Office manager Kazuhiko Otakara has spent all 33 years of his life without a girlfriend. An encounter with a new employee named Harada makes Otakara realize that he is gay.
Horrible animation. Non existent story. Stereotypical characters. So why the hell would someone rate it 10/10, you ask? Because I can't remember any other occasion where I had to pause something so often, for I was laughing so hard. My cheeks hurt when I even think about it. It is seriously one of the best parodies ever. Of course you have to be familiar with the yaoi genre to fully understand and appreciate it, but I think you could enjoy it if you've never seen yaoi in your life. As long as you don't take it seriously.
This was a bad attempt at a good show that is still good because it is so bad. It is so bad that it is funny. This has one of the worst animation I have seen on anime. At first I thought it was entirely pictures until they finally started to move their mouths. There is not much of a story. The sound is okay but the highlight is when hallelujah. I hope that this anime was meant to be stupid and comical or else it is majorly sad. This is one of the funnist anime I have ever seen. This is a great laugh and I would suggest watching only for laughs without any higher hopes.
When other people reviewed this,they were NOT kidding about the horrible animation. It also seems as if the storyline changes every 2 minutes,but it does keep one detail in particular consistent. For it being a 30 minute anime and only 5 minutes in I was confused, I would say that would also be a factor to deducing points for the story.But everything eventually adds up and it doesn't just bring up random things and never go back to it. For the sound,I gave it a 10 because I could hear it fairly well over my fan. But... FOR THE LOVE OF SHOTAS,BISHIES,UKES AND SEMES, this is most definetly hilarious. Anyways,onto the characters,they are pretty much typical characters and they don't have any unique qualities to themselves. So overall,I would give this anime a 5.5.
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