Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day (Anime) Quick Review

Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day or Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae o Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai is an anime about a dude who starts to see his dead childhood friend one summer and decides to help her cross over.

It IS one of the saddest damn thing I’ve watched. I mean, quite shorter but on par with Goblin amount of tears. Was it worth it? Damn yes it was! Crying is fun! I do it for fun! It’s one of my favorite activity! C’mon, ya’ll need more tears in your life!

Ahem, all sarcasms aside, this was really good even with the… well… “strangest” moments. Anyways, it’s good. It’s visually appealing and the story was really worth it.

Don’t feel bad if you cry, lot’s of man lost their manliness the day they watched the last episode. There was a lot of onions that were cut that day. Don’t worry about it. You’re not alone.

I Give Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day: fantarating5_55/5 Fantas.

There’s no need for any lower ratings. This anime is a classic. If you haven’t seen it, you’re missing something. Watch it so we can all cry together! This anime is like the Shounen of Orange but you can definitely enjoy this regardless of your gender.

Hey, I’m on a roll! 2 super sad anime in a row? What is this? A “cry-your-face-of” streak? Nah, it just goes with my mood. And on xmas eve I was in the mood to cry, so I did. And it was amazing! Sadly, though, I cried so bad for 2 days I had the most massive headache and then I had to endure a family dinner with the drunk uncles… That I would not recommend. It was painful. Still, I regret nothing! I’m sorry, I’m really weird. Don’t worry about it.

But, anyways, I wish you folks an amazing week and I’ll come by in another week! Cya~

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