"Anata no nekutai wa bachigaidesu. Watashitachi ha watashitachi no gaikan ni chūi suru hitsuyō ga arimasu. Ki wo tsukete! Tomoko-Sama ga Miteru!" This made me laugh. I can see tomoko reciting sachico's lines.
Yeah Sachi may have a thing for Minami but she wouldn't trust her not to tease her or worse if she confessed. I forget which chapter had it, but Minami basically admitted she and her crew (Sachi etc.) were "safeties" for each other so they wouldn't be loners even if they screwed up socially.
"When I was crying over us getting a 'fake gold' in middle school, you sat there stoically on your smug ass like it didn't even matter! When I said I 'love you,' I left out 'being rattled'. I think I'll go give myself to Sensei ... if you don't mind.Who's crying now, Kumiko? Who's crying now???"
I think the equation Himako solves is for some sort of Laplace transform of equations of non-Markovian diffusion where tau (τ) is waiting time and z(t) = σ√N(t), then φ(z) = √2π , where N(t) = t/τ ̄ so yes it's a bit tricky. and since Himako can't rely on memories to solve it Sacchan's body must have the brainpower to do it. She's just too ADD-led to study.
TongTong is far too young to be a 綠茶婊 (lucha biao), I think. She's more like a Chinese equivalent of a gyaru. With some of the same issues rosa foetida Torii Eriko had for a while. And unlike Eriko - she doesn't even have the image it requires - she's accusing Lin Luxi of being a GTB in that sense. I think it's interesting how use of this has mutated. But I don't know much about Cantonese culture or slang because my education was Mandarin all the way, FWIW. Still, the usage I saw before this involves women out of secondary school, and with a pure, even good facade. Also, is this a Reversal?
On further reading, it's the ex-boyfriend who labelled her. Now it all makes sense.
Is this a joke title? sakura has no kiwa I can discern. The older Uesakura* sister needs to be trained to help. IT's an unhealthy environment for Sakura and Futako, and for Ichiko too, who seems to be modelling herself on Tamako-chan. The unfairness is bothersome, though it's clearly a theme. At least Sakura and Futako can take turns spoiling each other.
I think it should have Age Gap too. As for the story - it's very good; the art isn't as conventionally professional as LWA but is a little reminiscent of it and of 70s-era non-moe art. I would like a light novel of this. I don't think Rachel is possessive, or at least, she'll put it aside for Ema's sake. BTW I am certain of the way the old headmistress discovered how dangerous Ema is: Rachel told her.
It always irks me somewhat when the translation doesn't match what's actually in the picture. Why is Mika-sensei (or Haruka-sensei, or whatever it's supposed to be), talking about a jacket when she clearly wasn't wearing one? Shouldn't that be "skirt"?
maybe she's complaining about the shirt, not the skirt. and in so doing she is drawing Yui's attention to her chest and torso. but ilke weedboner69 said:
bring it up with the author
"jaketto" (jacket) is a katakana word. I actually, on reflection, think the mangaka decided to omit the suit jacket many teachers wear and just draw the shirt.