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His attention is always on the marshmallows and he cannot see beyond the deeper stuff than that.And when Wakabayashi gets a bit bolder, he brushes it off that she is drunk or something. Maybe she could have had more success if she put on a smile instead of that scary poker face? If Wakabayashi sometimes teases Hige via sexual innuendoes, can that be considered sexual harassment? It is just that Hige is being considerate and views Wakabayashi as his colleague.
When you think of them you think of how much they are as snacks during camping times. So what if we use marshmallows as a theme for love? I doubt there had been any films or series using marshmallows (no, Ghostbusters doesn’t count) as part of the romance theme so it was pretty strange when I first came across . He would love to have one had not he been too conscious that everyone is looking at them. Wakabayashi points out it is because this is a women only coach! She tries to feed him a marshmallow but you wonder if she is just purposely messing with his face since she can’t see. At the end of the tour, the kids get to savour the free marshmallows fresh from production. Touga wants to see Yuudai tomorrow morning at the market. Touga bring Risa away and thankfully no incident happened. She gets emotional because she can’t help feel being hopelessly in love with him. But will that be any different or stand out from the rest of such similar romance genres? I’m sure if they want to expand this into a TV series, there’ll be enough material for it.The ending theme, Hitokuchime No Koi by Infinity featuring Mayumi Norinaga, I thought it sounded like a cross between Fairy Tail’s ending song Glitter (Starving Trancer Remix) (which is also sung by them) and Ano Natsu De Matteru’s ending piece, Vidro Moyou.Well, I just ran out of what to say and probably what I wanted to say I have already said it or felt it was said too often and decided to omit it and not put it down in this blog. Just one episode, the characters are typically like that and the plot that doesn’t really go anywhere.
Yeah, those fluffy sweet little softness that melts in your mouth if you roast them over a fire. Literally, a middle aged man and his unwavering love for marshmallows. Seeing this is a romance genre and that there is a woman who has a crush on him, which sort of romance will win his heart? At the convenience store, Hige wants to get his marshmallows but they are all sold out. Hige can’t understand what she meant when she says it is getting too intense. I guess this is also the moment Hige has been waiting for. He even notes the different colour packaging despite the same contents. I guess she is having some Hige withdrawal symptoms that when she sees beer foam over her colleague’s mouth, she starts seeing her as Hige! Apparently she too is having this same dream and finds it great.