My Senpai is Annoying Episode 2 is about to release on 16th October 2021, Saturday. Fans are excited about the release of the episode!!
If Igarashi Futuba’s senpai, Takeda Harumi, wasn’t so irritating, her new job would be perfect! Futuba despises his chuckle, his size, and the fact that he treats her as if she were a child. Futuba isn’t a kid simply because she’s small and appears young, and just because she spends so much time with Takeda doesn’t mean she sees him as anything other than an obnoxious senpai… or does she?!
Igarashi is a small young adult woman with a thin physique who is sometimes mistaken for a youngster. Her forest green eyes and shoulder-length green hair are generally tied in a ponytail. In the office, she wears a suit, and when the weather becomes chilly, she puts on a crimson muffler.
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Takeda, Igarashi’s senpai, irritates her constantly with his words, his chuckle, his stature, and the way he pats her head. Even though he cares for her and shields her from people who come on her while they’re out drinking, drives her home when she’s inebriated, and even apologizes to their employer for her faults.
Later in the series, she asks him whether he likes her one evening while out drinking, and Takeda affirms, adding that she always makes him want to take care of her as if he were married with a kid. Igarashi wonders aloud why she isn’t the wife, but quickly realizes what she has said and feels ashamed. The next day, she’s angry about what she said the night before and wants to talk to Takeda about it.
Later in the series, during lunch, she retracts her statement, and Takeda chuckles as she realizes she was frustrated. Takeda remarks that, because she is young, she will be able to find a better man than him.
My Senpai is Annoying Episode 2 Release Date:
The famous Japanese series is about to release on 16th October 2021, Saturday. More episodes are about to release in this month itself!!
Where to Watch it Online
You can watch the episode on the Manga Plus application, Manhua.com, Disney+, and other famous publications.
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