" What are those anime that you simply couldn't bear to continue watching? Furthermore, how soon after watching that anime did you stop? Fruit Basket-Got through one episode, and couldn't take anymore.(Comedy is not my thing) Ouran High School Host Club-got through about 10 minutes and turned it off(Once again, comedy is not my thing) Queen's Blade-Got through 4 episodes, but couldn't continue. The voice acting was horrific, the characters shallow, the fights subpar, and had way too much pointless fan service(I don't mind fan service, as long as it's not completely meaningless). Desert Punk-I stopped after about 3 episodes. It had some decent action, but the sophomoric, irreverent humor was just deplorable(once again, humor is not my thing) "
I recently revisited Fruits Basket and was able to get through it. I was rolling my eyes about 90% of the time, but I finished it. @PenguinDust
" I tend to watch a whole series at once so there aren't too many I haven't pushed through to the end. Like the OT, I haven't been able to get through Queen's Blade, and I am a shameless proponent to gratuitous fan service and nudity. I've tried 2 or 3 times already, but I lose interest about 4 episodes into it. I think it's because the characters themselves are so boring. Other similar shows like Ladies vs Butlers, Seikirei, and Motto To Love Ru (if you seen it recently, you know it's 100% an ecchi show now) have characters and relationships that hold my attention and get me to care about them as shallow and stereotypical as they are. Sure, the titles are one step from hentai, but they tell a story and create enjoyable personalties over the course of their series which I find entertaining. Queen's Blade fell flat on that venture. I'll probably try to get through it again someday, but not in the immediate future.
The other one is my go-to answer; Girls Bravo. I just despise the main protagonist so much I have a hard time watching the show. There are a plethora of similar characters in harem anime, but this one guy embodies every spineless trait in one visage. I dislike some of the others, but this one I irritates me so much that I can't finish the show. Again, I'll probably suck it up one day and force myself to see it all, but that will be after QB, so you see how likely that is to occur. "
I tried going through Queen's blade twice, but I simply couldn't bring myself to venture all the way through. Let me say that although I don't necessarily watch anime for fanservice, I certainly don't mind its presence as long as it's accompanied by the other elements that make up a strong anime. That said, Queen's blade is just abysmal. The characters are so flat that it's impossible to muster up even the slightest tinge of any emotion(save possibly contempt) for them.