Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai – 6: They should just shake hands and make…out.
Damn, seeing Yozora and Sena doing the hate-play on each other is really…mentally stimulating.
Do they gain pleasure (and on one side, definitely sadistic) in bickering with one another?
AIC must’ve finished each episode with lots of time and money to spare.
I’m thinking that’s at least about 20 shirt changes? They’ve sure got the time to slowly change shirts and return back to the same position.
Well, as long as the animation quality doesn’t suffer because of a live action animated gif, I’m not gonna complain.
Haha, this is probably a very remote reference, but I couldn’t help but to be reminded of Soredemo machi ga Mawatteiru.
Note the visual similarities, the main roads even run at nearly the same angle!
Yeah it’s a long shot, and probably has no significance whatsoever, but who cares? It’s still a reference in the fucking bag!
I’m really intrigued to find out what exactly is the relationship between these two girls.
Yozora toys around with Sena as easily as twirling her hair with her fingers. Said fingers are currently embedded deep within the bountiful chest of Sena, who doesn’t show any form of resistance.
Instead she gets all flustered and obeys Yozora’s every command, as if there’s a truth button somewhere on her boobs.
Sena runs away crying, shouting what is probably the cutest insult, “Baka Yozora”, which is so mild that it on the verge of being disarming.
And Sena comes back for more punishment, to which Yozora gladly obliges.
Such a tease, this pair. There are some proponents of the Yozora x Sena pairing, hoping eventually that they’ll ravish each other in a hate-sex romp.
When that fateful day arrives, I’ll be like:
For it will be such a beautiful day.
I’m wondering why Yukimura and Rika didn’t bother to change.
Anyway I decided to work out their time of arrival, as each of them provided a statement, to which I cannot ignore.
Yozora came 5 minutes after Rika. Yukimura arrived 20 minutes before Kodaka. Rika arrived 15 minutes before Sena and Sena arrived 5 minutes before Yukimura.
If Kodaka arrived at 12:50, Yukimura arrived at 12:30, Sena at 12:25, Rika at 12:10 and Yozora at 12:15.
It just means that they too, like AIC, have a lot of time on their hands, since the specified meeting time was 1pm.
He who screws around with Yozora will get screwed back tenfold.
Not sure if it’s dishonesty or plain misinformation, but Yozora clearly felt that a money should only be paid for the karaoke room and not the people.
So with feelings of being exploited by the rules, Yozora and Sena bravely bought a room each to mess around with the manager.
After all, the charges were at a flat rate. That was until Kodaka bought another room for the rest of the gang, much to the relief of the manager.
This is what a bit of Kodaka’s singing did to Rika.
She felt immensely compelled to wet herself with pleasure, alluding to Busujima Saeko in Highschool of the Dead.
The above picture is her tribute to Saeko. 濡れるﾂ!
(I tried my best, with my limited editing skills, to give the words the dynamism it needed to show that…Rika was wet. So to speak.)
They’re at it again. How they can fight with each other in separate rooms, I really do not know.
Are they trying to outdo each other in order to decide who gets to be the one on top?
I nearly forgot about including a Sena’s Corner.
I’m eternally thankful that she knows how to accentuate her goodies.
Sena finally gets back at Yozora for a change. This time, she’d invited Kodaka to her place to meet her father, much to the chagrin of Yozora. I’d really love to see what transpires when Kodaka does eventually visit.
Being overly hopeful for the next episode to arrive isn’t a very good sign for the current episode.
Unfortunately, I could only come up with a couple of references, and in an uncanny sort of way, it seems to correlate to the standard of the episode. While it offered a great tease between Yozora and Sena, who are stealing the show, nothing else happened that was really significant. I’d really want to have an absolute romp watching the episode, so this week didn’t really cut it for me. Thank the lord for Sena though.