Cooking Sama

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A new thing from me after long wait !

Cooking is not always simple !



It was a bit too... well I don't know. It made me "WTF" out for about 10 minutes. Wasn't that funny, to be honest.

it doesn't look bad.

what i mean is that it's colored and animated pretty well. but everything about this just absolutely blew. maybe it's my distaste for this sort of campy anime. i think they referr it to kawaii or something. but i cant stand it. and i cant believe it did this well. must have been the lesbian kiss icon. you definitely know how to sell your work. you put into it what every jap fanboy loves in his movie. even tentacles.

What the fuck is up with this shit?

Already, just from the rating, you can tell I'm not into the whole anime thing. Any what was so funny about this? All I saw was some highly stylized (and simplified) characters involved in slapstick and general melodrama. This is an example of what's wrong with flash animation today. I can just see the reactions of many weeaboo NGers: "OMGMG THAT IS SOOOOO KAWIAI, I LOVE THE METAL GEAR SOUNDS AND JAPANESE SEXUAL INNUENDO'S!!! LOLOLOL TENTACLE RAPE! <3<3<3" Well, I'm sorry for not getting it and for having an IQ over 50.

As for you, the users of Newgrounds, go ahead and mark this review as not helpful. It will only further prove that you're all idiots. Chances are, your review consists of one sentence so maybe your the bad reviewer! If the best thing you can do with freedom of speech simply consists of giving anything you remotely enjoy a perfect score, writing one line of praise, and then tracking down all criticism and censoring it... think about what your doing.

:U :W

Great animation, repetitive music, semi-funny situations, food :3


Anime style humor isn't really my cup of tea, at least the animation was nice to look at.

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4.43 / 5.00

Jun 9, 2009
2:02 AM EDT
Comedy - Original
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