Uzaki-Chan Wants To Hang Out Second Trailer Is Filled With Busty Delights

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Back in March, Kadakowa announced that an anime based on the manga of Uzaki-Chan Wants To Hang Out would arrive in July. They teased the anime with a short trailer showcasing some clips from the show. Well, recently they followed that up with a brand new trailer, featuring additional scenes and comic gags of the busty internet darling.

The Engi produced slice-of-life comedy received a near two-minute long promotional trailer for the upcoming series, highlighting some of the hijinks and humor that you will find in the multi-episode series.

The trailer highlights a few of the scenes where Sakurai Shinichi finds himself overwhelmed by his busty companion and her seemingly unending verve and non-stop chatter-boxing.

The energetic college student pesters Shinichi while he deals with the sometimes sexual innuendo that accompanies Uzaki and her rather top-heavy charm.

I have no idea how they’re planning on getting more than a single season out of the show, but Uzaki-chan has the uncanny ability to trigger the living daylights out of all the Social Justice inbreds that occupy seemingly every corner of Big Tech’s popular social media sites, Twitter in particular.

In fact, some pesky SJWs went out of their way to try to get a blood drive in Japan cancelled all because the Red Cross teamed up with the original creator of Uzaki-Chan Wants To Hang Out, and they claimed that her busty figure was “sexist!”.

The entire outrage – fueled by Western feminists (male feminists at that) – even managed to make it onto a late night Japanese television show where they were soundly mocked.

Thankfully, the Red Cross was smart and the Japanese locals were resilient to the SJW’s cowardly attack, and they teamed up with the creator of Uzaki-Chan Wants To Hang Out for a second blood drive, much to the delight of fans and those who stood in need of blood transfusions.

This goes to show you that Social Justice Warriors hate traditional norms so much that they would literally go the extra mile to get people killed rather than to allow a busty anime girl appear on promotional material to help save lives.

Well, I’m sure more of the Social Justice Warriors will be triggered when the series starring the top-heavy heroine goes live in July.

(Thanks for the news tip NoriyukiWorks)

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