Say "I love you."

Alt title: Suki-tte Ii na yo.

Say "I love you." Episode 12 - I'll Protect You

An emotionally fallen Megumi must pick herself up and become true to herself. Mei is given some motherly advice on her relationship with Yamato.

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cahbayb cahbayb says

Both are about a girl who is an outcast in school though they have very opposite perceptions about friend making. They both also have a very popular male lead who is curious about the girl and wants to befriend her. 

Drizz31MaleWV Drizz31MaleWV says

I agree, Suki-tte Ii na yo totally reminds me of Kimi ni Todoke, outcast girl being chased after by the most popluar boy of school.

annalisebee annalisebee says

Similar basis for the stories. Both shows are pretty cute, although Kimi ni Todoke is more innocent. 

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Starletka Starletka says

Both Ao Haru Ride and Suki-tte Ii na yo are romantic dramas with similar plot, characters and overall feel. Also cats.

Bronia Bronia says

Both are recent anime meant to appeal to a shoujo demographic. In both shows, the female lead is a black sheep of sorts who we watch navigate the waters of love and friendship in high school. Both heroines befriend girls who are ostracized by other girls due to how boys see them. They have a similar feel to their colour pallets and animation.

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Two shoujo shows with a slow pacing and a realistic setting, with some great drama. I've read the manga for both and I can say that they have been brought to life perfectly. Life isn't that simple in these worlds and it makes you feel more connected with the characters. If you love the shoujo genre, but want the love to be a bit more raw, these shows are perfect.

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Mahmooda300 Mahmooda300 says

Both of these anime have the same type of main characters, the unsociable girl that eventually makes friends, and the tall, black-haired male. They also have key similarities in the story line.

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paperwings paperwings says

They have a lot of similarities, first of all the anti-social femenine main character who starts making friends when she meets a boy. They are both full of misunderstandings because of the characters keeping their thoughts for themselves without telling anyone.

If I had to choose between one or the other, I personally would prefere Sukitte ii na yo, just because it is a bit more realistic (more kisses, less mental trip, the boy wanna go straight to the point, that's more likely, haha!)

TheFung TheFung says

Both anime series consist of characters that are "new" to love. They don't know how to express their feelings to each other and often find it hard to detect the other's behavior but they try their hardest to make it work.