When he’s jealous of you and your…father?
Balancing Toy v2, ch.8: Download | Read Online
When he thinks being a jerk will make a girl do his bidding.
Chiruhi Story 5 – Breaking Under the Weight of Snow: Download | Read Online
When he’s super obsessive, even after he’s dead.
Natsuyuki Rendezvous v4, ch.18: Download | Read Online
If he seems too good to be true.
Teke Teke Rendezvous v1, ch.8: Download | Read Online
Oh man, that Chiruhi chapter hit me in the gut!
Thanks for Teke Teke and Natsuyuki! Loving the development of the vet from Teke Teke hehe
I swear Bonta came off as an ass in this chapter. Though I still am vying for him instead of Towa. As for Teke Teke, damn glasses kun is a stripper when he’s drunk. Just see him hook up with those women 3 times his age. Reverse cougar!! But concerning farm gyaru and vet dude…I don’t know what to think anymore. Maybe it’s due to her inexperience with relationships, but she has pretty innocent (and sometimes delusional) views about love. And it’s upsetting to see her genuinely care about him (in the like-like way) while he is…que sera sera. The kind of guy who likes you–but not in the way you like him. I can’t judge him though since I am a lot like him. Meh. Anyway, thanks Stiletto Heels!!!
It’s probably puberty with Bonta. Plus I think his dad was out of the picture during some of the most important years of his life. He seemed like an all-around sweet guy last few pages, though, so I think he means well. Haru and Bonta are adorable together, though I can see how all that bottled up angst could eventually wear on the other person in the relationship. We’ll just have to cross our fingers and hope he grows up a little.
As for Teke Teke’s “Glasses-kun”, a gaze from him is enough to melt any old lady’s heart. Just take a look at this:
Oh my…*saves as desktop background*
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Haha, thanks. 🙂 I guess, it’s not so much that exciting things happen in my life all the time, but that I’ve learned to view ordinary events in a different light? Growing up, I’ve always been told by my elders that a woman should be silent. Instead, I chose to be observant. I’m like a total ninja, when eavesdropping on unsuspecting strangers’ conversations. But humor is something that I use to cope with some of the uglier aspects in my life. I think what’s more empowering for me is being able to laugh at a bad situation, instead of crying over it. (Though there’s nothing wrong with crying!) If that entertains you, all the better!
I guess it’s a good thing that you’re able to use humor to deal with difficult situations. I should try to develop my ability to do that. I tend to be paralyzed by stress in hard times and that’s definitely not healthy.