Goodbye from us all here

Dear loyal readers,

Over the past almost 4 years that we have been here at One Centimeter of Happiness we have built a base of loyal readers. However due to changes in our lives we have been unable to continue to contribute in the same way as we have before.

This has lead us to take the decision to close One Centimeter of Happiness. Over the next few days Sora-Kun will begin to archive all the posts that we have lovingly made and comments our dear readers have been kind enough to make. This will ensure that even though we will no longer be around, nothing has been lost.

If you are interested in any of the posts that have been made, you can contact Sora-Kun on his tumblr and he will happily send it to you.

However Rice Bunny now has a blog on tumblr, you can follow her here:
Sora-Kun also has a blog on tumblr, you can follow him here:

So finally,

From all of us here at One Centimeter of Happiness,

Rice Bunny, Sora-Kun, Thaivu & Starangel

We say goodbye.

Update Thingy…

Okay, Sora-Kun & Rice Bunny are very very sorry for their lack of updating over the last year but we have been very busy with other things… college, sleep, food, facebok, more college, facebook, food and sleep but we have kind of moved ourselfs over to tumblr for a while and we might move One Centimeter of Happiness over to tumblr or have both a Tumbleog & a WordPress blog

But here are our tumbleogs mostly posts based on anime or manga and other pretty things in life

& Mostly posts based on different musical artists, slice of my life & other day to day things


Thanks for reading.

Sora-Kun & Rice Bunny

Happy 18th Birthday To The One & Only Rice Bunny (:

Merry Christmas

All of us here at One Centimeter of Happiness would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our faithful readers a very Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year (:

From Sora-Kun, Rice Bunny, Thaivu & Mitsuki-Chan


P.S.  One Centimeter of Happiness should become a bit more active next year all things being well (:


Manga Review ~ Kaichou wa Maid-sama

Kaichou wa Maid-sama

by Fujiwara Hiro

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance, School Life, Shoujo
Type: Manga
Volumes: Twelve
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Ongoing
Once an all boys school, Seika High, a renowned school full of reckless and filthy students, has recently become a co-ed school. However, with the female population still remaining a minority even after the change over the recent years, Ayuzawa Misaki takes it into her own hands to reform the school and allow a chance for the girls to feel safer in the rough environment.Training, studying and even becoming the first female student council president of the school, Misaki has gained a reputation, among the male students body as an uptight boy-hating demon dictator and as a shining hope for the teachers and fellow female students. However, despite her tough-as-nails appearance, she secretly works part-time at a maid cafe in order to support her family. Unfortunately, her secret is soon revealed when the somewhat impassive Usui Takumi, a popular boy at school, nonchalantly discovers her in a maid uniform after school.
Mitsuki-chan’s Comments, Thoughts, & Rating:
When my friend first recommended this manga to me, I was like, “Maid?! As in black, white, and lace maid? The kind that serves people and says ‘Master’ all the time?” At first I didn’t believe that a manga with this kind of plot would be that good, but boy was I wrong. 
At first, the main characters seem extremely perfect, unbelievable, and completely fitting to the mold of “Mary Sue/Gary Stu”. You realize from the moment that you meet Usui that he’ll be the one she’s paired with. Misaki, like most other shoujo female main protagonists, is so ignorant to love that I sometimes want to shake my laptop and yell at the displayed manga page. Although, like any other girl, I fell in love with Usui’s perfectness, good looks, and once-in-a-while lovey-dovey lines. But as the manga goes on, the characters grow with it. You start to see the two main characters, Misaki and Usui, mature. There are also many challenges all the characters have to face that the plot wouldn’t make you think they’s have to face. (Usui’s secret past, for instance.)
The plot is extremely funny and amusing in the beginning. I mean, the strict female student council president going to a school where almost 90% of the students are guys who seems to hate guys actually serves them in a maid costume? Who wouldn’t want to read it! But as it goes on, everything becomes serious and you get caught up in the web of connections between the characters. There are still super funny moments, yes, but as the characters grow together and begin to realize their feelings, everything just reaches a new level of pure awesomeness.
I absolutely love this manga, its characters, and it’s out-of-the-box yet somehow clichéd plot. This is for someone looking for a cute romance with a deep plot. (It doesn’t appear so at first, so just bear with the fluff until later.) I’ll give it a 9/10 mostly because a perfect manga is impossible, and I’m completely obsessed with it now.

Melancholy Austronautic Man

Okay, I know its not Anime or Manga, but this video is made by using a different type of animation so it kinda counts really.

Sora-Kun and Rice Bunny really love this song, its such a infections song.
Allie Moss – Melancholy Astronautic Man

Staff Needed!!!! :D


Do you have a wordpress account?
Do you read alot of manga or watch alot of anime?
Do you enjoy writing reviews?
Do you have experience with Adobe Flash, Adobe Photoshop and Sony Vegas Pro
Well, One centimeter of happiness is currently looking for:
Manga reviewers…
Anime reviewers…
Graphic artists (to make some lovely banners etc.)…
and, contributers with new ideas xD

If you are interested please leave a comment below and let us know (:
Thank you very much…

– Ricebunny and Sora-Kun
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