Love Lab is the warmest, softest thing ever created by a human.
>girls acting like real girls and not fake yuri caricatures
How does it feel to have such shit taste?
The only aceptable form of homosexual relationship is the one that involves only males though.
Try watching Highschool Girls High if you want sluts.
Idolshit is the cancer of modern anime fandom.
NNB is the cure.
Love Lab threads these days are mostly about /u/ and anti-/u/ flinging shit at each other, but if there's one thing I can say they're good for, it's that they're the Bat-signal for you. Any thread that has LL in it and you are lurking.
So it gives me the chance to say: I love you man. Thank you for translating the manga. I'm thousands in debt, have a job I hate, and am currently suffering severe health problems, but coming home to Love Lab is one of the greatest feelings in the world.
Kawaisou is great as well. This author's works balance characters and comedy against cute romance really well.
Fuck the butthurt /u/fags.
Are there any other shows/manga that do this? Start out with an all-girl/all-guy cast, then suddenly like halfway through a cast of the opposite gender comes in and stirs shit up?
I wasn't here for when it aired, but I could imagine how it would make people who expected an all-girls show to freak out. I don't watch it, but I heard female fans freaked when that basketball anime introduced a female character.
Why do they suck? I thought they were great.
I enjoyed Hibike anon but there's like, one guy, and he's bland as shit and pops up for like 5 minutes.
Well anon I'm afraid that's a subjective opinion. Nagi is cute as fuck. Yan definitely isn't, but that's why I love him. Also Riko's brother's interactions with Suzu are kawaii as hell too.
It's damn funny and entertaining but I wouldn't call it soft.
Also Maki is best.
>13 year old girls lusting for 13 year old dicks
>one wants the shota dick
Yeah, no, that's not how real girls act like, and the show was a big pile of shit thanks to it.
I wasn't surprised when I saw the author has shifted towards catering to women with this series.
>/u/ still buthurt
No, actually. Just the generic otaku taste, who likes yuri, even if they don't prefer it.
I'd love if these girls were interested in older guys. But interested in little boys? That's shit, and reeks of the author's female pandering intentions.
Maki is the only one who fits that description OP.
Wow, I didn't she did this series too. I didn't like the anime but I'm giving the manga a read and it flows so much better.
They should've capped off their adolescent fighting with a kiss though.