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For many Sansei who grew up and attended college in Southern California at universities like UCLA and USC, Asian fraternities and sororities were the best way to meet and intermingle.
As you sit by yourself in the middle of the forest like the lonely otaku you are, you wonder to yourself which of the Demon Slayer characters would be the best individuals to camp with. You begin to ponder and imagine, but alas your best boy and/or girl is clouding your reasoning. Luckily, you have me to tell you which characters would provide the best camping experience.
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