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joined Jan 30, 2013

the art style of the manga is simple but yet unique, it has a very interesting appeal to it. I like it :D its different :)

joined Feb 21, 2013

"That was the day I realized I was a pedophile."

joined Oct 13, 2014

the "simple" are reminds me of onepunch man ONE for some reason

joined Aug 21, 2015

Is a simple nice oneshot I like it

joined Apr 16, 2013

On the first page I thought the girl was Anna lol.

I've seen larger age gaps on here, so this didn't really jump out at me as "Pedo", but it seems pretty close.

joined Apr 27, 2013

Not bad.Be interested in seeing a sequel

joined Oct 15, 2013

thats some weird art.

Was fine, woulda liked to see that date to the movie tho.

joined Jul 22, 2014

Just checking Middle school is 10 to 13 years old right?

joined May 10, 2014

Hmm interesting...needs a sequel. I like the art style.

joined Oct 6, 2013

12-15, middle school 2nd year, 13-14?
pedobear approves.
I liked how its simple though

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joined Feb 8, 2014

It ended a little too suddenly - and the namesake never came up! - but it WAS pretty cute. Liked it, hope to see more from the artist.

joined Jun 21, 2015

More like hebephilia than pedophilia since she is probably going through puberty JUST SAYING also they never disclosed the cashier chick's age so who knows. Art was not my style whatsoever, kind of feel like the artists didn't give it a lot of serious effort. The plot was alright, but it could have been a bit longer. Probably not in my top 20 one shot wise, but definitely not at the bottom of the list either. It had it's unique traits that made it enjoyable in it's own right.

joined Jul 3, 2015

They are just friends wtf are you guys talking about. The main character is just kinda lonely so she is really happy she found someone who shares her interests.

joined Dec 14, 2014

This happens to me way too often (maybe I subconsciously dislike my own cooking?).

joined May 26, 2011

Cute. would be nice to see a sequel or series made from it.. i'd honestly like to see more series that have an interesting age gap story, dealing with the difficulties of trying to have a relationship like that. differences with generation, obviously in this case being frowned upon in society due to one person's young age, things like that...

joined Sep 11, 2014

A good example that you don't really need great artwork to make a great manga. It's really simple, both artwork and story, but it's really good, too.

joined May 15, 2014

i would think the cashier like 17-20 since she works at a book store and the other cashier dosent find it too odd so she cant be like in her 30s :P

joined Jul 20, 2011

IIRC Middle School was 13 and 14, then High School 15 to 17. So she'd be 14.

joined Jan 17, 2014

yup, the adult that agreed to spend time with someone younger thanks to similar interest = instant pedo

i know you some of you are just kidding

joined Jul 22, 2014

All in all its sounds like a nice relationship still it would be funny to see how they go in a few years

joined Dec 14, 2014

The cashier could be anywhere from 19 to 22 years old, I guess. Suppose she graduated and started working, then the humdrum of the work force could have gotten her within a year.

Although the artwork is really rough, I think it benefits from being consistent in the way characters and facial expressions are done. Their depictions are simple, but you can pick up the vibes and there are no slip-ups. It's kind of like Ratana Satis' immaculate anatomy, just... erm, in a simplistic way.

joined Jun 7, 2014

It's not pedophilia it's yuri

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joined Mar 20, 2013

I like how everyone calls pedo while there are plenty of much larger age gap stories on the reader that never received such comments...(even jokingly)

I really liked it. That young adult feeling of laziness and aimlessly doing nothing is wonderful (and possibly being caught up in something interesting that breaks those habits). Makes me want more like it.

last edited at Aug 29, 2015 1:30PM

joined Mar 8, 2014

That's... it...? I wanted more :<

joined Jul 20, 2013

I love the gestural style in this.

That young adult feeling of laziness and aimlessly doing nothing is wonderful (and possibly being caught up in something interesting). Makes me want more like it.

I second this. I liked that simple, mundane slice-of life feeling this story has. The paneling did a great job of showing how uneventful the older chick's evenings typically are.

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