Master of Romance 2. Source: Tonari No Kaibutsu-kun episode 6.. tag
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#2 - darkor
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(04/21/2013) [-]
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#3 - makotoitou
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#6 to #3 - anon
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and what's this from if i may ask?
#7 to #6 - makotoitou
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(04/21/2013) [-]
School Days
#39 to #3 - hentaiacc
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Source?
#60 to #39 - makotoitou
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(04/22/2013) [-]
School Days
#4 to #3 - animedudej ONLINE
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Doesn't go to class... GETS LAID

goes to class... STILL GETS PUSSY!
#5 to #4 - makotoitou
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#26 to #3 - demjimmies
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(04/22/2013) [-]
The only harem character who had the balls to bang everyone in his harem group.

Funny outcome though.
#30 to #26 - makotoitou
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Balls of steel.
#52 to #26 - cozer
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Yeah it was really funny how that turned out, literally the most unexpected thing to happen in any anime i've watched.
#1 - ravemouse
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Straight to the point
#31 - iamallthatisman
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#35 to #31 - anonymousditto
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(04/22/2013) [-]
I'll refer all of those with the urge to watch this here www.youtube.com/watch?v=NV3GiHN1x2Y
#29 - demjimmies
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Makoto the true master of romance...

Heuheuheu
#42 to #29 - ebosh
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They made him so ******* dence though!
#49 to #42 - chaosnazo
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(04/22/2013) [-]
And dead
#59 to #49 - ebosh
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(04/22/2013) [-]
It got really dark the last few episodes.
#41 to #29 - jerbuta
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man of honor
#8 - fireworkmuffins
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#9 to #8 - PartyPanda
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Y u poop banans?
#10 to #9 - fireworkmuffins
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#48 - lobsternewburg
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(04/22/2013) [-]
anime is for homos
#55 to #48 - mrsexsymbol
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(04/22/2013) [-]
lobsters are for homos


... ffffffagot
#56 to #55 - lobsternewburg
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(04/22/2013) [-]
wow that was uncalled for
#57 to #56 - mrsexsymbol
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stfu lobster
#33 - anon
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Anime is for faggots.
#50 to #33 - europe
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#53 to #33 - siriuslygrim
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#47 to #33 - redneckhokage
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and how does that make you feel
#25 - drewbridge
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#18 - etfhan
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Can I get some ideas for new shows to watch? I want something conclusive (pretty much throws out harem) , romcom, no magic or scifi , just normal life, seinen preferably. I like the plotlines of shoujo but they are too female oriented for me. I want something like toradora or mayochiki (but with a conclusive ending), lovely complex but through a more guy-oriented view, or like amagami ss. So I want something where the guy does actually get the girl, and it shows it.
#20 to #18 - astriatus
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Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo. You've placed a tall order, but this one pulls through on all accounts. Allow me to explain.

Having ended in early 2013, The Pet Girl of Sakurasou (English title) is a refreshing take on the romantic comedy/slice of life genre. By making effective use of an incomparably colorful cast and a level of wit in writing that I hadn't seen since Spice and Wolf, the show tames the incredulity of love triangles into something that is wholly believable, and, consequently, extremely enjoyable.

It is objectively aware of its audience, and many of its underlying themes—personal disparities, selfish projections, and the intimidating nature of adulthood for example—will likely resonate with you heavily. More impressive, however, is its excellent use of one of the most influential and underused tools that the medium has at its disposal: scarcity. By depicting characters believably and consistently, the plot places a valuable and necessary emphasis on the divisive, tense, and heartbreaking. Witnessing deep emotion from an otherwise stoic character will seem to stop time. Similarly, a heretofore upbeat character reacting in bleak desperation will reinforce the importance of that moment.

And, lucky for you, the story is told from the point of the, for lack of a better word, lucky bastard of the anime.

Oh, and the animation is absolutely gorgeous. I'd put it on-par with Sword Art Online.

