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Cute girls and Tanks... what else could be the reasons? A somewhat odd combination I agree, but I've heard worse.
I really don't get why people eat up all of those items-anthropomorphized-as-cute-girls series. Oddly enough, the only thing like that I ever had any interest in was Hetalia, which is primarily intended for female fans to write slashfic about.
Plenty of that, though none as uh...filled with just innuendo and not actually explicit scenes.Well uh...I've never really done recommendations before but in said genre I can say I found these ones similar and really liked them:Seitokai no Ichizon (second season of this is airing soon! /excite)Yuru Yuri (second season just finished! /cry)your mileage may vary, much less crude jokes, so possibly much less funny (or just funny in a different way).
Like cute girls and heli-legs.
FreeSpace fighter musume when??
Quote from: FireSpawn on October 12, 2012, 06:46:16 amLike cute girls and heli-legs. Actually that's not worse, it's better. Strike Witches was/is great.
Quote from: Gortef on October 14, 2012, 08:56:57 amQuote from: FireSpawn on October 12, 2012, 06:46:16 amLike cute girls and heli-legs. Actually that's not worse, it's better. Strike Witches was/is great. If you enjoy prepubescent female crotch shots, I suppose.
Mean something like this?Hercules_mk2_Musume.JPG
Thanks, I'll check those out, do you know any more that are like School Rumble?
Not sure if I'll watch the second season or not.
Quote from: Gortef on October 14, 2012, 09:57:49 amMean something like this?Hercules_mk2_Musume.JPGBahahahaha! Yeah, more or less.
If you're watching (or playing) something made by Key, you have to kind of expect that.
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