Not all of us are born to make our romantic partners swoon. If you're socially awkward and unsure of what it's like to date, Say "I Love You" is a perfect show to watch. Mei Tachibana has spent her high school life with no friends to speak of because of a childhood incident. Feeling that betrayals are inevitable, Mei finds it hard to believe when one of the most popular guys in school, Yamato Kurosawa, takes interest in her.Agree or disagree?
A story where love picks up where it ends off, Futaba Yoshioka is an outcast who meets up with her long lost lover, Kou Mabuchi. The two ended their relationship after Kou moved away to live with his late mother, but now that he's back it's as though he's a completely different person! And yet, it seems like there's still a spark there on both ends.Agree or disagree?
Love triangles galore, Toradora! is the adorable show about how love can blossom in ways you'd never imagine. Ryuji Takasu may look like a delinquent because of his eyes, but he's actually a very sweet and loving person. Taiga, on the other hand, is one of the school's scariest people around. While the two have a general dislike towards each other, they do realize that they can help one another out. The two hope to set each other up with their individual crushes, but there are plenty of backfires and plenty of new feelings.Agree or disagree?
As a more serious series, Orange is one of those shows you cannot stop watching and crying over. Naho Takamiya has received a letter from her future self, ten years form now. In the letter, she asks herself to try and prevent one of her "biggest regrets" from happening; all of which revolves around the new transfer student, Kakeru Naruse. As events from the letter become true, Naho and her friends have to desperately try to change the future in one of the biggest ways possible.Agree or disagree?