Comment on Tomodachi ga Sukunai Little Sister Oral Insertion Anime by SpideyPHL:
It’s a shame, I find this anime legitimately funny, but it (and especially the anime adaptation specifically) focuses so much on the damned lolis I can’t even recommend it to my otaku friends, since we all work at schools with kids that age. It wouldn’t be so bad if it was just the teenagers because, let’s face it, everyone has an eye on teenaged girls at some point or another, but the lolis are too much.
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