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Maiku Kamishiro is a high school boy living by himself and trying to make ends meet by working as a programmer. He owns a photograph of himself as a young boy along with a little girl whom he believes is his long-lost twin sister. One day, he meets two cute teenage girls - Miina Miyafuji and Karen Onodera - who possess the very same photograph. Miina, and Karen even have the same eye color as Maiku. After much confusion, Maiku finally allows the two to stay in his house until he can find out which one is his real sister. On top of that, he must fend off the advances of his peers, including the class president and a homosexual classmate. Written by
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Onegai Teacher is my favorite anime, bar none. The first thing that I noticed about Onegai Twins was that it was more sexual Then Onegai Teacher, and far less Sci-fi, doing away with the starships and the Galaxy Federation, although on a few occasions you do see Transfers used. The story really has more of an upbeat feel to it then teacher did aswell. This story is a very light hearted, sweet love story about a guy named Miaku who lives alone, wanting to find out if he has any relatives. Two girls (Miina and Karen) suddenly pop into his life claiming they are his twin sister, but can't really prove it. The love story is more complex then teacher in the fact that it involves not only feelings of passionate love but also feelings of family love, sibling love (They may be Reletives...they may be strangers...) with "Love Aliances" and "Triangles", a confusion of feelings and just all round cute characters I found this anime to be very enjoyable but Its not exactly what I would call a true sequel, more of a spin off. I would have liked to have seen more of the old characters back, but, I found that it didn't hinder the story here in anyway with most of the old cast missing.
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