Personally If I was her I could see getting smacked in my face as a reasonable reaction. Now why I would think she did it would be a whole other can of worms. Then again I've never been in a relationship (and barely any friendships at all and only if you count gradeschool) so maybe I'm just weird/don't know what I'm talking about. Conversely I'd probably judge myself a lot harsher if I'd done the slapping.
I'm gonna take the post irony reaction here and say this is great drama.
As far as green peppers go, I'd suggest diceing them and sauteing In oil. Like onions they tend to mellow out when cooked (and the two are quite good together on a sandwich or in fajitas). Otherwise if bell peppers in general suffice you could go for red ones as they are riper and usually a bit sweeter.
Beyond that, maybe cooking them a while in a soup with various other vegetables could deal with it especially if you like various spices that could cover it up.
The whole mandatory pleasure denial aspect is still a nuisance though. "Noo, stop" ^^
Yeah that always feels weird. I think that there may be cultural context being missed. Presumably if we could hear the tone we could tell it would be one of those 'saying something that means the opposite of it's literal meaning' sort of things.
I've heard that it's actually common for words to start to mean the opposite of what their original definition was. Presumably it isn't always so unfortunate in it's contrast though.
Another Ironic thing that could happen would be someone who does something they would murder someone for, but then subsequently commits suicide. It takes away the argument of what they're doing as being something that could deter bad behavior, since it would be clear that people who are willing to die aren't going to be swayed by the prospect of being killed.
I have to wonder if the author is being intentionally ironic or not with the pres/vice-pres position here. They're both bullying Satsuki this very moment with the framing and gaslighting. Are they meant to be inconsistent, or would they agree that they deserve to be murdered now?
Well they think what they are doing is right so they are just doing what they believe needs to be done to convince Satsuki to join them.
Would be ironic to have them encounter a person spouting the same drivil they do murdering someone they (the prez and vice-prez) didn't think deserved to die. Like they'd agree with the methods, but not the verdict, and so this gives them an example that they can comprehend of what Satsuki sees them as (Satsuki wouldn't kill these people even then but it's close enough to hurt them).
What if she was actually hurt by aro erasure because she thought if you had sex with someone without being in love with them that you were a bad person since that had been the only exposure to that they had? Like I could see a lot of angst being squeezed out of that for a panel or two before the gang made it clear they could really be good friends even if they had benefits.
Couldn't the stuco pres and Satsuki now prove their power by simply having the president (who seems pretty off his rocker so I bet he could comitt to it) plan to kill himself within the next 24 hours in some room they will have access to, and leave notes on himself (possibly by painting answers on his shirt and then laying down before dying such that they will be visible) so that they could demonstrate ESP via Satsuki being able to state the contents of a box or the order of cards in a deck before they are revealed, since she could see the answer on his body?
He wouldn't actually have to die, he'd just have to be willing to comitt to doing so such that a primonitory corpse would appear of him, and when she guesses it right, or if some issue makes it clear the message isn't properly conveyed, he would of course back out of it. Causing the corpse to then fade away. No death actually occurs.
You could just demonstrate the ability minus explaining the creepypasta sounding details until you can get people to realize you really do have some sort of ESP, then explain the significant limitations involved.