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July 20th, 2014, 12:09 pm

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July 20th, 2014, 12:09 pm


Poor Tamiko D: But Makoto is really worried about Naomi T_T ┬┤Til next week! Comments? :D


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July 21st, 2014, 1:11 am


No. 1 I feel bad for her because of Makoto's split heart between her and Naomi. It seems as if Naomi takes the No. 1 spot in his heart which for most high school girls is a little frustrating to deal with your boyfriend prioritizing his friend over you. But what I think the biggest issue is the fact that Tamiko doesn't look like she's in the loop about Naomi. To which if she was in the loop I'm sure her hurt face would be more out of worry for a friend than the disappointment that comes with the fact that she can't have the first spot in Makoto's heart.

Also Makoto's sense of urgency is quite surprising since he looks as if someone was dying or was severely hurt and he had to get to some place immediately. To which the scene was well done for the pacing but it also leaves us in mystery as to why Makoto is in such a rush. We know that he'd go help Naomi as soon as she asked but this sense of urgency can also be seen as if he was trying to stop some great peril. Which leaves me at least to wonder what is it that happens when Naomi's father tends to take her away from school and home.

I got to stop this rambling of mine @.@


July 21st, 2014, 1:24 am


@kitkat12: never stop, I love your comments so much!! I love the way you analyze each situation!

Fun fact: Makoto has made sure that Naomi and Tamiko never meet, because he's afraid that she might find out about his feelings for her. That's why in chapter 1 when Naomi asked Makoto to bring Tamiko to Taka's birthday party he refused and Naomi complained about him don't letting her meet Tamiko.


July 22nd, 2014, 1:12 am


@kitkat12: I just saw all your comments, yes indeed, never stop, the "rambling" (as you call it) and the analysis are very enjoyable and it's a joy to read! Thank you so much!

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