>Yuyushiki threads are more successful than Love Lab threads
Sasuga, /a/. You and your shit tastes.
Eno is best Rabu edition.
Take you generic harem shit and leave.
Maybe the normies will learn and stop telling the more dedicated and contributional yuri fans to abandon future Dogakobo projects.
Don't try to be a shitposting failruser here.
Love Lab ain't a harem, you dolt.
Love lab is great in its comedy and Sayori is best Love Lab.
>generic harem shit
This is sadly true. It really is a harem with Riko as the one everybody wants to rabu
>liking that gigantic pile of trash
It's the yuri undertone that sells it.
ufufu, what's the matter? Did I hurt your feelings when I said Love Lab > Yuyushiki? I didn't imply it was shit, for what it's worth, I simply implied that thinking YYS > LL is shit.
Haven't watched it. Love lab is trash though.
>Sayori is best Love Lab.
I've grown to like her, but she's clearly not first as Riko has been confirmed for it.
>Haven't watched it.
ufufu, I bet you weren't even here for when it aired.
Go back to your /yys/ threads and leave us to wallow in pity.
>1600 bd sales on vol 2
I guess the boyfriends weren't such a good idea.
>I guess the boyfriends weren't such a good idea.
I'd rather them tell a good story than sell out and make it yuri.
It's a good thing that in 8 volumes of the manga the only one who has a boyfriend is the one who had him since the start. I can't believe how retarded /a/ was for thinking the rug was pulled out from under them, the entire point of the series was the budding romance between boys and girls and yet after the previews came out everyone was convinced it was a yuri series. Japan didn't get tricked or anything, it just sold like shit because of shit taste.
Common nigga, how did the boys help tell a story? It was a comedy. They just ruined the appeal.
>how did the boys help tell a story?
The entire plot of the show is them trying to find love. The boys just added to it as love interests. It expands the plot development.
>just ruined the appeal.
If the appeal is for a different plot, I'd rather have it the way it is now than get a season 2. This isn't a generic SoL, and it never intended to be. Yes, it has a bit of it, but that's the not the overall plot. There are plenty of borderline-yuri SoL shows, and, again, I'd rather have it die after season 1 than have it any other way.
What do you think about next anime based on Ruri Miyahara's manga?
I think Nichijou.
This was easy--too easy. Love Lab threads have lost their touch.
where were you when we needed you, Verty?