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* ConspicuousCG: The hornets in episode 3A.

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* SelfPlagiarism: The ending theme, "Pitti Patty Survibird", borrows liberally from an earlier work by composer Tomoya Kinoshita, "Shikakui Uchu de Matteru yo", one of the endings to ''Manga/{{Saki}}''.


** The entire introduction of the government-employed survival gamers, complete with the car making a jump amidst a fireball, is a frame-by-frame reference to ''Series/Seibu Keisatsu''.

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** The entire introduction of the government-employed survival gamers, complete with the car making a jump amidst a fireball, is a frame-by-frame reference to ''Series/Seibu Keisatsu''.''Series/SeibuKeisatsu''.


** The entire introduction of the government-employed survival gamers, complete with the car making a jump amidst a fireball, is a frame-by-frame reference to ''Seibu Keisatsu'' (西部警察), a [[Main/RatedMForManly macho cop series]] by Toei from the 1980s.

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** The entire introduction of the government-employed survival gamers, complete with the car making a jump amidst a fireball, is a frame-by-frame reference to ''Seibu Keisatsu'' (西部警察), a [[Main/RatedMForManly macho cop series]] by Toei from the 1980s.''Series/Seibu Keisatsu''.


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* PsychoLesbian:ProductionThrowback: In the third OVA, during the girl's sleepover, Kayo's attire is identical to Kyoko's tomato pajamas from ''Manga/YuruYuri'', another anime adaptation by Masahiko Ohta.
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** In the third OVA, during the girl's sleepover, Kayo's attire is identical to Kyoko's tomato pajamas from ''Manga/YuruYuri''.


* TakeThatAudience: The previous show made by the ProductionPosse, ''Manga/KotouraSan'', opened with ten minutes of melodramatic angst before revealing itself to be a romantic comedy. In this show, the narrator takes potshots at the audience for their reaction to ''Kotoura-San'''s beginning over scenes of Momoka dealing with StockShojoBullyingTactics.

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* TakeThatAudience: The previous show made by the ProductionPosse, ''Manga/KotouraSan'', opened with ten minutes of melodramatic angst before revealing itself to be a romantic comedy. In this show, the narrator takes potshots at the audience for their reaction to ''Kotoura-San'''s beginning over scenes of Momoka dealing with StockShojoBullyingTactics.StockShoujoBullyingTactics.


* TakeThatAudience: The narrator does this in Episode 1B when Momoka is dealing with StockShoujoBullyingTactics.
--> '''The Narrator''': Honestly, [[PlotTwist a little bend in the plot]] and everyone starts shouting, "Edgy!". The frailty of society's young minds today is quite troubling!

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* TakeThatAudience: The previous show made by the ProductionPosse, ''Manga/KotouraSan'', opened with ten minutes of melodramatic angst before revealing itself to be a romantic comedy. In this show, the narrator does this in Episode 1B when takes potshots at the audience for their reaction to ''Kotoura-San'''s beginning over scenes of Momoka is dealing with StockShoujoBullyingTactics.
StockShojoBullyingTactics.
--> '''The Narrator''': Honestly, [[PlotTwist Fear not. This is not a depressing anime. For crying out loud... The plot gets a little bend in the plot]] dark and everyone starts shouting, "Edgy!". shouting that it's depressing. The frailty mental weakness of society's young minds today people these days is quite troubling!troubling.


And that wasn't even the strangest thing to happen to her that day. It turns out that the older student, whose name she learns quickly enough was Miou Ootori, goes to the same school she does as an upperclassman. After seeing her walk around with holstered pistols, Momoka's curiosity gets the better of her, and she discretely follows Miou to where she was headed to. Unfortunately, one well-placed booby-trap later, and she gets an unwanted close look at just where exactly Miou was headed to: To the clubhouse of the Survival Club, whose members are nutjobs of the highest order.

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And that wasn't even the strangest thing to happen to her that day. It turns out that the older student, whose name she learns quickly enough was Miou Ootori, goes to the same school she does as an upperclassman. After seeing her walk around with holstered pistols, Momoka's curiosity gets the better of her, and she discretely discreetly follows Miou to where she was headed to. Unfortunately, one well-placed booby-trap later, and she gets an unwanted close look at just where exactly Miou was headed to: To the clubhouse of the Survival Club, whose members are nutjobs of the highest order.


** Momoka's mother pulls out a rather large handgun after Momoka refuses to eat her broccoli in episode 4.

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** Momoka's mother [[HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood pulls out a rather large handgun handgun]] after Momoka refuses to eat her broccoli in episode 4.


** In the fourth OVA, during the girl's sleepover, Kayo's attire is identical to Kyoko's tomato pajamas from ''Manga/YuruYuri''.

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** In the fourth third OVA, during the girl's sleepover, Kayo's attire is identical to Kyoko's tomato pajamas from ''Manga/YuruYuri''.


** The second OVA has the appearance of a being that looks suspiciously like Tinker Bell.

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** The second OVA has the appearance of a being that looks suspiciously like [[Disney/PeterPan Tinker Bell.Bell]].
** In the fourth OVA, during the girl's sleepover, Kayo's attire is identical to Kyoko's tomato pajamas from ''Manga/YuruYuri''.


* ThreeShorts: The format the show follows, with three skits per twenty-two minute episode, ''a la'' ''Manga/ShinryakuIkamusume''.

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* ThreeShorts: The format the show follows, with three skits per twenty-two minute episode, ''a la'' ''Manga/ShinryakuIkamusume''.''Manga/SquidGirl''.


* MexicanStandoff: Momoka and Kayo end up in one, leading Momoka to call it a tie. Kayo agrees, and lowers her weapon, whereupon Momoka immediately [[TryingToCatchMeFightingDirty shoots her in the head]].

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* MexicanStandoff: Momoka and Kayo end up in one, leading Momoka to call it a tie. Kayo agrees, and lowers her weapon, whereupon Momoka immediately [[TryingToCatchMeFightingDirty [[CombatPragmatist shoots her in the head]].


Written and drawn by Hidekichi Matsumoto, ''Sabagebu!'' (さばげぶっ!) is a comedy series serialized in Kodansha's ''Nakayoshi'' magazine since 2010 (which technically makes it a ''{{shoujo}}'' series, strangely enough, though its target demographic would make it seinen instead). It has six compiled volumes out so far, and an animated adaptation by Pierrot+ aired during the Summer2014Anime season.

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Written and drawn by Hidekichi Matsumoto, ''Sabagebu!'' (さばげぶっ!) is a comedy series serialized in Kodansha's ''Nakayoshi'' magazine since from 2010 to 2016 (which technically makes it a ''{{shoujo}}'' series, strangely enough, though its target demographic would make it seinen instead). It has six been compiled volumes out so far, in nine volumes, and an animated adaptation by Pierrot+ aired during the Summer2014Anime season.

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