Fujiwara is doing the pairing it seems and she will eventually force them.
Kaguya Wants to be Confessed To: The Geniuses' War of Love and Brains
Posted 10 June 2016 - 12:29 AM
The way this author makes these faces slay me
Posted 10 June 2016 - 03:49 PM
"When I say 'sleep with Pes', I mean sleep...!"
Given that Kaguya has taken cram courses in her 'health education', I wonder how she did on the lab?
(Wait, is Pes a Lab...?)
Secretary is doing an excellent job of nudging Kaguya to think along those lines. How long will it take before Kaguya
catches on that her wanting to 'force' President and 'own' him is (in its own way) just as pervy and fetishistic as
Secretary wanting to be 'forced a little bit"...?
And the way Kaguya picked up on Secretary's 'really cute'....
"We're connected..." Aren't you supposed to say that with a blush and a smile?
It's neither ham nor steak. It's his wiener!
Posted 10 June 2016 - 08:07 PM
How hard is it to link the goddamn chapter when it's released damnit :c
This manga series is so fun though, and it only gets better and better~
Fool's gold can always buy a fool's services.
Posted 17 June 2016 - 06:27 AM
Ch 23 is a milestone. For the first time, we see President admitting weakness and asking for help.
The VERY perceptive Secretary realizes he likes someone! ...and kindly offers help.
I love how Shinomiya smiles at him with tender admiration. (I almost missed that!)
and he smiles back without overt triumph. God bless them, they're growing up.
Posted 17 June 2016 - 06:13 PM
Just so we don't get complaints for not putting a link.
I think it shows his desperation to impress Kaguya. Especially as she did rise above him with french.
As for his smile im not sure if he is smiling to Kaguya or.. Fujiwara, because we see Kaguya turning her head into different position, as if she catched that it might not be her that Shirogane is "smiling".
Also the sticking platers on Fujuwaras bow were hillarous.
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Posted 17 June 2016 - 06:46 PM
The whole thing is just delightful. Notice how much President TRUSTS Fujiwara? He didn't have the least fear that she would
show Shinomiya the video, or blackmail him. He wasn't afraid she was going to set him up to ridicule him.
Learning to be honest about one's shortcomings and asking for help is an important step in growing up. Someday... I can see the ending...
President and Shinomiya WILL have a genuine relationship.
Posted 24 June 2016 - 02:46 PM
Wow, just wow... perceptive Treasurer. I was sort of hoping he'd fall for Secretary, so he would have motivation to stay
(to protect her from Shinomiya) , but this works as well. But now the question becomes, will Secretary and Treasurer
team up? That would be so good!
(I have to say, Secretary looked AWFULLY nice in her nightie, despite the knife plunged into her.)
I notice that Shinomiya doesn't know how to handle outside encroachment (either the French girl's interference,
or the Treasurer's insight -- he might even have offered to help!) but her only response was to panic and threaten.
I wonder if she ever sees/ ever has seen genuine affection between her parents?
Posted 25 June 2016 - 02:07 AM
Treasurer doesn't seem like scheming type.
Were they into grown-up, genuine relationship, there would be no comedy.
Posted 28 June 2016 - 06:56 AM
Looking back at Ch 13, I see that page 4--page 15... virtually all of the drama took place in only a single instant.
And then pp17--18 took only one more instant. So from the opening to the denoument, this was only about a
two-minute story. Intense, brilliant writing! Such pathos, such comedy!
Posted 08 July 2016 - 03:50 AM
Posted 08 July 2016 - 07:51 AM
And here I thought rom-coms were not a thing for me. This literally just keeps getting better and better, perhaps because it always feels like the plot is advancing somehow, rather than getting stuck like many similar franchises focusing on a single idea can get.
Oh, and interestingly enough, I saw some pictures on batoto suggesting that the author (still don't know his/her name) has assigned Kaguya and Shirogane as protagonists, while Fujiwara is the heroine. Hmm..
Fool's gold can always buy a fool's services.
Posted 08 July 2016 - 04:53 PM
There's so much I want to say about this story.
I can't make up my mind who I like more, Hayasaka or Fujiwara. I'd take either one of them in a moment.
Forget school regulations, if Hayasaka's skirt was any shorter, she would be in violation of the LAW!
...there would be guys arrested for failing to conceal their raging B*ners.
With the obligatory lewd comment out of the way, on to more constructive stuff.
Instead of trying to conform to a 'fashion trend' that is an amalgam of the tastes
of many, many men (and may therefore represent no actual individual) a girl
would do better to learn what the boy she likes finds attractive and dress that way.
A matching truth is that it is impossible for a girl to 'make herself pretty for' the boy she
likes without ALL the other boys noticing as well. And there is no guarantee that the boy
she likes will like the style she has chosen. Or that he will even notice.
She must get his attention and ask for his honest opinion. He might be surprised to learn
how many man-points being respectful and sincere will earn!
Imouto-chan's reaction reminds me of Ane Log, where the heroine is convinced that
her brother is a pervert who lusts after her. But it is all in her imagination, and she is
constantly twisting his words and events into sexual connotations in her own mind.
"If Shinomiya ever said that I was creepy, I might choose death as well!"
("I would despair to be the one she despises.")
Shirogane needs to realize that if he fails to speak up, Shinomiya may begin to suffer
with feelings of inferiority.
Perhaps a dramatic poetry-reading...? and he could ask her to critique his technique?
Believe me, if all those endearing young charms which I gaze on so fondly today
Were to change by tomorrow and melt in my arms like fairy-gifts fading away,
Thou wouldst still be adored as this moment thou art; let thy loveliness fade as it will.
And around the dear ruin each wish of my heart would entwine itself verdantly still.
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