This girl is way too lewd
she is a masochisto
Don't do that.
>mfw "spoonfeed is bad" faggots
Black hair is a pedophile and she wants to give little girl a cookie. Little girl normally despises other people except for the dude that walked in at the end. She runs to him because black hair is being a creeper.
it's funny and laid back. doesn't take itself seriously and the characters are pretty great.
mangafags say the show is an utter disgrace but i honestly prefer the anime. it's fun and it's cute.
it's on hulu if you don't mind streaming
>implying i don't pick up speed
>Still using mouth-to-mouth
Jesus, where I live even the ambulances have big posters on the back telling people not to do this and just use chest compressions instead.
I just noticed that opening in the front. Sweet shit that's lewd
I know this is stupid, I know is foolish, I know is impossible seeing the type of serie this is, but I hope she wins, I could root for maid too, but I will wait until we get her backstory.
Karen's my favourite, but my problem with her winning is that she doesn't particularly have any special chemistry with MC. She's really just navigating her first real experience with a boy as a sheltered girl. You could substitute Kimito for anyone and she'd still be just as cute.
In which case I'd rather see her end up with her own love interest instead sharing one with the rest of the cast.
Just accept it, conclusive ending is impossible.
Maybe it will end with bullshit like Kimito back to his oldschool and the girls following him.
>not wanting the girl to end up with the guy she likes
Not him but Kimito's acknowledgement of her hard work sold me on it.
>she doesn't particularly have any special chemistry with MC. She's really just navigating her first real experience with a boy as a sheltered girl. You could substitute Kimito for anyone and she'd still be just as cute
Also, that's a weird way of judging of whether or not 2 people should end up together. In the first place, there's really no need for special connections like being forgotten childhood friends or having "no substitutes" in the relation for it to be real.
They're not people, anon. They're characters. I was speaking in the narrative sense.
It would be trivial to introduce a new character to serve as Karen's love interest because, at the end of the day, the dynamic that makes her appealing around Kimito has little to nothing to do with Kimito himself. It doesn't take a particular kind of character to draw out her appeal so it's easy to make one rather than have her compete in a harem she obviously won't win. That would be my preferred ending.
Conversely, since Hakua has been established to like nobody except Kimito, it'd be weird to try and pair her with another character and sort of compromise part of her characterization. Similarly, It'd be difficult to put Aika with anyone else because her character so far has been almost entirely in her chemistry with Kimito.
> her character so far has been almost entirely in her chemistry with Kimito.
In the best case, that could be used to show she is developing a dependency on him and the new character could be someone that his work (in a narrative sense) is to make her more independat and she could still fall in love with this new character.
>make her more independat
See the problem with this is that the characters here aren't centered around a sense of growth, change or development developed through the progression of a character arc. It's a relatively static appeal based on the character's traits, their dynamic and the interactions with other characters that constitute the humour or harem hijinx of a given scene. Normally, showing a character grow and change would be a good thing, but in terms of this kind of narrative format, it just becomes unnecessary change that risks compromising the core appeal of a character and progressing towards a resolution that effectively becomes a dead-end for the generation of more content.
You could develop Aika into someone else, someone that could have a good dynamic with another, yet unintroduced character, but then she'd have changed from the Aika that Aika fans like into an entirely new Aika.
Komito can be a bad influence for them sometimes.
It's not that bad. At least she tilted the head and held his nose. It's a lot better than what most people with no training would do in that situation. Most wouldn't even bother trying.
Honestly, it's more upsetting to me that this whole drama came about as a result of her performing first-aid in an honest attempt to save his life. If you've ever actually seen CPR performed, there's really no way to misconstrue it for kissing, which just makes the drama unbelievable. Not to mention how easy it would have been to explain away the misunderstanding by simply saying "I found Kimito passed out in the water. He wasn't breathing so I performed CPR." It's not like it's unheard of for somebody to drift off after staying in a hot spring for too long.