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Yuru Yuri Deliciously Dripping In Yuri

Jul 11, 2011 @ 20:00 CDT


Yuru Yuri’s second episode proves to be sickeningly good as the story gets cranked up to eleven, all the while, the subtle yuri sweetness keeps deliciously dripping in.

We start just where we previously left off, the seitokai vice president Ayano is jealous of Kyoko’s ability to achieve gratuitous grades which happen to excel far beyond her own with a lacking work ethic. Simply out of spite, Ayano wants them out of their hijacked club room – her friend however suggests a much more peaceful and appropriate approach to decide if they must leave, a strip contest. Unfortunately however, that idea is immediately struck down by the outdated ideals of the pres.

Devastatingly, the second suggestion by Ayano’s friend a “sexiness contest” is also crudely shot down, almost out of a passionate animosity towards innovation and all things enjoyable. In the end, they decide on a foolish elegance lacking challenge of grades on an upcoming test.

A thought conceiving what would happen if Kyoko won hands-down with a perfect score was shown, leading up to some sexy imaginary action – as it turns out, Ayano’s friend fantasized the different yuri inclined outcomes of either of the two girls winning, an event which also set her yuri status clear for all to know.

The seitokai itself seems to actually be some sort of yuri female club as the pres herself is merely interested in tsunderely talking to Kyoko and not to evict them from their circle.

We then tag along for a errand as the cute crew of the Amusement Club is enlisted by a new pair of seitokai tsundere characters to assist them with filing papers – something which ends up as an expertly devised display of humor par yuri excellence. Any doubts about the series from episode one have entirely died and decomposed – this series is magnificent in essentially all aspects, flowing with an original style even seen in the mid-episode intermission as it plays some jazzy action music to a scene of a cute character running around.

Simply said, this show is just “too good” as it features the slice of life themed interactions of females who suggestively like one another a bit more than a friend. This episode in particular pointed out a lot of the females to be of yuri status – something which was previously somewhat uncertain in episode one in regards to a few characters from episode one.

Slightly past the mid-way point, the episode almost exclusively focuses on the two seitokai tsunderes who happen to both have an interest in each other – the sight of two tsunderes partaking in their emotionally deceptive ways is something easily allowing for one to fall out of place in yuri loving laughter.

This series is violently raging with unprecedented subtle yuri humor no series has seen before in a fashion many will appreciate.

2 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    This show is so funny. i was expecting another uninspired moe anime, but what I got was something that’s actually entertaining. I found the two tsunderes rivalry hilarious throughout. Hopefully, we’ll see more of them.

    • Seven says:

      I concur – that was a totally unique twist I hadn’t anticipated at all, something also never portrayed in an anime before. They both like each other, but they are both equally too tsundere to do anything but fight about it., truly hilarious.

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