So what’s with anime lately?
Girls’ (yes I said girls, cause no realistic depiction of women have been featured) hygene, feminine bodily issues, fluids (you wish) and all that other stuff that make fetish films so popular in Japan are being ported onto my anime screen.
Watching episodes 1 and 2 of this show as well as Mitsudomoe (what the fuck is so “moe” about 3 little whacko kids running amok) has given me one year’s worth of facepalm moments as well as helping me winning 6 months worth the ability of calling “oi oi” moments every 5 seconds or so.
Oh it’s funny alright. It’s just that the classic dirty behaviors that used to be depicted by male characters (boys) and all that are now being demonstrated by female characters. Mitsudomoe is rather gross, so gross that it’s outta whack. TRUST ME.
As for this show, I trust now it’s not a secret that when women are around each other without any man in a group environment, where the girls changed clothing and other feminine accessories, they become their real human selves, act sloppy and sometimes even worse than guys, right? Seen Girl’s High/High School Girls? Yes, that anime/manga is f’ing accurate precisely because the author is a woman who went to a girls’ only high school and went through all that.
Yes, men. It’s now no longer a secret: WOMEN ARE SLOPPY!
The only time they are not is when they get to act all squeaky clean around men and so they get to tell men: “Clean it up!”
Bha ha ha ha ha ha ha – one more page stolen from women’s playbook.
But see, when there are guys around, women get conscious. So when Hikasa Yoko’s Student President speaks all her sexual fantasies as well as her hygene period out a loud, the entire thing ceased from being remotely plausible to out right far-fetched. Of course, unless the main guy is gay. Or with wuz power over 9,000.
Really, guys, do you think ladies would be attracted to guys like that? They’re practically just like women! And women who are gay are not attracted to gay men, as far as I know. OK, severely off topic.
Bottomline: Funny? Yes, it can be. Worth sticking around? Doubtful. Turn off your brain and eat it so you can follow it? I guess why not? XD
By the way, there are too many Hikasa Yoko characters running around. I’ve not given my approval to you, Hikasa Yoko! So don’t call yourself Queen of something of the ’10s! XD
Where’s Kugyu for the real twintail tsundere character???
3 thoughts on “Seitokai Yakuin Domo 1 and 2 – Plenty of facepalms and oi oi to go around”
I think you’re going to have to give in soon and grant your approval to the new queen, Hikasa Youko. Mio might have been an accident, but Hana, Junko, Maya, and Shino prove that she deserves respect as a comic actress.
And comedy is comedy and sense of humor is sense of humor. I personally am finding SeiYaku pretty funny, so far, and the characters all good. It’s a comic-strip, not a story. I just hope that the layers of jokes will add up to coherent evolving characters, in the end. And the good voice-acting goes beyond Hikasa-san: Yahagi Sayuri’s “doooo?” is a classic.
You know, I think I want to watch episodes 1+2 one more time. My issue is that women disseminating their hygene issues on my screen can be a little…intimidating. That said, I did chuckle a few times and once again, I want to rewatch 1 and 2 again.
As for Hikasa Youko…well, she’s no Kugyu and I really don’t like the idea of the crops of seiyuu getting younger and younger all the time. The obvious reason for that is to please them young’uns in Japan but that means seiyuu with far more experience and higher skills get less and less jobs or take a backseat simply because of age. I’ve found seiyuu reach the highest level of their skill at age 30 and beyond. A little bit after that, there voices change a little.
That said. Youko is good with the funnies.
I didn’t know she’s 25! I think I’ll take another look and listen to her. Liked your article on her. ^^
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