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Tomoya’s father remarries to another woman, giving him a stepsister, Ichika. However Ichika is 17-years old and has completely fallen in love with her stepbrother who is only 13!
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Both of these anime have very short episodes and are about a 'normal' individual who has to live with an obsessed individual (one is obsessed with their sibling, the other is an otaku). The episodes follow their day to day live as they learn about the other individual and their habits. They are both fairly slow, comedy driven, and have a similar type of humor.
I recommend it, because both of these are short, and although they are about different things, both are enjoyable.
Both are short and both will leave you wanting more.
If you need an anime while looking for something that you like, you can keep looking while you look at these two. do not take up much of your time.
si necesitas un anime mientras buscas algo que te que te gusta, puedes seguir buscando mientras miras estos dos, no ocuparan mucho de tu tiempo.
Kusaka is an older man who loves marshmallows, and Wakabayashi is an OL (office lady) who loves Kusaka. Their relationship unfolds at their office.
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So based on first impressions I thought of this recommendation, both these series are cute and fluffy and follow the story of adults in their own world. With sorry comedy sketches that just as to the basic story. Also both can easily make you laugh within the 3 or so minute episodes. So I think if you enjoyed one then you should try the other.
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Both of these sketch comedies are pretty much about the same thing. A guy, obsessed with a particular item, is pursued by a seemingly normal woman, even though neither of them really understand each other. With other love interests, drunken conversations, and plenty of odd ball situations, you're sure to have fun with both.
Quiet but capable, Mizusawa Chisato is a beautiful leader who has a secret that only her husband, Sora, knows about: she loves to drink, and when she's drunk, she becomes extremely adorable! What bliss will Sora's cocktail bring tonight? "Yoidere," the drunken comedy cocktail about Japan's most lovey-dovey couple.
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Short 3 minute episodes about a married couple.
Includes working wife and stay-at-home husband.
Both are short-length episode slice of life anime featuring a married couple. Both are really cute series, too.
If you enjoyed one you will most likely enjoy the other. Both these shows have very short episodes featuring a married couple. They’re both fluffy and cute and leave you feeling kind of happy.