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Anime Things That Would Get You In Trouble In Real Life

Keep your friends close - and your anime even closer.

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Glory of Thrones: Tribute to the Hound (Game of Thrones/Peter Cetera Parody)

This is a tribute to Game of Thrones / the Hound set to the music from Peter Cetera’s “Glory of Love” (which you may remember as the theme song from Karate Kid.

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Amazon Doing What it Must for the Good of Valhalla
This hilarious Norse mythology-themed chat conversation actually took place between UranusExplorer and an Amazon customer service representative. UranusExplorer initiated the chat after his Amazon package failed to arrive. A representative named Thor responded, and the two discussed the package issue in mythological terms as Thor and Odin.
(vía Reddit)

Amazon Doing What it Must for the Good of Valhalla

This hilarious Norse mythology-themed chat conversation actually took place between UranusExplorer and an Amazon customer service representative.

UranusExplorer initiated the chat after his Amazon package failed to arrive. A representative named Thor responded, and the two discussed the package issue in mythological terms as Thor and Odin.

(vía Reddit)

Hello Kitty Is Not Really a Cat (Reactions)

“Hello Kitty” is, in fact, a young London third grader named Kitty White, who lives with her parents George and Mary and her twin sister Mimmy. It’s unclear if Mimmy is an identical twin or a fraternal twin. I mean, like, Mimmy looks exactly like Kitty, but Kitty also looks exactly like a cat, and as we have already established, she is not a cat, and so perhaps the Whites of London town live in a universe where there’s no such thing as a cat and also the sky is made of Jell-O that tastes like arsenic waffles.

(vía Entertainment Weekly)

Hello Kitty Is Not Really a Cat (Reactions)

“Hello Kitty” is, in fact, a young London third grader named Kitty White, who lives with her parents George and Mary and her twin sister Mimmy. It’s unclear if Mimmy is an identical twin or a fraternal twin. I mean, like, Mimmy looks exactly like Kitty, but Kitty also looks exactly like a cat, and as we have already established, she is not a cat, and so perhaps the Whites of London town live in a universe where there’s no such thing as a cat and also the sky is made of Jell-O that tastes like arsenic waffles.

(vía Entertainment Weekly)

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