asked to respond to this decision, Smith simply said that studio Cloverworks was “just being ridiculous. There is no reason they can’t release the show in October.”

Animated Observations also asked Smith about his current work and living situation. “Me? I’m doing just fine. I mean, I work from home anyway, but this whole COVID-19 thing has been way overblown. First they want me to stay inside, and now I can only leave without a mask? Its absurd. The government shouldn’t be telling me what to do.

After pointing out that many of the more severe restrictions placed in other countries helped to save lives, and that many thousands more people are likely to die because of the recent reopenings, Smith proceeded to call us “fake news” and then hung up the call.

He has since declined any further comment.


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Release of Kingdom Hearts 3 Causes Massive, World Wide Sigh of Relief

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In an event that most people never thought possible, the popular game series Kingdom Hearts released its third main installment. Realizing that the game actually physically exists, many of its fans got together at multiple places around the world to sigh all at once.

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The events were not organized at all. In fact, most of them happened between groups of fans that just happened to be standing around in various places where they live. One such event happened in New York City, where thousands of Kingdom Hearts fans were seemingly drawn to Times Square in order to let a huge sigh of relief.

Elliot Smith was one such participant in the event in New York City, and when asked about the event, he said “It was weird. Everyone was just standing there, breathing in and out, but somehow it just felt right.” Jamie Stanford, who was at an event in Tampa, Florida, echoed a similar statement, saying “I really don’t know why any of us did it, but man did it feel good.”

Many of those same fans have happily abandoned all real-world responsibilities in order to play the game. One man, who wished not to be identified said. “I’ll play this game even if it kills me.”


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Guy Who Thought SAO Was the Best Anime Ever Actually Watches Show

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In an event that surprised many of those around him, and also left him wondering what he had been thinking, a man recently discovered that Sword Art Online, one of the most popular anime series to come out in the 2010’s, is actually not as great as many people claim it to be.

Devin Williams, 18, was hanging out with his friends in his two bedroom apartment on a Friday night. Williams walked into the living room where his roommate happened to be watching Sword Art Online. “I remember he said that he said ‘hey, you guys should come to watch this show with me,'” Williams said about the experience, “and so we watched it, and man, it was awful.”

Before the event, Williams had always had the impression that SAO was a really good show because everyone would talk about it all the time. “All of the people I know would tell me that it’s god’s gift to earth, but it’s just not true at all.”

When asked to comment on Williams’ revelation, many in his own family disagreed. “Are you kidding me,” his mother said, “Sword Art Online is the greatest show ever. I really like that part with Asuna trapped in a cage. It really adds to the drama of it all…”

“I just don’t know what to do,” Williams said, “Everywhere I go its people talking about the Sword Art Online. I just wish they would actually watch it to see how awful it is.”


Ok, so in case you guys did not see the tags or category for this post, it is a satire piece. I don’t actually think SAO is that bad, I just thought it would be a fun topic for satire article. But, since SAO is a show that I don’t normally talk about on The Aniwriter, I am curious: How do you all feel about the series? Let me know in the comments below. Also, consider supporting me on Ko-fi:

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Local Weeb Discovers 2D Women Are Not Real

While many Weebs are still under the impression that marrying a drawing is a completely viable life choice, one local resident has woken up to the reality that this is not the case. Steve Idonotdate, 23, a manager at the Wendy’s on Cedar Bluff, recently came to The Aniwriter with his story. Down below is a transcript of the interview with Mr. Idonotdate.


The Aniwriter: So tell me, Mr. Idonotdate, what was it like when you first came to this realization?

Idonotdate: It was…an experience. No one ever wants to believe it at first, but after awhile you come to accept it. It becomes a part of you.

The Aniwriter: You must have a family. Did they know about your problem?

Idonotdate: Yeah, it was a problem since I was 16. I think a lot of it was just the internet. You click on one video and the next thing you know your watching a WatchMojo top ten on the best waifus of 2017

The Aniwriter: How did they initially handle it?

Idonotdate: Honestly, they kind of didn’t handle it at all. They mainly just paid attention to my brother and left me alone. My parents kind of sucked. The still suck actually.

The Aniwriter: Ok then. And what was their reaction to your recent recovery?

Idonotdate: They still don’t really care one way or the other. Honestly, it feels like I could be dying homeless on the street and they would still be like “that’s nice honey.”

The Aniwriter: What is your message to others who are still trying to get over your particular condition?

Idonotdate: Why don’t my parents love me?

The Aniwriter: Ok I think we’re done.


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