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YMMV: Daily Lives of High School Boys
  • Ear Worm: ''Ba Ba Ba Ba Ra Ri Ra Ba Ba Ba"
  • Ensemble Darkhorse:
    • Karasawa, the Literature Girl, Ringo-chan, Habara/Archdemon and NAGO. Several popularity polls in, and Karasawa and Habara in particular seem to have permanently occupied some of the top places, coming in (as of the March 2012 poll) in 1st and 2nd place, respectively.
    • Given Tadakuni has been seriously Out of Focus after the first volume of manga and the fifth episode of anime, his position in the polls—far beyond Hidenori and Yoshitake—also makes him one.
  • Fan Nickname
    • Gilgamesh for Yoshitake, on account of his blonde, slicked-back hair.
    • Nichibros, for the entire series.
    • "The Three Baka," Japanese nickname for the main trio.
    • "Stoner-kun"
  • Friendly Fandoms: The relationship between this show's fandom and Nichijou's fandom, both due to them being similar in name and due to them sharing a genre. Both will argue about which show they think is better, but the arguments never get heated, and both fandoms seem to respect each other and their respective shows. If someone has only seen one show and not the other, fans will often urge them to watch the other as well.
  • Ho Yay: Hidenori and Yoshitake has been prominent, due to their Mistaken for Gay moment, and then there is High School Boys and Annoyances...
  • Memetic Mutation:
    • Would you forgive Habara?
      • NO.
      • Shut the fuck up, Habara.
  • Shipping: If after the author's comment that the series is strictly a comedy with No Hugging and No Kissing, you'd expect that something like this wouldn't happen, you thought wrong. Indeed, there are several fan-favorites just from the anime alone, including but not limited to:
  • Vanilla Protagonist: Inverted with Tadakuni is a Generic Guy with no backstory and has fewer relationships with other characters than his two friends Hidenori and Yoshitake. Tadakuni's suffers from being Out of Focus, with no presence in some episodes and many chapters. His status is often lampshaded. He's Out of Focus after the first volume and episode 5, making him somewhat like an Ensemble Dark Horse.

alternative title(s): Danshi Koukousei No Nichijou
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