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Haiyore! Nyaruko’s Blood Thirsty Loli

Apr 1, 2012 @ 13:44 CDT

The loli of Haiyore! Nyaruko put up a threatening display on the official site for April Fools – and it seems that throughout the day, she was moving closer gradually, raising concern as she looked to be ready to kill.

While we saw her modest and erotic sides in various videos previews of the anime, this is the first one will see the scary side of Haiyore! Nyaruko’s loli as it looks that she’s entered some sort of loli assault mode. However, one has to question why the loli is getting so worked up over the first of April? It’s a time meant for jest and jokes – not menacing stares and impending brutality.

And indeed, apparently the loli never had any sadistic intent, rather, she’s the one who is terrified – the color of the sky leaves her frozen stiff and barely able to move. This was quite well played – a misleading incident very welcomed as the end result, her troubled face, is admittedly rather stimulating.

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