Tsubame while heading to Misha’s house finds out that children her age are going to school. She wonders if Misha actually goes to school.
I would have expected by now that Tsubame would find other girls besides Misha adorable. While she finds elementary school girls cute, it’s obvious that she still prefers Misha. This makes her wonder if Misha actually goes to school since Tsubame saw a backpack besides Misha’s desk.
The big giveaway is the handout with a sticky note about hamsters. Either way, Misha can’t hide the fact that she is playing hooky, especially when Tsubame asks about school during snack time. Still, it’s surprising that Misha doesn’t deny how good Tsubame’s sweets are this time. At least Tsubame is making progress there in defrosting Misha.
Aside from Tsubame revealing what she knows about Misha, which is quite hilarious, she gives some life advice. Misha mentions that she doesn’t go to school because her classmates talk about how cute she is.
Sure, her mother passing away and her father lying didn’t help, but Tsubame wants to make things right for obvious reasons. I liked how she used an example with a panda being a new student in the class. Despite eating a different lunch and looking like, well a panda, he acted normal.
In other words, Tsubame is saying that people judge others by appearance initially, but once they get to know each other, they will treat the person like their own. Misha decides to go to school after that. Then again, part of this is because Tsubame knows a lot about Misha and Misha doesn’t want to stay home all day with her.
When Misha heads out to school, I find it hilarious how Tsubame intends to follow her as she wore a school uniform. She also has one of those red backpacks. Of course, Misha isn’t having any of it and tells Tsubame not to follow her. Either way, Tsubame stayed home to tend the house in the meantime.
I find it hilarious how the teacher thought it is a good idea to put a male and female hamster together. It’s obvious that she is lazy and didn’t want to clean two cages. Sure, the teacher got carried away by how cute the baby hamsters are. However, it got out of control rather quickly. This is why Washizaki Mimika wanted to talk to Misha. Together, they devised a plan to prevent the hamster mother from eating her young and work on fact sheets on how to take care of them before handing out her offspring. Either way, it’s nice to see Misha work with other classmates and get over her fears of prejudice.
Of course, Tsubame kind of witnessed what Misha have done. Believe it or not, she sneaked into school through an air glider. It’s only a matter of time before security caught her. Remember, stalking is bad and hopefully she realizes that. That and of course destroying property, in this case, a door is not allowed either. Still, it’s funny to see the children’s reaction when they saw a muscular woman in her twenties skipping in the hallway pretending to be 15 years old. People have to wonder if that is a bit, well creepy.
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