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Nov 30, 2017
Hello, everyone.

To be quite honest, I don't understand why this series is rated somewhat poorly. Does romance have to be action-packed, and filled with drama, and have insanely macho masculine men? Does there really have to be a damsel-in-distress at every passing moment for the MC to rescue, or plan to rescue?

No. There really doesn't have to be one. This manga will show you why, and hopefully, charm you with its beauteous simplicity.

The synopsis is exactly what it says: this really is the story of a boy, and his girlfriend, or a girl, and her boyfriend. Whichever you prefer.

Story:

When it comes to the story, read more
Apr 2, 2017
Though some people might say that this manga could be longer, it's short and sweet, yet quaint story, is a perfect fit for three chapters.

What I really enjoyed about this manga was the fact that both the relationships between a significant other, and a best friend are equally well explored. The manga manages to delve into what it really means to have a best friend from a few select angles. As someone who really loves his best friend, the story really rang true to me, but perhaps a bit more extreme.

As for the significant other aspect, the story shows more about what it read more
Jun 9, 2016
I honestly don't know where to start. This is my first review, so please take it easy on me, but if I didn't review this, I think I would go—slightly—mad.

Context.

So here I am, hearing about 2ch's phenomenon of "Train_Man" after searching up what 2ch was. I read the summary and really just couldn't believe my eyes. An otaku stands up for a bunch of women getting harassed by a drunk on train and meets a woman among that group that congratulates him with an expensive tea set. 2ch instantly realizes this for what it is, and helps our dense MC start taking the bull by read more