3 definitions by Alex Canton

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"The Game" is the epitome of teenagers being teenagers.

The game is where you try not to think about the game. If you think about the game, you lose the game. When you have lost the game you have to announce that you lost the game (although, I think , 99% of people who play don't say when they have lost). If some one says that they have lost the game within your hearing, its okay, you haven't lost. When some one else loses the game there is a thirty minute grace period for you to stop thinking about the game.

Make sense? No? oops.
Damn, I totally just lost the Game.
by Alex Canton May 05, 2007
The hit anime show created by Rumiko Takahashi. Set in Japan during the feudal era, the main characters are a half demon (Inuyasha) and a girl from present day Japan (Kagome). Long story short, a magical jewel gets broken and they (and friends they pick up along the way) have to find all the pieces.

Over all, the show has a very good premise, art, and general plot (I like it anyway). But Takahashi puts in far too many filler episodes and the plot at several places becomes stagnent and does not move forward, at all. (just like her other hit show, Ranma 1/2).
The last Anime episode ends with the main characters pretty much in the same position as they started out, and leaves the watchers going "what the HELL is this?"

(my suggestion: watch until your brain just can't handle anymore plot speed bumps and you simply can't see your beloved characters squandered. Then go online, and find the crazy amount of fan sites. If your a perv, I bet you are, you'll find lots of Inuyasha NC 17 stories and porn to satisfy you)
I quit watching Inuyasha after epi. 128, so now I read smutty Inuyasha fan fiction)
by Alex Canton May 05, 2007
The hit anime show created by Rumiko Takahashi. Set in Japan during the feudal era, the main characters are a half demon (Inuyasha) and a girl from present day Japan (Kagome). Long story short, a magical jewel gets broken and they (and friends they pick up along the way) have to find all the pieces.

Over all, the show has a very good premise, art, and general plot (I like it anyway). But Takahashi puts in far too many filler episodes and the plot at several places becomes stagnent and does not move forward, at all. (just like her other hit show, Ranma 1/2).
The last Anime episode ends with the main characters pretty much in the same position as they started out, and leaves the watchers going "what the HELL is this?"

(my suggestion: watch until your brain just can't handle anymore plot speed bumps and you simply can't see your beloved characters squandered. Then go online, and find the crazy amount of fan sites. If your a perv, I bet you are, you'll find lots of Inuyasha NC 17 stories and porn to satisfy you)
I quit watching Inuyasha after epi. 128, so now I read smutty Inuyasha fan fiction)
by Alex Canton June 11, 2007

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