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* {{Pun}}: Many of the jokes in both versions utilize Japanese wordplay, a staple of the {{4koma}} genre.

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* {{Pun}}: Many of the jokes in both versions utilize Japanese wordplay, a staple of the {{4koma}} {{yonkoma}} genre.


* {{Adorkable}}: Pretty much all of the main characters, but especially Tsumiki.


%% * HelloNurse: Io is a rare male example.


* ParodySue: Io's particular character trait is being irresistible to girls (and clueless about it) and incredibly competent in everything the cast has to do (except technology which is Mayoi's field) but it's usually (and [[TropesAreTools effectively]]) PlayedForLaughs against Sakaki failing miserably.

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* ParodySue: Io's particular character trait is being irresistible to girls (and clueless about it) and incredibly competent in everything the cast has to do (except technology which is Mayoi's field) but it's usually (and [[TropesAreTools [[Administrivia/TropesAreTools effectively]]) PlayedForLaughs against Sakaki failing miserably.


* FlatCharacter: All of them. [[TropesAreTools Nearly all of the gags play off their exaggerated personalities and traits.]]

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* FlatCharacter: All of them. [[TropesAreTools [[Administrivia/TropesAreTools Nearly all of the gags play off their exaggerated personalities and traits.]]


The [[MundaneMadeAwesome common is often extraordinary]] - whether it's a game of kick-the-can, air hockey, or frisbee, home economics class, or a walk home. {{Slapstick}}, [[{{Nosebleed}} nosebleeds]], and [[AnimalMotifs cat references]] are nearly constant and extremely cute. The series is one big {{WAFF}}-inducing cutefest punctuated by jokes and taken UpToEleven.

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The [[MundaneMadeAwesome common is often extraordinary]] - whether it's a game of kick-the-can, air hockey, or frisbee, home economics class, or a walk home. {{Slapstick}}, [[{{Nosebleed}} nosebleeds]], and [[AnimalMotifs cat references]] are nearly constant and extremely cute. The series is one big {{WAFF}}-inducing SugarWiki/{{WAFF}}-inducing cutefest punctuated by jokes and taken UpToEleven.


** Hime and Tsumiki's [[{{Nosebleed}} nosebleeds]]
** Tsumiki's [[SproutingEars cat ears]]

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** Hime and Tsumiki's [[{{Nosebleed}} nosebleeds]]
nosebleeds]].
** Tsumiki's [[SproutingEars cat ears]]ears]].



* CloudCuckooLander: Sakaki and Mayoi have very interesting thought processes. Io even {{lampshaded}} this calling them "Team Chaos" during Episode 3-A, they accept the moniker in stride.

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* CloudCuckooLander: Sakaki and Mayoi have very interesting thought processes. Io even {{lampshaded}} {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this calling them "Team Chaos" during Episode 3-A, they accept the moniker in stride.



* EngagingConversation: [[SupremeChef Io's]] [[ImpossiblyDeliciousFood cooking]] in the Episode 3 elicits this reaction from all viewing girls.
* EpicFail: Sakaki's attempt at the "longer your sparkler stays on, the more popular you are" game. His sparkler fell the moment he lit it.

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* EngagingConversation: [[SupremeChef Io's]] [[ImpossiblyDeliciousFood cooking]] in the Episode 3 elicits this reaction from all viewing girls.
* EpicFail: Sakaki's attempt at the "longer your sparkler stays on, the more popular you are" game. His sparkler fell falls the moment he lit lights it.



* FailuresOnIce: Mayoi made two of the biggest in Episode 13: landing on her face and elbow-slamming Sakaki by accident.
* FeminineWomenCanCook: {{Discussed}} by the girls. Poor Mayoi can't cook though.

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* FailuresOnIce: Mayoi made makes two of the biggest in Episode 13: landing on her face and elbow-slamming Sakaki by accident.
* FeminineWomenCanCook: {{Discussed}} {{Discussed|Trope}} by the girls. Poor Mayoi can't cook though.



* GeckoEnding: Due to the manga still going on at this point, and anime ended with thirteen episodes.

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* GeckoEnding: Due to the manga still going on at this point, and the anime ended ends with thirteen episodes.



