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From September Scanlations:

Kirishima "Maa-chan" Masao and Kurokawa "Tai-chan" Taisuke have been friends since they were little-both looking out for each other, but when Maa-chan catches his friend being assaulted by a teacher, he canít help but blame himself for always thinking and never acting on his desire to protect his friend.


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Me & Cat & First Love Intersection
Me and Cat and First Love Intersection

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v.1 c.Extra (end) by September Scanlations (820d ago)
v.1 c.5 by September Scanlations (827d ago)
v.1 c.4 by September Scanlations (957d ago)
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1 Volume (Complete)

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Average: 7.1 / 10.0 (143 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.04 / 10.0
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September 8th 2015, 11:18pm PST



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Actually not very good   
Rating: N/A
by JapanRocks
August 10th, 2016, 2:29am
You ever read a story and liked it, then re-read it again some time later and thought "This...actually isn't very good." This is one of those times and one of those stories. From the very first chapter I found serious flaws that I was somehow able to ignore when I first read it.

The main problem with the story is the severe mishandling of very important issues. Some pretty serious themes are introduced- child abuse and molestation- that are completely thrown aside for comedy and basic yaoi drama. It feels like that should've been left out if it wasn't going to be expanded on. It's not like there was more important issues to handle. For the latter half of the story a girl is randomly introduced to fall for one of the pair. Granted, the mangaka didn't write her to be completely despicable as some of the women we find in yaoi, but her drama completely unnecessary when there was plenty of already established conflicts that needed to be handled. The mangaka should've stuck to light hearted themes if she wanted to write a light hearted story.

The results of all this is a very mediocre and unnaturally light hearted yaoi story. It's not hard to read by any means, and it's fun enough that I managed to ignore the pending issues when I first read it. It's just that once you know how the story ends and what issues get resolved, it's hard to ignore the issues that don't. I won't give it a score cause it's too mixed. If you're able to ignore the worse flaws it's at least an 8. If you're not, it's at most a 6.
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Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
by fisukisuki
August 7th, 2015, 6:22pm
It was... Fun! It wasn't light reading, not really when you remember what the Uke had gone through. But it wasn't deep because they don't really talk about it. So it was standard.
Fun for the humor and the feelings, the interaction and sexual activity, and their personality. It does feels like lack of something. If it's more than one volume, and goes deeper, either this would turn out amazing and lovely, or horrible if the author couldn't describe the story line clearly and smoothly.
So it wasn't the Best, but still charming enough and adorably lovely enough.
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Cute, but not great.   
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by xKiYoMiNaTiONx
August 3rd, 2014, 6:57am
It's a cute story to tie you over if you're bored, or run out of things to read. It's not a bad story, though it feels sort of bland. I think this story could have worked if it had two volumes instead and not feel so rushed? The ending seemed quite rushed. Not sure if the manga-ka was told to end the series or not, but.. I feel that they could have elaborated more on Taisuke's family background.

Would have loved to know how Taisuke and Masao met too!
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Too thin for me   
Rating: N/A
by OmNom
June 30th, 2014, 12:43pm
Really, this manga touches on some of the very serious issues with such a light-hearted tone it really made me unsatisfied. The story is already common enough about two childhood friends falling in love, with developments so rapid they only make sense in a yaoi fantasy, but it's the fact that the matter of domestic violence was taken so lightly of even until the end of the story that thoroughly left me in awe, negatively speaking. This is really more of an upbeat and 'innocent' type of BL story, but it tries to throw in some adult problems (sexual harassment, domestic abuse, uncertainties about future) to spice things up, only to come off as shallow and skimming on the surface because of how inappropriately those issues are dealt with. Only the chibis managed to compensate me a little after finishing this (very poorly handled) manga.
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I laughed for 10 minutes at the last two pages   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by blondinator
February 17th, 2014, 7:54pm
Maa-chan tells a clingy girl about his relationship with Tai-chan (to let her know he isnít single) and the following dialogue ensues:

Girl that likes Maa-chan: "You might actually realize you DO prefer girls! After all, I'm DEFINITELY a better cook than he is! So, when that happens, you're welcome to come crawling back to me anytime!"

Tai-chan looks back with irritation before suddenly smirking.
Tai-chan: MaybeÖbut Iím WAY better at giving head!

Both Maa-chan and the girl stare in shock. Tai-chan merely smiles. The end.

I thought a majority of the story was pretty boring, especially with how quick the relationship developed. Even so, if you need a reason to read this manga, those last two pages pretty much win it. I wish the mangaka had added a lot more humor; she clearly has a feel for it.

... Last updated on February 17th, 2014, 7:56pm
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