This is so fitting of Mu. Is she weirded out that a girl likes girls? No, her issue is age. I think that for the first time, I'm fine with the main pair not immediately and officially getting together. Because what might happen sounds fun. Since I'm sure that Shi has no other limiters applied to her gayness, she will just go full speed ahead.
Also, I know the whole thing will settle down, because I'm sure Mu being the mature adult with a business degree that she is, will finally figure things out. Yet I can't stop thinking of the possibility that it actually doesn't work out for Shi. Not only could she curse herself for being "born this way" but also for being born at the wrong time. Such a dark though, luckily there's no way this could happen.
Isn't this officially translated by now? I know they finished translating the cooking mangas but I swear they also translated this.
Oh well, still, it's nice to see it finished on here as well.
Their interactions in here and in the anime were fun, however awful the latter ended up being. Makes me understand why people want an event with them so badly. I mean ehm, a blacksteel event, obviously.
Also, I thought about it being too fast, but then again what was Rurika supposed to do? Komugi's gay radiation was so strong that Rurika didn't need a gaydar to notice the highly concentrated lesbian energy that accumulated around her. And since Rurika learned that Komugi tends to be passive even about things she likes, she'd just take that initiative.
Now, what worries me more is the "We going back to the country soon so don't get used to the city life" part. Since now we know what will happen later, I wonder how it'll be resolved. For some reason, I feel like anything could happen with this story. Even a bittersweet goodbye without a follow-up "sometime later"
Yeaa... This plot point was the first thing I thought about after reading the first chapter. Because it's the typical situation that occurs in this type of story. I think it's done that way on purpose, to show a situation of "what if". I also don't think it'll go that way. Like, the mom or even mom and dad would learn from their "mistake" and happiness. Or maybe they'll be softened enough to be convinced. Or hey, maybe we'll have something more exciting happen. Regardless I don't think they'll just settle for "Oh okay I guess we're done have fun marrying a random dude MoMo".
Anyway, after reading the chapter, I had a blast reading all those over-the-top reactions. So just for that I hope this plot goes on for a bit.
I won't lie I hoped we'd get Uda stuff first and fluff later. But I won't complain, since this chapter was excellent. I mean that ending killed it all. Mashiro wonders if her nails are trimmed properly while Nagisa, changed by her love, is still the same old practical Nagisa. But I guess those quirks are what makes them depend on each other, just for different reasons.
Anyway, ready for the emotional hit with Uda stuff. I trust the author that it'll be all nice and comfy as well with maybe a few road bumps.
This chapter (40) just made me let out a deep sigh. I wanted to ask if the author is running out of ideas, but to be honest it takes a creative level of stupid to come up with something like this. Like I get that breaking out of tropes is becoming the new trope, but not like this...
Unless it's handled in a weird way, it might be another "Oh no I'm gay?!" moment for a side character.
Can't wait for the sequel to this manga. "About a world that was turned gay by a college girl who gets picked up at a mixer party by an older girl and the older girl."
I'm starting to appreciate mangas where in each chapter the author reminds us of the names of the characters in it. Because I really forgot how the other two were named. I'll blame myself since I'm horrible with remembering names, but still, I wish this had it somewhere at the start.
Still my own issues aside, I'll yet again say what an amazing manga this is so far. There's this mystery of what really happened and what will happen, but it doesn't make me feel like there's some buildup to something "big". At least not yet. It's really grounded so far, and I like it. Too many stories have an incredible buildup for a lousy payout. Mostly because the buildup was too big, even if the payout wasn't bad on its own.
And it's so bittersweet! It always turns either wholesome or cute or both but it's always in the shadow of the tragedy that both happened and in a way is still happening.
Making any kind of rolled pastry is a bitch and a half >< I wish it was as fun and amazing as it was shown here.
So I originally dropped this after I think 10 chapters. Decided to skim through a few chapters but I still have to ask, is this sequel still in the "mistake" territory? I mean I loved the first one, but this always seemed like the main reason most people are so tired of the artificial drama in their stories.
Ah yes, understanding from the get-go parents. If only things could be this nice. Still, I wouldn't mind for this to boil a little longer before mom "realizes". Just for some extra "funzies" and awkward situations.
So after nobody came they just went for a walk. I mean... We all knew that would happen. So we could only go up from those expectations huh...
Also, we went through quite a bit lately and we ended up with a kiss. So what's ahead of those two I wonder.