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Top 10 Most Annoying Girls in Anime (Ft. Todd Haberkorn!)

VO: Raphael Daigneault WRITTEN BY: Alex Crilly McKean
Written by Alex Crilly-Mckean, You are definitely not waifu material…! Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we are counting down our picks for the Top 10 10 Most Annoying Girls in Anime. For this list, we’ll be looking at the female characters in anime who are pretty good at getting on our nerves. Whether their purpose is to be humorously annoying or it’s an unfortunate by-product of their terrible personality, we’d be a whole lot happier if these girls had just a little chill. As always there’s gonna be some light spoilers, so no blaming me…you’ve been warned.
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Top 10 Most Annoying Girls in Anime


You are definitely not waifu material…! Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we are counting down our picks for the Top 10 10 Most Annoying Girls in Anime.

For this list, we’ll be looking at the female characters in anime who are pretty good at getting on our nerves. Whether their purpose is to be humorously annoying or it’s an unfortunate by-product of their terrible personality, we’d be a whole lot happier if these girls had just a little chill. As always there’s gonna be some light spoilers, so no blaming me…you’ve been warned.

[Todd’s Intro]



#10: Julieta Juris

“Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans” (2015-17)

There are so many examples of great female characters in this show. You have Kudelia; a spokesperson for peace in a time rich with political strife, and Amida; a badass, beautiful mercenary whose idea of free love was actually refreshing. Then you have Julieta; a soldier in service to series villain Rustal Elion, whose attitude could not be more grating.

She tries to project herself as strong yet is so dependent and devoted to her beloved Master Rustal that you can hardly call her independent.

She’s got plot armour as thick as her head and no redeemable qualities, folks.



#9: Nui Harime

“Kill la Kill” (2013-14)

Don’t let that cheerful smile fool you, this Lolita is a cold-blooded killer. As Ragyo’s right hand woman, Nui’s meddling caused nothing but chaos for the inhabitants of Honnouji Academy. What’s most infuriating about her (aside from the incessant taunting) is that she’s so damn powerful that she can get away with practically anything. Honestly, how are you supposed to compete with cartoon physics? Try’na have a serious anime fight over here.



#8: Kuroko Shirai

“A Certain” franchise (2008-11; 2013)

Whether she’s making cameos in A Certain Magical Index or plaguing us with her shrill voice in A Certain Scientific Railgun, we really wish this particular esper would take it down a notch for the sake of Academy City. While she technically holds the position of being Mikoto’s bestie, we rather the term crazed stalker. Seriously, all this girl ever does is throw herself at the electro-master in the hope of getting some. That’s just creepy.



#7: Kirino Kousaka

“Oreimo” (2010; 2013)

Willing to step on everyone and anyone just to keep her otaku life a secret, not only is Kirino the worst kind of hypocrite, but the fact she goes out of her way to ruin her brother’s every romantic endeavour is just icing on the crap cake. Yeah, said brother is an idiot for deciding to go ahead and pick her in the end, but we’ll always consider this little pest the evil mastermind behind it all. Go to Haberhell, Kirino!



#6: Nyaruko

“Nyaruko: Crawling With Love” (2012)

Ahh yes, when H.P Lovecraft’s Nyarlathotep gets put through the ol’ anime conversion device, it becomes a different kind of terrifying. Speaking a million words a minute and unable to complete a single sentence without a reference of some description – Nyaruko is a living, breathing meme-machine of an outer god. And when she’s not bombarding us with catchphrases she’s harassing Mahiro for some inter-species snoo-snoo.

No amount of JoJo quotes will make you any less annoying Nyaruko.



#5: Maria Ushiromiya

“Umineko When They Cry” (2009)

Sure, we feel sorry for the poor kid being the daughter of Rosa, but as soon as she’s given a glimpse of the macabre she becomes all kinds of irritating. Going on and on about Beatrice one minute then telling her whole family they’re gonna die the next. And the crying… My god the crying. But you know what’s really annoying? That CATCHPHRASE! Remember folks, bad parenting may turn you child into a bloodthirsty, witch-obsessed, psycho. You have been warned.



#4: Nina Einstein

“Code Geass” (2006-08)

Look, Nina, real talk here. Just because the princess you used to have a huge lady boner for ended up getting gunned down, it doesn’t give you the excuse to try and detonate a school with a nuclear reactor. In spite of her genius, her mentally unstable mind and hardcore prejudice painted Nina as an unlikable character pretty early on, to the point where her little redemption arc at the end of the show didn’t exactly have us cheering. After all, we were forced to watch her get it on with Table-kun. No-one should be subjected to that!



#3: Rebecca Hawkins

“Yu-Gi-Oh!” (2000-04)

There are so many filler characters in this series they could fill up a whole deck. This begs the question, out of all of them, why was Rebecca the one to keep coming back?! She’s a brat of a character who somehow is considered a top duellist in America, even managing to technically get in a win against Yugi after he surrendered because…you know…friendship and all that. Can we please get back to defeating flamboyant villains in a children’s card game now? Thanks.



#2: Chi Chi

“Dragon Ball Z” (1989-96)

When Bulma and Vegeta have the healthier relationship, then you know something has gone very wrong. After bagging herself the universe’s strongest hubby, Chi Chi went on to annoy the crap out of fans with how she seemed to think she could have a totally normal life in spite of her husband’s world-saving duties. A white picket fence is all fine and dandy, but it doesn’t mean jack if the planet gets blown up because you were forcing your Saiyan husband to get a driving license.



#1: Umaru Doma

“Himouto! Umaru-chan” (2015; 2017)

Must not strangle, must not strangle, must not strangle! Yes, this demon in an orange hoodie may not exactly be the worst female character to crawl its way out of primordial soup, but hoooooly hell does she take the crown for most annoying.

While she maintains the persona of a perfect student, as soon as she gets home she transforms into a ball of ear-piercing annoyance. Lazy, selfish and way too loud, no amount of cuteness can distract us from just vexing Umaru truly is.
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