What’s Your Ultimate Talent? (Danganronpa Inspired Post!)

In Danganronpa, the characters are “Ultimate” students, meaning they are the best at what they do. Every one of them has a talent and they were chosen because of their talent.

Some examples of Ultimate talents in Danganronpa are:

  • Ultimate Anthropologist
  • Ultimate Baseball Player
  • Ultimate Biker Gang Leader
  • Ultimate Child Caregiver
  • Ultimate Cook
  • Ultimate Cosplayer
  • Ultimate Detective

…the list goes on.

In real life, I would not be chosen as an “Ultimate.” But this is just for fun.

One friend said I could be the Ultimate Photographer. Another friend said I could be the Ultimate Cosplayer. I gave it some thought, and think that I could be the Ultimate Blogger, Ultimate Fan Girl, Ultimate Otaku, or Ultimate Fujoshi.

What would your Ultimate talent be?

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Would you rather be the best at one talent, or be kind of good at multiple talents?

How Do You Watch Anime?

This is kind of a weird topic, but hear me out. I feel like we all have our own ways of enjoying anime.

My Anime Wrap Up for 2018 – A Nerdy Perspective

I confess that I skip anime opening and ending songs… It’s not really good because that means I also skip the credits. I sometimes listen to the songs but I skip them most of the time. O_O

If a part of an episode is “boring” to me, I watch it at 1.25x, 1.5x, or 2x speed (it depends on how bored I am). When I am interested again, I set it back to the normal speed. I actually watch most YouTube videos (not including music) at 2x speed. This includes cooking videos, TedTalks, some vlogs, and more. I watch anime filler episodes at 2x speed. Since just about all the videos I watch have subtitles, watching at 2x speed is not an issue for me.

I watch anime in sub but that’s my personal preference. In my opinion, the whole sub vs. dub debate is so stupid.

I can’t really multitask while I watch anime. I need to give my full attention to whatever I’m watching.

I mostly watch shows by myself. I sometimes watch shows with my brother. Lately I’ve been watching The Untamed episodes over Discord voice chat with friends.

I know some people only watch shows once all the episodes are out. I’m fine with watching one episode every week. It gives me something to look forward to every week. Now that I’m staying home every day, I do binge watch shows. I couldn’t really afford to binge-watch when I was a student. Before the quarantine, I used to watch anime on public transit LOL.

Once an anime is finished, I almost never turn to the manga to continue the story. I just wait forever for season 2.


I feel like I’ve just exposed myself. Oh well. How do you watch anime?