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There are many bags, like our Affectuator Backpack and OTB Tote, that come with lace or side mounting points. Observing people with these bags, we noticed one thing: those things are criminally underused! In this short Inspiration Station I’ll go over a really simple decoration I whipped up using $3 worth of materials from Daiso, zip ties, plain printer paper, scissors for creating a trimmed edge and hanging badge covers.
Today, let's go over this black OTB tote bag I decorated, as seen on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. A very rare specimen indeed, as I don't decorate black often. (￣︶￣;) On this occasion, I found it more befitting than using any other color. If white was available, I would have gone with that option. (•̀o•́)ง Yosh! Let's go.
Welcome to a brand new blog series: mō ichi do PLEASE! We will discuss nuances, mistranslations, and trivia regarding the Japanese language. In this first post, we’ll go off of our previous Anime Unearthed: Shounen article by explaining “nakama” and how it differs from other words for friendship - you’re gonna need to know this if you wanna become the pirate king or the next hokage!
Welcome to Anime Unearthed - the series where we talk about anime, because why not? For our first post in this series, we’ll start very simple by discussing target demographics.
Target demographics are the lens that we see a genre through - a shounen romance will behave differently than a seinen romance, for example. To make things relatively simple, manga is published in magazines by target demographic. Shounen Jump is a well known example of this.