Yes, it’s finally back and as always, the girls are adorable.
From the looks of it, it seems that Cocoa wants to take pictures of her friends to send to her family. You know what this means, right? Cocoa finally takes pictures of her friends in cute, pretty and adorable poses. I have to admit that Rize looks adorable, especially when she smiles for the camera. As always, Chiya and Sharo didn’t disappoint with their pictures either, especially the former when she tries doing crazy things like carrying three trays at once for Cocoa to take pictures of. The funny thing is that Cocoa finally learned how to take a selfie, something that I wish it would go away. At least it doesn’t look bad compared to the ones in real life, especially since it’s not taken with a smartphone camera.
Aside from that, the good first half focused on trying to get Chino smile. It seems that she is camera-shy since she doesn’t want her picture taken no matter how many times Cocoa forced her to. It’s mostly because she is not confident in her smile. It’s understandable considering that she has a quiet and shy personality. While she smiled a bit in the end, at least it’s something. I guess Chino’s smile will eventually improve, but she can definitely learn a thing about smiling from Cocoa or even Uzuki from Cinderella Girls, since she has a pretty one.
As for the second half, while it’s quite obvious that Chiya offered Sharo a page of the magazine that contains a picture of her crush, Rize, it seems that Chino is disappointed that her café didn’t get featured in the magazine while the other ones did. Sure, it’s might be because Aoyama had a chair break on her while she sat on it or that the tables are in poor condition. Nope, it’s none of those reasons. She just needed to be patient since the Rabbit House got featured in the next issue, which got two pages compared to everyone else’s. Still, it’s funny that Maya and Megumi tried to give Chino interview practice or rather, dealing with a paparazzi. I don’t think that there will be one considering that Chino is by no means a celebrity. Still, her reactions are adorable.
From the looks of it, it seems that the next few episodes will be interesting. Aside from the eventual introduction of Cocoa’s older sister, Mocha, Chino’s mother makes a cameo appearance. I wonder how she is like. We’ll find out soon enough.
If you see this text, this site has stolen my content. If you are affected by content thieves, look this domain up on a Whois Service, look up the IP and send a DMCA takedown with the host provider. STOP STEALING CONTENT AND MAKE YOUR OWN. Also, MATRIXAT, go fuck yourself you fucking thief!
5 Comments… read them or add your own.
The bunnies have returned to take over our laptop monitors. Let us welcome our adorable overlords with great joy.
Like the first season, I enjoyed every minute of it. Still, Sharo and Rize are my favorites, although the selfies with Chiya and Cocoa are adorable… and I hate selfies in general and they need to go away (I don’t do them btw).
Hehehehe. Selfies to me are just another way for dorks to get their five minutes of fame. It’ll pass in time as long as we ignore it no matter how many times it gets shoved down our throats…but when Cocoa and Chiya did it it was lovely because they’re destined to wed.
Oh man, that Rize scene. She’s balancing between masculinity and cuteness like a classic tsundere. I LOVE IT 😀
Yep, her smile is too adorable that it can cause people to nosebleed… but of course, the ending theme a whole different story, of course. :p