Why I gave Kamen no Maido Guy a try all the way to the end without regretting it. Series Review

I just finished ep 12 and I must say, for me it never got old as in the “last” episode, he once again proved his God-like power and he won rather easily.

I watched this show because the premise sounded very funny – a muscle guy dressed in a maid uniform and serves a teenage girl (oh and her brother) without being considerate of her at all.

That sounded delicious.

When I watched episode 1, the absolute intrusiveness of Maido Guy into Fujiwara Naika’s life was deliciously fun for an Otaku like me. A boy without a girlfriend would be supremely curious of a teenage girl’s life (read: her cloth hygiene), trust me.

Then, every episode, the Kogarashi (the Maid Guy) proceed to smash the boundaries of his teenage girl master’s privacy, intruding and messing up everything while being utterly proud of it, and yet being powerful, he proceeds to fend off each crisis every time with godly skills and his unique personality.

He’s just a beast. Awesome.

The other maid, Fubuki, tries to restrain him with a nailed bat every time, but he always gets to service (read: damage) in before being restrained. It’s always super fun without the consequences. Or rather, chaos is the consequence.

What? You like brainy laughs? Then why the fuck are you reading this? This is for people who don’t wanna think when laughing! Get off! Or let the maid guy serve you (disregard however you’d like to be served!!!)

Mwa ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!! How about a panda dessert? How about tackling 34 sense of the maid guy? How about let a big muscle dude check if your bra and panties are nice and clean? How about letting him clean your underwear? How about letting him making your stalker seeing the secret garden of the fishmonger???

I died laughing too many times to count.

My verdict? It’s 100% laughing goodness for your daily anime diet if you don’t give a flying fuck about making enough sense of it all. Hell, this world doesn’t even make enough sense.

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