how they pull off the spices and what not. It was just a guy starting off normal, and then going batsh*t insane by making a complete mess. It made me laugh and smile throughout the video and smile the entire time after. I watched these for at least an hour, and then I felt good the rest of the day. Smiling rules.
The video below shows the actual health benefits to smile. So watch it and try to smile more. Even if you have to force it... like when you go to Thanksgiving.
3. Elfen Lied is one of the most extreme Japanese anime's I have ever seen.
The other day, I was reading about the Netflix phenomenon that is Stranger Things, and there were multiple mentions about the similarities between that show and a show called Elfen Lied. They were both shows where kids were experiments on, escaped, and had special powers. I could get down with that. The first 10 minutes of the show included graphic nudity and such brutal violence that I knew I was hooked.
Premise: Elfen Lied takes place in Kamakura, Japan, and focuses on the "Diclonius", a newly mutated species. Their appearance is similar to humans, but with several differences, namely horn-like protrusions on the forehead and the presence of telekinetic invisible arms called "Vectors". One such Diclonius, Lucy, is the main character of the series: Initially held in a facility built for experimentation, located off the coast of Kamakura, she manages to escape and wreak havoc, but is injured in the…
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