The thing about me playing Otomes is I'm always attracted to the tall, dark, enigmatic one. But I am nothing like that and I end up giving them the wrong responses and end up attracting the hyper, cute one (go figure :P)
Simple! Just lose any personality that you have.
Act /very/ dense whenever anyone does anything that might hint to them liking you.
And you have to need constant supervision (because you are just so cute it attracts trouble... he...he -.-), that way the men have no choice but to follow you at all times. Soon enough that are bound to start having feelings for you, right? right? right?
The only one I can think of is Haruhi. Which other ones are you talking about. To be fair, in Kiss Him, Not Me, she an otaku, but then when she loses weight and attracts all the boys (I know, I know -_-) she somehow becomes a personality-free doormat otaku? It's hard to explain.
I've probably watched it start to finish like 6 times. It's definitely my favorite cartoon. I have all of the Legend of Korra too which has it's moments but fails to really capture the heart and fun of the original.
I've not watched Legend of Korra yet. I watched the 1st season but never got into it. I've had had some stuff spoiled to me since my older brother watched it all.
My biggest problem with the 1st season was how Asami was introduced -.-;
Do you think it is really worth watching? I know it's not bad compared to most cartoons, but at the same time it has its problems.
Well if you go in to it with no real expectations it can be a pretty fun show. My biggest problem with TLOK is how they really ruin the lore of the world. They also were somehow able to go from having limited technology to super high tech steampunk in only about 30 years because reasons. You won't ever love the heroes like you do in the original, but if you like a good villain TLOK has some great ones.
Oh yeah, I never grew attached to any of the main 4 in the first season like I did in the original.
Like I said, the way they introduced Asami had me stuck with the idea of her that she was "Majoje's ex with a car" It didn't really make me want to learn more about her like I did when I saw, for example, the episode where Toph first appeared (Illusion Toph, or actual Toph)