Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumeishitemita. Japanese

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Vol. 3 Ch. 14 - Proof 14: STEM students fell in love,so they tried kissing. ①
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130 Decibel - The sound of a pig squeal. Try working in a slaughterhouse-kuma.
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. . . I think mood has a bell curve relationship with how hard you're trying to set the mood. Like, say you have a graph, mood is Y axis, how hard you're working is X axis. Over on the left at zero effort, you have belching in front of the TV and yelling to the girl to fetch you a beer. No mood. As you put in effort, you can get a good mood going and the curve goes up towards the middle. But then going further to the right you get into the "obsessive effort to make everything perfect" territory and the paranoia and perfectionism ruin the mood so the curve goes back down again. You want to be in that sweet spot in the middle of the bell curve.
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I'm pretty sure I've seen some manga heroines who would have considered muscle scenario "B" totally romantic.
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You're just a slave being hung covered in blood~ Destined to be torn apart in Hell's courtyard ❤️
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I wanna walk down a man's road.
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Making out with a girl at a metal show is the best tho
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Hahahaha, I can't decide if I love the chapter or the explanation page more, this manga really is glorious

Last edited 2 mo ago by Nightlilygirl-.

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@Meijin
Watching porn together.
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The whole chapter was pretty funny, the way those two dorks analyse things is glorious.
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So which one of the mood scenarios was the bad one? Watching a romcom movie?
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I have no fucking patience left at all. but the last page really got me there.
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That scale on the last page cracks me up.