Or at least that’s what this song is boasting!
You may have noticed that I, Maniac, editor-and-fart-joke-maker-in-chief of Homicidols.com, am making this post instead of Kerrie, who is the official Up Up Girls correspondent of Homicidols.com. You see, Kerrie did in fact write a (significant) Up Up Girls post, and it’s going to run, but we ran into the logistical issue of “we’re not running two of almost the same damn thing on the same day.” Yes, I made the poor dear cry (via Twitter! I’m a monster!), but at least I maintained this site’s editorial integrity!*
Kerrie actually did write a brief add-on upon the release of this video, however:
I gotta say, I still can’t get used to a 5-member (Kari) after having Minami and Ayano for so long. It feels empty. But nonetheless, the song’s good and fun. It’s just, this line-up is so weird, man.
Oh, btw, Azusa sitting on a cactus has made this MV instantly qualify for video of the year, sorry not sorry.
I agree with you, Weeaboo Witch, that this ish is weird. However, I am going to instead point to my unhealthy relationship with Mori Saki and how she looks like the girl who bullied everybody (everybody — teachers and bus drivers and cops, too) all the way up until high school, whereupon shifting cultural dynamics and several years’ worth of hormone-induced physical development made it difficult for her to rely on twisting arms and the like, so she just became even nastier to people smaller and younger than her to compensate.
Up Up Girls!
*There is no such thing