Don’t Watch These 6 Anime Series With Your Nigerian Parents

February 10, 2022

There are some anime series that you should only watch alone, or with friends at most, because while they may have amazing plots, good God! The sexual jokes can be insane. If your parents are the cool type that watches TV with you and actually “get” anime, make sure they don’t see these. They’ll start to wonder if they should have behaved more like typical Nigerian parents

1. Kakeguri

I wonder what was going through the creators’ minds when they made this series. They introduced Yumeko Jabami as a soft sweet babe, and in what felt like a second; we realised that this babe was worse than all the already insane students combined. Kids were gambling, using guns, knives and still somehow getting turned on by gambling? Sit this one out. 

2. Prison School

If you like Kakegurui, you’d probably like Prison School. Hachimitsu Academy, one of the strictest girls’ academies in Tokyo, has admitted boys into their all-girls school and made them live in a prison block. Normal people would break under these terrible conditions these boys have to endure, but no, they enjoy it. No matter how painful or humiliating, they love it. I have no words because this anime is every masochist’s dream and we are trying not to kink shame you people.  

3. Food wars!: Shokugeki no Sama 

This one is odd because it also counts as a feel-good anime until they start cooking. From the way Mito talks about her “prime cut meat” like she wants to sleep with it, to the way the judges react when they eat the students’ foods. If you watch it with your parents, you are getting disowned for sure. 

4. Bikini warriors 

The four main characters are the only ones that can save their hometown, which is odd because they are terrible at their job. These characters get into more trouble than necessary, steal from the poor because they are broke as hell and dare to fight armoured enemies in a bikini. With these few points of mine, I hope I’ve been able to warn you to help yourself and save your inheritance.  

5. Konosuba

Compared to the other series on this list, Konosuba is child’s play (literally). It’s a funny story about a boy who dies most miserably and gets to live in a role-playing world. He has an extremely useless goddess in his small party, an arch wizard that can only use explosion magic once (and instantly passes out right after) and a crusader that gets turned on by being hit, beaten or tortured. Keep out of the reach of Nigerian parents. 

6. High School DXD

This series should start with a disclaimer that says, “Warning: nudity X100

If anyone catches you watching this show, they should judge you, talk more of watching with your parents. The main character has sex with a demon, ffs!, and never in my life have I seen breasts called so many things but its actual name. If you watch High School DXD, you need divine intervention.  


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