>repeated 3 times in slow motion from different angles
Tonari no Seki-kun is good and funny, but it abuses this a lot. Don't know why.
Pretty much why Nichijou was shit
>Character A says/does something unconventional
>Character B yells something along the lines of "THAT'S NOT NORMAL"
I hate manzai humour.
>manzai comedy is only humor japs can properly understand
I'm so sick of it.
>character is dry and sarcastic
>/a/ take everything she says seriously
>makes fun of japan for not knowing what sarcasm is
Careful with that edge, buddy
>Tsundere beats up MC brutally for no reason
>It's supposed to be funny
I don't get why nips find this funny. Especially if the person getting beaten up didn't even do anything wrong, or there was some misunderstanding.
I feel like we should have moved past this after Love Hina.
I though that was pretty funny in Angel Beats.
Who are you guys quoting?
It's basically the same shit with western sitcom
Shut the fuck up.
Beating someone up is the very basic level of comedy. It's like the very rock bottom, easiest to make, gives the cheapest laughs. It only shows how incompetent author is and how much he sucks at writing anything.
>the girls in Nichibros
>guy said something
"If it's funny once, it's funny every time!" - Japan, on humor.
Girls there weren't supposed to be humorous. They were hard bitches who beat up honest bros. And comedy there lies in contrast of how girls usually represented in anime.
>Person A does\says something
>Person B: "He's an idiot"
>Person C:"He's an idiot, isn't he?"
>Person D:"Definitely an idiot"
>Girl whispers "baka" after the MC doesn't pick up on her hints
>Character explains something
>The other character reformulates everything the other guy said in the form of a question
I sure hope so, their scenes were so unfunny they actually detracted from the rest