If you have a good sense of humor, and you've just binged watched all 600 episodes of Naruto and Naruto: Shippuden, and need a new anime to watch, this site is for you.

How much it costs: You can create an account for free, but a full membership is needed to communicate with other members.

Premium membership is as low as .95 a month for those with recurring memberships, i.e. Also, be aware of the fact that your membership automatically renews unless you cancel it.

There are many spam users, and members who are just pretending to be geeky.

The other downside is it's not as simple as pressing a button to change your membership or cancel.

If you are part of the LGBT community, in an open relationship, etc, this website offers many different options.

How much it cost: Like with most sites, basic membership is free, which allows one to browse members, and respond to messages sent to them, but does not allow one to initiate contact.

Otaku is technically a derogatory word for nerds in Japan, but American lovers of anime and manga have proudly embraced the title.

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