Hey, we both used f*** in a VM over something we watched today. To be specific, I asked Reckoner "Why the f*** am I still watching Infinite Stratos 2? WHY?!" and follow up with a summary of why I was annoyed that included the line " UGUU. READ THE GOD DAMN MOOD YOU MORON.". Emphasis in original.
Also Chinami didn't get enough screentime this week.
Ok, I'm at my limit for Nagi no Asu Kara. The f***ing wangsty melodrama is getting out of control now and it's irratiting me to no end. This is definitely the worst of the PA Works anime originals (aside from Angel Beats, but fuck that show too) and it's even worse that this thing is gonna sell a lot cuz masses like wangsty melodrama romance bullcrap with hypercute designs. Why the fuck would you mimick Key you dumbass studio ffs. Bah, I'm mad as hell.
I know that the author is female. I also know she's written at least one yuri VN.
It's not so much the lingerie that I find strange as the Megami-Magazine-esque posing with all the girls. Heck, I haven't seen that from Megami Magazine itself yet. If you look around there's also a picture of Koko in a swimsuit that I would describe as "stripperiffic".
Oh dear... does that mean I'm a Kyoani fan in denial?
I guess they are more "polished" in their moe shows than other b-grade studios so kudos to that. Only if that wasn't the ONLY thing they usually do that would be great. PA Works is pretty much what Kyoani could have been and but is not in my eyes anyway.
To this very day though, I have no idea why I like Tamako from Tamako Market. Something about her happy, vibrant, optimistic personality appeals to me. Also shes quite pretty rather than airhead cutesy. Also the fact she isn't derp is a big factor. Didn't care about the rest of the series though. Bird was interesting for 1 episode than got old.
Chuunibyou was just lolz... for its first half. I like to pretend the second half didn't exist - who the fuck secretly hired Okada to put in some of the worst melodrama I've seen for a comedy series. Dekomori and Nibutani cracked me up tho I didn't give a damn about Rikka and everyday MC.
Lucky Star...well it was one of the first moe comedy gag shows I've watched so it gets spared the axe. Pretty sure if I watched it again it wouldn't age well though.
Fumoffu I remember getting some laughs out of but I seriously don't remember anything about it other than Sousuke being a hilarious dimwit. I do however think FMP:TSR being one of the best Kyoani series ever made but that wasn't exactly a moe show.
K-on and Nichijou can go fuck itself .
Christ, did I just talk about Kyoani for a few paragraphs ...
P.S. I'll give some of the shows you listed a shot.
The last three don't fit the moe comedy genre the way Minami-Ke does but I got the impression that you'd gotten some laughs out of them, so I was using them as a reference.
I still think the request is hard. The general rule is you tend to dislike the genre, with some exceptions like Minami-Ke and Chuunibyou (let's see: MAL scores 6 and above... Tamako Market, the first season of Boku wa Tomodachi, Kannagi, Fumoffu, Natsu no Arachi, Maria Holic, and Lucky Star (wow, that is a lot of Kyoto, especially when you consider Kannagi is kind of ex-Kyoto)). About all I can really derive from that is you're looking for something for something more towards the humour end of the focus on humour v focus on cuteness scale.
Among 2013 shows, Kotoura-san would be my top choice despite some spectacular drama failures. The first episode could probably serve as a dark horse challenger to AnoHana for sheer melodrama.
Among other 2013 moe comedies, I'd probably rank them as follows having regard to your tastes, as best I can figure them out:
Outbreak Company (far better than the average otaku reference comedy)
Non Non Biyori (above average humour for a mixed humour/cute show IMO)
C3-Bu (AKA Girls Und Airsoft - good starting episode, but was losing strenght where I left off)
Yuyushiki (too cutesy)
Kiniro Mosaic (much too cutesy)
Haven't seen enough Going Home Club or GJ-Bu to give much in the way of impressions.
Or you could got for something a little older. There's a few shows I think you'd like the humour in, including the aforementioned Seitokai Yakuindomo (guy goes to formerly all-girls school, ends up playing straight man to girls who like to talk about pervy stuff - it took me a few episode to get into, then I really liked it), Inu x Boku SS (Ririchiyo is essentially a straight man in loli form and my favourite character of 2012), or Otome Youkai Zakuro (gets some good laughs out of playing shoujo style romantic flourishes ironically).