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Ten-year-old genius Chiyo, animal-loving Sakaki, loudmouth Tomo, athletic Kagura, weight-conscious Yomi and dim-witted Osaka are six friends who share laughs, good times, and a high school homeroom. With scary (and sometimes perverted) teachers, school festivals, penguin suits and general hilarity abounding, you can be sure that there's never a dull day in the life of one of these students!
If you're looking for another random school girl comedy, but one with actual humor and wit, check out Azumanga Daioh. It's not as over the top slapstick and doesn't involve otaku culture, but it's far superior in basically every way.
School girls, comedy, episodic content and some completely and utterly random situations. Both of 'em in a nutshell and while Azumanga Daioh is complimented by a great secondary cast that actually steal the show from time to time. Ai Mai Mii only has it's main cast, and half of them are tolerable. Azumanga is the superior of the two and going from Azumanga to Ai Mai Mii is only asking for trouble.
If you enjoyed the random schoolgirl comedy in Ai Mai Mii then you should enjoy the vastly superior Azumanga Daioh. The latter is better in every single way possible, with a better main cast, a much better secondary cast, funnier comedy and better interactions between characters.
Both Azumanga and AiMaiMii are over-the-top comedies featuring a cast of schoolgirls and their daily lives. Both are considerably random, with almost everything imaginable happening during their run times. However, it can be said that Azumanga is the better of the two.
Both these are random and very lighthearted series. There is no real storyline in either but like I said are still very random. both are sset mainly in a school and have some weird elements which may be a bit confusing. So any way I think if you like Ai Mai Mii you should like Azumanga Daioh (and vice versa).
If you liked the randomness of Ai Mai Mii but want just a little more plot? Why not give Azumanga Daioh a look. It's got more random comedy and plenty of adorable characters.
In present day Japan, the life of a school girl is never dull. The easily-bored Konata never finds time to study because of her otaku habits, which frustrates hard-working Kagami to no end. On the other hand, laid-back Tsukasa always manages to go with the flow, while Miyuki is concerned with keeping her status as resident know-it-all. Join these four girls as they muse and meander their way through everyday events such as eating chocolate cones, doing homework, gaming, and trips to the beach galore.
Two comedy titles related to otaku culture and slice of life antics - Lucky Star is easily the more popular of the two, as Ai Mai Mii is pretty horrendous on all levels. That being said, I believe fans of one would appreciate the other, especially in the AMM->LS direction.
Both of these anime are about high school girls and have a similar humor style. Making quick, random jokes in random settings is the odd type of humor both of these shows share.
Both of these are random and about a bunch of school girl and their everday life. They have quite a bit of comedy and show elements of slice of life, with a bit of weird thrown in. Anyway I say if you like Lucky Star you should like Ai Mai Mii, and vice versa.
To be honest, I think Lucky Star takes the cake rather than Ai Mai Mii. Both tends to be a wacky funhouse which involves Otaku Culture and Comedy and it's random.
Lucky Star has more as it tends to while Ai Mai Mii shows less in its perspective. If you liked one, then you should like the other.
Somera Nonomoto is the strongest NEET who has inherited the invincible “Nonomoto Mahou-ken” from her late mother. The short anime focuses on the daily life of Somera and the people around her.
Both have similar fast, absurdist comedy and look very similar. I've always been a big fan of Ai Mai Mii, and as soon as I saw Fushigina Somera-chan, I loved it for the same reasons!
Extremely similar random humor with similar gags and almost identical characters. There's a lot of third-wallbreaking, parody and humor not vested in reality.
Main difference is the tempo (Ai Mai Mii has a higher tempo than Fushigi na Somera-chan). Additionally, the jokes in Ai Mai Mii seem to be a bit more well thought out, on point and unpredictable than Fushigi na Somera-chan.
Both of these shows feature nonsensical humor that is more often than not a bit detatched from reality. People being killed just to be alive moments later, magic, pure randomness and physical impossiblities.
If you enjoy mostly fast-paced stupidly random comedy you'll probably enjoy this if you enjoyed the other.
Both of these series have the same original creator and so the humor and character designs are really similar. They also have short episode duration (a bit over 3 mins/episode). If either one of these two tickles your fancy, the other will surely cater more of that goodness to you.
Kanae, Marimo, Nasuno and Yuri are four friends who make up a tennis club at school. Whether they're going to a bakery to eat cakes, wrestling Yuri's panties from Marimo's mouth or actually playing tennis for once, the girls always manage to have a fun time in the process.
Both of these titles are short, random and fast-paced comedies about school girls.
If you liked one, there is a good chance you will enjoy the other as well.
Both of these shows are short, fast-faced, and random to the extreme. Both are about a group of high school girls in a club, however club activities are rarely even seen due ot the randomness of the show. Neither have a plot and all attempts at humor depend at how random a scene can be.
