A Pervert's Daily Life

Alt title: Ilsangsaenghwal Ganeunghaseyo?

Ch: 58
2017 - 2019
4.391 out of 5 from 636 votes
Rank #1,919
A Pervert's Daily Life

Let's just say Jinwoo and Seyoung got off to a rocky start. Not knowing Seyoung would be living in a company dorm with a male employee, her direct superior at that, she barged into his room thinking it was hers. Her timing couldn't have been more inappropriate as Jinwoo was in the middle of his pleasure time. Embarrassed and nowhere to hide, Jinwoo's life was headed towards misery. However, little did he know Seyoung was no ordinary rookie. She had her own dirty little secret...

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Story A manhua about masturbation!? Seriously, that's what it's about. The theme gave it a unique start, but after the first 15 chapters, it feels old and repetitive. However, around chapter 20 or so, the story begins to evolve beyond just masturbation and more into the relationship side of the story. That is where it gets more interesting albeit nothing extraordinary. Watching Seyoung and Jinwoo's "temporary" boyfriend-girlfriend relationship develop is enjoyable. The pranks and the teasing between the two of them throughout is entertaining and even humorous at times. Alice Crazy does a good job of incorporating and developing their work life, social life, and cohabitation life. Art The art is very consistent and well-drawn throughout. Colors are not "popping," but they are appropriate for this type of story. Naturally, all of the character's "tid bits" are whited out, but there is clearly enough attention to detail in everything else that it is quite easy to know and understand what is happening from chapter to chapter, scene to scene. There are elements of a "possible" mixture between well drawn 2D characters and certain settings and 3D backgrounds, which I cannot confirm completely. Regardless, this means that the overall art and look is higher on the quality side. Characters Seyoung is nothing short of sweet, charming, attractive, sexy, and clumsy; the later leading to awkward perversion at times. She happens to be severely perverted and Androphobic, which is ironically amusing when paired with Jinwoo. Please note that when I say perverted, she is possibly the biggest pervert I have read in manga or scene from an anime. Speaking of Jonwoo, he happens to be a nerd who is perverted too. He even has mischevious side to his character. We get to read and see this when he makes Seyoung do "certain" things, more often or not in a sexual way. Although he is not shy, he certainly is nervous around Seyoung, even when they are a more formal relationship. The only major disappointment is the development of the other minor characters. Heck, even more characters in general would add a depth to the manhua that could make it an even better read, assuming that said characters would not be added and/or development for the purposes of perversion, masturbation, sex, etc. Seyoung and Jinwoo have got that covered!  Overall Better than I had anticipated once I got passed the first third of the chapters. Although it is quite perverted, there is an alluring charm to Seyoung and her relationship with Jinwoo. This would still be an enjoyable read if all the Explicit Sex was removed and left only to the imagination, in addition to adding a few more quality characters for some added diversity. The over-the-top 18+ content can, at times, detract from an otherwise solid sex-based manhua. Enjoyment Score:  8/10 Chapters: 42/56 1️⃣Weighted Average System Score: (15 + 18 + 21 + 16 = 70/100)


Haven't finished it (chapter 38), but it needs some help. Main criticisms: Not the best character development or presence (both main characters avoid communicating actual thoughts and desires in favor of hints and violating each other). Each character stalls in terms of growth due to communication issues, and denial or failure to communicate feelings or intentions, as well as a lack of action or plot. The main characters tend to make a lot of assumptions that fail them in their ability to be more fulfilled people, but at least it doesn't get in the way of each of them working, so, yay? Even if their sexual activities and secrets should set up a plot, you get unfulfilled side characters and main characters with their own emotional complexes that are not explored. Which leads to plot issues: there is not a plot. It is a slice of life, and ideally, that has some sort of continuity. This series has continuity, but the mixture of stilted/jagged pacing and ill-defined events serving as development without exploration or significant to the characters... it has me wanting more of an intention behind the characters or the events, a focus or development from the author... It has the makings of a pornographic romantic comedy, but it's confusing porn with romance and traded comedy for blushing aesthetics. Which I guess is okay, if you wanted something to fap to and accidentally found what seemed like a webcomic. You won't stumble over the missing storyline. Oh, and before I forget! There is rape, as defined as nonconsensual sex or sexual activity, and inconsistent trigger warnings of chapters containing it. Redeeming qualities: The art is pretty. The sex is fappable. If you wanted to see mainly sex, and probably forego any details of a plot, characters, or purpose, this is for you. Everyone else that expected it to still be a comic? You should stick to Alfie.

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