Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou Reviews
Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
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Title(s): Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou
Daily Lives of High School Boys
Danshi Kōkōsei no Nichijō
Danshi Kokosei no Nichijo
Author(s): Yamauchi Yasunobu
Artist(s): YAMAUCHI Yasunobu
Genres: Comedy, School life, Shounen, Slice of life
Start Date: 2009
Status: Ongoing
High-school boys are really simple and curious creatures. They want one and only one thing: girls. But they havenÂ’t got a clue about them. Male teenagers are dumbfounded by the girlsÂ’ thought process, actions, appearance and everything in between. They spend countless hours amongst themselves discussing and arguing their theories which are usually completely off base. If only they had the courage to ask them instead of screwing around and talking about nonsensical things, they might get somewhere.
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a comedy masteriece
Written by flame2frost on November 12, 2013 at 7:16 AM
Overall Rating
Story: 3
Dialogue: 5
Animation: 5
Entertainment: 5
I first watched the anime if you watch it I bet you'll be rolling on the floor laughing, the comedy is hilarious but it only had one season so here i am readind the manga i suggest anyone who loves pure comedy.ANY GINTAMA FAN OUT THERE SHOULD'NT MISS THIS ONE.
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