You know, Stanlick’s excellent article has got me thinking: anime is sometimes a great thing because of the awesome stuff that can happen in animated form that physics just refuses to let us do in real life. You know what I’m talking about. What’s one moment in anime that you wish could be replicated in real life?
For me, one instance in particular comes to mind from Gintama:
Header from Food Wars!
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