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Miki's parents are getting divorced. Why? Because her parents bumped into another married couple, and found that each other's partners suited them better and plan to remarry. While this upsets Miki, the other couple's son, Yuu, doesn't seem to mind this at all. Now all six of them live in the same house and while Miki doesn't like this arrangement, she can't get Yuu out of her mind... Written by
Is love like the bittersweet taste of Marmalade on toast?
This. Anime. RULES!
Well of course it does! I chose to make my IMDB username Koishikawa Miki for a reason, after all. For those who love light romantic comedy (And lots of swirling pastel colours), Marmalade Boy is for you. Thrill to the exploits of Koishikawa Miki, quite possibly the worlds most confused young woman, and Matsuura Yuu who is just too cool for words.
And don't miss the movie either! GASTAMAN!
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