Ffs, this is literally the first time I've ever see someone from a so called Yuri story marrying a man in the end.
Let me provide you with the second: Happy End (The last real chapter has its own tag for a reason.)
Actually, maybe this chapter would be a good candidate to be the 2nd holder of that infamous tag... Until now I completely agreed with only that manga's final chapter being marked with it, but I feel that this disappointment might be similar to that time, even if this ending is a bit less messed up.
Edit: This is just a sudden emotional suggestion. Thanks for adding the Het tag; I'm fine with only that, too.
Cute, but does that mean Mikumo was dunking on herself when Kanon described her ex-lover?
I don't think Kanon was referring to Mikumo as her (ex-)lover. Though the drinking training might've been their activities together (Drunkanon), or what she has been doing since the rejection. On the other hand, since the gender is unclear, it may had been a guy, which in turn could be another reason why Mikumo projected her senpai's intentions onto Kanon when she confessed...
This premise would've been worth a longer story. The art was already good. (I mean, like, in the upper right corner it's the prettiest English girlfriend ever. I'm sorry.) After the school life getting stale, the story could've gone deeper into its fantasy setting, too. Maybe it will serve as a long pilot, and there will be a longer, better-paced story about them someday. At least it has the potential for ending well.
I was expecting the last two pages. If they'll be on equal ground, I won't mind anything they consent to and stays between them... There is still the blackmailing, though, so probably some more twists can be expected.
After some of the comments, I read a few parts again and noticed the one mentioning the fingers, which tells that the senpai and the "prince" (who is actually younger) had some sort of sexual relationship for a while already. There are signs of the senpai enjoying it, too, but I still think that it is poorly executed and quite disturbing. It's definitely not a normal situation despite the prince's nonsense about all-girl schools, and together with the later events involving senpai's panties, all of it is humiliating, rather than funny.
What I have in mind: Confrontation with Maki hitting senpai (as if), Liz protecting her, and Maki leaving as a result. Then while talking about how things will go back to how they were, senpai brings up the matter of her husband. Just to twist the knife.
Page 1: Is this angst? Why there no comments so I can look it up before reading.........?!
Page 2: Okay, is this about an asexual persons daily life? cause I can relate!!
Page 3 & 4: Daily conflicts of an asexual person?
Page 5: I too hangout alone........it's rather fun!!
Page 6: Wild plot suddenly appears!!
Page 10: Still not sure if this is Yuri or the relationship of an Asexual person......!
I too was confused by it at first, but I mean, looking more into it, they're living together, touchy feely with one another, and the tag is Yuri so i'm assuming it's one of those relationships where you're both in love, dating, but behave more like best friends than lovers.
A best friends only couple relationship is pretty much the definition of an asexual relationship. But, it's probably just me interpreting it as such since many movies and stories have already overused the insipid need behind wanting a relationship/marriage is solely 'just to have sex'.
Hmm, I had to skim through it a 2nd time, and it kind of reminds me of the relationship Yuu and Touko had in the beginning of Bloom Into You lol, I still wish we could've gotten more context on it tho, the Yuri tag is kind of throwing me off tbh..
Except they're not living together. Mai asks if she can visit, although they are close enough for her to just go ahead and for them to be relaxed around each other. Given only this, Mai's first reaction to the hint of a confession, and the part about Saki's heart withering, together suggest to me that they aren't in a relationship. Mai could even be married while being an old and close friend, or having a sisterly role in Saki's life. (Mai's later disappointment may be a sign of her feelings that aren't reciprocated by Saki, but it could have various other meanings, too.)