Fruits Basket: The Final Review

To my younger self, I hope this was enough to satisfy your desire to see this story over again. I know I’m a little late on committing time to this, but it’s better late than never, right? So, I hope you’re fulfilled now. And rest assured, now, you’re in a better place.

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Osananajimi ga Zettai ni Makenai Love Comedy Review

You know what? I am satisfied. Not because this show is good or anything profound like that, but because I’ve actually enjoyed myself after having had a pretty large dry spell between the last trashy harem I liked to this trashy harem I like. And my god, you just had to get both Matsuoka Yoshitsugu and Shimazaki Nobunaga in this thing too now didn’t you?

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Hataraku Saibou Black Review

I can’t help but feel like this show is also an allegory to the kinds of working conditions that a typical white-collar worker in Japan experiences and reflects upon Japanese society as a whole as some kind of social commentary on how toxic work culture can be detrimental to not only one’s own health, but also how it can impact society to an almost unhealthy degree. Eh, it’s probably just my imagination.

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