Roujoteki Shoujo Hinata-chan

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Vol. 1 Ch. 1 - Nostalgia-like Memory
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Wow, I'd consider Moka-chan as a potential prodigy, I don't even know what is reincarnation at the age of 5.
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Cute silly granny.
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She was found out in the first ch? Seems like her life experiences didn't teach her how to hide things very well.
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Very wholesome so far <3
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She is legal right?
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busted on the first chap? that kid sure is sharp
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@DMSchmidt From what I recall reading, both males and females use "ore" (or "ora") in the Touhoku region of Japan. I think that's where the "-ppe" and "-be" suffixes are from too. TVTropes has some useful notes on it, you could maybe look it up there.
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Grandma knows Japanese cold is deadlier than an atomic bomb.
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I expected this to be a really fetishistic lolibaba story but it's not???

It's like... Trying to pull this premise off seriously.
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The fact that is not a secret anymore makes it already a nice read, I find it refreshing too... why they all have to keep it secret from EVERYONE?!
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its ok since she is a granma

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Ravioli ravioli...
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@RhoninFire Yes, I was talking about the Japanese volume. Sorry, sometimes I forget Bookwalker has an English website since I don't visit it.
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@neorasp is Baba Japanese too? Baba is what we call our Ukrainian grandmothers
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@RhoninFire Pretty sure he meant that he could get the raws for free so he started translating it.
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@fatalystic Just to note, I finally found it on Bookwalker. Japanese version only. I wasn't sure if he meant there's an official English version or just Japanese.
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not sure if l like her l'd be call lolicon or babacon?
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Okay, I really like this series even though we only have one chapter to go by. Could be pretty cute and interesting. Reminds me a lot of "Shougakusei ga Mama demo Ii desu ka?" which has a somewhat similar plot of a mother (instead of grandma) dying and reincarnating. And it actually dealt with a lot of issues of reincarnation that are usually overlooked and ignored, which was pretty refreshing. If you like what you saw here whatsoever, I'd suggest checking that out as well.

My guess as to why a grandmother would start using the "ore" pronoun is because she stops giving a shit about being so formal and uptight. You see this all the time with older people were they don't give two shits about small conventions like that. And, especially in Japan where elders are so highly respected, few people are going to give them shit for it.
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a literal loli baba.
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Apparently the pronoun 'Ore' was used by both males and females during the Edo Period, however if she was 88 when she died then she would have been 60 odd years too late for the end of the Edo period. I guess its just something that highlights that she's old and the use of the pronoun for both genders stuck around a bit when she was younger.

Anyway, this is really cute.
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Omg it’s good
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