That’s a very adventurous statement to make, considering that Kuragehime is outstanding and would be considered the #1 show of the season, and throughout the season SoreMachi has been a very entertaining show with not alot of profoundly serious moments. However, very few slice-of-life shows would ever do what this final episode of SoreMachi has done and actually make a thought-provoking, mostly serious final episode, and that alone is a major accomplishment and something I applaude SHAFT for doing, considering that they have been known for ending a series with a fluff finale to pave the way for more seasons. So how does the show end? Press the more button and see…
In the next-to-last episode of SoreMachi, we look into the little things that screw up summer break. You know, like rain, pet problems, summer school, and friends breaking into your house. The usual stuff.
In this weird episode of SoreMachi, we’re going to see how aliens do exist, ghosts roam the earth, and how the picture and statement above is my opinion of Tokyo’s governor Shintaro Ishihara. ~NOW WITH SMALLER PICTURES~ Read the rest of this entry →
After a load of stuff to do like essays and studying for finals, I finally took some time to look over our latest episode of SoreMachi, where we learn about the merits of vending machine food, starting a band in highschool, why a violin should never be considered as a guitar, and more Kon.
And we’re gonna be all about games today, with fun ones such as Hookie, Sneaking Out of the House, Slingshot Tag, Hide and Seek (with a cop), and Persona 3. Read the rest of this entry →
Ever wanted to know how to kill the mood at a birthday party? How about creating a website & getting a logo for that said site? Or hiding your porn? Maybe even dealing with something embarrasing you said? Well now you’ll know as the funniest episode of SoreMachi so far explains it all!
Love is once again in the air as Tatsuno advances on her love for Sanada, and Hotori’s brother is looking to score himself a girl that resembles Mitsuba from Mitsudomoe.
Professor Chaps here, returning to my chalkboard to teach everyone a little bit about Teacher-Student Relations 101.
Lesson 1: Don’t hit on math teachers. Regardless of which school you attend, they’re mostly mean spirited people.
Lesson 2: Don’t hit on teachers when you’re in highschool. Statutory rape is not cool, ese.
Lesson 3: Don’t hit on teachers period. There are plenty of fish in the sea that are your age, carefree, have a stable income, and aren’t seconds away from being laid off by the government.