And I’m sure I’ll always think so, too.
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And thus ends another season of Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai, and another season of writing posts. I hope you enjoyed both.
And since it’s the Final Vanishment, it’s time for staff comments:
Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren
fotc (TL/QC): Kuroneko = mai❤waifu.
Raze (TLC/Edit/QC): Disappointing. Best girl(s) didn’t even put up a fight.
archdeco (Timing): THANK YOU #BASEDKUSION
lunr (Timing): (MIA)
ntr (TS): (Busy doing idle activities)
thecowgoesmoo (QC): Can anybody find me somebody to love?
cardslash02 (Karaoke): Satone is still best girl. And DFM is mai husbando.
Yuyu (Encoding): I am very upset and in love with kyoani at the same time. Not sure how to write feelings my feelings down exactly, but I certainly did enjoy working on this season! Also, ilu Futsuu <3 and archdeco is a filthy pole.
Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai! Ren Lite
fotc (TL): Kuroneko = mai❤waifu.
Raze (TLC/Edit): Disappointing. Best girl(s) didn’t even put up a fight.
Xythar (Edit/Timing/TS/Styling/Encoding): Working on the main show and the lites at two different groups was an interesting arrangement, but it played out quite nicely. If only the main show was 5 minutes long too.
I should probably mention that I never read comments on posts as I care not to sully my mind with the base ramblings of the rabble. I do hear that most people enjoy my writing, though.
Oh, and since I don’t feel like fixing anything up or writing missed sections, I won’t be releasing a final version of the article. Any parts that didn’t meet the deadlines will follow me to the grave.
The Causes and Effects of Eighth-Grade Syndrome Throughout History
fotc (Mazui Subs, Unlimited Translation Works)
Eighth-grade syndrome has been one of the most influential forces in the course of human history. It affects all people, living, dead, or unborn, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. It has driven its affected to murder and suicide, wasted and destroyed lives, spawned wars, given birth to philosophy and religion, and caused the rise and fall of empires. Despite the condition’s immense effects on history, its root causes remained uncatalogued until recently.
However, despite the frightening nature of the condition and its catastrophic effects on the human race as a whole, the general consensus is that treatment is unnecessary as the condition is exceedingly common (affecting all people) and typically mostly harmless. The author agrees with this general consensus, excepting one subclass of eighth-grade syndrome sufferers discussed in Section 9.
It is, after all, sad and embarrassing, yet charming and dear, a disease called “self-consciousness,” an unavoidable part of life called “being true to yourself,” and something we suffer from for all of our lives.
All pre-existing material was retrieved from fotc’s memory.
The Causes and Effects of Eighth-Grade Syndrome Throughout History by fotc is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Research was funded in part by FFF Fansubs.