hanakana version sucks
I'd a Tomoko.
How can you say you love your waifu if you can't even hug her covered in sugar water and ants?
tomoko a shit
fags on her like her becuase she's supposed to be omg nerdy no friends furl just like me xd
guess what faggots, they exist IRL but you dont want them then. keep sucking dick
Jesus christ OP
Ironic shitposting, etc.
Where the fuck do you think you are?
Tomoko hits a little too close to home with /a/ that's why it's not very popular
I love how close it hit home to me. It makes me better and less regretful about my decisions.
Are there people that actually enjoy this awful character and awful anime? Non-existent plot, no character progression whatsoever, ugly as fuck, lame comedy, lame VA'ing, lame art, lame OP and ED. Fucking 2/10 anime.
Manga or Anime?
It was popular when the manga first came out, but then it spread beyond /a/ and /a/'s inner hipster kicked in.
>you'll never take Tomoko's virginity and make her the perfect waifu who will love you forever for making her feel wanted
we enjoy it because the character has the kind of severe social anxiety that is not present any other animes I know of
She is really, really sick in the head.
>and /a/'s inner hipster kicked in.
I just pretend not enjoy it to seem special.
Just like MEEEE
I tried it, but couldn't really watch it either. I guess a strange attraction to her is some anons' saving grace for this show. I can kind of understand that, but ehh, her voice was the nail in the coffin for me.
You didn't finish your sentence idiot. Learn english before making yourself look retarded
What did the show actually do with that though? It showcases a number of unpleasant and supposedly humorous or cringe-worthy scenarios that might befall such a character. What is the show trying to evoke in its audience? A nudge to encourage introspection to those who can relate? The comedic tone discourages this interpretation.
All I could see was a sequence of comically miserable situations for Tomoko to go through as an attempt at humour. If the intention was indeed to show as depressing a caricature of the audience with the hopes that it might spark introspection on their part, then why did the show never depict any progress being made by Tomoko? Some short lived attempts were made by her, mostly in delusion and always ending in spectacular failure. Is the show trying to say that those who empathise with Tomoko are damned to remain that way forever?
Maybe I'm just on the wrong track entirely.
>I'd a Tomoko.
>I had a Tomoko.
Maybe learn how to expand contractions before criticising someone else's aptitude in the English language.