Let's be honest. How did you NOT get yuri vibes from this show? They're practicing romance scenarios on EACH OTHER.
>How did you NOT get yuri vibes from this show? They're practicing romance scenarios on EACH OTHER.
I would've gotten that vibe if it weren't for the fact that
they were pretending the other was a guy.
Assuming something like that given the premise of the show and the inclusion of male characters is extremely retarded.
Are you unable to distinguish your wishful /u/ thinking from what's actually there?
>girls are talking about boys
>they must be lesbians
It's okay, hetfags got it back with that dating sim game this season.
Would love to see S2 after the disappointing lack of Dogakobo sakuga in Nozaki-kun and (presumably) Donten ni Warau, and just the fact that Love Lab was great fun.
Also wouldn't mind seeing Masahiko Oota back in the director's seat for a Dogakobo show since he's really good at this stuff and it's been a while now!
By being familiar enough with Japanese culture to know they think yuri is pretend relationships to practice for getting boyfriends and this was going to be an extreme version. No yurifags who know anything watched this. All that were left were retards and trolls. Which are you?
Those scenes were framed comedically. That, and they were fairly innocent scenes. There was no indication that there was anything sexual between the girls. It was pure hetero, you disgusting faggot.
>entire premise from first episode is about finding a boyfriend
>deluded Yurifag brains filter out this fact and somehow only process two girls doing romance things together
It still astounds me how distorted the yurifag world is.
>The first episode of Toradora is about helping Taiga get with Kitamura
>deluded haremfag brains filter out this fact and somehow only process a cute girl doing things with the MC
In fairness, there's not really a shortage of girl looking for a boyfriend but she ends up falling for another girl type stories out there. Of course enough of the manga was out to know this wasn't the case here. I for one made sure to warn yurifags in any thread I saw before the show aired and for the first 2 episodes. Those who chose to ignore it have no one but themselves to blame.
I knew from the start they're hetero, but most of the show is spent with the girls flirting and doing lovey-dovey stuff together. I enjoyed that and didn't expect it to go any further. I just sad we can't have nice LL threads anymore.
It's called Toradora, and the main dynamic is obviously Ryuuji and Taiga, the two characters who by far have the most screen time and spend the most time together. You sound like a genuine, bona fide idiot.
Not this shit again.
I don't know If yurifags are making this type of threads on purpose or they are just retarded.
The only reason I watched this was because I was promised that this would be a cute girls doing cute things show that was actually different in the sense that love interests would also be included. Too bad they didn't go all the way with it.
>in the manga where lesbianism is the premise the girls turn out to be lesbians
You don't say.
And yet, somehow, you expect this line of reasoning to apply to any and all romance manga.
It's pretty clearly yurifags doing this, but I'm sure they're not REAL yurifags like you, right? Cause no real yurifags shitpost on /a/. Oh wait, that's basically all they do.
Mods need to ban yurifags on sight.
>Manga Home (まんがホーム Manga Hōmu?) is a Japanese monthly yonkoma manga magazine published by Hōbunsha since December 1987. The magazine is released monthly on the 2nd. Manga Home is printed as B5 size. The magazine is known for having inspirational and family-themed messages on the edges of the pages, and many of the manga focus on husbands and wives, families, and related topics.
Faggots and their perversions need not apply.
>Do you only look at the seasonal charts before deciding on a show?
Yeah. At the start of the season I pick out around 10 shows that look interesting and then watch them. I also add any shows that seem good from threads on /a/.
Step 1: take off yurigoggles
Step 2: actually pay attention to the thing you're reading
Step 3: pay attention to how it's advertised
But since you're a yurifag you'll probably never do any of these, because it's easier to just watch everything through yurivision and then feel "outraged" when your expectations are betrayed.
Come on guys.
People who still try to claim it's yuri, or are angry that it wasn't, are undeniably faggots.
But you can't blame someone if it gave off a very yuri-esque first impression
Riko is my favorite but I can still recognize that Maki is fucking adorable
>Adding Riko and Maki together (not in a yuri way) and divide by two
Cut them in half and stitch their corpses together? I think there's a VN with a route like that, though I don't know how those girls compared to these girls..
She became part of the group after her arc was done. St least she stayed around and as cute as ever
Better than having best girl appear for two episodes then leave forever
If Season 2 is made, she'll return full force as she meets her reason for living.
B-b-but anon, Love Lab is no longer in Manga Home. It's in Manga Time Special now, which does include, in its October edition, a 4-koma set on the French Revolution that has one of its characters guillotined.
Also a furry 4koma.
Those beginning with 'Manga Time' also has made plenty of yuri stories, such as Manga Time Kirara Miracle! which includes Sakura Trick.
Basically what I am saying is that holy shit guys, Maki eventually goes full hungry for Yan's D in the December edition of Manga Time Special. You can tell I'm telling the truth because I posted no scans whatsoever.
>Maki eventually goes full hungry for Yan's D
>a 4-koma set on the French Revolution that has one of its characters guillotined.
Do the others make a bunch of dumb head puns that wouldn't be out of place in a meduka thread?
It's relatively subdued in that there's no panel of the decapitation, but a full page of the man saying goodbye to his two daughters and wife.
Pretty fucked up for a manga magazine sold to people with families, honestly.
Yes, but the characters are well written enough that they don't need yuripandering for the show to stay enjoyable.
And it's pretty clear from the get go that the girls themselves know that they're not full on homo.
I believe I got the image just for you!
a year ago is still 'weeks' ago, that's like 70 weeks.
Instead of the many DAILY generals that come up you choose this thread to bitch about?