Comic Books Magazine

Notes of Koufuku Graffiti Episode 10

Posted on the 16 March 2015 by Kaminomi @OrganizationASG
Koufuku Graffiti Episode 10

A perfect landing!

  • Well it was only last week when I was moaning about the girl downstairs, well here she is in the flesh…and she seriously wasn’t the kind of girl I imagined her to be. Here was me thinking she would be just your average everyday working girl with no real qualities about her. You know those types; they’re everywhere in every anime that ever exists. So I was actually pleasantly surprised at how this downstairs neighbor was represented.
  • This week belonged not to Ryo or Kirin, and not even the food surprisingly; it belonged to Yuuki. Call her the human Yuki Nagato multiplied by 100. She hated and was scared of the outside world, and ate take-out pizza everyday. A bit of a nod to a past SHAFT show, Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko, perhaps? The lead girl in that only found comfort in her futon and ate nothing but pizza…Well anyway, I’ve always been attracted to dandere characters like Yuki, and Shiori from Tamako Market.

Notes of Koufuku Graffiti Episode 10

  • I do have to tell you that I could feel so much for Yuuki, having been there and worn the t-shirt whilst I was at high school and most of college, but I won’t discuss my personal life…instead I’ll say I’d be the kind of person that would see her, feel incredibly sorry for, and immediately give a hug. But then again she’d probably freak out at the fact a total stranger (and a male one at that!) would want to do such a thing. And I’d no doubt freak out if 2 middle-school girls came to crash in my apartment unannounced and ate my pizza with such orgasmic looks on their face.
Notes of Koufuku Graffiti Episode 10

I’d be in her shoes too.

  • The food porn was just basic this week, or maybe something as basic as takeout pizza was perfect for Yuuki’s little word. It was all she ever seemed to eat since leaving her family home, so actually making a pizza from scratch would sort of ruin the fun. I mean they still ate it with incredible pleasure, no? But I have to tell you that it did strike me as a little odd was that the food porn didn’t crop up so much this week, with only Ryo and Kirin savoring Yuuki’s takeout pizza while she’s watching totally clueless. Well did I not say last week how Ryo would show her love of food to the neighbor downstairs with that airhead smile on her face? Not entirely sure if Yuuki understood how the melted cheese inside the crust tasted so good, or how the meat with pepper was so hot but too tasty for words. Well this is just another episode that goes back to episode 1; back before Ryo met Kirin, and how she couldn’t appreciate the food she made because it made her feel so sad and depressed because it constantly reminded her of her grandma. Will we see more of Yuuki? Well maybe. She might crop up again if they decide to do a special episode or something. Christmas could be the theme, and she’d be invited to Ryo’s party and everyone would go all orgasmic over Christmas food, even the spare potato chips and Pocky bought from the convenience store.
  • Unfortunately we never really got to understand how Yuuki felt at the end of it all. You’d think that, with the help of her neighbour, she’d appreciate the taste of her takeout pizzas more. Perhaps it was the fact that, because the episode was largely from Yuuki’s point-of-view, her life of having no real contact with people aside from her family. Call it a slow and steady push into social life, so let’s cheer her on. Dandere characters all need a hug. At the end, it appeared that she was to do something at a high school, and everyone online is already suggesting that’s she’s going to be a future high school teacher. Facing a classroom of 30-40 adolescents, not to mention other schoolkids and the other teaching staff; she’d be a wreck. She’ll need all the pizza she can get her hands on…or maybe Ryo, her probable future student, will end up making her food. That would certainly be interesting to see…I ended up bringing up Yuuki last week and here she was, so maybe next week Ryo will end up feeding Yuuki as well as her husband.

Notes of Koufuku Graffiti Episode 10


You Might Also Like :

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog

These articles might interest you :

  • 3 Simple Ways To Protect Your iPhone

    Your iPhone is more than just a phone. People who’ve been using an iPhone will agree to the fact that “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone”. Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Gadgetscanner
    GADGETS, TECH
  • That Gay.app $1million Sale Might Be Legit

    Well the news we reported on about Gay.app yesterday might ( I SAID MIGHT) just be true. Gay.app now forwards to Blued.com (of course a redirect does not mean... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Worldwide
    BUSINESS, TECH
  • City Break to Lisbon

    City Break Lisbon

    The architecture of Lisbon, azulejos , the sunshine, the Mediterranean atmosphere, while the historical air and the stories of the great geographic discoveries... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Poundtravel
    TRAVEL
  • A Mom's Story of Her Teen's Drug Addiction

    Susán Hoemke dreamt of a perfect family - a loving husband and four beautiful children. When their oldest son, Hayden, became addicted to drugs, she struggled... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Slattenk
    FAMILY, PARENTING
  • Friday Q&A: Improving Posture

    Friday Q&A: Improving Posture

    The Proportions of the Human Figure by Leonardo da VinciQ: I've practiced yoga sporadically over the past decade, but now at 75 I'm noticing my posture leans... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Ninazolotow
    FITNESS, HEALTH, HEALTHY LIVING
  • Video: The Top 10 Most Beautiful Hikes in the World

    Video: Most Beautiful Hikes World

    This weekend is the long Memorial Day holiday here in the U.S., which often unofficially starts the summer season. No doubt, many of you will be heading... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Kungfujedi
    OUTDOORS
  • The Verdi Project: Don Carlos

    Verdi Project: Carlos

    Verdi's last opera for Paris has a complicated history. by Paul J. Pelkonen Troubled youth: the not-so-youthful Placido Domingo as Verdi's Don Carlos.Photo ©... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Superconductor
    CULTURE, THEATRE & OPERA

Paperblog Hot Topics