Toilet-bound Hanako-kun Chapter 83
Hello all, thank you for your patience! In this month's chapter, we finally get a breath of fresh air and reunite our beloved heroes and heroine! Won’t you join them for a slice of fun?
Thank you again for all your support~
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In front of others, Teru often seems cold-hearted.
But maybe he's just pretending, to show no weakness to anyone.
As the eldest son of the Minamoto's, he has much responsibility.
I don't think he can act differently in his position.
But deep inside of him, there is a very sensitive side and maybe he really feels sorry for Nene, because he knows how she feels for Hanako.
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A rant about Teru (Spoiler chapter 83!)
I just read chapter 83 and well it was something else, especially the end. Teru was already my least favorite character since chapter 9, but now I really hate him.
I honestly don’t get him. His actions don’t make any sense to me and seem sometimes contradictory and sus.
I mean in chapter 9 he says this to Kou:
Here he tells Kou, that he wants to expel the seven mysteries, but 61 chapters later he says this:
Teru knows the role of the seven mysteries so why did he want to expel them? I don’t get it.
And now in chapter 83 he says this:
Now he blames Hanako for this situation. I mean he isn’t wrong, Hanko did destroy 3 of the seven Yorishiros, but wouldn’t have this situation happened anyway if he had expelled all of the seven mysteries? I don’t understand why he uses this to justify why Hanako needs to be expelled. Especially since Hanako seems better that Teru himself, well at least to me.
I mean in chapter 10 he does this:
He uses his beads to stop Kou from helping Hanako. He uses something against his own brother and I don’t like that. I don’t like it that he doesn’t even try to listen to Kou. I mean yeah he is more experienced than Kou, but I think it doesn’t hurt to try something new. To look at it from a new angle. I just don’t like it how Teru generalizes all supernaturals by saying that they are all bad and evil. That just seems wrong to me. Just like you can’t say that all humans are good, you can’t say that all supernaturals are evil. There’s always an exception.
To all who read my rant thank you, I hope you enjoyed it :)
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