Yes, I am still posting bad puns. Shoot me :-P
It's a genre of anime where a person, usually from modern times, is transported into a fantasy setting or into the past.I keep seeing the term "Isekai'd" and I have no clue what it means. Some anime bullshit or something?
The new trend is overworking one's self to death or at least it is this season. Truck-kun was kinder.In anime context though, "getting isekai'd" is what happens to the protagonist to send them from their home to wherever the story takes place, and 9 times out of 10 it's to a fantasy sword-and-sorcery world. (And half the time it seems getting isekai'd happens by way of getting hit by a truck and being reincarnated in the alternate world)
My favorite will always be Konosuba, where Kazuma gets isekai'd by trying to save a girl from being hit by a truck that wasn't actually a truck at all (it was a farm tractor) and wasn't going to hit her in the first place (being a farm tractor, it was going maybe 2mph), and ended up shoving the girl into the ditch for no reason and then having a heart attack and pissing himself as he died because he thought he was about to be hit by the same "truck."The new trend is overworking one's self to death or at least it is this season. Truck-kun was kinder.
Found a better picture of it, ostensibly at the creator/distributor's website"...those aren't tacos!"
I can't quite make out what it says on the palm side of the knucks, but it almost looks like "Jesus A Thot."