Ecchi na Shintai Sokutei Anime Edition Episode 1

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Jun 20, 2024
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Okay, so like, "Ecchi na Shintai Sokutei Anime Edition Episode 1" is totally a mouthful, even for a grown-up! It's about this, um, "doctor" named Sensei (I think he's actually a teacher, but whatever) who REALLY likes taking measurements...of girls...in his class. See, there's this whole thing about measuring their height and weight, but it's like, SUPER awkward 'cause Sensei gets REALLY handsy, especially with this one girl, Kouda.

Kouda is like the main girl in this episode. She's super shy and kinda acts like a scared kitten, especially when Sensei starts getting all touchy-feely during the "check-up". Like, he keeps commenting on how "small" and "soft" everything is, which is kinda creepy, even for a third-grader like me. It's like he's describing a teddy bear, but, you know, in a weird way.

So, Sensei is all, "Oh no, your measurements are all wrong! Let me fix that," and then, BAM! Things get REALLY inappropriate, like coloring outside the lines with a giant marker inappropriate. He even uses this weird thing he calls a "reward" for Kouda. It's basically like when my dog does something good, and I give him a treat, but instead of a treat, it's, well, let's just say it's not something you learn about in school.

The messed-up thing is Kouda kinda goes along with it, but she seems confused, like when you try to explain the internet to your grandma. It's all like a big, confusing mess, and you're left wondering what just happened.

The whole story is set in this school, which is weird 'cause shouldn't schools be about learning stuff, not this?! It's like they took a boring math class and turned it into something...weird and icky.

And the ironic twist? After everything that happened, Kouda gets sick! It's like the universe is trying to tell Sensei he did something bad!

So yeah, "Ecchi na Shintai Sokutei Anime Edition Episode 1" is definitely NOT something you should watch with your parents. It's confusing, kinda gross, and definitely gives you the "ick" factor. Honestly, I think I need a juice box and a nap after trying to understand all that.