November 10, 2010

:::New Segment:::

Hello everyone! I am happy to announce that I am creating a new segment entitled:

"Tsundere of the Month"

Q. Why am I making this segment?
A. Why, to live up to my name of course! (Dere-tsun *flip* tsun-Dere = tsundere)

In this segment I will review a tsundere girl of my choice each month and give you all the information you may need in order to understand their situations and stories when you're watching the anime/reading the manga!

So look forward to this new segment! :D

Thanks for reading! ^^

P.S. If you haven't read my post on the Four Tsundere Wonders, check it out here.

And on another note, if you haven't noticed already we have polls on the side bar under our archive each month, so don't forget to vote before you "navigate away"! :D... Shiyu-chan is monitoring our side bar as well--so if you leave without following and/or voting... *shakes head*...

Let me put it this way: I hope you can sleep with your eyes open!! =P

K: またね!
R: Matane!
E: See you later!

(I'll also begin these K.R.E. messages to teach you Japanese! K = Kana; R = Romaji; E = English)

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