Comment on Otaku Wish Mio A Happy Birthday, Again by Anonymous:

how many birthdays a year do they do ?


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  • Otaku Wish Mio A Happy Birthday, Again:
    Nope people like you are waste of oxygen . World without arrogant trash like you=much better place to live. And i dont even celebrate birthday.

  • Otaku Wish Mio A Happy Birthday, Again:
    Ok i dont get this. Really, people here change opinions in every thread. I mean in discussion named xx is y bad while in another discussion named xx2 is y good. First its 2d is teh best then 3d is best and then again 2d is best etc.

  • Otaku Wish Mio A Happy Birthday, Again:
    >>historical facts backing up that Mr. Hairy old man is real fucking lol’d It’s not because your fanfic… errr I mean your bible is thousand years old than it makes it historical fact. Me too don’t give a crap about religion, but I wouldn’t consider “completely different” million dudes celebrating the birthday of an old guy living in the clouds and ruling on the world with superpower, and hundreds of guys celebrating the birthday of an anime character.

  • Otaku Wish Mio A Happy Birthday, Again:
    Of course it’s normal behavior, people celebrate even the aniversary of some foods, or religion celebrates some fictional historic events, like christmas, or the death of kim yong-il, so Why we can’t celebrate the birthday of some characters?

  • Otaku Wish Mio A Happy Birthday, Again:
    That’s completely different, there’s historical facts backing up that Mr. Hairy old man is real, not saying he is but i don’t give much of a shit.

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