This episode was refreshing! I like Takeo and Rinko and all, but I could’ve done with a new couple. That’s why I am pretty happy with this episode. It might also be the one thing that was needed to boost their relationship to a new level.
So afro-kun had a crush on one of Rinko’s girlfriends. Well, that was bound to happen. You invite a group of horny teenage boys to go out and play with a group of inexperience teenage girls and what do you get? All sorts of possibilities arise. One of them was the possibility of another couple joining the big picture. Afro-kun, being an idiot, didn’t really do it properly, but he did eventually manage to get the girl he liked. In fact, their relationship is going so fast that they’re already doing better than Takeo and Rinko, which, in my opinion at least, is a bit of a slap in the face.
I believe that this could be the boost that those two needed. Rinko now knows that her friend has already gone further with her boyfriend than she has with Takeo. This should inspire her to do better and perhaps be a little more aggressive. Nothing wrong with stealing a kiss. We’re at the seventeenth episode; I’m done with just holding hands.
I think Rinko has a fair chance. She is bolder than people give her credit for. The problem is Takeo. He still sees Rinko has a pure girl that wouldn’t want to do those things, so he definitely won’t be the one to make the first move. I’m putting all my money on Rinko. I just hope it happens soon. I don’t want to see their first kiss during the last episode. That would be such a boring cliché.Read More
Okay, I finally found something that I dislike about Rinko-chan. It took me a while to find something on her, but I finally have. I’m surprised that it took me this long to be very honest. Normally I would’ve found at least have a dozen things by the time we reach the third episode.
They all decided to go out together and at one point they stopped to get something to eat. I believe it was soup or something like that. Rinko kept blowing and making a ‘just-listen-to-me-blowing-cutely’ sound. She doesn’t like her soup hot, but the way she blew was so incredibly annoying and noisy that it actually caught my attention right away.
I am also surprised that Takeo’s latest admirer tagged along on their little trip. Rinko played it cool and tried to bond with her. And yeah, she realized that she had no chance with Takeo, but I still think that it was a really weird move. I won’t even be surprised if she becomes a regular character now that she’s become friends with everyone.
Anyway, it’s been sixteen weeks and a lot has happened. Every week has been a wonderful adventure, no doubt about it, but I am still waiting for that one episode where Takeo gets to meet Rinko’s parents. I just can’t wait to see their reaction as that enormous guy wants through that door and introduces himself as their daughter’s boyfriend. Their reaction will be priceless and I simply need to know how they will deal with it. Besides, that might just be what they need to give their relationship a little boost. I mean, I don’t want to wait until the very last episode until they give each other a little kiss or something like that. Just make it happen already!Read More
Wow, I did not see this coming! I hate that I still have all these review posts to write and schedule, because I would’ve loved to type a huge Ore Monogatari post this week. Dammit all! I want more time in my days!
It started out perfectly innocent; Takeo was preparing for one of his school events where he helps out the track team in a race. He meets a girl who’s not that good at running and she soon finds out that he is not the scary monster that he appears to be. He is kind, understanding and always ready to help you when you need him.
I never would’ve thought that Takeo would get himself another admirer. I thought Rinko was going to be it. This has become quite interesting. I’ll be looking forward to seeing how Rinko will fight for her man. Takeo may not be super handsome, but he sure is cool, strong, reliable and ever so kind. It was only a matter of time before other girls started to take notice.Read More
A lot of people really waited for this one. I happen to know the manga. I read quite a few chapters of it before I got bored and stopped reading. This should basically be categorized as hentai. It’s the lowest possible class of anime; 99% fan service.
The artwork is alright. The characters all look quite interesting, which is why I started reading it in the first place, but I feel as though they kind of screwed up with the characters’ voices. They don’t sound like I had imagined them.
The story is just one big loop. A group of boys make a mistake and become imprisoned in their own school by a group of cocky girls and later that role gets reserved. There’s no end to it. That’s why I got bored with all that pointless fan service and I eventually stopped reading.
I personally don’t think this. It’s for that reason that I don’t recommend this. It’s a cheap show that focusses more on fan service than overall quality.
Plot Summary: There was a time when the Hachimitsu Private Academy was a revered and elite all-girls’ boarding school on the outskirts of Tokyo but a recent policy revision is allowing boys into the student body. On his first day, Kiyoshi Fujino discovers that he’s one of only five boys enrolled at the school. Completely overwhelmed by the thousands of girls on campus, the few boys find that their situation is less than ideal.Read More
I cannot do this. I just can’t. This is so gay that I just want to scratch my eyes out. I have no problem with homosexuality in general, but I don’t want to watch twenty minutes of boy-love every week. There’s a limit to everything.
But yeah, the story is a huge problem for me. I just can’t deal with this boy-love nonsense. It’s just not or me. It’d be the same as looking at hard-core gay pornography if you ask me.
I will not bother about not recommending this. It got three seasons and all of those season got pretty high ratings. If you don’t mind boy-love stories then I suggest you give it a try.
Plot Summary: College student Misaki Takahashi’s feelings towards famous novelist Akihiko Usami gradually changes with time being living with him, especially when Misaki is becoming a college senior.Read More