Do you usually skip the Opening/Ending songs of an anime series?
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    I always watch the openings/endings the first time around, then if its one I like I tend to watch it again and again if its not then I don't. Although even if I like it if its a tense ending to the last episode I will skip out of impatience to find out what happens. I have a couple of openings/endings I really like such as the ones for "Food Wars", "Parasyte" and "One Piece".

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    Depends on the style. If it's J-rock or even some J-pop I'll usually let it play through, but I can't stand the rap. The engRish can be a bit cringe, too, so I tend to skip when they use a lot.

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    I'll watch it on the second episode. I find they usually have spoiler-ish scenes in them, so I skip it on the first episode.
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    I tend to watch them both the first time and then skip it after that every time. The style of an anime is something I look at a lot, and if its got a funky style that I don't like, I won't tend to watch it (with only a few exceptions if I hear its really good). And the opening especially is a good place to get an idea if I'd like it.

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    It really depends. I watch op and en songs if they are nice and os catchy. However if I am in a rush to finding out what the episode is about, I'd skip it. :3

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    I normally don't because more often than not, one could gauge the quality of the anime with their opening themes as well though not all the time.. ^_^

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    Mostly YES. I love watching action-packed anime and most of the time the opening song gives you a glimpse of what is bound to happen which is basically a spoiler. It makes the story more predictable losing some of its entertaining factor for me. This honed my estimation skills though where i know where the start of the episode after the OP is with a single click :> . (One piece is a huge exemption because i love it hahaha) But it's different if it's a rewatch or an on-going gem (like one piece) where i like to savour every episode.
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    Like most of the folk replying to this, I only watch the op/ending once then skip it after. I like to watch them at least once to see if they have any info in them I might want to know about the show. If they change them up I'll watch the new one for the same reason.
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