You might be wondering why Miku notices loud noises at Serufu’s house. It becomes apparent when she invites the DIY club and Miku over.
At last, midterms are finally over. Believe it or not, it surprises me that Serufu, despite her ditzy personality, managed to get the third-highest grade in her class. That is very surprising, at the very least, but she couldn’t get into the high-tech school next door. Of course, Takumi was top of the class, which was not surprising given she is a bookworm.
As for Juliet, she got 4th place, primarily because of her Japanese. I find it funny how she rants about the three writing systems. As for someone who self-studied Japanese, I disagree that they are hard. But, of course, writing is a different story, as I rarely write these days. Even so, while Kanji is the most challenging part of Japanese, you get used to it after a while. Still, I can see why she is frustrated, as she wrote the wrong Kanjifor the school. Therefore, she applied to the wrong one.
On the other hand, despite being at an elite school, Kokoro’s grades aren’t that great. As for Rei, her grades are average. It’s to be expected as being handy is more of her strengths than academics.
Either way, with Serufu inviting the DIY club to her house to show them something, we know Miku will be in the spotlight. Juliet brings up what Serufu is trying to make. Miku read Serufu’s mind thinking Serufu is creating a house for her pet pig. She wants to do it herself to prove she is useful to the DIY club. After all, she felt a bit down after none of the stuff she made sold.
Of course, Juliet knows something that Miku won’t admit. Yep, Miku said that Serufu should leave things she can’t do to her before correcting herself by saying someone else. Yep, Juliet takes advantage of this by saying Serufu is Miku’s best friend and Miku should be more honest with herself. As expected, Miku didn’t take too kindly to this and threw water at Juliet when she had shampoo in her hair.
The next day, the DIY club came over along with Miku. Serufu showed what she was doing in the yard, building a house for her pet pig. She even has the materials and equipment ready. But, of course, Serufu struggled to create the house as she cut the wood the wrong sizes and built the house. Even after Serufu puts the roof together, which comes in crooked and thinks it’s okay, the pig still disapproves.
When Serufu fails to use the jigsaw, they can’t help but jump in to stop her. Thankfully she didn’t get hurt, but Miku was right that Serufu wanted to build it on her own. After all, Serufu wants to prove that she is helpful since she believes she is useless and clumsy.
However, the other members don’t think that Serufu is useless. After all, brings a lot of good ideas, and Juliet points out that Miku believes this. They also mention that DIY is a team effort, of course. With everyone helping, they finally finished the house. It turned out to be what Serufu had imagined.
Yes, we see Miku defrost even more as she remembers what Serufu said when she gave the wind chime, she made to her during her childhood. While Miku said she has the assignment to do, has she finally defrosted? Will she finally join the DIY club soon? We’ll see very soon, but I have a good feeling that she will.
Either way, the DIY club has all the supplies to start building the secret hideout. Sadly, someone screwed up and put the good wood near the burnable garbage. Yep, they basically burned all the wood for the secret hideout. Does this mean the project is doomed? Still, I wonder who screwed up this badly to cause this. We can only find out next time.
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