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I think... I'm always standing somewhere convenient. Over there... Or right here...

And so, I stumbled upon this manga by Aogiri Natsu. Flat has 13 chapters so far and I can really say I’ve been absorbed already by the plot of the manga. In any case, I really liked this chapter 9 of Flat. I just can’t help it but think for myself if I ever had a similar feeling towards my friends, whch is alienation. My answer is yes. Definitely, I think almost everyone had at least experienced this kind of feeling, of being disassociated, even if one would prefer to hide or disregard his/her own feelings—and I just like how Aogiri Natsu presented it to the readers. Thanks to this certain statement by Satou which is “Just because you like something, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll get your affection reciprocated.” that really lets us know that reality bites. Not just that, but Satou’s thoughts as well regarding his disposition with his relation to his two other friends.

Sometimes, whenever we see our friends, complacency kicks in, as if your ties with each other will never change. One would never imagine the things that might cause him/herself anxiety towards the stability of the relationship with the other person, even if you’ve been together for a long time.

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akirafumi Since it’s finished, here’s the review for the series~.

I was clueless about the series when I intended to watch it but I still watched it because I wanted a dose of slice of life anime. I didn’t even knew that it has yuri elements.

I don’t know but I just feel annoyed whenever I see entries about Fumi that regard her as a lesbian. I think I can contemplate with her situation. She was never seen with a guy and by the looks of it, she must have studied on all-girls school through out her educational career which really heightens the chance that she’ll be attracted to her same gender. I really think given the chance of meeting a guy would improve her perception to relationship and thus help her recuperate with her inclination towards the she-gender. Given this much sense, I regard her not as a lesbian but simply as an ordinary girl/lady, who haven’t graduated yet from the confusion stage of her sexual orientation.

I’ve taken a liking to A-chan because she is so impulsive towards Fumi’s feelings. She truly comprehends Fumi, which I find rather impressive even though their connection and relationship had a lapse for several years.

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