Joshikousei no Mudadzukai Japanese
Alt name(s):
  • Joshikousei no Muda Zukai
  • Useless High School Girls
  • Wasteful Days of High School Girl
  • 女子高生の無駄づかい
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Rating:
  • 8.50
  • 8.62
  • 149
Pub. status:
Ongoing
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Description:
One day out of boredom, Tanaka decided to give her classmates nicknames based on their quirks. Her friend Sakuchi became “Ota” for her nerdy interests, and her other friend Saginomiya became “Robo” because of her expressionless personality. In retaliation, her friends decided to name Tanaka “Baka”. These are the ridiculous days of three high school friends claiming (or not) the height of their youth.
Reading progress:
  • Volume 0/?
  • Chapter 0/?

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In a comic all about high school girls, I think my favorite character is actually their teacher 😂
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Is it just me or this gradually changed from "wasteful lives of high school girls" into "generic manga lives of high school girls"?
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Anime coming!
http://www.jyoshimuda.com
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Uh...34th chapter just looks like the mangaka put a personal experience on paper.
Well, it works as motivational comic for people that want to become artists I guess.
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Baka's face on the cover I'm done
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New updates, yes. I missed this. Also, now it's apparently getting an anime? Hell yeah
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@jackslate kind of? Need a new typesetter.
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This dead now?
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Comedy gold
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@monka188 thanks for the work. Looking forward to Monday!
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First volume is done, so it's break time. see you next monday
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So this is basically Nichijou in a parallel universe
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Wacky art and dull summary? Must be a hidden treasure ?
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I wouldn't be surprised if Ringo-chan-san shared the same school as these girls.
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so funny
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I love it
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Top-tier comedy
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Did I say it was great? Because it's great. Except the description. That's bad.
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This is pretty greato
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hahaha this is good manga, damn, absurdity of it really shine