If you somehow were able to enjoy one, you'd probably enjoy the other as well.
Have you had enough of animes with plots? Do you just need more random humor in your life? Well, these two anime feature a lot of slapstick humor, bizarre scenarios, and high school girls in clubs. So, if you just need more plotless anime, go ahead and try this recommendation.
The story follows a third-year high school girl who likes building plastic models and the wacky conversations she has with her fellow club members.
Three female high school students in a high tempo gag comedy is the main and most important thing these shows have in common.
Where Plastic Nee-san stays (mostly) within the realm of reality, Ai Mai Mii goes into the supernatural and to other extremes. The tone and setting, however, are almost identical.
If you're looking for more goofball antics from 3 members of a random high school club, why not continue with this anime? It starts off talking about the club activities, but quickly devolves into all sorts of crazy adventures for the 3 young ladies.
The comedy of one is definitely found in the other. And since both are a series of shorts, it won't take long to finish both.
Both Ai Mai Mii and Plastic Nee-san are comedic shorts about a group of high school girls that go completely off the rails with wacky antics. If you love one, you'll likely at the very least enjoy the other.
The students of the Geijutsuka Art Design Class study all the various fields of art, from sketching and painting to graphic design and photography. While the mischievous Noda is always thinking up new ways to have fun with her partner in crime - tomboy Tomokane - the ditzy Kisaragi is content with doodling cats in her sketchbook. With Namiko attempting (and failing) to keep the energetic duo in line, the quiet and mysterious Kyoujyu seems happy to observe the odd behavior of her classmates. Whether they are transforming a congealed lump of paint into a sculpture of a pudding, playing ‘color tag’, or making thought collages, the gang live their life to the max through both their friendships and their art.
If you kind of liked Ai Mai Mii, but are looking for something much better, try GA. It shares the similar comedy, school life feel, but is a huge improvement over Ai Mai Mii.
Both series focus on art (or in Ai Mai Mii, manga), but with a cutesy and comedic fashion. Both are heavily moe, and feature high doses of randomness. However, GA has some information put into it, whereas Ai Mai Mii does not.
In either case, if you liked one, the other may be enjoyable to you!
Sonya may look like a regular school girl, but in truth she’s a deadly assassin who keeps to herself. Despite many warnings not to get involved with her, ditzy Yasuna decides that she is her friend, even if it means getting her arm broken or ending up in a headlock each time she surprises the young hitman. And just to make matters worse, ninja girl, Agiri - an associate of Sonya's - also attends the same school. With Sonya resorting to violence at every turn and Agiri parading her various "techniques" at every turn, Yasuna’s school life is about to get all the more hectic... that is, if she can manage to survive in one piece!
Both series have the same tone. They both do not take themselves very serious and sometimes employ violence. If you liked Ai mai mii you will probably like Kill me baby better.
Lighthearted, comedy, completely random...these two anime have so much in common. They both feature a bunch of school girls who get up to the weirdest stuff. They are just about the same but Ai Mai Mii has Otaku Culture , Baby Please Kill Me, doesn't. But I say if you liked one you should like the other.
Each of the four girls of Usakame High School tennis club: Kinako Tanaka, Ayako Suzuki, Kurumi Sato, and Nishi Nishiaraidaishi, has their own dreams and goals to pursue. Their daily lives at the tennis club are always exciting and never boring.
While Ai Mai Mii is way over the top with it's ridiculous situations, both of these shows are very similar. They're very short, are about high school students, and don't have any overarching plot line. Each episode consists of jumping from one joke to the next without much context. If you liked one, you'd most likely enjoy the other.
Both anime feature short gags about a group of girls doing random things, most jokes are quick and before you know it the episode is over and you still don't really understand what happened. For that reason, if you enjoyed the style of the comedy in one of these shows then try out the other.
Shinnosuke Nohara is a crude and rude five-year-old child with a penchant for dirty and inappropriate comments. Whether he's blackmailing his mother for an allowance, dropping his drawers, or snubbing girls at the playground, there's nothing the lecherous Shin-chan can't enjoy. Along with his dysfunctional family and wacky friends, Shin-chan will tackle life's daily problems - one exciting moment at a time!
Nanako Matsutaka is a freshman in college, who like many normal girls has enrolled in a course just so she can get closer to the guy she likes. Unfortunately, she’s now taking the Pervert Physiology Course and her classmates are far from ordinary. With Michikawa lurking under stairwells to take photos of girls' panties and Mizukoshi cultivating flies in her ears, Nanako's wide-eyed innocence makes her the odd one out in a bunch of depraved perverts. Will Nanako be able to pass the class when she can’t even justify the worthiness of a report on farting in the bath, and will she ever catch the eye of the cunning Konogi?