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Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai

Alternative Titles

English: SHIMONETA: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn't Exist
Synonyms: Shimoseka
Japanese: 下ネタという概念が存在しない退屈な世界


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 4, 2015 to Sep 19, 2015
Premiered: Summer 2015
Broadcast: Saturdays at 23:00 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Light novel
Genres: Comedy, Ecchi, School
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity


Score: 7.481 (scored by 190,745 users)
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Ranked: #17502
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Popularity: #184
Members: 357,644
Favorites: 2,164


Dirty jokes and a cast of characters that are expected to reject dirty jokes but does them anyway! One series might take itself a lot more seriously than the other but in the end they're both alike. 
report Recommended by Hereditus
Both rely heavily on sexual humor. 
report Recommended by iDigidroid
Both series have the same ecchi sense of humor, short in length of episodes, and If you loved Hana from Prison School you will definitely love Anna from Shimoneta.  
report Recommended by vampalchemist
I know what you're probably thinking: "There's no way that these 2 shows have ANYTHING in common". Well, you're wrong: both shows feature a masked leader who uses special tactics to take down a regime they are opposed to, and they form a terrorist organization, recruiting a classmate to help them. The differences, let's see: -The gender of the person who wants to change the world (Shimoneta has a girl, Code Geass has a guy) -Lelouch doesn't reveal who he is to any of his subordinates; Ayame reveals who she is to Tanukichi in the first episode -Lelouch isn't afraid of killing people; Ayame doesn't go  read more 
report Recommended by RoarkTenjouin
At first glance, they aren't similar, right? - alternative japan with a law, that prohibits something - main character is unhappy with this law and he starts to disregard this law in Shimoneta it's more comedy and ecchi focussed and in Koi to Uso it's romance and drama focussed 
report Recommended by NiklasNya
Both have a dirty sense of humor, however Shimoneta takes it a few steps forward and raises the dirty sense of humor bar. 
report Recommended by Fairy_Tail175
Just like Hentai Kamen these two anime similarities fight well one fight crime while the other wants the rule of dirty joke be known but the similarities are there just need to see both to see those similarities 
report Recommended by AkatsukiUlquiora
Both anime include dirty jokes (made by female characters) and a male straight-man character to tsukkomi every time. They are both pretty funny in their own way. 
report Recommended by iwsifakismag
Although B Gata relies more on romance and "more casual" way to approach sex and things related to it, both are still very enjoyable to watch because of their sexual nature. Shimoseka is just more radical when it comes to sexual jokes. 
report Recommended by Platinum_Mole
Really similar setup with the male protagonist mostly getting pushed around by the female characters after being forced into joining their terrorist organization. Very similar comedy focus that relies heavily on absurdism.  
report Recommended by ataraxial
Both are comedies that focus on pervy humor but show little or almost no fanservice 
report Recommended by Maka
There are a few superficial similarity that can be drawn with both shows. One being that they both have a female antagonist being the top of a their respected school or academies. And also that their mothers have even more control then the daughters. In kill la kill, it could be argued that show's antithesis are fighting about clothes and fashion, while Shimoneta, they are fighting for the suppression of anything sexual or promiscuous. Also both shows are incredibly ecchi and lewd. They differ from being a fighting show and the latter strictly being a comedy.  
report Recommended by OnceTwice
In both shows main characters try to change they lifestyle. Both shows have dirty jokes. Both main characters meet a lot of weird people and become weird themselves. 
report Recommended by UselessSakura
A lot of perverted humor! 
report Recommended by BondageHead
Both are about sexual themes and comedy genre. Both deal with serious themes at times. Both are beautifully animated. Both have vivid, memorable characters. They represent a similar point in my opinion.  
report Recommended by Flynnit
Main similarity are :- based on school life and in the MC falls for the silver haired chick . both have female character's who always joke in perverted ways and tricks while Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai? is a bit extreme in certain cases. WE have a kuudere in (Boku no kanojo) whereas we have a yandere in (Shimoneta to Iu Gainen) and both MC's Have hard time handling them . this is the biggest similarity Both MC's get to see an unexpected side about the girl they like which they  read more 
report Recommended by D27
Chocolate Underground and Shimoneta are about a society where stuff that people enjoy (Well, chocolate and erotica) are illegal and there are crazy laws and a government to prohibit it. There is also a underground group with crazy schemes to get around these rules. They are both very funny, but Shimoneta is much more mature. 
report Recommended by Third-Impact
These are both ecchi series that can offer something fun outside of gratuitous fan-service, and they both are absolutely ridiculous.  
report Recommended by CosmicOwlDream
Both protagonists are influenced by girl. Both of them are in love with other girl, and in order not to lose her trust, are required to comply the orders of the first girl. 
report Recommended by weeaboosha
Both shows are about a normal highschool student who bumps into a girl that drags him into a "terrorist organisation". In both shows, the organisation is fighting an oppressive government, and in both cases, the guy ends up playing a major role in the organisation. Guilty Crown is more serious whereas Shimoneta is on the comedy side. 
report Recommended by YangLi
While I hate to always toss out Golden Boy for a recommendation for series like this, it's hard NOT to, as it is likely the greatest ecchi series ever made. I think the reason why I recommend it in this case though is that both the series make ample use of perverted comedy, but there are also moments in which the series both attempt to stab at something greater than mindless entertainment for perverts. While Golden Boy is significantly more so, I believe both shows had a sense about that that I might suggest: "they've got heart." 
report Recommended by CosmicOwlDream
Similar approach to sexual, silly humour, although in Shimoneta it is justified and based around a plot consisting on a dystopian future where dirty jokes and sexuality in Japan are opressed and censored from society. As crazy as it may seem, both series are lighthearted and goddamn funny. 
report Recommended by Dazweg
Now this may seem far fetched but I believe these two shows have a very key thing in common - both revolve around a place that has high moral standards so they aren't able to act a certain way. Love Lab is more of a lighthearted cute take on it where they are in a school that forbids romantic relationships so they work in sort of an underground club to help others with romance advice; while Shimoneta is about having any sort of romantic or sexual relationship so a terrorist group fights against it so it can be a social norm once again. Obviously the  read more 
report Recommended by wonwoo
Both feature groups of students fighting to protect freedom of speech.  
report Recommended by kvnstv1
Dirty sex jokes in both anime, although Hen zemi is even dirtier and more lewd. If you really like sexual humor and want something more mature and with more well thought jokes, go watch Hen Zemi. Be aware that HZ has some poop jokes and other gross stuff that may not be suitable for everyone. 
report Recommended by nightlord6
They are both set in idealistic future settings where people are punished for things(Being a latent criminal in Psycho-Pass and being indecent in Shimoneta) 
report Recommended by Austinedwards1
Both have governed law's to explicitly ban anything sexual in their relative settings. 
report Recommended by Aalydon
Same setting of perverts against the repressive authorities. 
report Recommended by misterferrari
If you like sex jokes, this is for you ! 
report Recommended by Grani-smith
Both us fanservice properly. With Keijo, boobs and butts are part of the sport of keijo and interrgained well. In Shimoneta the main characters fight censorship that government and their school forced on him. Both are easy watches and don't include drama or anything that wouldln't fit in their world. I think they both know and acknowledge how they stand in anime and how they use 'fan service'. Keijo is more of a sport show while Shimoneta is more of a comedy. I thorougly enjoyed both. 
report Recommended by NootyDootyBooty
Both are comedy ecchis with more to offer than just "plot" 
report Recommended by ScuttleDuck