Danna Catalogue vol.03

I didn't plan on posting two reviews of the same series this close together, but that is the way things went (^-^;;)

旦那カタログ Vol.3 特集:亭主関白旦那 VS 兼業主夫旦 

Company: Honey Bee
Based on: Original
Released: 2009.03.27
Official site: http://www.honeybee-cd.com/master_top.html

Danna Catalogue is a series that lets you choose a husband and experience a few moments of married life. Each vol has two characters that are usually the opposite of each other personality wise. This time we have a 'dominant husband', and a 'domestic husband'

Miyatogawa Tetsuya (CV: Nakai Kazuya) is the dominant husband. Whether I should say dominant or really conservative, I'm not sure. Either way, Tetsuya works as a police officer, and you are his full time housewife. Don't expect him to help either, housework is a woman's job.

How should I put this... he obviously loves you, but that attitude of his!!! It begins with his proposal, where he basically tells you to "be quiet and follow him". Riiiiight, not exactly the most romantic phrasing, but ok. Your daily life seems to be Tetsuya telling you what to do, and you running around at his every command. He calls you a good housewife when you do things right, but as soon as you don't do something perfect he calls you a hopeless wife *sigh*. The track where he comes home drunk and keeps telling you he loves you is potentially very cute, but somehow his drunk love declarations fail to make an impact on me.

Tsukaguchi Tomonori (CV: Ono Daisuke) is the complete opposite. He works at a kindergarten, loves to do chores, and in fact seems to be the one who does most of the housework. Apparently you are also his first love, you still have a letter from him from your grade school time, in which he childishly asks you to marry him.

While Tetsuya is to dominant, Tomonori might be a bit too nice. Maybe it is because he works with little kids, but he tends to treat you like one as well. The way he sometimes explains things would make you think you are a 5 year old. Despite the way he reads it, I liked the story he reads to you in the track where you can't sleep: it is actually the Nutcracker.

Listening to Tetsuya was above all so incredibly frustrating. Saying that I should do this, do that, always complaining, so that when he finally praises me I couldn't even be happy about it. Nothing wrong with being a bit conservative, but THIS.(ノ ̄□ ̄)ノ ~┻━┻ By the time that I reached Tomoya his tracks I was probably so annoyed that I started to get annoyed with him as well. Poor soul, he never did anything wrong.

If anything, this CD was frustrating. Tomoya might be recommendable is you can deal with being treated like a child, but Tetsuya is only worth listening to so that you know what kind of men to stay away from.

ps: I love Honey Bee their inconsistency in the spelling of the title.

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