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Yumeiro Patissiere SP Professional Ep 7: Okay kids, today’s lesson is Appreciating your Parents!

I think this is the cutest smile ever!

The group learns about how Sweet Fairies are born, and the Jerks attempt to succeed passing their exam.
The end.

Impression:

Okay this turned out to be my worse-case scenerio as for it lasted the entire episode. The positive side is, IT’S FINALLY OVER!!!!

We learned that Sweets Fairies come from eggs, and couples that want a child as to go through this trial to see if they are ready for it. The only problem is, even if you pass – there’s no guarantee that you are going to get an egg. How sad is that? Anyways, so congratulations to the Jerks for finally passing the exam while having sweet potatoes as one of the ingredients. Honestly I really don’t have much to say about this episode because it wasn’t something I entirely enjoyed. I found it was trying to relay a message to the young audience (or rather this can be encouraged to any age), to appreciate their parents for bringing them to the world. Shesh, this impression is way too short for my liking – oh well, I’ll promise you guys it will be twice as long next week. Judging by the preview, I will probably be yapping about Tennouji.

Preview:


WTF. PREVIEWS AREN’T SUPPOSED TO MAKE ME WANT TO SLAM MY HEAD ON THE WALL!
TENNOUJI! WHY ARE NOT FREAKING OVER HENRI YET?! HOW MANY YEARS HAS IT BEEN – AND YOU STILL GOT THIS HUGE CRUSH COMPLEX ON THIS JACKASS GUY? For the love of god – GET OVER IT! AMANO, DO SOMETHING DAMN IT!
Ah it looks like Kashino is being kidnapped by the heiress again while hanging out with Amano. I wonder where they are off to.

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Hi! My name is Eva, I'm am a huge fan of Anime and Manga and here I would like to enjoy reviewing the animes and making this a memorial project for myself. I have started blogging Anime during my summer of 2009, and originally became a fan back in 2005. Throughout the years I became inspired and curious about the world of media and animation, which had opened doors to particular interests that I've never thought about.

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