This certainly turned out a lot better than I had expected. I might actually have enjoyed the first episode a bit too much, does that make me weird? Oh, why bother, the whole world knows that I’m as weird as it gets.
I’m surprised by the artwork, actually. I read the plot summary and a few other related articles about this show, so I had an entirely different impression. I thought they were going to cut a lot of corners with this being one of those ridiculous comedies, but no… It was actually quite nice.
I was really skeptical about the story, too. I wasn’t sure if a story about a boy with a mental condition was going to be worth watching. I certainly didn’t know that there were going to be times where I almost laughed my lungs out.
I do recommend this. It’s funny, it promises to be romantic and it’s like one of the thousands of other anime that follows the lives of high school students. So yeah, give it a fair chance.
Plot Summary: The story centers around Kanade Amakusa, a boy cursed with the mental power of “absolute multiple-choice”—a multiple-choice quiz will suddenly appear in his mind, and the choice he makes will become his reality. For example, he would have to choose between going nude from the waist up or the waist down in school. While in school, he is given another choice: 1) A beautiful girl will fall before him or 2) he will fall from the rooftop in female clothes. He chooses option 1, and a blonde girl named Chocolat falls before him.