The anime adaptation of Tsurezure Children impressed me. Short and simple romantic gags, couples interacting with each others, and content that was both cute and giggly. Simple things such as these are often the ones that have the most to offer. At least when it comes to getting expressions out of its viewer.
This source material manga impressed me further. Rather lengthy series compared to the anime (3-4 times longer, to be exact), yet it kept its quality rather consistently and managed to offer enough new to keep interest despite its super simple settings.
Our story consist of nothing but several couples (there are over 30 main
characters in the series, so there are a lot of them) hanging out. All we see are fractions of their daily life, who they are, what they do and in what way their partner affects them. Some develop their relationship quickly, others more awkwardly and in slower tempo.
Being a rom-com, the events typically center around the characteristics of our characters. These include stuff like boy teasing his tsundere girlfriend because there is no pleasing without teasing, but also because her behavior and embarrassment are comedic gold and heart warming love dovey at the same time.
While the former is just an example of one couple and their typical nichijou, or daily life if you prefer, similar details exist among other couples as well. Some of these are approached in the more "I need your support" type of way where self-conscious character needs to confidence boosts from their partner. One other couple simply tries to have some intimate time, but gets constantly interfered for whatever reasons.
While some of the couples are more interesting than others, I found most of them to add at least something to the overall humor and cuteness. Tsun tsun, osu (karate girl) and teasing master obviously the most. Still, as these romances are practically standalone tales, quality differences are obvious. Especially the teacher x student romance I found to be so terribad that I skipped thru most of it. The good thing is that doing this is possible and doesn't really lessen the reading experience in any way. Skipping those parts that the reader doesn't care about is easy and can only make the reading experience more pleasant as following every single romance line is not a necessity.
The art is light and simple, like in most 4-koma. The anime gave the character design glory there where it is rather mediocre in the manga. The art doesn't really stand out. One could argue that the series doesn't really try to stand out, but it surely would add to the reading experience if the art wasn't so consistently mediocre. The art mainly consists of simplistic characters being on the evenly sized 4 panels every single time, and rarely are there any background art present at all.
As a conclusion: those who came here to look cute and haato waamingu rom-com, will find the exact thing, and with quite high chance, I'd say end up enjoying what they get. Personally, I found this to be all the things mentioned, and also laughed out loud several times. Most of the time, I also found myself smiling when reading my favorite story lines.