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Como lidar com essas caras deformadas, gente? Eu simplesmente não resisto! 😂😂😂 Rolou essa zoeira no último ep de Renai Bokun, daí passou tipo um filme na minha cabeça e achei que seria válido um “TOP Funniest Reaction Faces”, mas acho que Gintama e Prison School ficam empatados em 1º lugar… Quem discorda? 

Some recommendations if you are  a newbie to the anime world

Toradora

Originally posted by grimoirenier

Boku no hero

Originally posted by unfamiliarworld

Senyuu.

Originally posted by mobpsycho100

Akagami no Shirayuki-hime

Originally posted by fabelyn

Barakamon

Originally posted by mobpsycho100

Ansatsu Kyoushitsu

Originally posted by koro-yuki

Boku dake ga Inai Machi

Originally posted by derikisu

Bungou Stray Dogs 

Originally posted by sasaeki

Noragami

Originally posted by desu

Durarara!!

Originally posted by mirayama

Higashi no Eden

Originally posted by kuronashiro

Hunter x Hunter

Originally posted by mangastream

Ouran Koukou Host Club

Originally posted by jolynecujo

Psycho-Pass

Originally posted by juuzo-senpai

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu

Originally posted by desu

Shingeki no Kyojin

Originally posted by neogohann

Soul Eater

Originally posted by d4c

Death note

Originally posted by psychopass

Tasogare Otome x Amnesia

Originally posted by grimoirenier

3-gatsu no Lion

Originally posted by kanhekiz

* For more reccomandations in my blog search #sharonsays

 

anonymous asked:

B can you give us your top 10 anime you watched this year? I'm rlly curious! Thank you :3

Oh my my, this is the hardest thing to do…but let’s try! Let’s go from 10 to 1 this time, for the dramatics of it!

TOP 10 ANIME I WATCHED IN 2017

10. Ouran High School Host Club

I enjoyed it very very much and it’s probably the most EXTRA thing I’ve ever watched. I loved all the characters, the twins especially, and how surprisingly deep and diverse their characterization was! A true classic. 

Originally posted by soul-dwelling

9. Servamp

A very very late discovery that managed to get on this list at the last minute. This is not a perfect story with perfect characters (which I personally ADORE), but it managed to get me hooked from the start and left me wanting to know more and more. I’m in love with this very dark universe, but you know it’s easy to win me over with vampires ;)

Originally posted by hoshiwa

8.  Boku No Hero Academia 

Despite being the protagonist of the Top 10 Anime Betrayals when I said I’m not that fond of BNHA now, I can’t forget how hyped I used to be when I first watched the anime and read the manga. It’s a story that has a lot of my favorite characters, like Todoroki and Kirishima, and I find its plot incredibly well written. I may have grown distant with time, but it’s always in my heart. 

Originally posted by raittos

7. Barakamon

Barakamon was my first slice of life anime ever and it made me fall in love with this particular genre. It’s…just so good, so funny and so touching one may call it a perfect anime, and probably it truly is. 

Originally posted by lacuna-matata

6. Poco’s Udon World

Well, you all know how much I adored this anime and I still do. It spoke to me on so many levels, it made my heart explode with every possible feeling. It’s a story that felt so painfully real to me and it taught me so much, from the importance of appreciating the things you have to accept that, sometimes, to move forward you just have to go back. It’s a true hidden gem everyone should watch at least once, especially if you are in your late twenties or older…you’ll see why ;)

Originally posted by tsugumi

5. Tokyo Ghoul

Once I read that sometimes disgrace attacks a single person with the same force that it’s usually reserved for an entire country and this basically sums Tokyo Ghul up. I live in a state of constant fear when it comes to my ghoul kids and my most beloved Ken kaneki, but I’m still looking forward to what season 3 will bring us (i.e. to far more pain). 

Originally posted by anima-posts

4. Owari No Seraph

Speaking of pain, here’s another great source of it. It’s a story that I literally devoured, both in anime and in manga form. It means so much to me that it’s even hard to find words to describe how much I love it. Let’s just say it has it all: vampires, mysteries, questionable characters that you end up loving regardless, ANGST, tears, friendships, an older character adopting a bunch of teens and, let’s say it, tons of gay. Beautiful. 

Originally posted by insideahobbithole

3. Black Butler

The one with Balck Butler is the longest journey I’ve embarked myself this year. I’m usually scared to start series that have been going on for so long, but it was totally worth it, even just for the magnificence that was Book of Circus or Book of the Atlantic. Also, I always wondered why people were always head over heels for Sebastian and well…now I know, and I am one of them (and this is how my Ono Daisuke worship started, rip). 

Originally posted by funimation

2. Noragami

You all know my troubled history with Noragami. It was an anime that I didn’t like at all at first but, watching it again after a 6 months break, I ended up loving with all myself. Yato is honestly one of the most fascinating (and attractive) characters I’ve ever met and all the rest of the cast is just as well developed and layered. Also, it’s the anime that made me fall for Kamiya Hiroshi’s voice once and for all. 

Originally posted by alltheanimus

1. Bungou Stray Dogs

How many words did I already spend about BSD? Way too many but never enough. This is an anime I will never stop to recommend, the universe that captivated me the most, the set of characters that I hold the dearest. In one word: a masterpiece. 

Originally posted by tsukyuo

- bonus: Kimi no Na wa: this incredible movie deserves a special mention and can’t be ranked because it’s in a league of its own. It was utter perfection in plot, animation and music, and I don’t remember having cried that much out of raw emotion ever in my life. It’s an Oscar-worthy movie and I loved every single second of it. 

Originally posted by hyakuraii