A guy presents Himeno a so called “love letter” while she is on the train with her friends. How will she react?
While the first half is cringe worthy to some, a winged boy tries to give a love letter to Himeno. Since she doesn’t know how to respond, she runs off the train at the next possible stop. It seems that she is insecure about receiving the letter and rejecting it because of a certain incident.
During her childhood, Himeno’s class went on a field trip. Himeno becomes intrigued by a cow after seeing its genitals. This is not what upsets her. Instead, it’s the boy bullying Himeno for having big breasts like a cow and ugly genitals like a cow. Now that is just wrong, but it’s not surprising since they don’t know the gender differences yet. Still, I am surprised that the teacher didn’t punish him for that on the spot. Either way, she becomes too embarrassed to look at her own genitals.
To overcome Himeno’s fears, Nozomi offers to show her own. In exchange, Himeno and Kyouko will show theirs. Of course, Kyouko is very reluctant to do so, but forced to do it anyway. In the end, Himeno overcomes her fears.
In the end, she finally accepts the letter, but ends up rejecting the guy. As expected, it’s not a love letter, but instead something stupid. The letter is about praising Himeno’s big breasts. Either way, it’s a sad day for him.
In the second half, Himeno, Nozomi and Kyouko throw a study party. This is not surprising since Nozomi ranked badly on the exams. Since Kyouko and Himeno doesn’t want to become separated, they push Nozomi to study hard. From this, she went along with it despite how difficult the course material is.
To set up the surprise towards the end of the episode, Nozomi sees a UFO. While Kyouko and Himeno didn’t see it, they speculated that it might be Antarcticans, or snake people. Kyouko believes that Antarcticans have origins from the Aztecs.
Surely enough, a new female transfer student appears. Her name is Quetzalcoatl Sassassul. Given her appearance, it’s understandable why seeing her freaks Himeno out. Still, I wonder why there is a lot of security all the sudden before school started. We’ll find out soon enough. ¶