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I was going to pass on this because it looked like a yuri love polyhedron from the synopsis. What sort of 'fun' do you mean?
The kind of fun where girls kiss girls.
Also, Yuzu is a fun character and I really like watching her interact with the sheltered private-school girls around her. Having her live with (and get molested by) the hard-ass student council president is a twist I wasn't expecting.
This is the same endless drama story that you'd get from most examples of this type of manga.
It's pretty generic, but it's also not terrible going by the manga. It avoids most of the more annoying ranting.
wow this show is so gay
It's enjoyable from what I've seen of the first episode.
I wish they could just have Saburouta animate it.
This is weird to watch
Do you feel funny now
Do you want to have a /u/ experience
I'd like to, but I'm a dude.
This is a fun one. While the plot is by no means original nor anything new, the characters are still good and the voices are cute.
I can't never find much in it that is screenshot worthy outside of closeups on lips.
It's more lewd than I expected
But then again I don't usually watch dedicated yuri anime, so maybe this is par for the course?
I haven't seen all that many yuri anime, but I read a lot of yuri manga. For something that isn't straight-up porn, Citrus is pretty lewd.
Men? In my yuri anime? I didn't ask for this.
A girl being homosexual can be cured by brutal application of dick.
That ending was actually pretty nice.
It's refreshing to see an adaptation of an ongoing manga that doesn't stop somewhere.
What do you mean by 'doesn't stop somewhere'? You mean without an anime original ending, or what?
My bad, I kind of mangled that post.
I meant, it's nice that it stopped somewhere that felt like an ending. A lot of manga adaptations seem to end somewhere randomly or as soon as the story gets interesting. It ruins so many potentially great anime.
Oh so you mean it wasn't a "please go buy the manga" ending
Yeah, it definitely didn't feel that way. Then again I think most of the time it's LN adaptions that do that more than manga adaptions, manga adaptions usually get at least a couple of arcs in.
I definitely want to read it, after a while, when the anime isn't as fresh in my memory. And when I've whittled down my reading list a little.