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Anime I Don’t Know What To Write About

Disclaimer: I wrote this quite some time ago and forgot to post it so when I say recently… it’s about a month ago…

So recently, there have been a few anime that I’ve watched but have no idea what to write about them cause either nothing happens… or it’s your run-of-the-mill isekai.

1. Yuru Camp

Absolutely nothing happens but I love this show. Eating food looks like so much fun and they make even the great outdoors which I hate looks so nice… Although it’d be impossible to do in my tiny and hot country with no real good scenic places. Why? Of course it’s because of all the insects! Unlike other countries which experience winter and might experience a decrease in insects, the constant heat in my country is perfect for them to thrive and annoy us in the outdoors!


If I had to squeeze out some life lessons from Yuru Camp, I guess it would be that even if you are a lone wolf sort of person, it can be fun to hang out with others with similar interests once in a while.

You can find comfort both in solitude as well as with people close to you.

2. Didn’t I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?!

A mesh of an isekai with an overpowered protagonist and fluffy show of cute girls doing cute things we get Noukin (the short form of the name). Everyone has a somewhat sad past but that’s all brushed aside because it’s seemingly normal. Instead of going to pre-established parties, this group of girls with a slight case of chunnibyou go forth as their very own party!

They easily complete quests with the power of friendship (and cause the main character just being plain overpowered)!

I guess it’s a good show if you want a break from shows like Babylon or something.

Let’s see, again if I had to say what we could learn from this is…

Don’t get overconfident but don’t think less of yourself. If you let your guard down and end up in a sticky situation, don’t just give up right away! Especially if you are someone who has not experienced much failure before, just because you get one setback, it shouldn’t stop you from believing in yourself and pressing forward! (yeah yeah, standard anime inspirational stuff)

3. Choujin Koukousei-tachi wa Isekai demo Yoyuu de Ikinuku you desu!

Oh my… another bunch of prodigies getting isekai’d. Well, these people are basically all-rounders when rounded up together. (haha get it? no? Well, whatever)

Nothing much to say about this show, just a bunch of prodigies working together bring about a more peaceful world or something.

Again, just another chill show to watch after some tragic and intense anime. Though I guess Yuru Camp beats all these three in every aspect of laid back(ness).

This anime just shows the importance of working together I guess. Even prodigies need to help each other out… or something like that.

4. Daily lives of highschool boys

I don’t know what happened to the author in the past but I wouldn’t be surprised if he had a bunch of traumatic experiences involving girls/women. The number of overly violent and kind of abusive high school girls in this anime is nothing to scoff at.

Although, I must say I quite enjoyed the comedic value whenever they interacted with the high school boys… but nothing beats the riverbank scenes with the literary girl. (go watch the show to know what I’m talking about)

Life Lesson: Don’t be like anyone in the show if you want to be a respectable human being… If you want to be a group of comedians though… it’s your choice…


the eng lyrics are also shounen action adventure like tho there’s no subs here

5. Hataage! Kemono Michi


I’m done. Thanks for reading. 🙂

– K.A.L.T


My thoughts are always fleeting. Writing is the only way I can remember all the things that once crossed my mind.

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