Wakasa is shocked when Tatsumi leans over the tub and announces it stinks. Tatsumi cleans the tub responsible for the odor and transfers Wakasa to a children's pool. Saying, "Brother, tell me if you're using the pool," Kasumi mistakes Wakasa for Tatsumi and hugs him.
The Special Circumstances of My Bathtub
The Severe Circumstances of My Household Budget
The Circumstances of Wakasa's Friends: Takasu Edition
The Circumstances of Wakasa's Friends: Mikuni Edition
The Halloween Circumstances of My Household
The Circumstances of My Bubbles
My Sibling Circumstances
The Trendy Circumstances of Modern Men
My Naked Circumstances
The Circumstances of Wakasa's Friends: Maki Edition
The Seven Transformations of my Bathtub Circumstances
The Circumstances of Wakasa Staying Home Alone
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Teenage boys are notoriously lazy, and the members of Binan High School's Earth Defense Club are no exception. Their definition of “earth defense” is bumming around all day at the local bathhouse. But when a pink wombat appears out of thin air and begs the boys to help him save the planet, even the idlest high schoolers jump to action. Watch the...
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Both series are light hearted comedy anime with plenty of hot male characters. While neither series is technically BL, they do have alot of BL-ish undertones as well as male nudity/near nudity. Also, both shows have plenty of bath scenes. Of course, they have different subjects matter (Orenchi no Furo Jijou has human-sea creature hybrids, while CHEDCL has magical boys) as well as different episode lengths, but I have feeling that those who like one of these shows will probably appreciate the other as well.
They're both hysterical anime focused around a loveable cast of male characters. Both poke fun at BL trends, and the trends of other genres they are parodying. They are both sweet, lighthearted, comedic shows. If you enjoyed one, you might enjoy the other.
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While they have different plots (and different episode lengths), both anime seem to appeal to the same audience. Both have mostly male casts (and hot looking male characters at that). While neither is truly a BL anime, they both at the very least have BL-ish undertones. Both can have their funny moments (though Free! has plenty serious moments too). Also, some of the voice actors who voice characters in Free! also voice characters in Orenchi no Furo Jijou.
Both series are set around the water (wether that be bathtub or the pool), and guys who either are mermen or swim so much they might as well be.
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Both animes are about merrmaids.
My bride is a mermaid got more romance.
Orenchi no Furo Jijou is a pretty short anime.