Dumping lewd stuff.
One day this mango will be popular, I belive it.
Goodnight (almost) dead thread~
>tfw you see it on /a/ when you get home before your RSS feeds update
Some series take off like Tomo-chan or Boku Girl or Koe no Katachi, but things always go south when they do because the threads get atrocious. And don't worry, I'm sure a lot of people actually read this while lurking and without posting.
>And don't worry, I'm sure a lot of people actually read this
The only reason why it would matter is if the translator is histrionic, and wants social approval for translating.
OP here, before you guys go the wrong route, I can assure you that the TL Anon doesn't give a single fuck about anything like that. The TL threads get even less replies than the dump threads and he just doesn't care and still delivers asap which is plain awesome. Also he isn't name nor tripfagging around.
It's like he is the perfect anon.
>is histrionic, and wants social approval for translating.
Isn't that why upvotes are so shit on other sites? Aside from that
it's normal to feel good from a thumbs up in the crowd.
Social approval systems are problematic because they create shortcuts to social positive feedback loops. Although social feedback loops exist within any relatively isolated social groups.
Did kanoi ever admit to herself that she likes itsuki? Although if this is how she usually acts then it should be pretty obvious even to herself.
Also did we find out why itsuki was mad? Maybe his parents are struggling financially so they have to move, hence he's working part time to help pay rent or something?
She denies it and then when her friend asks if she likes him she looks emotionally confused, or is it a TL error?
Yes, I read it. Is this your first manga? It's an overused cliche. You also didn't read my reply or the next page. This is shown even more with the whole "why do I feel this way/jealous" bs that pops up in countless other romance manga when they have known the character for so long. You seem to need her explicitly saying she wants the D and can't into context and seeing past spaghetti spilling moments that are a mainstay of this genre.
Also the fact we got ten strips a day every day for almost two weeks, then daily strips after that. It helps that the author is showcasing his potential for serialized works and is already pretty damn good.