Fujimaru is perceived as a delinquent, though he’s pretty kind at heart. Still, since everyone is afraid of him, he can’t stand school and hence generally skips. However, one day a random girl, Usami, says that she’s come to take him to school because she’s a class rep and also because she loves him. While she is strange, she does manage to persuade him to go, where he discovers that she’s not even the class rep for his class, and also that the class reps for his class are super weird, possibly even weirder than her. Anyway, he decides that he’s going to start attending class regularly. However, the student council, led by the woefully incompetent and easily lost Urabe as President, but really led by the cold Himuro as Vice President, randomly take an interest in him, and decide to do something to make sure Fujimaru continues attending school, which ends up being a competition to get him a girlfriend. Usami obviously applies. Due to various misunderstandings Urabe also applies. And also a girl named Yumizuka, who apparently has some connection to Fujimaru that he can’t remember but calls him Onii-chan also applies. In the end, despite Fujimaru trying to get out of it, the event still happens. But in the end the vice president finds everything incredibly annoying, so she gets fed up and just ends it by saying that all three of them would be his girlfriends, which the three, despite Fujimaru’s protests, end up agreeing to.
This manga has a pretty interesting premise, but not really much of a plot. There aren’t really any story arcs. Just a bunch of random events. Some of these lead to some development, especially towards the beginning and end, but for the most part, there isn’t really any development in terms of plot, characters, or their relationships either. I don’t just mean that in that the events fail to make progress, but rather its obvious they’re not even trying. This is very much a gag manga, with most of the jokes based on tsukkomi. They get somewhat repetitive after a while, but overall it is pretty funny throughout. This is more focused on comedy than most comedy manga I’ve read, where they at least try to have some sort of concrete plot that they try to bring to a strong conclusion. Here the plot is very loose to the point its more a premise really, and the ending itself while incredibly awesome, although abrupt, is also a ridiculous gag, which fits the series perfectly. The art is solid enough.
A manga without much plot but a hilarious premise put to good use.