What's wrong with this girl?
She likes to daydream.
Already on nyaa, famlam.
There is an extra dialog scene though.
>What's wrong with this girl?
She's not wearing the ponytail.
I want to fuck the fatty. I feel like she knows some sick sex moves
>Tells Reina that she shouldn't aim so high and makes her cry even more
>Harshly critisizes the band
>Mocks Hazuki for having no friends
>Bullies Midori's for her shit confusing name
>Doesn't give a shit about Midori's monologue and just wonders why the signal won't change
>Tells her sister to fuck off
And that's just the first episode
What are you doing while waiting for the consecutive AOTY?
Who is the best female character of the past 6 years and why is it Kumiko?
>still no sarariwoman art of depressed and hopeless Aoi drinking biru in a bar
Or like this.
Please describe this child.
ONLY THE DEAD CAN KNOW PEACE FROM THIS WORLD
She's a bit like Oreki from Hyouka. She's uninterested in the world around her, she doesn't want to do anything special (in contrast to Reina), and she just goes with the flow. No goals, no dreams.
It's kind of the essence of the whole show. The show is about her changing her attitude from a negative attitude to a positive attitude.
You could probably call it a coming-of-age story.
They were once so happy and full of life
Remember: music kills.
>wants to win gold
generic goals =/= no goals
I found Oreki fucking hilarious to watch. The stupid introvert stuff he did always had me laughing.
>removed from the character sheet
J U S T
>(PLEASE) stop bully
>Kumiko will never call you worthless while stepping on your face
lads I have a rare
If only she could see the future more clearly.
kumiko is not for bully
Still best girls.
I can't believe they can get away with making jokes like that in such a pure and cute show. It's funny, obviously, but it's also kind of, I don't know, it's like it's too much.
Do you really not understand that the position of the trombones is supposed to represent what those two girls want to be doing, or even have done in the past or will later? And the 'standing' one in the foreground is meant to be the audience, leering at them. It's actually a pretty sophisticated indictment of their audience, for having this kind of gaze aimed at the characters, but it's obviously a joke too, since, you know, it's right there in the frame too. It's just a level of loopy reference that seems really out of place, but this show was full of those kinds of moments.
we still never decided who was the better one