Various tattoos cover his arms, and a sun tattoo covers his entire left pectoral region.
At first glance, his kakugan is always activated, but in response to Haise Sasaki's inquiry, he claims that these are scleral tattoos, i.e., black ink was injected into his eyes.
Campus dating websites mean students are no longer forced to get out of their comfort zones and interact with people around them.
In fact, so few people are striking up conversations with strangers that you’re now seen as creepy and desperate if you do. Instead of spending all day reviewing pictures of potential partners in our bedrooms, why not introduce ourselves in the pub, at a hockey game, or to the person sitting beside us in the library?
Only 15 per cent of married people met their spouses on campus, according to a 2004 study. Before 1955, 40 per cent of female college graduates had met their husband at school. In a time without cell phones, text messaging, and e-mail—let alone dating websites—university students easily found love Now, campus dating websites are popping up at universities all across Canada—from UTODating at the University of Toronto, Connections on Campus at Alberta to Mc Gill Date—and they’re supposed to make things easier.
In my opinion, the websites actually make it harder to find a long-term partner.
He is known as No Face (ノーフェイス, Nō Feisu) to the CCG investigators.