「おおかみさんと御伽銀行の仲間たち」 (Ookami-san to Otogi Ginkou no Nakama-tachi)
“The Wolf and Her Otogi Bank Companions”

What better way to start the new season than with the show that I was looking forward to the most! I thought the spring season was pretty good, but my blogging sense has been tingling for some new shows to rejuvenate my interest. Meet the members of the Otogi Gakuen Gakusei Sougofujo Kyoukai, a.k.a. “Otogi Academy Mutual Student Aid Association” or simply the “Otogi Bank” because it’s too damn long in either language. As mentioned in the Summer 2010 Preview, the story revolves around Ookami Ryouko (Itou Shizuka), her good friend Akai Ringo (Itou Kanae), and their school club that aids other students with almost any type of request. In return, they take a rain-check on the student repaying the favor later on, hence the whole “mutual aid” bit. However, as our sarcastic and extremely blunt narrator will tell you, it’s more or less like requesting help from the mob/black-market and being indebted to them. “Ookami-san” as she’s nicknamed comes off as gangster-like as they get with her extremely brash attitude and ability to kick people’s ass. The only think that had me thinking otherwise were the “Neko Neko Knuckles” she uses, until I realized they leave a cat face impression on whatever they hit.

For a series opener, they sure gave us a quick taste of exactly what Ryouko’s all about, after which their club’s desire to recruit some more male members led us to the entrance of our male protagonist, Morino Ryoushi (Irino Miyu). As someone who suffers from both anthropophobia and scopophobia, making him extremely shy and unable to bear being stared at, he’s not the most dependable guy Otogi Bank could use to fill their ranks, but his sudden confession to Ryouko after stalking her for a week had Ringo interested enough to invite him to the club anyway. Needless to say, Ryouko wasn’t very fond of the idea of letting someone who claims to love her yet couldn’t be bothered to come out of his stalker corner to help her joining Otogi Bank and being utterly useless. I on the other hand was amused as hell by how Ringo, a.k.a. “Akazukin” (Little Red Riding Hood), was giving a report on Ryoushi being a good candidate for tailing people since he avoids standing out, only to find out that he was sitting right next to her the entire time. Incidentally, club president Kiriki Liszt (Nojima Hirofumi) and his vice-president/cousin Kiriki Alice (Horie Yui) decided to let him try to take on their latest request alone and see if he can change Ryouko’s opinion of him. It was at that point that I learned of Otogi Bank’s “unique” way of going about helping other students.

The original stalker case that Ryouko and Ringo dealt with by threatening the guy with evidence was fine, but I can’t say the same about trying to steal a student’s drop-out request form to prevent him from quitting the tennis club. Haibara Kakari (Hayami Saori) simply asked for help stopping her highly admired senior Ooji Akihiro (Akabane Kenji) from quitting the tennis club following his leg injury, but trying to convince him verbally evidently wasn’t an option. Instead, it was all about sending Ryoushi out to follow him and prevent his form from being signed by the club president, club advisor, and a witness, and eventually submitted at the next athletics club meeting. Common sense? Right out the window! Modeled after the Japanese folktale Tsuru no Ongaeshi (The Crane’s Repayment), Tsurugaya Otsuu (Kawasumi Ayako) was completely enthused about Kakari feeling indebted to Ooji and wanting to help him, but in the end Ryoushi failed to pull through due to his phobias. In fairy-tale-like fashion, this somehow developed into a Cinderella story between Kakari and Akihiro, except it was a matter of putting on the sneaker and kicking him to find out who Cinderella was. Seeing as this is a romantic comedy after all, it was pretty amusing to see Ooji asking girls to kick him one after another to find his true love. As for Ryoushi, he was able to change Ryouko’s opinion of him by acting as her shield, which I believe becomes a recurring theme of sorts later on. As a result, I was surprised to see how the two of them are already on a first name basis after that incident. Pretty amazing progress for one episode.

