History Manga / DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys

22nd Mar '17 8:56:48 AM crazysamaritan
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* {{Shiritori}}: The boys had one in Episode 3. Tadakuni happened to have done some of them ''completely by accident''.

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* {{Shiritori}}: ParlorGames: The boys had one play shiritori in Episode 3. Tadakuni happened to have done some of them 3, except for Tadakuni, who hates the game. He then accidentally joins in several rounds ''completely by accident''.
16th Mar '17 5:57:05 AM lalaTKG
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* NoEnding: The manga ends with everyone attending a joint school festival. A lot of plot points aren't resolved, and the series doesn't really make a point of doing so.

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* NoEnding: The manga ends with everyone attending a joint school festival.SchoolFestival. A lot of plot points aren't resolved, and the series doesn't really make a point of doing so.
16th Mar '17 5:56:21 AM lalaTKG
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* NoEnding: The manga ends with everyone attending a joint school festival. A lot of plot points aren't resolved, and the series doesn't really make a point of doing so.
13th Feb '17 8:11:52 AM Basara-kun
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* {{Chuunibyou}}:
** The [[PowerTrio protagonist trio]] are seen as chuunibyous, in which in various scenes they played as they are part of a {{RPG}}.
** Motoharu [[InSeriesNickname the Delinquent]], despite his notoriety as a delinquent, [[InNameOnly he only really looks the part]], and is one of the main group's friends.



* {{Chuunibyou}}:
** The [[PowerTrio protagonist trio]] are seen as chuunibyous, in which in various scenes they played as they are part of a {{RPG}}.
** Motoharu [[InSeriesNickname the Delinquent]], despite his notoriety as a delinquent, [[InNameOnly he only really looks the part]], and is one of the main group's friends.
13th Feb '17 8:10:03 AM Basara-kun
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* {{Chuunibyou}}:
** The [[PowerTrio protagonist trio]] are seen as chuunibyous, in which in various scenes they played as they are part of a {{RPG}}.
** Motoharu [[InSeriesNickname the Delinquent]], despite his notoriety as a delinquent, [[InNameOnly he only really looks the part]], and is one of the main group's friends.
29th Jan '17 11:09:43 AM SamCurt
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* ShoutOut:
** ''High School Boys and Skirts'': Yoshitake [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist transmutes]] a pair of panties. He even mentions EquivalentExchange.
** ''The Daily Life of a Lady'': The titular Lady Yukana looks pretty much like [[LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero Louise de la Valliere]] with the lifestyle of [[Manga/HayateTheCombatButler Nagi Sanzen'in]][[note]]Except she's not voiced by Creator/RieKugimiya -- the voice actress of both girls -- but by Madoka Yonezawa, of ''Manga/KOn'''s Ui Hirasawa fame[[/note]], and is served by three men who look like [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Chili, Cilan, and Cress]].
** ''[[Manga/OnePiece Yonpiece]]'' appeared to be Tadakuni's favorite manga.
** ''High School Girls are Funky -- Resentment'': Yanagin noted that the little band of theirs [[SelfDeprecation is not good enough]] [[Manga/KOn to go to London]].
** ''High School Boys and Indoor Adventure'': This is basically a RealLife ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' RolePlay. One role Hidenori played is ''[[Creator/JohnnyDepp Depp]]''.
** ''High School Boys and Dropkicks'': Hidenori gets a drop kick from Emi while screaming ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Tiro Finale]]!'' -- a nod to [[Creator/KaoriMizuhashi her voice actress's]] role as Mami Tomoe, who originally uttered the line.
** ''High School Girls are Funky -- Women Who Left a Scar'': Karasawa asked Yanagin [[NotSoStoic to allow herself to get a dose]] of his [[Manga/{{Kinnikuman}} Kinniku Buster]] as payback for beating him up back in ''Resentment''.
** The figure Hidenori wanted to get in ''High School Boys and Store Employees'' looks suspiciously like [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Madoka Kaname]] in her MagicalGirl form.
*** The same skit featured [[VideoGame/PuyoPuyo Ponyo Ponyo]] and [[VideoGame/TekKen Kikken]] playing in the background
** The ''trailer'' at the end of episode 12 is a jab at ''Manga/KOn'' again, calling back what happened in ''Resentment''.
4th Dec '16 2:14:26 AM Xtifr
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'''''Daily Lives of High School Boys''''' (also known as ''Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou'', literally meaning ''Daily Lives of All-boys' High School Students'') is a slice-of-life comedy web-published manga from Yasunobu Yamauchi[[note]]Many suspect that he is also the prominent VideoGame/{{Touhou}} {{doujinshi}} artist ''Bomber Grape.''[[/note]]. It follows Yoshitake, Hidenori and Tadakuni, three perfectly normal students at an all-boys' high school and their not-so-normal (read: side-splittingly hilarious) daily routines, and frequently applies several lampshade hangings and parodies of anime tropes.

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'''''Daily ''Daily Lives of High School Boys''''' Boys'' (also known as ''Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou'', literally meaning ''Daily Lives of All-boys' High School Students'') is a slice-of-life comedy web-published manga from Yasunobu Yamauchi[[note]]Many suspect that he is also the prominent VideoGame/{{Touhou}} {{doujinshi}} artist ''Bomber Grape.''[[/note]]. It follows Yoshitake, Hidenori and Tadakuni, three perfectly normal students at an all-boys' high school and their not-so-normal (read: side-splittingly hilarious) daily routines, and frequently applies several lampshade hangings and parodies of anime tropes.
20th Nov '16 7:36:31 AM lalaTKG
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* OvertookTheManga: The anime got this treatment due to two factors: (1) the manga's SketchComedy format means a whole volume of manga can only produce 3 episodes of anime without padding, and (2) Creator/{{Sunrise}} did not pad. The anime practically ran out of original material at the last episode; in which they asked the mangaka to draw two skits for the anime (''High School Boys and Assertiveness'' and ''High School Boys and Getting Hit On'') and made two original skits (''High School Boys and ...'' and the faux ''High School Girls are Funky--TheMovie'' trailer). Of course, being a SliceOfLife anime without much of a plot, they simply ended the season by using BookEnds.
20th Nov '16 7:34:44 AM lalaTKG
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* GraduateFromTheStory: Not in the manga, but in the anime, as they end on the short "High School Boys and...", which focuses on the cast's graduation from high school.[[spoiler:.. until it's revealed that Tadakuni was dreaming the whole thing.]]
16th Nov '16 1:52:14 PM Discar
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* AManIsNotAVirgin: Averted!
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