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The Ten Anime Bishies Who I will not Kick out of My Bed
(In no Particular Order):

1.  Cho Hakkai from Gensomaden Saiyuki
Yes, I really like him.  Obviously. Sometimes, though, I wonder.  Won't that be like making love to yourself?

Ok, scratch that. I am now officially made of 78646876 kinds of love.  Hakkai, pull back the sheets and join me!

2.  Genjo Sanzo from Gensomaden Saiyuki
I am goggle-eyed.  Seriously, what's not to like?    The blond hair!  The charisma!  The leather!  The megane (for reading only, alas)!  The fan!  The surly!  The teeny-tiny gun (=size issues)!

3. Tezuka Kunimitsu from Prince of Tennis
O Captain, my Captain!

Sadly, I think he isn't the type to agree to having so many in one bed, no matter how huge it is.  I didn't mean that the way it came out.

4. Kei Kusanagi from Onegai, Teacher
Wallflower, if something like that is even remotely appropriate to describe a boy with.  The kind that few would notice, but none would not love if they did.

5. Souma Hatori from Fruits Basket
Self-contained and sad.  Plus reliable.  I could be the plum in his onigiri anytime.  Yum.

6. Inui Sadaharu from Prince of Tennis
Pi is the sexiest number.  Must-listen: Seven minutes of Sadaharu (yes, I said Sadaharu, but that's Inui-senpai to YOU, jealous fangirl) reciting the digits of Pi. 

  Go ahead and do the clickety-click thing, and I dare you to keep yourself from crossing your legs the entire time.  I listened to it, and used data from this link ('Haru-chan would so totally lurv me, I'm sure of it) and found out that Inui doesn't read just a few digits and loop it.  I kid you not. I got up to five hundred digits after the decimal point before I lost count.  But then again I was supposed to be doing some work, so that may have had something to do with it.  I'll try it again sometime when there are no distractions, like life, getting in the way.

Pi Day is March 14, 3/14.  White Day is March 14, 3/14.  Is it just me, or is that totally screaming out for a (RenInuKai/InuKai) fanfic? (=_= I is fanfic-obsessed. *sobs*)

7. Edward Elric from Full Metal Alchemist
    I don't know how he is in the manga, but he definitely made me swoon in the anime.  Love the philosophical dilemmas.  Hagane no Chibisuke, I mean, Renkinjutsushi!

8. Yuki Eiri from Gravitation
    Why does aloof always do it for women?  He wears glasses, too!

Aack! But no, in megane must our gorgeous Yuki be!  And dammit, sunglasses don't count! *beats fists against wall in frustration*

9. Nakano Hiroshi from Gravitation
    I always have a soft spot for them quite unassuming supportive types.  *breaks down* Ok, ok, I admit, it was the Pocky!

10. Haruka Tenou from Sailormoon
    You do remember the treatment of the Bishoujo Senshi-tachi no show in the Philippines was, in a word, ambiguous, right? Deliberately ambiguous.  But one can't be perfect, and it's quite possible to do something right, if only inadvertently.  So when they forgot to remove incriminating evidence of Haruka's true gender (Like, what gave it away? Gasp! Couldit've bin the skirt? No way!!) and her persuasion (You can't really take out Michiru from the series, because there are like, nine planets, man), the parts that they meant to be ambiguous become downright confusing.  Just like the last sentence.  (You may read it again if you wish.)  An old friend once said something that about summed it up:

    Anak: Mommy, mommy, bakit girlfriend ni Haruka si Michiru? (Mommy, why does Haruka have a girlfriend (Michiru)?)
    Mommy: Kasi, anak, lalaki si Haruka. (Honey, it's because Haruka is a man.)
    Anak: Ha? E mommy, bakit nakapalda si Haruka? (Huh? Then mommy, why does Haruka wear a skirt?)
    Mommy: Kasi, anak, babae si Haruka. (Because Haruka is a woman, honey.)
    Anak: Ha??!?

    Anyhow, the Haruka's animus can beat up the Mamorou's appeal and have it for breakfast at six on the dot, any day of the week.  I don't care if she's a girl. (Don't let's tell my Ian, okay?  Red looks better on him than pale, but I'd rather the color is on some fetching shirt and not his face.   Haruka below with Michiru:

Wow, oh yeah.  I forgot.  My fiance trumps all F-Locking on posts without breaking a sweat: He has my LJ password.)

Okay, I know my homework said ten, but I can't do *just* ten!  Teachers like a little extra initiative from their students, ne, Rei-sensei?

11. Momoshiro Takeshi from Prince of Tennis
I can't explain it.  I just really love him!!!! It makes me feel sad that fanfic writers usually portray him as an airhead.  But he's not, he's my Momo-chan! They should watch the Nationals and see how kuwaii he gets when he becomes "self-actualized."

P.S. WTF? There's no decent image of Momo-chan ANYWHERE!!!

12. Prince Zuko from Avatar: The Last Airbender
I know what the title said, but he counts if I say so, and never mind that he isn't the main protagonist.  I have a propensity to glomp people who can't bear to admit they have a softer side, and do all sorts of wrong things for the right reasons.  An excellent example of the conflicted soul.

13. Ishida Uryuu from Bleach
Geek Factor: check.  Megane: check.  Attitude: check.  Ability to cause Stars-in-Eyes Syndrome: check, check, check.  Ah, Bleach.  Just when I thought it couldn't get any better, Uryuu unzips his shirt in Episode 110.  And then his father appears at the end of it.

14.  Kaido Kaoru from Prince of Tennis


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