- Rate: PG - Children
- Native: うんこさん ツイてる人にしか見えない妖精 純情派
- Synonyms: Shit Naive School
- Aired: Jan 10, 2010 to Apr 4, 2010
- Premiered: winter 2010
- Duration: 3 min per ep
- Episodes: 13
- Studio: Kachidoki Studio
- Genre: Comedy
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