Did I Just Take Acid?

Over the weekend I binged watched )if you can really call how short that was binge watching) Space Patrol Luluco. It was an anime the anime club at my school had watched two episodes of (they’re about 7 to 8 minutes of each), and I really enjoyed it. Why? I have absolutely no clue why. It was an acid trip from beginning to end. And there was a 31-second sequel. (So moving. I was so touched. … JK).

Anyways, it was a cute little show, that somehow tied everything from the very first episode to the 5th season. Seriously. There were 5 seasons, also known as 13 episodes. You know, same difference. It was actually one of the first animes I have seen in more than a month (I don’t know what I was thinking) so it was a short little something to dip my toes into. I think anyone who enjoys thinking to themselves “what the heck was I thinking” will really enjoy this…brilliant…display of color.

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An Actual “Love” Story?

I have watched the entirely of Itazura Na Kiss for what has to be the fifth time. And I am still loving it. It is the stereotypical love story between an intellectually-challenged girl and an emotionally stunted boy. You know, the usual. Except in this one, you actually see them through their life, separate and together as this anime takes them through high school, college and their adult working life. It’s girly, but I very much enjoyed it, and maybe you will too.

High School Café Club

By reading the title of this post, you should be able to know what anime I’m about to talk about if you have ever heard about it. Yes, I didn’t read it first, but don’t worry, it is on my list to do so. If you have never heard of Ouran High School Host Club, you should because is is hilarious and somewhat heartwarming. And for those who don’t know what a host club is, the best way I can describe it is as a maid café for girls. If that is not correct, that is the best way that I can describe it based on what I say, but definitely, check this out. This anime does the best at making fun of some shoujo themes in a way that is not harsh, especially since all of the boys in this show personalities that run rampant in the same type of anime and manga. Having a protagonist that cares more for who people are explicitly on the inside is also refreshing.