All is see is a world of adorable, and I can't stay for I don't belong is such a world. I get pulled and drugged out from it, I just want to stay a little longer... even if it's killing me. Killing me with heart stopping beauty.
Etymology Japanese キリ番 (kiriban) from 切りのいい番 (kiri no ii ban) - "a number which is a good place to stop", "a round number".
kiriban (plural: kiriban or kiribans)
1. A milestone; an interesting number displayed on a web counter, such as 10000, 22222, etc.; particularly, one selected by the website owner for the purpose of giving a prize to whoever reaches it. 2. A gift or prize given to one who reaches such a milestone. 3. The system of giving gifts to those who reach web count milestones.
Hey, it's okay. You were only curious, and Google-searching it was no problem for me. I saved you a bit of trouble I hope. And any more curious people will see it here, saving them some searching as well, right?
A Kiriban is when a person celebrates getting a certain number of page views by doing a free request for the first person to send them a screenshot of their gallery with that particular number displayed, usually it's announced well in advance and the prizes can range from simple sketches to scuptures and plush toys, depending on what the host of the Kiriban specialises in