>>2660124>be me >watch the Don't Say Lazy ED on YouTube>this is cool>watch the anime>finish first season in one month (I watch anime very slowly)>meh it's funny but they did nothing special, the ED promised more, give it a 7>watch season 2 after that>finish it in 1 week, give it a 10>cried with episodes 20, 22, 23, 24 and 26 >only have cried with two animes before that>shocked because it was supposed to be a relaxing comedy>watch the movie a month later>I don't want it to end>it is ending>that scene on the roof>appears Singing! ED>I have never cried because an anime ended except with K-ON!>lost count of how many times I have rewatched the whole series
What I want to say with this is that K-ON! grew up on me and became better and better the more time I spent watching it, because I actually ended up caring for the characters (especially Ritsu, >>2660464
summarized pretty well in the last paragraph why she is so perfect). They felt real and very close to me, and no like characters created for a show.
It's very difficult to me to feel strong emotions (or any at all) when watching or reading something, and because that I've never been really obssesed with anything, but K-ON! have changed my life, made me feel emotions I've never experienced before. Now I do or think about K-ON! related things everyday.