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Kin no Kanojo Gin no Kanojo  
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The plot starts when Ayanomine Erika, after meeting Yasuda Noborou one night, fell into a lake. The "Lady Of The Lake" appears and asks Noborou, "Did you lose your golden girlfriend or your silver girlfriend?" This leads to the original girl being split into two different persons: Erika, the golden-haired and Ginka, the silver-haired.


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Girl of Gold & Silver Girl
Girl of Gold, Girl of Silver
Girl of Gold, Silver Girl
Golden Girlfriend, Silver Girlfriend
Kin no Kanojo, Gin no Kanojo
金の彼女 銀の彼女

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v.8 c.39 by Hametsu no Megami Scans 27 days ago
v.8 c.38 by Hametsu no Megami Scans about 1 month ago
v.8 c.37 by Hametsu no Megami Scans 3 months ago
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10 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 7.9 / 10.0 (71 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.49 / 10.0
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June 12th 2018, 7:52am PST



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by Yuemoon70
January 2nd, 2018, 10:52pm
I absolutely love this series despite several negative opinions. Although, I must confess that this series have minor drawbacks like 1st 3 episodes shows that the main protagonist are bullied constantly by surrounding girls (remind me of real life situation though). But hey, all the hardships gone through by main protagonist does not gone waste. This kind of hardships-bear-fruit kind of manga really widen my very-own perspective. Keep it up Sensei!!
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"Pretty original" my arse...   
Rating: 3.0 / 10.0
by Lost Rabbit
July 8th, 2016, 3:56am
I aint gonna give ya too much crap for your opinion of these series @Cgmf07, buuuut...
This is not an "original idea" that's been picked up. Glitter dolls, as an example I remember well, was a two-shot Hentai that had the same premise, instead though with a main character that drops his sex doll in the river, and gets two new ones back that happen to come to life and are of course smoking hot babes.

But all that info aside, I really can't stand the dynamic going on. Main character's in love with the heroine, yet because she's essentially a princess that's forbidden from interacting with boys, MC gets beaten up all the time by her personal bodyguards. And that's my biggest gripe with this series: How annoying these side characters are that keep beating up the main character and treating him like the scum of the Earth, never considering the feelings of the girl they're protecting. Meanwhile even though the (two) main heroine(s) seem to like him, both just as well beat him up for getting into the typical "lewd situations" he never intended on getting himself into.

I'd argue to go and read Uwagaki for a more interesting premise of how the "heroine gets split up into two different bodies that are nearly identical," yet instead of MC having to choose one over the other, both of her selves have to figure out which one's love is stronger, be it for her current boyfriend or the MC. While yes, it's a short read (that I'll actually go and finish now real quick), it's definitely better to pick up, rather than follow along the painful misadventures of this twat...
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