>The bad thing about him is that he doesn't like me back
Why would she? That type of thinking has to just be normal in the grander context, just not normally directed so much at herself. I'm sure just about every dude in her class is thinking the same shit.
>Stacked as fuck
>Can read your mind
>Constantly hear and see lewds thoughts people are having, probably knows everything about positions already.
First guy to fuck Nakano is in for a wild ride.
It was an extra thing NOBEL posted on her twitter. Helv posted it in "Mousou Telepathy: Side Stories & Art"
Great, now I've gotta go get some god damned lunch.
We've all made mistakes, /a/non.
I think that makes sense.
Nakano was probably an introvert to begin with and killed what personality she had as a defense against loneliness and the hurtful thoughts of others. She's adapted herself to solitude, so while having a new genuine friend is nice (and will probably transform her as the series goes on), it's not really necessary for her.
Mana on the other hand has always had a boisterous personality and been surrounded by people, even though none of them were close enough (or the right gender) for her to really confide her inner thoughts. Her need for such a friend hasn't been diminished by years of intentional deadening like with Nakano, so she's responding to her newfound friendship with much more vigor than Nakano.
If by "conversation" you mean what happened in today's two panels then yeah I could see that.
...but I think most conversations require input from both parties to be counted as such.
That would be a very crappy thing to do, sure it colors (eh) her perception of him, but for everything else he's a very different guy since what ultimately counts are peoples words and actions and not their thoughts.