So this week my husband is ridiculous. Oh, I’m sorry, I guess not everyone know that I’m going to marry Sakamoto. Yeah, he’s my husband. Anyway this time Sakamoto oversees one of this classmates being bullied into giving them money. I think what makes Sakamoto-san so unique is that he isn’t like a do gooder perfectionist in everyway. He doesn’t intend to make everything better for everyone, simply the way he behaves and reacts creates positive outcomes. Sakamoto doesn’t just defend the guy and help him, rather he observes the situation and then finds out it’s ‘protection’ money when Kubota admits to it. Then he walks off because all he wanted to do was give his sympathies. It’s hard to dislike Sakamoto because he isn’t really trying to do much of anything, his only 100% effort goes to animals and school. Yet the influence he has on Kubota is by making him do something he doesn’t really care to do.
And that’s the story of how they end up working at WcDonalds. Yes, Sakamoto works at freakin’ Japanese Mcdonalds. I just can’t give up on how hilariously he does it, and learning the value of work and money makes Kubota actually learn some personality traits and become a likeable character. I just . . . freakin Mcdonalds. And what does he do with the money? Sakamoto plans to buy a freakin protractor. I’m surprised he isn’t just going to buy more bird feed and raise an army of intellectual pigeons honestly. Kubota learns his pride is important and we also see Sakamoto use condiments as a weapon and apparently working fastfood makes you capable of assaulting people with hilarious attack names. Keep up those bun presses Kubota!
In the second story the most popular girl in class, Aina, attempts to seduce Sakamoto, who is absolutely 100% seduce proof to every technique she possesses. Sakamoto in turn uses his masterful superfluous ‘convince every idiot anything plausible or superstitious’ power and convinces Aina and the two girls competing with her that he is possessed by Kokkuri-san in order to make them work together to build a desk arch less the Kokkuri-san take Sakamoto’s body into the forest and these girls actually believe this they genuinely believe that – I just. They genuinely think this is going to occur and build the freakin desk arch and work together. Then Sakamoto is like ‘cool they worked together cause I made them with a common goal’ and, he just, he literally was yipping as if he was a Kokkuri. . . I jus. . Husbando-san why are all your classmates weird?
Well, while Sakamoto is busy making sure the universe flows in harmony and birds don’t die in hurricanes, I’m going to go look up what kind of kung-fu bullshit I can learn at Dunkin Donuts. Hooray!