Wow, they really made a big mess this time around!
In the last post, I predicted that Murphy’s Law would go into full effect while Yuuta goes to work and apparently, I’m correct. When Yuuta left the house and left them a bag a food, they started to panic. Apparently, he accidentally left the receipt behind, revealing how much he spent on breakfast alone, which is approximately 8817 yen. I understand that the girls have some concern about his finances, but they shouldn’t worry too much. It will simply make things even worse as you see later.
Well, a lot of things happened while the girls were left alone in the apartment. Apparently, Hina opens the closet door, which releases a stack of clothes. Afterwards, Miu bumped into the table and spilt the milk on the floor. To make things even worse, Sora used one of Yuuta’s underwear to wipe it off and then threw it at the window. Yeah, everything happened as a chain reaction and they now have to clean off the mess. While the apartment is easy to clean, they manage to mess it up badly. Then again, these sequences of events happen again later with the cooking.
Once they made a big mess, they went to a Laundromat and cleaned their clothes. The part I don’t understand is why they can’t wash the underwear together with his? It seems that some girls have an idea that boys have “cooties” despite the fact that they will become clean. Even so, they are the unreasonable ones for worrying about the expenses, but at the same time, refuses to clean the underwear together. It makes no absolute sense.
After they washed the clothes, Sora plans on making dinner. As you might know, letting a fourteen-year-old cook dinner is a terrible idea. Aside from Hina tripping over the uncooked rice sack, thus spilling the bowl of vegetables, Sora burns the hamburger and made it fly. When he came back, he saw a kitchen filled with smoke. This only proves that most “tsunderes” continue to have a poor track record when it comes to cooking. At least she didn’t use soap in place of oil and added it to the food like a certain girl.
At the end of the day, it’s easy to become sympathetic towards Yuuta since he is now left with a big mess besides the smoke-stained kitchen. He now has drawings made with permanent marker on the wall. Probably many people did this as a child. Even so, it’s about time for him to invest in some rubbing alcohol or dry erase markers (yeah, I’m serious) to stay ahead of the game.