This is too much. Too many girls throwing themselves shamelessly at Yuu, knowing he’s with Miki. And Kei has no shame either, in his pursuit of Miki. Ugh I think we could’ve stopped this show after episode 26. At least Arimi is channeling her feelings from heartbreak into something positive.
Right now, Miki is probably thinking, “Seriously? Isn’t this, like the fourth one?!
I’m still Team Miki! Even if An likes one of my favorite books, Anne of Green Gables.
Who wouldn’t love a sendoff like this from their family every morning? It’s not at all embarrassing.
This scene from Yuu’s birthday reminds me of Sixteen Candles (if only Jake Ryan was real).
It was bound to happen. Yuu and Miki have their first fight. While Miki is very open and forthright, Yuu is reserved and tends to keep his feelings to himself.
Yes that’s her Kappa family, they do their best to comfort her.
Meiko takes Miki on a beach trip to cheer her up. Of course the boys find a way to tag along.
Whaaaaat? We ladies never hold a grudge.
I’m not going to spoil what Yuu’s big secret is, but let’s just say this was Miki’s reaction to it…
I’m still not sure what Kimodameshi is. Yes I could’ve googled it, but I really wanted to piece it together based on what I saw on the show. From what I gather, it’s like a scavenger hunt, and it can be haunted. Miki and Tsutomu are not very good at it.