This isn't even sad, this is actually more of a bittersweet happy. The worst thing about someone you know abruptly dying is the regret of never being able to tell them exactly how you feel. From personal experience, I had an uncle who killed himself after an argument with his wife, and I'm sure she wished for a long time she could tell him how much he really meant to her. But you can't, there's no way to talk to the dead.
This is kind of the fulfilment of this wish. Much as the dead girl wished she could apologize to her grandmother for breaking her photo, MC wished she could tell dead girl she loved her and get some kind of answer. And she does! She gets to get those emotions off her chest and achieve closure with her emotions. If only we could all talk to ghosts...
Husband'll probably either get no characterization or be a total asswad (potentially cheating), old flame'll just be in denial about being gay, because us bi people don't exist, and this decade of toxic obsession with an old lover and refusal to move on like a healthy adult will be justified as a good move because the girls get together at the end
Holy fuck, I heard this series was slow burn, but we've thus far only had one of two characters in the main ship realize their feelings, and it doesn't seem like any of the side cast has noticed either
It's an interesting change of pace from the usual, and the chapters are consistently good, but christ on a cracker we'll probably be at Chapter 60 before a confession is had
People here is like, I like Amane because she’s so pity, she deserves somebody else. She’s the best character.... lol.
It might not be the end couple but I like Kou x Nene.
And that senpai, crazy obsessive bitch.
I don't think people still want nene to go back to amane, at this point, all us amane fag just want her to cut ties with these girls and be happy, it would be hilarious when nene confessed why she broke up with her, then she will be like "no fuck you, i'm done with you" like the statement of one peepo in early comments.
I don't get why you all blame Nene. She isn't forced to give a reason for breaking up it might as well be true that she doesn't like her anymore which is a fine reason. Staying friends was Amane's choice.
Well, personally I think Nene is rather cruel in the way she stays friends. I just dislike her, I guess. But yeah, you can't blame someone for falling out of love with someone. If that was the reason they broke up, I'd actually give Nene kudos. Because it requires a lot of strenght to actually break up and not let an unhappy relationship just continue.
And Amane is pitied because she has like no control over shit. She is unlucky in love and handles it not well. And then she is manipulated by some psycho who wants her to be unhappy so she'll be dependent on her... It's not what I want to happen to anyone, lol.
How is Nene "rather cruel in the way she stays friends"? She has her reason for wanting to break up, whether that's simple falling out of love, jealousy, or manipulation, and it is valid. Amane refuses to consider her feelings and keeps trying to make moves on someone who obviously doesn't want it. It's rude, clingy, and obsessive.
Amane needs to grow up and realize that if she wants Nene to treat her better she needs to cut that shit out. It's obvious the break up hurt Nene too, and all she's doing is pouring salt in the wound.
Love is a fickle thing, and sometimes someone just loses interest. No one can judge whether a reason is "good" or "bad" for breaking up, the partner just needs to accept that the romantic side of their relationship will be over. Being the clingy obsessive ex is a good way to make someone think thye made the right choice breaking up with you.
If you really want Amane to have a happy ending, yet criticize Nene of being petty and emotional, why would you want them back together? There's some obvious bad chemistry underlying their relationship, even if at first glance they seem to work. I really hope they come to this realization, but my gut tells me the author will gloss over the fact and simply have them hook back up.
I haven't read a series by this mangaka before, but this starting chapter seems interesting enough. Let's hope the presentation is able to elevate this above what'll likely be a pretty by-the-books "married bi girl cheats on husband with lesbian" storyline.
The last few chapters have just been... meh for me. This started off decently strong, but the meandering with misunderstandings and the weird lack of any substantial side characters for most of it just makes it all feel bland. The author also didn't seem willing to fully dedicate to either drama or comedy, and doesn't have the finesse to juggle both, so the tone always felt a little off. I roughly enjoyed reading this, but it's likely not one I'll come back to.
I guess in the end, the title applies more so to the mangaka who drew this than the manga itself. Hopefully that'll be rectified in their next outing.
Yippee, new chapter!
NeneTaru going strong... I think?
Senpai's definitely got the hots for Amane, and is probably planning on using pictures she took of Nene and Taru to convince Amane that Nene's gone and fallen for another girl. Though Amane really does need a push to get over Nene, hopefully it isn't one that ruins their friendship (I've been the clingy ex who can't get over it enough to know that).