Opening Songs
OP 1 - Shiny Tale (Mix Speakers Inc)

Ending Songs
ED 1 - Ohisama (Amesaki Annanin)

Genre: Comedy, Slice Of Life

Episodes: 12

Ever wanted to watch a show that stars mostly guys that do nothing but f**k around all day and make themselves look retarded? I mean, you've watched plenty of animes that feature girls doing exactly just that, so there isn't any harm watching an anime that features guys doing the exact same thing, right? The name of this anime MAY be misleading (for f**k sake I thought it was a yaoi anime), but if you've got any sense for humor at all, "The Daily Life Of High School Boys" might just be one of the funniest things you've ever seen. When it comes to anime comedy, little come close to the greatness of "The Daily Life Of High School Boys" and its highly random sense of spontaneous, ridiculousness. If you're the kind of guy that likes to stick to your cute girls and just cannot fathom watching something that's the complete opposite of what you're used to, then you don't know what you're missing out. If you don't care either way and just want a good experience, "The Daily Life Of High School Boys" will knock your socks off, and show you how crazily different the boys are from the girls that you usually see.

Obviously, when you're late to school, you eat curry and
ramen as you run.

The opening song is "Shiny Tale" by Mix Speakers Inc. I don't think that it fits the anime too well since it sounds a lot like a shounen anime opening (I think it fits something like KHR well), but the ending makes up for it. The ending theme is "Ohisama" by Amesaki Annanin, which is HORRENDOUS. Its so bad that its GOOD. It fits the retarded atmosphere of this anime REALLY well and I just laugh myself through the ending almost EVERY time.

Rating: 8.5/10

This is actually one of those shows I can introduce everyone. With the current public looking down on anime as something that's populated with silly high school girls doing nothing but flirting, showing up skirts and showing off their sexy curves, "The Daily Life Of High School Boys" proves that anime does NOT need to resort to fan service, because this shit, is legitimately funny. Most people haven't lived lives this ridiculous when they were in high school, so "The Daily Life Of High School Boys" shows you the lives of boys in high school at their BEST. And when I mean best, I mean the best of being absolutely stupid or retarded. "The Daily Life Of High School Boys" is so random and retarded that it makes everything funny. These guys can talk to themselves and still make you laugh. They risk their arms and legs to prevent a hot dog from falling to the ground, they'd steal the undergarments of their sisters just for the fun of it. These guys are absolutely silly, and since there are so many characters with different personalities, you're going to get A LOT of silly scenarios, which will keep you laughing and asking for more. From start to finish, you will be entertained.


Tadakuni is your everyday normal high school boy that goes to an all boys school. He has two very good friends that go to his house to screw around every day, Yoshitake and Hidenori. Together, the 3 are absolutely ridiculous, bringing the most regular of scenarios and bloating them up to ridiculous proportions, such as stealing Tadakuni's sister's school uniforms or undergarments just to try them on. Together with their retard friends back in their school, they strife to act like heroes that they're not, or just want to experience their youths to their absolute maximum. They do normal stuff that normal guys do, like go to beaches during summer vacation, hang out with their sisters during Christmas, play sports, go to arcades, or sing karaoke. Normal stuff that all normal high school students do, but of course, with these guys, everything is made retarded. And that is the brilliance of what they do.

With that, we conclude this post. "The Daily Life Of High School Boys" was definitely one of the funniest animes I've watched in awhile (close to or equal to "Baka Test"), its only a pity that I was nearly 3 years late to the party. Let this be a lesson to me that not all animes with ridiculous names mean bad, because instead of yaoi, I found myself laughing my ass off at one of the funniest shows in years.