Japanese slang for one who is not nice and gets pissed off easily on the outside, but deep in the inside, is nice, caring, and gentle at all costs to the main character. It is usually used in anime/manga. The tsundere character usually shows his/her tsundere-ness in the later episodes/volumes/chapters.
Irate Gamer, or IG for short, is a complete rip-off of the AVGN. IG uses profanity, destroys video games, and used some of AVGN's jokes. Plus, the pair reviews bad games too, but IG reviews good games, too. Still, the IG is a rip-off of the AVGN.
Person 1: Hey, you wanna watch the Indiana Jones video by Irate Gamer again?
Person 2: No thanks! I'd rather dip my head in a bowl of poo!
AVGN, or The Angry Video Game Nerd, or James Rolf, formally known as the Angry Nintendo Nerd, has reviewed the most worst retro games in the world. He is known for his angry nerd face, and of course reviewing the worst retro games in the world. He uses so much profanity in his reviews, that he gets to the point he makes up words, usually with the word fuck. He has a web site, cinemasscre, with good stuff.
Person 1: Hey, have you watched the new episode of AVGN?
Person 2: Yeah, it's good.
Person 1: I agree.
An extremely awesome music-making software. It has countless characters to choose from with different voices. They sing best with Japanese, probably because their origins come from Nico Nico Douga. The pack includes some that aren't Vocaloids but still are included, like Kasane Teto, and remade Miku Hatsune's, like Haku, Teto, and Neru.
Vocaloid is a well-known Japanese meme, probably because of their uniqueness, their ability to sing anything, even English songs.
Vocaloid is a software that you have to pay and know Japanese kanji. The yen/dollars needed to buy the software is very expensive.
My favorite song that is sung by Vocaloid is Triple Baka, which is sung by Miku Hatsune, Teto Kasane, and Neru.
Yaoi is a popular term for female-oriented fictional media that focus on homoerotic or homoromantic male relationships, usually created by female authors. Originally referring to a specific type of dōjinshi parody of mainstream anime and manga works, yaoi came to be used as a generic term for female-oriented manga, anime, dating sims, novels and dōjinshi featuring homosexual male relationships.
Yaoi began in the dōjinshi markets of Japan in the late 1970s/early 1980s as an outgrowth of shonen-ai. BL (Boys Love, another term for yaoi) creators and fans are careful to distinguish the genre from “gay manga,” which are created by and for gay men.
The main characters in BL usually conform to the formula of the seme who pursues the uke.
James Rolfe/James Rolf. The name is often shortened by the AVGN or even The Nerd. He is formally known as the Angry Nintendo Nerd. He plays the most shittest games in mankind and uses the most absurd amount of profanity. He loves (surprisingly) the Contra series and the Street Fighter series. He reviews shitty games, and only shitty games, and may even get to the point where he shits on the cartridge/and/or destroys it in a way. The theme song is played by an amazing guitarist named Kyle Justin.
I'll never get tired watching the Angry Video Game Nerd's videos!