Previous Poll Results: Question: What kind of character do you prefer to read about? Choices: Someone that's just like me - votes: 1396 (11.6%) A person that shares just a few traits with me - votes: 2855 (23.8%) Characters that are nothing like me - votes: 1019 (8.5%) No preference - votes: 6741 (56.1%) There were 12011 total votes. The poll ended: September 1st 2012
"Someone I like to be" should've been a choice. My bad.
how do I like my manga as in manga that I write or manga that I read? ugh like the person above it's hard to decide because it's not fixed ya know sometimes I want to read 'hot and steamy' other times I'd like to read sweet and heartfelt. And it applies to other choices as well. ya know.
... Why is it like foods? I don't know how to answer this either. I like certain manga depending on how I feel usually. I can't say I'll always like the same. I like one that makes me ponder, I guess, but I don't always like a mindfucking. What manga would fall under each category, like "hard and blunt," because that sounds like yaoi Lot's of manga have some of each and just the right amount while others have way too much of a certain choice. I don't like "hot and steamy" for sure because I dislike hentai and ecchi manga if that's what they mean by it. Romance can fall under a lot of these choices. This is a poll where you judge what the manga is like despite what others may think. This is a strange, strange poll. Running out of ideas, hm?
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Sweet and heartfelt. It's like a medicine for me since I get stressed out so easily. Things like chapter 71 of Kimi Ni Todoke really make me feel better for a while and help me to take my mind off situations that stress me out to the point I feel actual pain in my chest. I worry too much. Social anxiety. lol
I feel like the poll creator must have been reading the Book Girl light novel series by NOMURA Mizuki--these are exactly the sorts of things the female protagonist might say about her reading/eating matter (except much less specific).
(Worthwhile series, by the way, but oh, the melodrama!)