Also, reminder that it's possible that Reina is bi.
Thank you for stating the obvious.
It took me two episodes to realize Sapphire is a slut
i don't care what they ameri like i want to lick then up good
For what purpose.
They're not appealing, though.
There were at least half a dozen important scenes, with insightful dialogue.
You potentially have good taste, so no offense.
Seems like she has droopy B cups that make her look flat. I love non perfect oppai.
Did we ever decide best (female) body? We unanimously agreed Asuka is the best girl overall, though.
Only girl that would give her contest in that department is Natsuki but I still think Asuka wins.
They may not were gay in the novel but in the anime they seem pretty gay to anyone that has two eyes.
There's also sensei and onee-chan (Strictly body, Kumiko is obviously best)
Their roles are considerably smaller in the novel. They're both treated better int he anime, but I thought that Hazuki especially was given a huge boost and almost feels like the show's pet project. It looks like even the OVA is going to be mostly about her.
While my friends were getting high and chasing girls down parkway lines
I was losing my mind 'cause the love, the love, the love, the love, the love
That I gave, wasted on a nice face
In a blaze of fear I put a helmet on a helmet
Counting seconds through the night and got carried away
So now I'm standing on the overpass screaming at the cars,
Hey, I wanna get better!
I want to cum on Natsuki when she's asleep. I want her to wake up, touch the semen on her face with her finger, taste it, do a disgusted face because of the bitter taste and fall back to sleep all while having a tired expression.
At least post the full one. What makes this pair all the more better is that they actually have genuine dislike of each other, among other things.
Of course it is.
It all is!
Have any of you ever seen or been around teenage girls? They often do weird shit that is just playful and harmless, but if boys did the same thing, would be seen as totally gay. May be a double standard, but whatever, it's the way it is.
They finally actually improved on their standard moeblob formula and added the last necessary ingredient in order to keep topping the sales charts.
>Have any of you ever seen or been around teenage girls?
>he's not nor has ever been a teenage girl
Hazuki will end up with Shoe.
Literally just finished this. Was totally on board the Kumiko/Reina train until they climbed the mountain in episode 8 and had this exchange:
Reina: I don't hate pain.
Kumiko: That's kind of hot.
What the fuck was this shit? How was Kumiko so believably shy around Reina and suddenly that happened?
I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL I WANT TO BE SPECIAL
summer uniforms are fucking GOAT
If the band uniforms didn't exist, you mean.
just fucking MAKE OUT WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS SHOW i hate it
>what is this show
Proof that lots of people might find themselves attracted to someone of the gender they're usually not interested in. (Yes, it's possible Reina likes both sensei and Kumiko.)
Because it was the perfect moment for her to make a first stab through the shyness, show her true self and poke at Reina with a silly comment. It felt like a very believable and realistic moment to me
desu 100% of the time they are on screen they look like they want to devour each other. If i didn't read the LN's I probably would have thought it was the anime's end game
I'm not sure if any of the subs got it better, the fact that it's hard to translate at all notwithstanding.
I'd say something along the lines of "kinky", "dirty" or "X-rated" would work. "Hot" implies that it's something Kumiko herself is turned on by a bit to much. Although the previous three probably aren't as comparatively colloquial as hot.
Kinky makes more sense, since "I don't hate pain" hints at masochism.
I actually wondered if Reina had some form of autism as I was watching, but she acted completely normal around everyone except Kumiko. Any scenes with the two of them alone together felt heightened, as though we were getting Kumiko's unreliably narrated version of events. But since the show clearly wasn't using that device, those heightened scenes felt out of place to me.
That's like, the only argument against Reina and Kumiko being more than platonically in love with each other I see, is that Reina admited that she loved sensei.
People can feel love for more than one person, and Reina's not an idiot, she knows her and sensei would never be together.
Two platonic girl friends don't confess their love for each other and hold their faces an inch away from each other's while professing to never leave one another.
Actual dykes and not just mere bisluts coming through.
Reina being autistic was one of the best parts of the show.