Overall, nothing was laugh till you cry funny in this series premiere, but it was a lot of fun seeing several things play out like I read about while writing up the season preview. All the characters established their various nuances fairly easily just by showing up, including Urashima Tarou (Asanuma Shintarou) with Ryuuguu Otohime (Toyosaki Aki) clinging onto him, and Majolica Ru Fay (Koyama Kimiko), all of who only had brief appearances. The highlights of this first showing were undoubtedly Ryouko with her tsundere personality and all her fight scenes beautifully animated by J.C. Staff though. For the latter, the opening sequence (included as an ending here) showcases some of the rotating camera action featured in the episode itself. Humor-wise, a lot of the laughs came from Arai Satomi‘s narration/commentary and the characters getting annoyed by some of the stuff she said — such as calling them flat-chested and failing to provide any fan-service — which actually came off a lot like Kuruko from To Aru Kagaku no Railgun at times. If you watched Railgun and were amused by some of Kuroko’s antics like I was, then you should feel right at home with Satomi’s narration here. Anyway, with a unique cast of characters loosely based on various fairy tales, voiced by an all-star cast, and appearing in a really well done J.C. Staff production, what’s there not to like? To top it off, we even have May’n performing the opening theme. I’m definitely looking forward to seeing more of this one.


OP Sequence

OP: 「Ready Go!」 by May’n
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  1. Hmm.. so it’s already out eh. came out sooner than I was expecting ^^,

    looks pretty good but since I can’t really understand japanese all that well yet I guess I’ll just wait till the subs come out.. *sigh*

    and here I am again having the same dilemma I face every time a new anime season starts where “I’d like to watch it as it is still being released weekly” or “just wait till all the episodes get aired so I can watch them all simultaneously”

  2. Love the narrating could never get enough of Kuruko in Railgun, the way Kakari kicked her sempai in the face was hilarious(even managed to slip in some pantsu), and Ryouko’s packing some dangerously cute gloves. So far great start of the new season.

  3. Are you watching the episodes you blog via live stream websites? I can’t seem to find this episode no matter where i look. The raw rips that appear usually come out much later than your posts, so just wondering how you view episodes so quickly.

      1. Yeah, that sounds like a good idea. Use the anime that you thought was the best from the previous season as the header. Or you could just have a poll where the readership votes, but that might be too much of a hassle. :p

  4. No one knows how much cours it has so far, one thing is clear though, it has an incredibly pathetic main male character against whom even Shinji Ikari would look like Rambo.

  5. Nice first episode. I definitely wasn’t expecting Ryoushi to confess to Ryouko right off the bat, but it’s a nice change of pace from the usual angst when it comes to confessing in anime and highlights how the show won’t take itself too seriously. Having Arai Satomi narrate the show was a good call, since hearing Kuroko’s voice comment on the character’s actions and their, uh, assets really got a kick out of me. This’ll probably end up being my favorite anime of the season, so I hope J.C. Staff keeps up the production quality.

    Oh yeah, and someone on J.C. Staff really likes Apple products. They put them in nearly all of their anime lol. :p

  6. the only thing really interesting about this show is offering romantic comedy disparate elements Toradora but definitely not this series will continue unless there is a BADASS

    Eriol elric
  7. Must say Arai Satomi’s narration was entirely spot on for the comedic mood, a bit like Wakamoto Norio in Hayate no Gotoku. (Coincidentally, both appeared in Code Geass in more serious roles)

    I hear Arai’s been feeling unwell lately and needs to take a break from seiyuu work. Is that true? And is that going to affect her appearance in this series or in the Index sequel (as well as the Railgun OVA)?

    Besides constantly having a dig at the show’s lack of fanservice (in the girls’ chest department), Arai also manages to have a go at Prince of Tennis (referring to THAT OTHER manga) when describing Ooji as such.

    Speaking of this Ooji, I LOL’ed at his masochistic tendency of wanting to get kicked in the face multiple times by his Cinderella, the aptly named Haibara Kakari 灰原かぶり – since Cinderella in Japanese is translated as 灰かぶり姫 Hai kaburi Hime (The princess covered in dust), both containing the kanji 灰 for dust.

    Itou Shizuka’s performance was what I expected, though I didn’t know Itou Kanae can do such a loli-sounding voice. I was expecting Rinko to sound more Saten or Amu.

    I’m still unfamiliar with Irino Jiyuu to recognize him properly, his recent roles I know include Tsubasa Chronicle (Syaoran) and Gundam 00 (Saji), as well as older shows like DN Angel and Spirited Away.

