This is your child before and after one year of exposure to a new street drug knows as “The Animes.” Police forces are still researching the sources of this substance, but it is known to be very addictive and its side effects are nearly irreversible.
Signs that your child may be under the influence of “The Animes” include:
- making an account on deviantART.com - While it appears innocent, this website is actually a black market for different types of “The Animes.” It contains the highest concentration of animes abusers worldwide.
- changing their typing habits - If your Honors student starts typing sentences that substitute “teh” for “the” or uses asterisks for actions (i.e., *noms on you XD*) or starts adding -chan to the end of names, “The Animes” have most likely gotten to a near-irreversible state that requires years of therapy.
- a sudden interest in Top Ramen - In it’s early stages, your child or loved one may request to eat instant ramen noodles up to a few times a week. At this stage, it is still possible to fix some of the damage “The Animes” have caused. However, if they begin using chopsticks with every meal, you may have no choice but to lock them in their room and confiscate all Hot Topic products.
For more information on how to protect your child from the evils of “The Animes,” please visit www.theanimesawarenessfoundation.org or call us toll free at 1-800-HOT-YAOIZ
95% of you won’t want this on your blog. Reblog if you’re the 5% who care about the victims of The Animes.
I’m not afraid to admit… I was once under the influence of The Animes. Please reblog this so people can learn to live barely active, nearly healthy lives again, like me.
Rebloging because I’ve lost two friends to “the Animes”… *one single tear falls*
I am currently under teh influence of Teh Animes ;-;. It ish tough, yes. I am trying to find halp. Mah warning is simple, DUN DO TEH ANIMES!!!1! DX
I’ve been under treatment for a year and I can sufficiently say that watwashi ka kawaii desu~ minna-san!!! I’m improving… *looks away into the distance, bearing all of the pain and hardship of this past year*