‘Saucy bondage & plenty of nuns’…ah, Japanese anime

Everyday, inexplicable Japanese pictures like this show up in my RSS reader as just a truncated message with a hinky picture…
tomodachi-ga-sukunai anime

Even seeing the front view of the above animated GIF did not help explain what the hell I was looking at…
tomodachi-ga-sukunai front view

Finally I was forced to go the source, Sankaku Complex (Not Safe For Work or your sanity) to learn that
white space is good for the soul
quoter leftOnce again Tomodachi ga Sukunai NEXT demonstrates the importance of personal hygiene to its cast with more bathing service, in addition to featuring saucy bondage and plenty of nuns for varietymorequoter right
Sankaku Complex | 2013/02/23 (NSFW): Tomodachi ga Sukunai NEXT Sexy Bathing Anime.
 
 
Ah, it’s just Japanese anime.

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2 thoughts on “‘Saucy bondage & plenty of nuns’…ah, Japanese anime”

  1. In way of additional explanation:
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    Wikipedia:
    Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai (僕は友達が少ない?, lit. I Have Few Friends), also known as Haganai (はがない?), is a Japanese light novel series written by Yomi Hirasaka, illustrated by Buriki
    An original video animation episode was released on September 26, 2012. A second anime season, Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai NEXT, began airing on January 11, 2013

    Plot
    Kodaka Hasegawa is a recent transfer student to St. Chronica’s Academy, a Catholic high school. As with every other school he has ever attended, he finds it difficult to make friends there because of his naturally-blond hair (inherited from his deceased English mother) and fierce-looking eyes, which make him look threatening to his prejudiced schoolmates.

    One day, Kodaka accidentally comes across the equally solitary and very abrasive Yozora Mikazuki while she converses with her imaginary friend, Tomo. Realizing that neither of them have any social lives, they decide that the best way to improve their situation is to form a club–the Neighbor’s Club (隣人部 Rinjin-bu?)–precisely intended to make friends and learn social skills.
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