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Kufufu~ Hell just broke loose...

Oya, oya~

10 January
I <3 Hot anime guys~

Things I like in a friend:

♥Likes me for who I am.
♥Choco Luver~!!
♥Playful but serious is okay too~
♥Doesn't criticize others or myself~
♥Fun to be around
♥Always there when I need her / him.
♥Keeps secrets~
♥Doesn't mind my obsession with yaoi <--important!!
♥We have to have something in common!
♥Doesn't diss me or ANY of my other friends!!
♥If you hurt any of my friends or me ..... your done for, Kamikorousu!!

My Friends call me:
Ryuu-chan or Ryuu-chi
I prefer Ryuu-chi
XD Chome Chome!!!

My Favorite CMs :

One Piece

Kateikyoshi Hitman Reborn



Kyou Kara Maou!

Intro to Shōnen Jump (週刊少年ジャンプ) :

Weekly Shōnen Jump (週刊少年ジャンプ) is a weekly shōnen manga anthology published in Japan by Shueisha under the Jump line of magazines. The first issue was released with a cover date of July 2, 1968, and it is still circulating. One of the longest-running manga magazines in Japan, it has a circulation of 2.7 million readers. The chapters of series that run in Weekly Shōnen Jump are collected and published in tankōbon volumes under the "Jump Comics" imprint every two to three months. The magazine targets young male readers.
Weekly Shōnen Jump has a sister magazine called Jump Square, created after the fall of Monthly Shōnen Jump.
Weekly Shōnen Jump was launched by Shueisha on July 2, 1968 to compete with the already-successful Weekly Shōnen Magazine and Weekly Shōnen Sunday.The Weekly Shōnen Jump's sister publication was a manga magazine called Shōnen Book, which was originally a male version of the short-lived Shōjo manga antology Shōjo Book.At this time Weekly Shōnen Jump was originally called Shōnen Jump (as it was originally a semi-weekly magazine) before issue 20, 1969 when Shōnen Book ceased publication.Shōnen Jump was named correctly Weekly Shōnen Jump and became a weekly magazine.When Shōnen Book ceased publication, a new monthly magazine called Bessatsu Shōnen Jump was made to take it's place. Bessatsu Shōnen Jump was soon to be the now-defunct Monthly Shōnen Jump. Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden, released in 1988 for the Family Computer was produced to commemorate the magazine's 20th anniversary. It was followed by a sequel: Famicom Jump II: Saikyō no Shichinin in 1991, also for the Family Computer. At its highest point in the mid 1990s, Weekly Shōnen Jump had a regular circulation of over 6 million. In the last few years, its circulation is about three million. In 2000 two more games were commemorating the magazine's anniversaries. A crossover fighting game titled Jump Super Stars was released for the Nintendo DS in 2005. It was followed by Jump Ultimate Stars in 2006.


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