Always nice to see a pair who A) get together early so we get more time of them as an actual couple and B) don't spend 50+ chapters angsting about the fact that they like another girl or their best friend or whether they like them back or not
@ To be fair its not just ok because of the outcome- she read it by accident- she had no idea what she grabbed and opened- she just wanted to pretend she was busy studying and wasnt caught hugging the pillow.
Sure she coulda stopped on realising it was private but who could do that after already starting and then seeing it was talking about THEM?
I was just so bothered by the broken plate. Cleaning up that stuff is not fun.
Also, for the tooth chip thing, I agree that the mispronunciation seems kind of silly for the degree of the break; but that is in the change in consonants is in the source--not a translation exaggeration.
Looking forward to the next chapter (and more 汉语 reading practice).
not the best writing, but i felt entertained so job accomplished. hope to see situations that come up in future feel a little less contrived now that they are together and as the author gains more experience. and i did learn something. i did not know tangerines were an analogy for yuri lol. what a bizarre thing to be linked to lesbian stories lol though i'm sure there's sound reasoning i don't know behind it XD
Also lol at Gugu just passing it along without realizing, rip
It kinda annoyed me tbh. Has she suddenly become a fool now that she knows Xingxing returns her feelings?
Your gf gives you candy with a tender smile, and you immediately assume the candy is a sweet present for the cool and hunky boy who sits next to you? Like wtf?
I think she just assumed the candy was also a present to the boy from the other girl, and that Yanxing was simply passing it along like before. Honestly, supposing she were paying more attention to class, rather than the gift exchanges, I don't find it that surprising.