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Wait, What?: New Anime Series Where Girls Fight With Their Butts And Boobs

Because NASA can't redirect an asteroid soon enough, this is a trailer for the just released Keijo!!!!!!!!, a new anime series with more exclamation points in its name than letters in which the girls all do battle exclusively with their butts and hips and boobs. I just don't know anymore. Not that I knew anything before, but I definitely don't know now. In Keijo!!!!!!!!'s first episode, which aired on October 6th, protagonist Nozomi Kaminashi begins attending Setouchi Keijo Training School.
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