Working Buddies! Episode 1: I Don’t Think So

Overview:

Cats working and learning about work. Sure.

Review:

Okay, I knew just from reading the description that clearly this anime is aimed at a much younger audience. And for four minutes it isn’t intolerable to watch, there just isn’t any point for anyone older than ten.

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But, if you do want to learn that you should wear you uniform neatly and make sure your name badge faces the right way up, maybe this will work for you. I did find the work hard message was laid on a little bit thickly even for a kids show.

So, this has the distinction of being my first absolute drop of the year. It will find company soon I am sure.


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8 thoughts on “Working Buddies! Episode 1: I Don’t Think So

  1. The work hard thing is a very impactful mentality of Japanese working society, so it doesn’t surprise me that they’d put it into a kids show. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t disappointed as to what this show ended up being because… well I just love cats, hahaha. When I first saw the screen-caps going around, I figured it would be something along the lines of Bananya. Gonna pass on this one.

  2. I spent two minutes looking at the description and the connection between cats yesterday and then I saw the first seen and I was like, nope, I’m out.

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