Tari Tari 04

Tari Tari

<insert inappropriate Sawa riding joke here>

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Meanwhile, Wein nets himself some hero points. And why couldn’t he use goddamn Japanese in the first place if he knows it?!! Dem crazy BR’s Mexicans.

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That’s…. not a very appropriate joke to make to someone’s daughter. ^^;;;;

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Interesting choice of nightwear there, Sawa. She looks fashionable even when she’s sleeping!

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Heck, even mad, she’s cute. Sawaaaaaaaaaaa~~~~

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I must say, these three old dudes are pretty awesome guys once you get to know them.

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Tear’ed up a bit here when they handed over Wakana’s mother’s letter back to her. Must’ve meant a lot to both of them and to her.

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Of course, this week’s post isn’t complete without a shot of ‘Shake those hips bay beh~” wwwwwww

Gotta say, Tari Tari is really clinching a place in my heart as an anime that might just redeem back P.A. Works’ credo in doing slice-of-life shows. After the mess that was Hanasaku Iroha, I was quite worried about them doing this, but it looks like they’ve managed to reclaim back that magic that made true tears and the first half of Hanasaku Iroha awesome. It’s obviously a lot more lighter in tone too, so I’m really enjoying this as it unfolds. On a plus point, they aren’t even really going on rails here either so I can really look forward to seeing what happens every week.


  1. omo Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 2:51 am

    Sawa is just delightful.

  2. suguru Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 2:58 am

    It’s funny, I wasn’t all that impressed with the first episode, but it seems like every week I end up looking forward to this more. I still wonder what kind of relationship chart we’ll end up with, we had Tanaka blushing at one point, but that could have just been awe at Sawa-chan’s “D power” (or possibly even E, I’m not as good at judging that as Imadori was…)

  3. Adanos Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 3:07 am

    So let’s see: They’re a band (presumably) from Mexico, one of them speaks with the pronunciation of a Spaniard, and also the name of the band features an animal that it’s not from Mexico, but from South America (Chile and Argentina, I believe).

    That’s a nice clusterfuck. At least they found some pople who can speak Spanish, I guess.

  4. puppygod Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 4:52 am

    Well, nitpicking, there is a species of condor that does live in Mexico. There is just a few of them left, though.

    On a more positive note, Sawa is indeed all kinds of awesome.

  5. Fencedude Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 7:25 am

    I think that Sawa is incapable of not looking amazing at all times and not being perfect at everythig.

  6. Kurogane Shiroikaze Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 7:34 am

    Indeed. She could probably go out with her nightwear and still turn heads all over.

  7. taichi Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 9:43 am

    argentina played a decent match against dream team

  8. Adanos Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 10:19 am

    @ puppygod

    W-what!? well, but when you think of a Mexican bird you think of an Eagle, not a Condor, right? RIGHT!?

    Also, I believe they should change the name of the anime to Sawa Sawa. We know what’s the most important thing here.

  9. Kmantle Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 1:19 pm

    Me conformo con que no los conviertan en estereotipos negativos

    Also, Sawa FTW!

  10. Son Gohan Said,

    July 24, 2012 @ 10:04 pm

    The trick is not having Mari Okada around to ruin this one. Good job, P.A. Works!

  11. The Hordesman Said,

    July 25, 2012 @ 12:06 am

    There is alot of derp logic in this comment section.

    Fun fact: The Irish group Dervish lacks both dervishes and muslims. It doesn’t prevent them from being called dervish. Band names are often chosen as some kind of inside joke, symbolism or at random, you don’t need to link it to the country of origin. I could go on for a year just mentioning examples of this.

  12. Adanos Said,

    July 25, 2012 @ 1:46 am

    @ The Hordesman

    Yes, of course, not all of the bands of all the countries have to essentially have something referential on their names about their cultures. I just tried to point out something funny, given how the japanese handle stereotypes about strangers (like how almost all the people of USA are blond, etc etc), hence the “nice clusterfuck” part. At least I give them the credit they found someone who can speak Spanish, given the awful Engrish you find everywhere.

    @ Kmantle

    ¿Negativo? nah, no creo, no se ve muchos extranjeros de habla hispana en estas series, muchas veces ponen a gente de Estados Unidos como extranjeros y nada más.

  13. FNG Said,

    July 25, 2012 @ 10:40 am

    First picture caption:

    If your horny, Let’s do it
    Ride it, My Pony
    My saddle’s waiting
    Come and jump on it

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