    Here’s looking to more awesomeness from Taiga and Saten, sorry, I mean Ryoko and Rinko. 🙂

    Kinny Riddle
  8. Kuroko !!!!! I enjoyed the narration, mostly because I recognize her right out of the bat. A tsundere DFC main girl sweeeet, if only she had black hair she’ll be perfect. Ringo was nice too. I have to agree with a few people that highlight the wimpy male lead. It worries me because they screw everything. Here’s hoping that he will improve along the series. I like gravity defying skirts, Kagone anyone? Wonder if we’ll get more skin in the BD version.

    Island Esper
  9. Heh not bad. It was pretty funny and the characters seemed to be interesting. Looks like a good watch so far. I don’t think the male lead’s that bad. Hell how many male leads have to guts to confess to the girl they like? Not many. His love interest is a tsundere too haha. He sure is brave for someone so wimpy. I’m liking the sniping abilities too. I’d rather take a wimpy guy then a super dense one. Those types are frustrating to watch.

  10. To Divine:
    Can you post some more animes on your blog? I do not no where to put my requests so i will post them on the newest anime of SUMMER! Can you add Fairy Tail back to RC? I also want Naruto in it. It may not be possible for you but if you can find people that are free and are willing to post more animes then that will be great. RC has helped me sort my animes and it will be great that the animes that i wanna watch is on RC.

    1. I’m glad to hear the site’s helped you discover new series, but I have no plans on bringing back Fairy Tail nor adding Naruto to the site at this time. I’m somewhat passively looking for new potential writers, but only ones that have a good grasp of Japanese and can help cover new shows raw.

  11. Yes, this looks very promising. Ryouko’s fight scenes are really well done. There’s a large cast of interesting characters too, which will make this show a very enjoyable watch.

    And that is most DEFINITELY Kuroko narrating. Nobody else could pull off those perverted comments that well. Were Ryouko and Ringo breaking the fourth wall when they intimidated her?

    I actually like Ryoushi. He’s a nice change of pace from the usual standard idiotic nice guy protagonist. He reminds me a lot of that girl Momoko from Saki. Both have the ability to blend so well with the crowd that people don’t notice them and both end their sentences with -su. It’s actually kind of cute.

    It seems like people don’t like characters with phobias (e. g. Inami from WORKING!!) but I think they make the character stand out much more.

    On another note, Ooji (PRINCE OF TENNIS LOL) is SUCH an M.

  12. The approach they took on moe in this episode is just retarded. Not to mention an original character has yet to appear.

    Still, the story looks fairly decent and I like the drawing style + animation so I guess I’ll stick with it for a bit.

  13. Can tell it’s dumb already: Let me see – Loser male character! Check! Hot capable broad that wouldn’t give loser male character time of day in RL! Check! Hot capable broad develops feelings for loser male, so real life loser Otakus can feel impowered! Double Check!

    Another Japanese Bitch Boy Gets Girl Anime!!

  14. It was okay as an episode. It could be potentially good. I look forward to see how the guy will change into a bad-ass one with his sniper shot. The fact that it’s their first year in high school and the guy is like wimp and there is a little moe, it’s not appealing to me. I am getting old I guess haha.

  15. Too bad that Kuruko/Arai Satomi is only voicing the narrator. She should replace that Red Riding Hood girl, while Ryoko might as well be voiced by Biribiri/Rina Satou. 😉 Looks like I miss Railgun.

  16. It was a nice first episode. I actually could stand Kuroko narrating, it wasn’t as intrusive as I thought. Reminded me of Norio Wakamoto in Hayate no Gotoku. And I *gasp* liked the main lead. Ok, he’s a wimp but I liked his determination to confess even with his phobia. I was expecting Ryouko to be a bit more tsundere-ish but she was alright. Hoping to see more of this!

  17. This looks like an interesing anime. It’s nice that a certain little teleporter of ours is playing the role of narrater. Heck, even her personality sounds the same when she’s narrating for a different anime. I still miss Touma though, it would be nice if they add a character like that in the anime.

    code fanboy
  18. This is like some screwed up version of the fairy tails we’ve grown up as kids.

    My god, it’s just fucking awesome. I am loving the series already and can’t wait for the next one. And Ryouko is hot.

    I wonder where one can find the light novels for this series. Definitely contender for anime of the season.

