A love story about power, strife and the inability to make the first move, Kaguya Sama: Love Is War is one of the funniest anime series out there right now. Miyuki Shirogane, the president of the student council, and his vice president, Kaguya Shinomiya both have a case of first-time-love, luckily for each other. The two admittedly refuse to acknowledge their feelings and hope that through pointless struggles they can make the other one confess first. Through a series of unfortunate, and utterly hilarious, events, we get to watch these two characters fall deeper into love as they struggle for power.
Some of the best quotes come from the couple, such as the imaginary Kaguya that Shirogane is often afraid of. In response to almost any of his romantic advancements, he always fears her smiling face and judgemental stare as she says, "How cute." Of course, the best girl from the series is Chika Fujiwara, the agent of chaos that always seems to be getting in the way of any progress between the two. Her oblivious nature always gives her hilarious lines, such as the time she helped Shirogane train for volleyball. Watching him with bandaids on her hands and multiple bruises, she cries, "I raised that boy."
With so many great lines, it's hard to choose, so make sure to vote up all your favorite quotes from Kaguya Sama: Love Is War!
- The imaginary Kaguya that Shirogane always imagines in every single episode, teasing him for his emotions.
*Fujiwara is on the verge of tears after helping Shirogane train endlessly to get better at volleyball.*
Kaguya: Miss Fujiwara?
Fujiwara: I raised that boy.
Kaguya: You're his mother?!
Ishigami: I think she has the skills of a trained assassin.
Shirogane: A trained assassin?
Ishigami: Using the corner of a couch to strangle me... That's a pro!
Shirogane: What do you think Shinomiya is?
Ishigami: My guess is she's a natural-born serial killer. I can see it in her eyes.
Kaguya: Hayasaka! Come quick!
Hayasaka: Wh-What is it?
Kaguya: The Internet is broken!
Hayasaka: *Thinking* It must be the major incident of the century.