Various settings up and a question.

  • Apr. 29th, 2009 at 9:22 PM
mochi: myself, dressed up fancy and being silly/cute at a train station (Default)
As I work to figure out my uses of this journal, I'm considering setting up some opt-in filters for content not everyone would want to read.

First off, filters:
  • Meme filter: I like memes. I am not a total meme whore, but I do post them somewhat often. Some people are not so into the meme thing, and I get that, thus they get a filter to themselves. You don't have to be on it unless you like memes too.
  • Adult content filter: For all things 18+, nsfw, tmi, etc. Topics would include discussing relationships, sexuality, and fandom-related things with adult themes.
If you want in on either of those, just leave a comment or send a message. I'm going to update my info with these too.

Things that won't be filtered:
  • Art/writing: Any comics, stories, animations, pictures, etc., both original and fan work. I won't share everything ever, but I'll post things I want feedback on, or feel were especially successful. I'll also use this blog as a place to look for collaborators, to discuss the creative process, and art in general.
  • Travel related blogging: I travel a lot, and while I do write a travel blog as well, I might post about my journeys on here sometimes.
  • General fandom: What I'm currently reading, watching, or listening to; questions about fandom; reviews, rants and raves. Icons if I start making them again.

Second, a question!

Do any of you know of a Japanese TV show, drama, anime, book, etc. that involves a girl receiving a complement and trying to turn it down?  For example, someone says she's pretty, and she say something like "No, no. I'm so fat/ugly/dumb." This is pretty common of Japanese culture, and I'm trying to find examples for a project in my Japanese Communication class. Thanks in advance for any help. ^_^


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