Kafuka's a cold blooded killer, she'd go I don't like Mondays on the rest of the school at the drop of a hat.
>Lucky Star 2&3
Yes I guess they would coincide.
fucking early, that explains why I always got them late or miss it altogether
From Kumeta's Blog
I don't know if people are prioritizing things incorrectly, but I'm certain of one thing. Nobody ever makes me a priority. I made plans with a friend a month in advance, but he cancelled and said, "Sorry, I'm expecting a delivery today." Now, I'm not saying his priorities are misguided. If you're expecting a delivery and you aren't at your house, it puts the delivery guy in a difficult position. But hanging out with me is really of no importance whatsoever. Kumeta < Delivery.
When I fell off my bike and my head was bleeding, my friend abandoned me, saying, "Sorry, I've gotta go to cram school." Now, I'm not saying his priorities are misguided. He's got a bright future ahead of him, and cram school is important. My skull, on the other hand, really isn't worth worrying about. Kumeta < Cram School.
"Sorry, I'm gonna leave early today." Now, I'm not saying your priorities are misguided. The comic festival only takes place twice a year. The boring work you do for me every week can't even compare. Kumeta < Comic Festival.
>dat Chie sensei
Thanks for the dump as always
hahaha oh god, poor Kumeta
Thank you for reading.
Right to Organize
There's a phenomenon called Monkey Ball. It's a sight you can only see during winter. In order to keep themselves warm, monkeys stay close to one another and form a circle. They kind of look like a big ball when the huddle together. Whenever I see them on TV, there's usually one monkey that's outside of the ball. Ah, that's me. I see myself in that monkey. I seriously don't have any friends. I was never given the right to organize in self-desense. People often try to lure me into joining cults by promising that I'll make new friends. People often try to lure me into selling soap by promising that I will make new friends. I know it's a trick, but there were times that I though it might be worth it. If I were born in a different era, I might've gotten myself into some left-wing political group just to make friends. I might've found the word "united" appealing, and I would've protested against the U.S.-Japan security treaty. I might've been intrigued by the idea of people referring to me as "comrade." I probably would've ended up getting shot. Where in the world can I find a monkey ball that I can be a part of? That would be my own personal version of a Dragon Ball.
One day Kouji Kumeta woke up to find that he had turned into a roly-poly.
Because a roly-poly can be a ball all on its own.
thank you anon