History Manga / AzumangaDaioh

24th Jun '18 7:54:42 PM nombretomado
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* NightmareFuelStationAttendant: This applies to both [[KillerRabbit Kamineko]] and Osaka, who achieves this status following the infamous [[FunnyMoments "knife incident"]] (explained on the character sheet).

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* NightmareFuelStationAttendant: This applies to both [[KillerRabbit Kamineko]] and Osaka, who achieves this status following the infamous [[FunnyMoments [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "knife incident"]] (explained on the character sheet).
9th Jun '18 1:52:27 PM nombretomado
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* IncomingHam: Chiyo-father (voiced by Creator/NorioWakamoto) introduces his CrowningMomentOfFunny when he [[MindScrew suddenly floats through a window]] and greets the baffled Osaka with a heart- and hamful '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFBZBAbbKt8 HARRO EVERYNYAN]]'''.

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* IncomingHam: Chiyo-father (voiced by Creator/NorioWakamoto) introduces his CrowningMomentOfFunny SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} when he [[MindScrew suddenly floats through a window]] and greets the baffled Osaka with a heart- and hamful '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFBZBAbbKt8 HARRO EVERYNYAN]]'''.
14th May '18 4:15:54 PM urutapu
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* AdaptedOut: A fair amount of content and jokes from the manga don't make it into the anime, such as everything involving the McDonald's {{Expy}} that Chiyo, Osaka and​ Tomo briefly work at {Though a close up shot of the cup Kagura drank from in the 19th episode reveals that it came from that same restaurant}, or the dream Tomo had involving Chiyo and a button. And since some events happen earlier in the anime, Kagura's involvement in certain scenes is removed entirely due to her not joining the main cast's class yet, most notably her absence from the anime's version of the Hiccups chapter.

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* AdaptedOut: A fair amount of content and jokes from the manga don't make it into the anime, such as everything involving the McDonald's {{Expy}} that Chiyo, Osaka and​ Tomo briefly work at {Though (though a close up shot of the cup Kagura drank from in the 19th episode reveals that it came from that same restaurant}, restaurant), or the dream Tomo had involving Chiyo and a button. And since some events happen earlier in the anime, Kagura's involvement in certain scenes is removed entirely due to her not joining the main cast's class yet, most notably her absence from the anime's version of the Hiccups chapter.
14th May '18 4:09:00 PM marston
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* AdaptationExpansion: Because of the differences between the ''yonkoma'' format and TV anime format, several jokes are expanded upon in the anime. Most notable are the "Get motivated!" scene, which becomes an OverlyLongGag, and the scene of Osaka waking up Yukari with a knife, which adds Chiyo freaking out at seeing Osaka with a knife.

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* AdaptationExpansion: Because of the differences between the ''yonkoma'' format and TV anime format, several jokes are expanded upon in the anime. Most notable are the "Get motivated!" scene, which becomes an OverlyLongGag, and the scene of Osaka waking up Yukari with a knife, which adds Chiyo freaking out at seeing Osaka with a knife. There's also several scenes made exclusively​ for the anime, and Episode 19 is completely original with nothing from the manga in it.
*AdaptedOut: A fair amount of content and jokes from the manga don't make it into the anime, such as everything involving the McDonald's {{Expy}} that Chiyo, Osaka and​ Tomo briefly work at {Though a close up shot of the cup Kagura drank from in the 19th episode reveals that it came from that same restaurant}, or the dream Tomo had involving Chiyo and a button. And since some events happen earlier in the anime, Kagura's involvement in certain scenes is removed entirely due to her not joining the main cast's class yet, most notably her absence from the anime's version of the Hiccups chapter.
14th May '18 2:40:30 PM urutapu
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* BlahBlahBlah: Yukari speaks to a foreigner in English, which the viewer isn't supposed to understand anyway. In the English dub, this turns into French (or to be more specific, [[https://a.pomf.cat/ttuksb.mp4 literally just saying "blah, blah, blah" over and over]]).

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* BlahBlahBlah: Yukari speaks to a foreigner in English, English ([[KeepItForeign or in the English dub, French]]), which the viewer isn't supposed to understand anyway. In anyway--so what the English dub, this turns into French (or to be more specific, two are ''actually'' saying is [[https://a.pomf.cat/ttuksb.mp4 literally just saying "blah, blah, blah" over and over]]).
14th May '18 2:34:40 PM urutapu
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** Chihiro, Karoin's best friend, gets hit with this even more than Sakaki and Kaorin herself. She starts out as a reoccurring character who frequently hangs out with Kaorin and Yomi, even sharing the latter's {{Only Sane Man}} tendencies in contrast to Tomo and having even more screentime in the first several anime episodes. But when the third year starts up, she becomes a non-speaking background character who doesn't even get a single line of dialogue in the final episode, while in the manga she straight up vanishes and is never seen again.

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** Chihiro, Karoin's Kaorin's best friend, gets hit with this even more than Sakaki and Kaorin herself. She starts out as a reoccurring recurring character who frequently hangs out with Kaorin and Yomi, even sharing the latter's {{Only Sane Man}} tendencies in contrast to Tomo and having even more screentime in the first several anime episodes. But when the third year starts up, she becomes a non-speaking background character who doesn't even get a single line of dialogue in the final episode, while in the manga she straight up vanishes and is never seen again.
14th May '18 2:24:55 PM marston
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**Chihiro, Karoin's best friend, gets hit with this even more than Sakaki and Kaorin herself. She starts out as a reoccurring character who frequently hangs out with Kaorin and Yomi, even sharing the latter's {{Only Sane Man}} tendencies in contrast to Tomo and having even more screentime in the first several anime episodes. But when the third year starts up, she becomes a non-speaking background character who doesn't even get a single line of dialogue in the final episode, while in the manga she straight up vanishes and is never seen again.
13th May '18 5:44:22 PM IukaSylvie
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* MutualEnvy: [[JustAKid Chiyo-chan]] wishes she was [[TallDarkAndBishoujo tall and cool]] like Sakaki, whereas [[HugeSchoolgirl Sakaki]] wishes she were [[TheCutie small and cute]] like Chiyo-chan.

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* MutualEnvy: [[JustAKid Chiyo-chan]] wishes she was [[TallDarkAndBishoujo [[AloofDarkHairedGirl tall and cool]] like Sakaki, whereas [[HugeSchoolgirl Sakaki]] wishes she were [[TheCutie small and cute]] like Chiyo-chan.
29th Apr '18 8:44:56 PM ryanswan2
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** When all the girls arrive at Chiyo Chan's house after Mayaa reunites with Sakaki in episode 24, she and Chiyo agree to sleep over for the night at the end.

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** When all the girls arrive at Chiyo Chan's house [[spoiler: after Mayaa reunites with Sakaki Sakaki]] in episode 24, she and Chiyo agree to sleep over for the night at the end.
29th Apr '18 8:42:47 PM ryanswan2
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* GoToSleepEnding:
** Episode 12 ends with Chiyo Chan going to bed. Which is fitting because the whole episode involves her going about her school day; beginning with her waking up.
** When all the girls arrive at Chiyo Chan's house after Mayaa reunites with Sakaki in episode 24, she and Chiyo agree to sleep over for the night at the end.
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