The only scene that felt out of place to me was when Reina apologized to Kaori and Yuuko. That was too normal to be in character for her, it was more like the author trying too hard to force resolutions to conflicts. I felt the same about the way Natsuki was acting with Kumiko at McDonalds
I really can't get behind this point of view. A lot of high school anime feature an entire cast of characters that are incapable of having normal conversations, apologizing for their mistakes, etc. This isn't one of those shows. Reina apologized because it was a normal thing to do. It's true that she was the better trumpet player, and she didn't cross the line by saying so. Given those circumstances, I can see how you felt a resolution was being offered where it didn't belong. But after publicly outperforming her senpai like that, it was natural that she offer some sort of mea culpa.
This scene was great. And I agree that Reina's social hiccups were among the best parts of the show. For me, there were just a few small glitches in her character, but it's good to get outside my own head and see that other people were fine with it.
I was going to watch this but no, is not Yuri.
Fuck you guys.
Because its different from the typical wishy washing double tsundere which like each other but are too tsundere to admit. These guys even though they do like each other and are slight tsundere about their relationship, do genuinely get annoying and dislike each other to a certain extent.
I have already a good guess whats Kyoani's new ED for Hibike about.
Just watched the first episode and it's so fucking cookie cutter, why do you have zero taste?
>sex with disgusting fat principal
>not with canon love interest sensei
Look, nothing gets in the way of shipping amongst the fandom. The canonical sexuality of the characters involved, the characters canonically having other romantic interests, even the ship making any goddamned sense at all on any level. If a fan sees two characters they like the idea of together, they'll cling to the idea no matter what.
This actually can be considered a part of Leina's charcter development.
She’s selfish, but, since Kumiko is now the key to Reina dealing with her loneliness, she begins to change. She brings Kumiko a water bottle, showing she is aware of Kumiko’s dehydration from the day before. It’s thoughtful—concerned, even. It’s both selfish and considerate. Reina cares about Kumiko because Kumiko is her solution to her loneliness, but she cares nonetheless. However, practicing with Kumiko isn’t selfish at all. This is the first time Reina puts in extra practice with another person. Before now, Reina only put in extra work alone. Now, band is beginning to be a group activity.
Which leads into a small, but vital, scene. Reina apologizes to Kaori and Yuko without ulterior motive, without her words betraying her actions, without selfishness. She doesn’t say she’ll stop being “smug” (and she doesn’t have to), but she displays some empathy and consideration. It’s a huge development hidden in a short scene. Through finding someone Reina can relate to and rely upon, she’s started to keep an eye on Kumiko’s feelings, which has begun to snowball into thinking about everyone else in the band.
>almost 3 years later and still salty
What I want to see is more Reina-Midori-Hazuki interaction. I bet she would be amusingly awkward around them at first.
Does Reina even know those two exist?
Volume 6 specials soon.
Probably because actions speak louder than words and her actions have been "wow, I really want to stick it in Kumiko".
The way those two act is not "friendly" under any paradigm.
Yeah, completely heterosexual friendship.
I have tickle fights with all my cute friends too.
They're nothing alike, Eupho has a story and a direction the characters are heading, plus it's about music instead of friends being comfy after school. Yamada, K-On's director is co-director in this show though, and you can definitely see her influence.
Definitely watch though if you've been in band before, or have any interest in music.
I agree with you, but this series baits them hard. It's one thing to watch the show and think maybe they're bisexual or confused, but it's something else entirely to hear the author say
> FELLOWSHIP NOT ROMANCE
and somehow twist that around as meaning they're gay for each other when it's the complete opposite.
It has pretty different atmosphere from K-on. Still an amazing show though.
There are tons of funny and cute moments, but the show is mostly focused on other things.
>if you've been in band before, or have any interest in music.
Neither, but I enjoyed the hell out of eupho.
>delusional la-la-land virgin straight-shitters
How is this even a question? Kumiko is literally flat. Even the average anon has bigger tits than her.