You wonder why Hime and Mitsuki hate each other. We finally learn why how Hime and Mitsuki became best friends. That is until Hime’s little lies ruin it in the end through a misunderstanding ruins their friendship forever.
Last time, Hime thought Mitsuki was a nice girl until she had to show who she was. Yes, Mitsuki was working with Hime all this time, and Hime didn’t realize it. I would have thought Mitsuki acting mean towards her will give it away, but not so much. Of course, that is not too surprising, given Hime’s ditzy personality.
As for why Mitsuki and Hime hate each other, we have to go back to their elementary school days. Hime transferred into the same school and is in the same class as Mitsuki. She declared she wanted to be friends with everyone. While Hime acted friendly to those girls, it’s apparent that it’s an act. While Mitsuki asks Hime to leave her desk so she can clean up, Hime wants to help. However, Mitsuki decides to do it herself, and her classmates badmouth her.
The funny thing is that Hime is a liar. She said she couldn’t play the piano. However, when Hime goes to the music room and listens to Mitsuki’s piano playing classical music, Hime becomes interested. The funny thing is that she played a part in the musical piece as she wanted to try it out. Mitsuki wondered why Hime lied about being unable to play the piano when she could.
After Hime showed that she could play the piano and had fun doing so, she decided to play a duet with Mitsuki for a chorus competition. But, of course, she lied because playing piano doesn’t sound cool to the girls in her class. After all, the girls don’t seem to like Mitsuki, and if Hime hangs out with her, they will give Mitsuki a hard time. Still, Hime decides to do it anyway as she finds Mitsuki more pleasant to hang out with.
Eventually, Mitsuki catches on to Hime’s lying. When the girls try to invite her to the pool, Mitsuki grabs Hime’s hand and takes her away from the girls. Mitsuki knows that Hime would rather hang out with her than those girls who Hime doesn’t even like. After all, Hime said it was an act and a lie, although Mitsuki said she shouldn’t lie. Still, it’s nice to see Mitsuki invite Hime to her house to practice piano. Yep, they remind me of the days I took piano lessons until I graduated high school.
Despite Hime becoming best friends with Mitsuki, she had trouble with actual practice during class. It’s because of others making mistakes. It makes me wonder if the girls are Hime’s “fake” friends or if Hime is too sensitive to others’ mistakes.
Sadly, it’s a cumulation of Hime’s “fake” friends reporting Mitsuki for bullying and her lies catching up to her. Hime’s “fake” friends don’t like how she hangs out with Mitsuki, who has an “uncool” reputation. So they try to tell Hime to forget practicing piano and let Mitsuki boss her around and hang out with them. The thing is, Hime, accepts going to the pool just to lie to them so she can hang out with Mitsuki. Hime did this for a while, but it became unfeasible as her “fake friends” bullied Mitsuki.
Eventually, Hime resigned from the piano thing to protect Mitsuki from those girls. However, Mitsuki sees what Hime did as an act of betrayal. As seen from her point of view, she finds out from the teacher that Hime pulled out. Then she came into the classroom and called Hime out for being a liar as she was hanging out with her the other day.
As expected, Hime gets caught up in her lies as her “fake friends” betray her, and she hates Mitsuki for betraying her and vice versa. Eventually, Mitsuki transferred out, and Hime became an outcast.
In short, Hime’s lies pretty much play out like the Fleetwood Mac song, Little Lies. If only Hime didn’t act like she needed to be friends with everyone and work with herself, she would still have Mitsuki as her friend. She doesn’t need to become Bocchi Hitori and befriend everyone in her class. Besides, the “fake friends” Hime had were stuck up and mean. Mitsuki was her true friend, but she threw it away just because.
Sadly, the relationship between Hime and Mitsuki is ruined, especially now that they know they are working together. Not only that, Hime hasn’t changed and still lies and puts up that façade. If only Hime acted like her true self, would Mitsuki finally forgive Hime for what she did years ago? Sumi is wondering what is going on with Hime and Mitsuki. Still, I feel they will eventually forgive each other as what is in the past is in the past. After all, they have to act like they are sisters, right?
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