This is a pretty accurate portrayal of the modern American woman.
I should probably move to America then.
Is Seishirou Tsugumi an accurate depiction of Japanese women?
you better have the photoshop skills to back that shit up
>It almost makes me want to pick up the shitty manga again.
Despite reading it myself I don't know if the otter in me would ever reccomend Nisekoi to anybody.
That being said, if there ever was a time to pick it back up, now is the time.
If you're a chitogefag anyway.
I remember I hated Haru with the force of 1000 suns when she was first introduced, surprisingly the author actually managed to turn her into a likable character even before I dropped it.
There was a good reason she was acting that way so I never really hated her(though I was annoyed)
She's too good of a sister to Kosaki...the latter doesn't deserve her
She tries multiple times throughout the manga to get Raku and Kosaki together despite her actually loving Raku herself...but Kosaki always makes her efforts go in vain
Kinda feel sorry for Haru...hope in epilogue she finds somebody for herself I want a happy end for her
Same with Ruri...maybe she'll admit she likes Shuu already hahaha
>he doesn't know about semen scars
they show up under black light
They weren't stupid
It was a series of (ridiculous)misunderstandings and she was trying to protect her sister from what she thought was a no-good two-timing bastard(and it's easy to understand how she thought that considering she had no knowledge of Chitoge and Raku faking it)
Ruri and Haru are pretty different despite them both playing the same supporting role to Kosaki
Also Haru is technically better at that role considering she gave up on Raku for her sister