I'll reply again to explain the plot SPOILER-FREE.
#21 to #18 - astriatus
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Kanda Sorata, the veritable protagonist of the anime, is forced to take up residence in the "delinquent" dorms of Sakurasou, a school of the Arts. Shortly after the show begins—though quite a while after Kanda's initial move—the dorms get a new resident: Mashiro Shiina. Mashiro is an artist from England, come to Japan to study Manga. However, interestingly enough, she is also completely incapable of taking care of herself.

With that said, you should know that Mashiro is not stupid, nor is she a privileged princess who can't get by without her servants. No, she's a different kind of helpless; she simply doesn't consider most daily activities important. Paying for a snack before eating it? Why would one do that? Avoiding implicit and provocative wording in conversation (and in public)? A needless bother. Putting on underwear—or clothes, for that matter—in the morning? What a waste of time. (The show is PG-13 by the way, with no Ecchi to be had.) She is completely and utterly tunnel-visioned by her artistic aspirations, and excludes everything else from her life.

Luckily, Kanda has, to his own dismay, been appointed with the task of caring for her. Though he already has his hands full with the other residents of Sakurasou Hall—a reclusive programmer, an animation prodigy who is all but certifiably insane, and a womanizing writer, to name a few—he must now mind and mentor the blonde beauty, Mashiro.

However, the initial burden of picking up after the erratic artist quickly proves to be far more. Stoic, blunt, infantile, beautiful, and positively brilliant, Mashiro is more than your average foreign-exchange student. And, certainly, much more than your average artist.

More notes from me:

The premise is comedy gold, and the writers cash in big time. The characters are brilliant, the story is enthralling, and the show's foray into the manga, anime, and video game industries is genuinely interesting.
#23 to #21 - yusay
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Are you saying Sakurasou is good?
#27 to #23 - astriatus
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"The premise is comedy gold, and the writers cash in big time. The characters are brilliant, the story is enthralling, and the show's foray into the manga, anime, and video game industries is genuinely interesting."


"Is it good?"

wut.
#28 to #27 - yusay
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I can't tell, because you literally seem to be praising a show I found to be awful.
#40 to #28 - astriatus
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Yes, I liked it qute a bit. It clocks in at #2 of my Top 5 anime. And now I'm curious; What didn't you like about it?
#58 to #40 - yusay
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I liked the comedy for the first cour. That was it's strong point. Then it got into one of the worst romances I have seen in my life. They confessed their love to each other at least three times in the show and each time they completely forgot about it the next episode. Shiina was one of the worst love interests I've seen in my life. Sorata went from being somewhat relateable to just being an idiotic MC. The writer had some kind of hatred for Nanami. Many of the characters were stereotypical and in a love story that does not work at all.
#22 to #21 - astriatus
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In hindsight, maybe a bit of Ecchi. A bit. A smidgen. Just a dash.
#34 to #18 - drunkjedifromanime
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Kimi ni Todoke is something similar to lovely complex
#44 to #18 - anon
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Kimikiss Pure Rouge is like straight Romance/Slice of Life. About 25 episodes long. But TWO MAIN CHARACTERS aka two seperate love triangles going on. Both end conclusively and how you would expect. Pretty good watch. Not the best, but I enjoyed it.
#61 to #44 - etfhan
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(04/23/2013) [-]
I enjoyed it. But Mao looked like a monkey to me. I actually just finished watching KoiChoco, and it was really good. I wish it had a little more closure, but it was fine since (spoiler) they do kiss and sorta confess, and the plot was actually pretty solid, so thumbs up!

But now I feel bad because I just realized that I watched an entire 12-episode anime in literally less than a day! Haven't done that in 2 years and I feel a bit pathetic :(
#51 to #18 - europe
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(04/22/2013) [-]
Currently watching Kenshin, it's pretty cool so far
#62 to #18 - etfhan
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*read my comment on kimikiss* One thing I just realized... I don't like some fool for a main character. He need story be "cool" to a degree. Counter-example to this is the lead of sora no otoshimono. I like some lightheartedness, but it needs to maintain an overall serious feel. Anyone agree?
#32 to #18 - somniumecstasi
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(04/22/2013) [-]
boku no pico
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