  19. Wasn’t much funny for me but still a little entertaining and my expectations weren’t high anyway. The narrator could have been better. I’ll keep watching probably since I’m on summer vacation and I watch almost every show this time of the year.Still I hope this one turns out good because I love the art and concept is original and refreshing, I just hope Ookami doesn’t turn into random generic tsundere because I just finished watching Mayoi Neko and it had one that was good and didn’t annoyed me. Those are my tastes.And I hope that the show gets better with more episodes.

    I wanted to check this out because the art looks the same in toradora but the hero is too much of a wimp like Prooof said and then he’ll probably get a CMoA acting all manly all of a sudden but still crying or some thing like that, the only time it worked on me was Jacuzzi.Also I won’t forgive it if he just keeps butting in to take hits and copy the Nagasumi barrier.And it’s not necessary to introduce every character in the first one then you don’t show them anymore until their character episode.I have the feeling they’ll do this.Too predictable.

    The blonde president looked like he wanted to start a bromance with the hero.
    And the way the thug fapped the steel bar before attacking was just weird.
    Ookami legs are hot though.And her outfit is perfect.

    I have mixed feelings about this.I think I can say I want to watch more of it but for the wrong reasons .Ookami’s legs caught my eyes since the promotional poster.

    1. I think that people are forgetting, or not realizing, that he did that awesome throw in the beginning that knocked the knife out of the guys hand.

      Maybe to make up for his lack of close personal skills he had to learn to throw things instead. Maybe part of his job?

      Samurai Pumpkin
  20. Wow, I lol’d like the entire time. A ton of the material was hilarious, especially the bath scene and the episode’s conclusion, which I thought was one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen. Also the Ryoushi’s scopophobia is pretty great, and he’s actually a lot more useful than you think (knocking out a knife out a guy’s hand in less than a second with only a rock is pretty insane). Definitely a fantastic way to start of my Spring Season.

    Btw I like the new banner ;O

  21. What’s this about?
    Seems like a typical shounen romance with a wussy idiotic male lead, featuring highprofile voice actresses to cater to bedroom wanker otaku, topped off with a cheesy plot and even cheesier OP/ED.

    …. or am I wrong?

  22. nice header…
    and about this anime… well yeah the girl is a regular tsundere that looks just like an older taiga
    the main dude sucks
    narrator kuroko rocks
    this anime was at the 3th place from my “what i want to watch”, after watching this episode is at the very bottom, one or two episodes until drop

  23. This show reminds me of something but I can’t pinpoint what it is…

    Anyway it started off pretty good. Have we been getting (physically) weak male leads as of late or is it just me? (other than Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou)

    I miss the clueless, ridiculously strong male lead (that was Hayate). I miss HnG in general.

  24. Just about what I was expecting from a first episode, cliche character traits and absolutely nothing that stood on its own. Then again what anime actually does tand on its own these days? I may struggle quite a bit if our two protagonists act any cheesier than they already are. Though, I know what J.C Staff can do from their fantastic work with Honey & Clover, so it’s definitely going to be interesting if they can take these characters anywhere. From an animation perspective, it was the normal J.C Staff production values, not quite on par with Railgun’s animation but then again this type of genre doesn’t require animation like Railgun, at least its leagues father than Maid Sama. Also if I have to listen to Satomi Arai narrate every episode I may suffer continuous internal bleeding in my ears. Not expecting much from this anime, nor any other shows airing this season. Here’s to hoping that at least one anime will shine out of a rather bland summer season.

  25. I somehow didn’t have much expectations for this one except some of my fav seiyuus working this one. To be honest, I wanted to really like it but I found myself thinking it’s just in the middle. I’ll keep on watching since it’s a 13 episodes series but as of now, not overly impressed yet.

  26. You mean this wasn’t a Railgun Omake? Sure seemed like one to me. Let’s see, we have two “super skill” girls who go around a special city, one of whom seems to be rather enamored of the other one who is a total Tsundere, and it’s produced by JC Staff and the ED/OP shows us the characters running around being friends together, and the voices…

    I mean, I really was expecting them to make more of “You think you know your fairy tales? Well just look at what we’re doing with them… ”

    Maybe next episode?

  27. One of the worst shows I’ve ever seen and the broadcast quality made it even worse, wimpy male lead, unoriginal idea basically Spice and Wolf in a To aru Majustu no Index like scenario with a less serious plot. Lame story the setup just makes fanservice unentertaining and the narraration was annoying.