* IronButtmonkey: Mayoi gets her head thrown through concrete walls and takes a frisbee to the ''neck'' and gets back up a few seconds later. Sakaki has taken two frisbees to the face and gotten continually blasted by fireworks both unharmed.
* LapPillow: Tsumiki provides one for a snoozing Io in Episode 7. [[note]](This was heavily enjoyed by Mayoi, Sakaki, and Hime who took pictures and got a nosebleed, respectively.)[[/note]]

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* IronButtmonkey: Mayoi gets her head thrown through concrete walls and takes a frisbee to the ''neck'' and gets back up a few seconds later. Sakaki has taken takes two frisbees to the face and gotten gets continually blasted by fireworks both unharmed.
* LapPillow: Tsumiki provides one for a snoozing Io in Episode 7. [[note]](This was is heavily enjoyed by Mayoi, Sakaki, and Hime who took takes pictures and got gets a nosebleed, respectively.)[[/note]]



* LethalChef: Mayoi. Thankfully, no one tried her half-cooked, demon-faced egg mountain.

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* LethalChef: Mayoi. Thankfully, no one tried tries her half-cooked, demon-faced egg mountain.



* MaybeEverAfter: [[spoiler:At this time, the anime's ending doesn't exactly resolve the question ofIo and Tsumiki's relationship.]] The manga may have. [[note]]The anime consistently portrays Io being closer to Tsumiki (they end most episodes alone with each other, for one thing) than the other girls and the general absence of CharacterDevelopment means that no one else gets closer to him.[[/note]]

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* MaybeEverAfter: [[spoiler:At this time, the anime's ending doesn't exactly resolve the question ofIo of Io and Tsumiki's relationship.]] The manga may have. [[note]]The anime consistently portrays Io being closer to Tsumiki (they end most episodes alone with each other, for one thing) than the other girls and the general absence of CharacterDevelopment means that no one else gets closer to him.[[/note]]



** UpToEleven in Episode 4 where Io's statements during their school tv interview cause all the girl in class (and presumably other classes) to shoot blood everywhere.

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** UpToEleven in Episode 4 where Io's statements during their school tv TV interview cause all the girl in class (and class(and presumably other classes) to shoot blood everywhere.



** Tsumiki pulled a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgSAOxwr0xE parrying move]] against [[Franchise/StreetFighter Xia-Li's Super Move]], then finished it off with a Shun Goku Satsu Super Move.

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** Tsumiki pulled pulls a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgSAOxwr0xE parrying move]] against [[Franchise/StreetFighter Xia-Li's Super Move]], then finished finishes it off with a Shun Goku Satsu Super Move.



** He does it again in Episode 12 when he tells Mayoi he'll draw eyes on her buns and call her Sergeant if she put frog in her chocolates again.

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** *** He does it again in Episode 12 when he tells Mayoi he'll draw eyes on her buns and call her Sergeant if she put frog in her chocolates again.



** Tsumiki, who's both types. It even gets {{lampshaded}} when she utters an archetypal tsundere line in Episode 1. It's even flat-out stated in the manga. In addition, Tsumiki becomes Type A whenever being teased by Io or embarassed.

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** Tsumiki, who's both types. It even gets {{lampshaded}} {{lampshade|Hanging}}d when she utters an archetypal tsundere line in Episode 1. It's even flat-out stated in the manga. In addition, Tsumiki becomes Type A whenever being teased by Io or embarassed.



** He also pinches Mayoi's cheeks in irritation when she admits that she was not able to bring her notes. {{Justified}} in the fact that the whole idea to have a study session in Io's room was all Mayoi's idea.

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** He also pinches Mayoi's cheeks in irritation when she admits that she was not able to bring her notes. {{Justified}} {{Justified|Trope}} in the fact that the whole idea to have a study session in Io's room was all Mayoi's idea.


* {{Adorkable}}: Tsumiki, especially, but pretty much every main character.

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* {{Adorkable}}: Tsumiki, especially, but pretty Pretty much every all of the main character.characters, but especially Tsumiki.



* BadassAdorable: Tsumiki. She will throw you into walls, blast through giant snowballs, and even kick your virtual ass in fighting games.

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* BadassAdorable: BadassAdorable / CuteBruiser: Tsumiki. She will can throw you into walls, blast through giant snowballs, and even kick your virtual ass in fighting games.games, and look cute while doing it.


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* TokenMiniMoe: Tsumiki is by far the shortest character.


'''''Place to Place''''' (''Acchi Kocchi'' | あっちこっち) is a {{seinen}} {{slice of life}} {{yonkoma}} manga that was adapted into a [[ThirteenEpisodeAnime 13 episode anime series]] during the Spring2012Anime season.

