We’ve all had that one thing we couldn’t get out of. A pointless obligation we were forced to attend because not going would forever mark us as an ungrateful person who had the audacity to enjoy their life.
Such is the case with harem protagonist C+-‘s childhood friend Orange. “I don’t know why I’m here”. “He’s done nothing but ignore me since we were kids. I don’t even like him that much, I only became his friend out of pity. You’d be surprised how hard it is for someone to make friends when they’re basically the physical manifestation of oatmeal.
I know I owe him for the time he performed CPR on my pet tuna, and the popularity of the series is great for my career but…I had to pass up starring in a mecha series for this. Now, instead of being a badass mech pilot, I get to spend 23 episodes chasing this bag of air around. I mean, yeah it’s cool the show’s being filmed on an island and the beautiful views are great for bragging to my Instagram followers. But I could’ve gone to space, and space is way cooler.
Hello? Oh hi Mark. You have a story for me, that’s great! What is it? You’re kidding me, again; but how, it’s been like fifteen seconds! Fine i’ll do it, I need to write something anyway. Seriously, how does he keep doing this…
Harem lead [Not Going to Bother Giving Him A Name Because He’s Not Why You’re Here] was caught in an, “extremely embarrassing”, sexually suggestive pose with [Obvious Love Interest] for the 10th time this episode. He was chasing after her after she caught him in a sexually suggestive pose with his younger sister…(please don’t have me write that again future self).
As he was vigorously power walking he was tripped by a swarm of conveniently placed, slightly larger than average, ants who called themselves “The Renegade Troupe of Mediocre Slapstick”. After the incident numerous adults who were hanging around the side street could be heard saying things such as “kids these days” and whatever else it is generic extras say. Fortunately there are only 20 seconds before the credits so-oh hi Sara, what’s up. AGAIN!