    1. What? How is this a Toaru Majutsu no Index-like scenario? That makes no sense. >.>

      It sounds like you’re just upset because the fanservice doesn’t have gigantic oppai.

    2. well you are right and wrong, yes this anime reeks of failure (personal opinion), but I don’t see any relation to nether of those shows you mention… apart from most of the voice cast from to aru blah blah railgun and not to blah blah index.
      And Spice and Wolf? seriously? how? the only think in common its the ookami at the title, ookamisan isn’t a wolf deity, this random wimpy dude is nowhere near mr lawrence the merchant
      DIVINE Drop this and pick Shiki (not the one I’m replying to, i mean the shiki anime ahah)

    3. You know, we might all be real surprised if it turns out to be a gem. I posted before that this episode didn’t impress me but I will still be watching it (in case I missed something even if it will hopefully be subbed long enough). Shiki, you’re comparing this to the 2 series you mentioned just on a couple of similarities. Even thou I don’t really see where or what you’re getting at, try giving the show another couple of episodes? Otherwise, you can always dump it.
      Divine, keep it up without burning yourself to the ground. Working! was one of those shows I kept on reading here, eventually pushed me to watch and enjoy that series. Might be one of those in the long-ish (13 eps) run.
      On a ranting note, I still find it too bad shows like Rainbow or five leaves had no or very little (read sporadic)subs. I wished I had enough grasp of Japanese to be watching the raws.

  28. I dont understand why there are so many critics for this show. Wimpy male lead? What do you expect from a guy live his whole life in the mountain? And he has the gut to confess his love too boost. How many of the male lead wimpy and unwimpy manage to do that in the first episode or even do it at all? The first episode is no way mind-blowing good but it definitely isnt deserve to have all those haters ganging up on it.

  29. Hahaha! I hardly think the guy is wimpy. First, he confesses. Second, how many wimpy guys do you see block an attack for another person without any hesitation. He’s just afraid of people but being afraid is not the same thing as being wimpy.

    Anyway, what the heck is with those cat gloves? For some reason, I’m liking them yet at the same time wondering what the hell is that? Lol!

    A bit unrelated, he looks kind of cool here:


  30. I’ll give its next episode a watch, but not really keeping me very attached. The characters disinterest me and are oftentimes a bit too weird or cliche for my liking. CHaracter outfits are odd-looking to to me, just can’t get over how fanservicy Ookami’s high-cut slits are or Ringo’s, “Actulaly 15” look thing is.

    Had some comedy to it, but nothing really stood-out to me and I am with others, nto too big a fan of the main male protagonist. Animation is pretty quality (JC Staff is quite good of late there), but overall, it was kind of the series that’s jsut there for me. Not much to really sing home about, I think.

    And stuff.

  31. Just watched it and it is indeed pretty interesting (the characters and all). Not too stellar for a pilot episode though but it has its good points.

    Definitely following the series.

    Oh and BTW the narrator was pure GOLD.

  32. prince of tennis was a pervert
    kept laughing at that last part.

    The only thing I did not like about this is the broadcasting. Fuck you AT-X. I still remember you ruining the second half of Index’s quality.

  33. Didn’t really enjoyed it that much, and like many other people i hated the wimpy main protagonist. Though i would continue watching it just to see a grown-up Taiga 😀

  34. Funny first showing but it’s still way below rocket chair, but if Norio Wakamoto is in it, commentating alongside Kuroko, we might have anime of the season. Taiga Mk. II’s outfit rocks and the new header is plain badass!

  35. This really is the show of the season! So much fun and a lot of parody, I lol’ed at The Wolf and Red Riding Hood (Ookami and her friend Akai Ringo) and Prince of Tennis with \M/

    One thing I don’t like is the main protagonist, everything else is perfect!

  36. Its more like the railgun scenario, an out of the norm Academy city like thing where they have to enforce the rules with a tsundere main character and a except railguns is annoying and this one is cliche and lame. Spice and Wolf admit it people want to see moe wolf and moe cats and this is more tsudere version. How is that not wimpy he confesses and is wimpering on the ground.

