That's just the skirt - which looks like it might be denim or some similar fairly heavy cloth - pressing it down though. (Into the buttcrack actually if you think about it...) But there's otherwise a fair bit of free air around it, which wouldn't exactly be the case under trousers...
Also, even in the case you describe it'd still be a decent volume of matter stuffed into the garment. At the very least equivalent to a small towel; you wouldn't exactly want to go around with one bundled up in your pants, nevermind now one that presumably has sense of touch to boot. Should still be pretty visible, too.
Plus kinda hard to see why she'd keep it in there to begin with...
Offal? Isn't that the like the fatty pieces of pork, like the intestines and snouts and other less glamorous parts? Google!
That's certainly the meaning of the term I'm familiar with. Commoners all over the world have devised any number of ways to make something palatable, and indeed tasty, out of such "leftovers" (also blood) of butchering animals - waste not want not.
Chinatsu doesn't really have many friends around her own age, it seems. I do like how she acts like a kid though, rather than just a really short adult.
Agreed. Chinatsu is one of the really few kid in manga that is actually making sense by acting as how they should be. Last time i actually read manga with kid being kid is in Yotsubato. Kochimuitte Miiko doesn't count bcs it is manga for kid (tho lots of adult still read it)
I really love this manga. I've read is a few times now and watched the anime several times, too. What I somehow noticed: The author seems to have a habit of increasing Makotos breats when they feel like it. Sometimes she looks normal, sometimes she looks like a C-D cup. Not that it bothers me or anything. Just noticed.
It makes me wonder if there's some kind of oversight for this; if the Harbinger of Summer has someone he needs to answer to for screwing up like that. Alternatively, maybe the oversight just consists of the other supernatural beings teasing him about it for the next century or so.