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I was left hanging
Am I the only one who was left with the biggest question after finishing this? I mean what the heck was it exactly that made a cheater transform into a dedicated lover in a matter of days? It might not have been even a full day, mind you. I guess this one-shot was a bit too sudden in plot development for the readers' complete sympathy and consent towards the couple, especially the cheating seme. And the story isn't that outstanding despite the different premise as well. Oh well, at least the art was decent I suppose, though nothing too exceptional at that (maybe that's because I haven't spent enough time for it to absorb?)
To be honest here, I think the story sucks. Guys like the seme definitely shouldnt be with a guy. Not just the cheating part but rather the preference of girls over guys. With this kind of personality, would u think he will be kind enough to choose the uke when they grow up? Of course not, so much more obstacles in the future. No rating since some parts of the story and the art are cute.
Charming space cadet main character
It's quite cute. I usually don't check out Homerun Ken's works, since I'm more into average-to-buff-looking guys in BL, but I decided to read this one this I liked their character designs, and thought it was fun and cute.
It's more enjoyable if you focus on the main character's silliness and think that the boyfriend will (probably) repent on his cheating and subsequent asshole excuse (Hirose does deserve way better if he doesn't, but we'll likely never know). It's mostly just fluff then; the main character being a total cloud cuckoolander is what really makes it fun.
... Last updated on June 6th, 2013, 9:19pm
I'm not that concerned about the fact that the guy cheated. He probably just fell into temptation. But the story is kinda funny. It's cute to see how they got back together and the other guy being jealous instead. Looks like the 'curse' works. XD
I'm not particularly picky regarding cheating, as most people seem to be. If the story's well constructed, I don't see a problem with someone cheating and it still being love. Wanna have the proof? Read Overdose. The problem with this one, though, is that a one-shot isn't well developed to begin with, so it would take up much more chapters to solve the issue here, which this didn't. On the contrary of everybody else, I think it's pretty obvious that Matsui stopped cheating. But the problem to me isn't even that. It's that Matsui's reason for becoming a good boyfriend being that he watched Hirose's little adventure isn't convincing enough. His tears when he confronts Matsui are much more of a reason and he didn't go for it.
Also, I don't comedy in yaoi very much...so the only reason I'm rating this medium is 'cause it had some cute parts and the art is amazing. You can't really see as realistic, you have to think of the fun of it all to like it.
I like the story but the cheating seme should be stabbed lol I hate cheaters and even more the idiots that allow their partner to cheat on them D: Had I been the uke I would have dumped him the second I found out he cheated, and even more after he said such a cruel thing T-T
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Sometimes I rather see a girls t***s than a d**k
saying that to your lover what? He shall be impaled with a rusty fork between the legs O:< The story has really nice parts so if you can look beyond the cruel and cheating seme then go ahead and read it.
And "Konna Nekomimi, Suki desu ka?" are two excellent examples of why Homerun Ken is my all-time favorite ka gala of oneshots. Her stories are great because the shounen ai is so good, I don't mis the hard yaoi that's not there.
... Last updated on May 28th, 2011, 3:20pm
if you just focus on the brainless antics of the uke cos if you delved too deeply his brainlessness will make you cry. i mean, he still with someone who slept around, ya know? matsui dont deserve such cute boy.
Cheating = love?
Cheating was never love in my book. The cute uke's desperate attempts to save his asshole of a boyfriend was the only thing that kept me reading. The uke was cute but he has some major problems in his head. You can barely call this fluff with that being the case. Who would have sex with their lover after being cheated on multiple times and instead of hearing an apology he gets told to shut up? The seme is incredibly rude, selfish, and spoiled and he's the one who should be apologizing, not the uke. Overall, I didn't find it boring but...disturbing, in a sense, and might I add depressing. I'd recommend it to anyone who can ignore the fact that the seme is a cheating bastard and the uke is a happy-go-lucky pushover.
... Last updated on January 19th, 2011, 11:59am
I agree with MightyMaeve that the cover image is absolutely delicious <3
The art here obviously isn't the issue, since Homerun Ken always has a beautiful art style, but this story feels a bit lacking to me, especially since I was expecting some sort of revenge on the cheating boyfriend from the summary only to find a light-hearted story with a silly uke.
Not to say that this wasn't an amusing read, but it just wasn't what I was expecting and it's definitely frustrating that there was no closure with whether the boyfriend stopped cheating or not