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#1
Apr 9, 2017 9:38 PM

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THIS IS A MANGA ONLY DISCUSSION POST. DO NOT DISCUSS ANYTHING BEYOND THIS CHAPTER.
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I'm glad things are starting to look up for this poor girl.

I feel this little autobiography is a very important piece of literature.
 
#2
Jun 6, 2017 2:06 PM

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This manga really is something. It's really relatable for me. I like when the characters feels like they're real, so no wonder an autobiography would give me that kind of feeling. But man, this manga REALLY is something.

Also, is that the finale chapter? MAL says it has 6 chapters, but the 5th one really feels like a finale one.
 
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Jun 12, 2017 8:30 AM

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Chokko said:
Also, is that the finale chapter? MAL says it has 6 chapters, but the 5th one really feels like a finale one.

Chapter 6 is a bonus chapter.
 
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Aug 18, 2017 2:30 PM

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I wasn't prepared for it. A manga with a story (or more like an autobiography) that I could relate to. Looking at scores and reviews it looks I wasn't the only one. I'm glad I picked it up.
 
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Oct 22, 2017 9:17 AM
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well, good for her. i wonder what is she doing now.
 
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Oct 23, 2017 12:14 PM

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Glad I picked this up out of curiosity. By no means is the realities being portrayed in this story pretty - the awkward and dirty, embarrassing details we don't always share hardly is. And so much of her struggles resonate with me on a personal level, I was glad and even inspired to see things look up for her eventually. :)


when you laugh
when you smile
i'll bring you back,
and now i'm sad.

 
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Feb 25, 5:23 PM

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I didn't relate on all levels with the author, but damn some parts were just too real for me. Didn't know autobiographies were even a thing in manga. It's a pretty refreshing angle. Glad i picked this up after seeing it on Crunchyroll awards. Fast read, but a very impactful coming of age story.
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Feb 28, 8:55 AM
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It was really special and personal, even though I couldn't relate to some things (mostly the homo and sexual experience stuff), I felt like it was such a important piece of someones life, that I fell in love with it, also with its raw and well done writing.
Great, short read.
 
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Mar 25, 11:02 AM

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This turned out to be a really interesting read. Here's hoping she won't turn into old patterns (to much) and actually manage to work with the twinge of optimism that she showed through this chapter.

Not sure if it's the cynic or realist in me thinking she wrote that last part to convince herself a little, but I'm sure she'll pull through. I found it most impressive just how well she was able to tell us her worries and uncertainties over the span of events.

The part about her being able to write about herself easier than making things up was interesting as well.

Hope she will find a nice lady one day that will take her anxieties and throws them out of the window. :)