MarkoPieraldi's Collection
MarkoPieraldi's Collection
I have been really wanting to make a TOP 5 of my favorite Romantic/Comedy anime's. So, I compiled a list of my favorites. If you all want a Part 2, let me know and I'll definitely make one! 5. Special A (S.A.) PLOT: The story revolves around Hikari Hanazono and Kei Takishima, as well as their Special A Poster friends and fellow members of S·A. Hikari Hanazono has always been second to Kei Takishima. When they were six years old, their pro-wrestling loving fathers introduced them to each other. Assuming that she was the best in wrestling, young Hikari challenged Kei to a wrestling match only to be thoroughly defeated by him. Ever since that fateful incident, Hikari swore to beat Kei in school grades, sporting events or any competition. To do this, she has enrolled in the same school as Kei since elementary. Now she attends Hakusenkan, an ultra elite school, that costs her carpenter father a lot of money. Hikari and Kei are the top two students in the school, with Kei holding firmly to that number one position. While Hikari considers Kei to be a rival and important friend, she is completely unaware that Kei is in love with her. The story primarily focuses on Hikari and her constant attempts to defeat her one and only rival, Kei, and how she finds love in their rivalry 4. Kimi Ni Todoke (From Me To You) PLOT: Sawako Kuronuma - dubbed Sadako by her classmates for her resemblance to the character from The Ring - has always been feared and misunderstood because of her appearance; rumors around school report that she can see ghosts and curse people. However, despite her ominous appearance, she is actually a sweet and timid girl who only longs to be able to make friends and be liked by everyone else. When her idol, the popular boy Kazehaya, begins talking with her, everything changes. She finds herself in a new world, making new friends and talking to different people, and she can't thank Kazehaya enough for giving her these opportunities. Slowly, but surely, a sweet love blossoms between the two as they overcome circumstances and obstacles that stand in their way. 3. Say, I Love You (Sukitte Ii Na Yo) PLOT: Quiet and unassuming Mei Tachibana has spent her high school years without making friends or getting a boyfriend because of a childhood incident that left her believing that people will betray each other sooner or later. She encounters a popular boy named Yamato Kurosawa, he becomes interested in her, and it is through their tentative friendship and blossoming relationship that Mei ultimately begins to branch out and befriend others. 2. Ao Haru Ride (Blue Spring Ride) PLOT: Futaba Yoshioka wants to "reset" her life. In junior high, girls ostracized Futaba because too many junior high boys liked her. The only boy Futaba liked, Kou Tanaka, moved away before she could tell him how she felt. Now in high school, Futaba is determined to fit in with all the other girls. She acts unladylike so her new friends won't become jealous of her. While living her new life contentedly, she meets Kou again, but he now uses the name Kou Mabuchi and has a cold attitude. He tells her that he liked her too in junior high, but feels differently now. 1. Kaichou Wa Maid-Sama PLOT: Once an all-boys school, Seika High, a renowned school full of reckless and filthy students, has recently become a co-ed school. However, with the female population still remaining a minority even after the change over the recent years, Misaki Ayuzawa takes it into her own hands to reform the school and allow a chance for the girls to feel safer in the rough environment. Even the teachers are on her side. Training, studying and even becoming the first female student council president of the school, Misaki has gained a reputation, among the male students body as an uptight boy-hating demon dictator and as a shining hope for the teachers and fellow female students. However, despite her tough-as-nails appearance, she secretly works part-time at a maid café in order to support her family. Unfortunately, her secret is soon discovered by Takumi Usui, a popular boy at Seika High. I just want to take a second and praise the art style or both "Kimi Ni Todoke" and "Ao Haru Ride". It's absolutely breathtaking and beautiful, I love both of these anime's in particular more because of it! "Say, I Love You" has pretty good animation too, there eyes sparkle so beautifully. Sawako says Good-Bye for now! 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4 Misconceptions About Healthy Relationships.
We seem to take way to much relationship advice from RomComs. Its hard not to when we see super attractive men pinning after such pretty girls with such relatable personalities. Things aways work out for them in the end and they just look so happy...for the last 5 minutes of the movie when their kiss obviously starts fire works. But in reality, healthy, real relationships aren't like that. And if we keep falling pray to these misconceptions then we might be doomed to stay single, or worse, be in a terrible relationship, forever. 1. A healthy relationship doesn't involve fighting. This is the biggest misconception about healthy relationships. Fighting is totally normal when two DIFFERENT people are dating each other. Unless your dating yourself (cough Kanye cough), you are bound to get into some fights. The difference is that in healthy relationships, fights never include low blows, words to purposely hurt the other one, and there is absolutely no physical violence. 2. In a healthy relationship, sex happens all the time and it is always mind blowing. Sex is a big part of relationships but it is certainly not the most important. In healthy relationships, life does get in the way sometimes. Work is crazy, weekends are busy and you get tired. What's more important then feeling the need to have sex every night is being comfortable enough that you can just snuggle with each other and enjoy catching up on some much needed rest together. 3. People in healthy relationships can read each others minds. No, no, no, no, no. I think people forget that even though its a great, healthy relationship, that doesn't mean you are going to win at charades every time. Besides, being able to read minds would make the relationship SOOOO BORING. Healthy relationships embrace the weird, the crazy, the bizarre thoughts that they themselves would never even think about. 4. When your in a healthy relationship you agree on pretty much everything. Its kind of like reading each others minds....agreeing on everything gets boring and offers no room for personal and couple growth. You are allowed to disagree on how to water plants, what to have for dinner, even who should be president. As long as your morals and your core values line up, disagreements and compromise are going to be huge parts of any relationship.