I Can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying

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4.6
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  • One of my favorite Slice of life/Comedy anime
    The only thing I can say it could be better is making the episodes last longer, but since this show was based on a 4 koma manga I can see why they are so short, but is good, I recommend it greatly. You are gonna laugh for sure. Definitely hoping for another season of this.
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  • Short Form Comedy about Love
    Every wondered what it would be like if an otaku married a normie? Well that's what this show is about. Follow some interesting characters in their day to day shenanigans and the evolution of this weird but fictional relationship. A good show to watch between longer stretches of anime nowadays. Highly recommend for some good chuckles.
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  • Want to watch a show 7 times and still not get board with it?
    Here is the answer, a fun, short, cute show about a group of married people living their daily lives.
    This show has a massive amount of re-watch-ability, as this is the only anime of this type that i have seen (besides maybe Clannad and Love is Like a Cocktail). And while there may be others out there, this one is probably the best (Clannad is better, but most of it does not take place after ...
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  • #55. After the honeymoon.
    I can't Understand What My Husband Is Saying is a short form quirky and sometimes zany anime about marriage and what it is like years later.

    A hardcore otaku shut in of a husband and a average wife, (until drunk..) living out their days together and still discovering what the joys and challenges of marriage are other than just loving each other right. A slice of life comedy about ridiculous ...
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  • Comfy RomCom with low stakes but good heart
    This one will blow by you fast but leave you feeling good.

    Shorts are a love hate for me. I always just want a bit more, but at the same time, they really are able to execute their purpose with a lot more effectiveness without dragging things out.

    An everyday woman and her otaku husband navigate the complications of early married life. They might not always understand each other, but they ...
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  • Very cute and sweet.
    This show is definitely worth the watch. The episodes are only 3 minutes long, which is surprisingly enough time to be satisfied with the episode's content, but just so little that you'll continue watching. The characters are very sweet and it's just an overall feel-good show. Not to mention how Hajime's otaku personality is very relatable and the jokes/ references he makes really make me chuckle.
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  • Living with an otaku
    3:30 ish minute shorts about a working wife and anime fan. Awesome little bits of getting along with your new spouse. Lot's of anime/manga references, for example" trying to name their upcoming child our hubby replies in pure EVA mode "Shinji or Rei".
    Grin. My negative is about character design. If the story is about 20-somethings, have characters that reflect that age group.
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  • I Can't Understand Why This Was So Cute
    I just recently found this show, and wow was it a gem hidden in the rough. Especially for a short, the series was really good. I blew through the first season so fast, that I purposefully slowed down for the second season. Only sad part of this is that it hasn't gotten a season three.
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  • Short but Sweet Anime
    This was a truly really well done anime. There are only three minutes per episode but it still feels like a full episode! The two main characters are extremely relatable and funny, and yet at the same time deep and moving. I highly recommend this anime!
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  • Short episodes, packed with goodness.
    A nice picture of married life, and how it changes over time.
    Not appropriate for younger viewers, at times, but nothing offensive.
    If you enjoy this, you will also like Love is Like a Cocktail.
    Both series are slice-of-life shows about a married relationship, with short episodes.
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