Tag: anime quotes

Anime Quote Time pt.02

“Why wouldn’t you stay at the bottom with me?” – Mai Zenin, Jujutsu Kaisen Ep.17 art header by @_natyjs on twitter In Jujutsu Kaisen we see a lot of interesting dynamics from teacher and student to two souls inhabiting one body. And amongst them we have the Zenin twins who seemingly cannot stand each other.

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Quote Time: Demon Slayer pt.02

 “Work at it. All I can do is work hard! That’s the story of my life!” – Tanjiro Kamado header by @01ki on instagram With Demon slayer being an anime that gives us a tragic story right away, we have our patient and steady character – Tanjiro Kamado. While this quote may seem a bit

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Haikyuu Quote Time: part 08

header@ pottetto deviantart “I will protect your backs!” – Nishinoya Yuu, Chapter 41 Page 17 Nishinoya Yuu forms the strongest defense especially when Daichi joins the back row in the court. As the libero who is prohibited to take part in the mid-air battle and is mainly focussing on keeping the ball from falling to

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Haikyuu Quote Time: part 06

Picture @Kahmurio deviantart “If you’re going to hit it, hit it until it breaks!” – Oikawa Tooru The most famous quote when it comes to identifying the one and only setter it belongs to: Oikawa Tooru. A quote he repeated several times to himself and told Kageyama Tobio in middle-school explaining indirectly what it means.

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Haikyuu!! Quote Time: part 04

“He who climbs the ladder must begin at the bottom.” Ittetsu Takeda Ittetsu Takeda had some very powerful quotes in the anime as well as the manga. The man who worked hard to make Karasuno what it had become and developing into a much more powerful team than they could have imagined. The one who

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Haikyuu!! Quote Time: part 03

Oikawa Tooru is not a genius Chapter 53 title It might not be a literal quote, but let’s still dive into the sentence today, Oikawa Tooru is not a genius. The title of the 53rd manga chapter that begins with a little flashback into the past of Oikawa and Kageyama. We already discussed the topic

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