「携帯電話は着信が少ない＿|￣|○」 (Keitai Denwa wa Chakushin Ga Sukunai ＿|￣|○」)
“My Cellphone has Few Calls”
Are you trying to tell me that I can call people other than my family with a cell phone? NO WAY.
I’m pretty sure a lot of things happened this week, like just how serious Yukimura is at trying to become a proper man, but I can still feel my brain trying to repair itself after witnessing two people who could have come from the Stone Age. I guess the Stone Age might be a bit much to describe what I just witnessed, but it’s unbelievable how behind the times the senior members of the Neighbors Club are. However, the icing on the cake was listening to Yozora mutter something about the magic of data being transferred through thin air. Not only did I facepalm myself but I started to recall how horrible it was when I had to physically connect a data cable between two Gameboys to play with others. Boy have things changed since then…
Now that I finally got that off of my chest, there were actually a lot of genuinely funny jokes this week. Starting with Yukimura taking
her his duties way too seriously and nearly smothered Maria with protein shakes in the process, I wish we could have witnessed just what happened when Yozora and Rika got into a “girl” battle. By “girl” battle, I’m referring to those moments when two girls completely ignore their surroundings and start going at each other in ways that would get a guy killed if he tried the same thing. From slapping boobs to feeling things up in certain places, I can only imagine how crazy Rika got to get Yozora this exhausted.
At this point, I’m not sure how to view Sena and Yozora. While they have their moments of harmony, it feels like their attacks at each other are consistently getting crueler. I mean, Sena takes every opportunity to flaunt her family’s high ranking status in Yozora’s face while Yozora manages to push all the right buttons to make Sena run out of the room crying. Combined with the issue that both of them are obviously crushing on Kodaka, it feels like all these unintentional attacks at each other’s love life (ie: getting to close to Kodaka) are going to be the factor that pushes one or the other over the edge. Something which could be either really funny, or really depressing.