The girls are living in the future with self-driving buses that Elon Musk probably came up with and delivery drones. However carefree and clumsy, Serufu decides to take the safe route as her childhood friend, Miku, gets into an elite school. However, when Serufu discovers a mishap, her life is about to change.
Sure, the art style takes a bit of getting used to, but it’s evident that there is a big contrast between Miku and Serufu. I like how Miku, who managed to get into a prodigious school has a house filled with robots and home automation while Serufu lives a not-so-high-tech lifestyle. It shows her house looking a bit more traditional, and she has a lot of pets, including a pet pig. But, at some point, her pet pig gets scared over the fact of possibly turning into pork.
As expected, Miku seems upset that Serufu didn’t get into the same school as she did. Serufu went for the safe option, the all-girls school next door that is less high-tech. To me, it looks like the schools how it looks in the 2000s and 2010s. I can see why Serufu didn’t get in, and her carefree and clumsy personality probably has to do with it. She tends to fall and injure herself, hence all the bandages. Also, interesting how Miku acts like a typical tsundere towards her, given they are childhood friends.
While she makes friends with one of her classmates, Takumi, there is a considerable contrast between Serufu and Miku. While Miku gets to ride on the self-driving bus, Serufu struggles. Of course, things get worse when her bike breaks, which causes her to fall from the chains coming off the gears. A mysterious girl who is handy with repairs and rides on a hoverboard fixed her bike in no time. Before Serufu could say thank you to her, that girl went off.
After the school nurse took care of her injuries, she visited the shed to thank the girl. But instead, Rei ropes her into making a bookshelf and hands Serufu a screw drill. Yep, she pressed the trigger a bit too hard, causing the screw to overtighten and cause damage to the bookshelf. As a result, she fell back, and a bunch of stuff fell on her. Yep, she injured herself quite a bit, which can explain why her mother doesn’t allow her to do arts and crafts.
Still, seeing the girls take the initiative to make and repair stuff is empowering. Still, Miku said that she had made an artificial blood vessel. Wait, is her school teaching them Biomedical Engineering stuff in high school? Her school is hard-core.
Either way, it seems that the club that Rei manages, the DIY club, is in trouble as she is the only member. So, of course, she forces Serufu to join after showing her club advisor her work on the bookshelf. Not only that, Serufu’s name means she fits in the club. Apparently, she doesn’t mind the accidental damage Serufu did. Still, one day, Serufu pictures herself making a bench for her childhood friend.
Still, I have a good feeling that a few familiar faces will join, including one of Miku’s classmates and Takumi. In addition, there is the blonde hair girl, obviously named after her late majesty, who sadly passed away last month. It should be interesting to see how they participate in the club activities.
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