I Went Out With a Losing Heroine, But Before I knew It, My Childhood Friend, Who's Supposed to be The Winning Heroine Thought We Were Dating, Got Angry and Went Into an Argument - Chapter 37
- I Went Out With a Losing Heroine, But Before I knew It, My Childhood Friend, Who's Supposed to be The Winning Heroine Thought We Were Dating, Got Angry and Went Into an Argument
- Chapter 37 - "Childhood Friend Wants to Go to School Together"
“―Good morning, Yō.”
The next morning, when Yō left his house, he couldn’t help but fall silent in front of his childhood friend who was waiting for him in her school uniform.
Kasumi looked at Yō’s face with a smiling face, and Yō wanted to hold his head.
“That’s not what I was talking about.
“What I promised you was that you would be free in my room for one day a week. So why are you trying to go to school with me?”
“I don’t think it’s a problem, since there’s nothing forbidden about going to school.”
When Yō complained, Kasumi puffed up her cheeks in disapproval and turned her head away.
Yō was tempted to complain, but he also knew that she would not listen to him now that she was like this.
So, he had no choice but to stand next to her and open his mouth.
“You’re supposed to be going out with Kinoshita, right? If the other students see you walking around with other boys, your reputation will suffer.”
“What’s the matter with you now? I don’t have a problem with it because it’s someone else’s fault.
“No, you make it sound like it’s my fault, but it’s your fault, okay?”
“Well, it doesn’t matter how other people see me. Yō doesn’t misunderstand me anyway.”
Yō couldn’t help but be struck by an inexplicable feeling for Kasumi, who had no intention of hiding her feelings for him.
He then wondered what he should do, and after making sure that no one was around, he reached for Kasumi’s head.
The sudden touch of Yō’s hand made Kasumi shrink back in surprise.
Yō began to gently stroke the head of Kasumi, and then opened his mouth, trying to keep his voice as gentle as possible.
“Well, you can do whatever you want, but don’t bother the people around you anymore, okay?”
In the end, Yō decided to allow Kasumi’s selfishness as long as it didn’t bother the people around them.
The fact that Haruki and Kasumi were supposedly dating was troublesome, but he decided that if Kasumi was going to be slandered, he would take action and talk to Haruki, who was playing the role of her boyfriend, again.
As Kasumi was being patted on her head, she had a sloppy smile on her face, and no one could tell whether she was listening to Yō or not.
Or rather, she didn’t seem to be listening at all.
“Well, can’t you do something about your sudden change in personality?”
Yō couldn’t help but say something like that when he saw the delirious expression on Kasumi’s face.
She’s usually so cool that there’s too much of a gap between her and this delirious look.
In the past, Yō didn’t mind it, but now that she’s a high school student, he’s not so sure about this.
To tell the truth, he doesn’t mind when it’s just the two of them in his house, but when it’s outside, he’s worried about being seen.
“It’s not like I’m doing it on purpose…”
However, Kasumi sulked in disapproval.
If anything, Yō thought she should stop being so cavalier about her childish nature.
But there was no way that Kasumi would listen to such a suggestion, so he decided to stop saying unnecessary things.
In the end, Yō decided not to say anything more and rode the train with Kasumi to school, talking about nothing.
As he was troubled by Kasumi’s refusal to leave him when they approached the school gate, he heard a familiar and cute voice behind him.
When Yō looked in the direction of the voice, he saw that Marin was staring at him and Kasumi with a puzzled expression.
(Why is it that we only meet today…?)
He had never seen her on his way to school before, and now that he had the misfortune of running into Marin, his head began to hurt as he imagined what would happen next.