Jun 20, 2024

Okay, so "Eroriman 2: Electric Boogaloo" is totally trying to be like those cool, grown-up stories. You know, the ones your big brother watches with his friends when you're supposed to be asleep? It's got this salaryman named Michiya who thinks he's sooo smooth with the ladies, like a superhero of love or something. He even has a girlfriend, Mafuyu, who's like the smartest and prettiest girl in school. She's so perfect, it's like she's from another planet!

But here comes the twist: Michiya has this cousin, Mana, who's like a hyperactive puppy that never stops bouncing. She's totally obsessed with Mafuyu (like, in a creepy way) and when she finds out they're dating? Let's just say she's not happy. Imagine your little sister finding your diary – that's the level of drama we're talking about.

So, Mana tries to break them up, which is about as successful as a hamster trying to move a couch. In fact, it totally backfires and things get...weird. Like, imagine mixing skittles and ketchup weird. Let's just say Michiya ends up "helping" Mana understand Mafuyu's "feelings," if you catch my drift.

The ironic part? This whole mess just makes Mafuyu even more obsessed with Michiya! It's like trying to put out a fire with gasoline. And Mana? Well, she's not exactly innocent anymore, if you know what I mean.

The story's full of metaphors, kinda like how my hamster thinks he's king of the world even though he lives in a cage. It's trying to be deep and meaningful, but it's about as subtle as a rhinoceros in a tutu. Still, if you like your stories with a side of cringe and a sprinkle of "what did I just watch?," then "Eroriman 2" is the train wreck you won't be able to look away from.