      1. Yes I did and I did’nt like it oh and heres ANN summary of Railgun:

        Academy City is a highly developed place in terms of technology. It is said to be 20 to 30 years ahead of the rest of the world. 80% of it’s 2.3 million residents are students. The focus of studies here is directed towards esper powers. Misaka Mikoto, one of the top level espers in town, shares a room with Kuroko Shirai, another high level esper who is a member of Judgement, a law enforcing agency composed of students. Both attend to Tokiwadai, a private school reserved for the high-leveled and the rich. Kuroko’s partner at Judgement, Kazari Uiharu, is a low level esper who studies at Sakugawa middle school. Her best friend and classmate there is Ruiko Saten, a level zero (no esper powers). Together, the four encounter several adventures in the exciting scientific town.

        Compared to this:
        A love comedy parodying fairy tales such as “Little Red Riding Hood,” “The Ant and the Grasshopper,” etc. Ookami Ryoko (Ookami-san) is a spunky high school girl. She is a member of a “fixer” club so called Otogi High School Bank. She fixes the school’s problems with her partner Akai Ringo (Akazukin-chan.)

    1. I was going to originally reply to Samurai Pumpkin, but seeing this one… like everyone said before, no one seems to remember the rock throw.

      The other thing I point out is that Railgun doesn’t actually do any “patrolling”. It’s more like she ends up finding trouble unless Kuroko mentions there is a case at hand. If anything, I would connect this more to the first show of Shinkyoku Sōkai Polyphonica, Densha Otoko, Yozakura Quartet, and some others. In terms of Shounen Genre, yes it’s cliche and the same, but there is no real patrolling in Railgun except for the side characters. There nothing close to a Spice and Wolf, other then similar names. Really, please enlighten me how it’s similar to Spice and Wolf, cause I really don’t see it at all.

      The jokes are a parody themselves of fan-service and some other stuff. Not that it makes me laugh, cause there certainly quite a bit of times where I’m like, ah, anyways. It’s unique in that sense and even if it didn’t make me laugh out loud in the first episode, I’ll stick with it for a bit.

      Anyways, rather then wimpy… it’s more like paranoia of people? Wimpy would be running away and not trying like Shinji Ikari from Evangelion (even though he does man up), at least he’s tries to do things he’s scared of doing, even without a push (without the push is where he confesses, with a little push is after Ookami says she can’t trust him). Not only that, he reminds me of Momoko from Saki and Kuroko from Kuroko no Basket (Manga), though Kuroko and Saki’s personality are totally different from his.

      Sora no Kaze
  37. don’t get the older taiga comparisons?? Taiga was older than this anime’s counterpart unless you have HHHHHHHAAAAAAAAHHHHH hang up about the breasts which makes you a perv.

    ark noir
  38. I cant help to wonder if the title to the show has any biblical references, I’m very curious if there is an adaption of sleeping beauty should make for another great parody, preferably with the main characters.

  39. They need to be a little more creative with the character design..

    Ookami Ryouko -> Taiga (Tora Dora)
    Akai Ringo -> Komoe Tsukuyomi (Railgun/Index aka. the short teacher)
    Morino Ryoushi -> Koyomi Araragi (Bakemonogatari)

    1. Its kind of obvious the comparison he’s making unless your stupid, basically its a female heroine with a sidekick in an “enforcement” type setting where they punish criminals and while trying to live a everyday adventerous life

  40. @Divine
    For Fairy Tail and Naruto would you still hold to the requirement for basic Japanese understanding? Though I could most likely have a simple conversation in Japanese,sadly I can’t read Japanese kanji or katakana. I am familiar with both the Naruto and Fairy Tail manga so I wouldn’t have trouble understanding the raws, especially since I can understand most phrases from those types of shounen fighting animes. It’s a shame they aren’t being blogged on this site and I would love to take up at least one of those two series if only for people to see what happened in the episode and my basic thoughts which I could easily write up. Also it’s nice to have an area to discuss the recent episodes.

    1. I’ve had some people offer to cover Naruto, but I already turned them down because I’m more concerned about covering new shows than long-running ones. For that, I need a writer who’s able to watch raws.

  41. that was…. o_o… awful…

    not gonna lie, I thought it would be worth the download when I read your review, but I’m sorely disappointed lol…

    but to those of you who want to nail me on what I just said, go ahead and enjoy this show lol… i’m just saying it ain’t my cup of tea since you all can say that it is your cup of tea


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