TL;DR: it's a shorter Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei aka it's a comedy until it blows your fucking mind.
The comedy is unique and well executed. The author utilizes multiperspectivity pretty well considering the genre, and that the setting is, for the most part, the same place by a river.
Think Durarara or Baccano, or the recent Odd Taxi (Which is written by the same author as this manga) but as a slice of life comedy.
Could a situation that gets told twice, or even thrice sometimes, still hold up comically just because it's from the perspective of another character? That's obviously a rhetorical question, because the answer is
yes, and this manga proves it.
At face value seeing the same thing from the perspective of another character that's sitting inches away from a character whose perspective we have already seen might seem like a cheap excuse to recycle previous panels or even entire pages, which it might actually be, but the execution is masterful and the payoff is worth it.
It's episodic in nature, so there is no overarching plot, although callbacks to stories told in previous chapters often occur. Which in the end culminate in the author pointing out every single piece of foreshadowing he had put in the earlier chapters to create a remarkable ending.
While mostly comedic, some chapters are more serious in tone than others, but it doesn't feel out of place, largely because it comes off as natural with how realistic the characters are. There aren't many characters, but the author does a good job of making the ones that do appear memorable. If anything, this is probably the only manga where you'd take the words of a Belarusian character dressed up as a clown seriously.