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'''''Place to Place''''' (''Acchi Kocchi'' | あっちこっち) is a {{seinen}} {{slice of life}} {{yonkoma}} manga that was adapted into a [[ThirteenEpisodeAnime 13 episode [[TwelveEpisodeAnime 13-episode anime series]] during the Spring2012Anime season.


* StalkerWithACrush: Mayoi hypothesizes this regarding Tsumiki's [[Contrived Coincidence morning run-ins was systematic to meet with Io]]. She's dead on.

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* StalkerWithACrush: Mayoi hypothesizes this regarding Tsumiki's [[Contrived Coincidence [[ContrivedCoincidence morning run-ins was systematic to meet with Io]]. She's dead on.


* ShrinkingViolet: Hime, but not painfully shy, but more into not get into situations her friends put her through.



* ShrinkingViolet: Hime, but not painfully shy, but more into not get into situations her friends put her through.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The characters tend to discuss a lot the fact that Hime (whose name means "princess") is very feminine and acts cutely, while Mayoi is the exact opposite. Interestingly enough, they are both mediated by Tsumiki who has both girlish and boyish qualifies.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The characters tend to discuss a lot the fact that Hime (whose name means "princess") is very feminine and acts cutely, while Mayoi is the exact opposite. Interestingly enough, they are both mediated by Tsumiki who has both girlish and boyish qualifies.



* VerbalTic: Interestingly used. Tsumiki has a recurring cat motif but hardly ever uses cat onomatopoeia when it's not being invoked. Mayoi on the other hand tends to throw a 'Nya' into every other sentence.



* VerbalTic: Interestingly used. Tsumiki has a recurring cat motif but hardly ever uses cat onomatopoeia when it's not being invoked. Mayoi on the other hand tends to throw a 'Nya' into every other sentence.


* ImagineSpot: Each character has one, but Tsumiki's ''always'' has to do with Io.



* LapPillow: Tsumiki provides one for a snoozing Io in Episode 7. [[note]](This was heavily enjoyed by Mayoi, Sakaki, and Hime who took pictures and got a nosebleed, respectively.)[[/note]]
%% * LargeHam: Mayoi and Sakaki.



* ImagineSpot: Each character has one, but Tsumiki's ''always'' has to do with Io.
* LapPillow: Tsumiki provides one for a snoozing Io in Episode 7. [[note]](This was heavily enjoyed by Mayoi, Sakaki, and Hime who took pictures and got a nosebleed, respectively.)[[/note]]
%% * LargeHam: Mayoi and Sakaki.


* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: Tsumiki can occasionally display a rather poor grasp on her superhuman strength (compared to the other characters).



* DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength: Tsumiki can occasionally display a rather poor grasp on her superhuman strength (compared to the other characters).


* BrickJoke: Tsumiki's use of her superhuman strength and power, which ends in hilarious results.



* BrickJoke: Tsumiki's use of her superhuman strength and power, which ends in hilarious results.


This series follows a [[RagtagBunchOfMisfits group]] of five first-year best friends [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin going from place to place]]. The interaction between the [CatGirl cat-like]] [[{{tsundere}} Tsumiki Miniwa]] and the [[TheStoic stoic]] {{megane}} Io Otonashi, her best friend [[PatientChildhoodLoveInterest and longtime crush]], drives a lot of the plot. With them, the [[{{The Ditz}} ditzy]] [[CuteClumsyGirl Hime Haruno]], [[GenkiGirl excitable]] [[GadgeteerGenius Mayoi Katase]], and goofball [[ButtMonkey Sakaki Inui]] add their own flairs to the group.

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This series follows a [[RagtagBunchOfMisfits group]] of five first-year best friends [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin going from place to place]]. The interaction between the [CatGirl [[CatGirl cat-like]] [[{{tsundere}} Tsumiki Miniwa]] and the [[TheStoic stoic]] {{megane}} Io Otonashi, her best friend [[PatientChildhoodLoveInterest and longtime crush]], drives a lot of the plot. With them, the [[{{The Ditz}} ditzy]] [[CuteClumsyGirl Hime Haruno]], [[GenkiGirl excitable]] [[GadgeteerGenius Mayoi Katase]], and goofball [[ButtMonkey Sakaki Inui]] add their own flairs to the group.

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