A friend of mine has been extolling the virtues of Ajin for a long time now. At last, I decided to give this Netflix Original a shot. Prior to this, I had watched Kuromukuro on Netflix and played around with the language options. (As my dear readers know, I love foreign languages.) The German voice actors performed decently–not that well, but it interested me enough to give the German dub of Ajin a shot from the very first episode.
Here we are at the end of National Blog Posting Month. I tell you frankly, my dear readers, that I feel rather burned out on blogging. Ich brauche eine Pause! (I’m presently studying German in my free time.) It doesn’t help that I have been feeling this way since the beginning of this month. But, I intend to give my time to study and creative writing and should return refreshed in a couple of months. And, you’ll still see one post from me within that time for Beneath the Tangles’ Twelve Days of Christmas series on the penultimate day before Christmas (December 23rd).
Happy blogging to you all!
I’m trying to learn more German these days. While browsing German songs and videos on YouTube, I came across this ridiculously hilarious video about why German is scary:
Enjoy and be sure to be sitting down when you watch that video! It’s a riot!