Yamada-Kun is super interesting.
I still don't get what the heck the plot is about in this fucking manga. At least the first saga is over, so now maybe I'll understand more (who am I kidding...) ... I really do hope it won't suck big donkey dolls like its spiritual predecessor.
>not getting a boner
I was almost in the same situation during my last high school trip, and trust me, you don't really get an erection in a situation like that. Why? PURE FEAR. If you're found out you're in deep shit. Well, here in 'murrica more than japan surely.
>not getting a boner because of fear
>not being scared to death to worst kind of 3DPD bitches&whores
Teach me your secret.
Nene is best girl. Urara is boring and plain.
>>101030067 picked the fuck up
Being nene is suffering
he swapped bodies with them, I´m pretty sure, he already saw everything.
They should have ended this manga when they all lost their witch powers. What the hell is it supposed to be about now?
Man, I wonder if Yoshikawa's gonna bring back the powers or not, feels sorta weird without them.
Wait it didn't end? I stopped reading on chapter 89. I figured it would have ended with the powers gone, after all it's Yamada and the seven witches.
There are still witch powers ahead, Team Rejects has the notebooks and is foreshadowing shit. Is it really that hard to handle the idea of a story that continues after the main couple hooks up?
Well the main couple hooked up and the main story was resolved. Sounds like a good time to end a story to me. So far the latest chapters have barely kept my interest (more like I'm reading them because I'm in too deep) but we'll see how it turns out I suppose.
The author is a woman, she's read her fair share of shoujo and those rarely end when the mc and girl hook up, prepare for at least one break-up and get back together arc along with love rival arc along with psuedo ntr arc along with disapproving parents arc along with Yamada is actually X and therefore must leave the country for a while arc along and all the shonen style arcs in between,