Challenges · The Salty Anime Challenge

The Salty Anime Challenge Day 23: So, how did you find this challenge and what is one last thing that you’d like to be salty about?

The final day of the salty challenge has arrived. First I would like to thank FuelS for creating this challenge. It was refreshing to look for what I don’t like in anime, especially considering the fact that I created this blog for the distinct purpose of presenting the anime that I think are great and worth watching. I would also like to say that I’ve was happy to have such an in-depth conversation with the larger anime community.

I enjoyed reading FiddleTwix‘s salty challenge and would recommend everyone who hasn’t read it, also check out Wanimu challenge. I would also say that this challenge has helped me do the one thing I have failed to do, write daily. While writing a post every day isn’t really necessary, writing more than one a week is good. Hopefully, I will be able to keep up this good habit.

I recommend this challenge to everyone, If you gonna give it try let me know so I can follow. Thank you to everyone that commented.


  1. Still salty about moe to be honest. 95% of moe is trash. And salty about 90% of anime opening and ending songs, which are techno-trash pop songs sung by girls with high pitched voice. It’s been like that for 10 years now, what the hell is all that about? Does no one like a non-autotuned decent alto voice anymore?

  2. (((o(*゚▽゚*)o)))

    Congrats on finishing the challenge and thank you for taking part. I enjoyed reading your answers and discovering new animes. Even though this is a salty anime challenge about animes you didn’t like (for the most part), it seems like those who finish it tend to feel refreshed and appreciative more than anything else.

    I was worried that some would view this challenge as a bashing anime one, but I’m glad to see how it actual turned out so thank you, once again, for taking part. 🙂

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