Track 11: Free Wake Up Ambush, part 5
Nagisa: Haru-chan’s fell asleep… Must have been because he got up early to make us all breakfast.
Rei: He’s fast asleep, isn’t he.
Makoto: You’re right…
Nagisa: Geez, Mako-chan you’re way too tired!
Makoto: I’ve had enough mackerel to last me a while…
Rei: Speaking of, Haruka-senpai’s breathing…
Makoto: Ah, it’s way too quiet…
Rei: This breathing pattern is… Sleep apnea.
Nagisa: No breathing!? This is bad! Haru-chan’s going to die! Mako-chan! You have to do CPR!
Rei: W-Wait a second!
Nagisa: Mako-chan, hurry!
Makoto: Ahhh! What do you do in these situations again? Um, ensure the wind pipe is clear? But Haru likes water, so maybe water would be better!?
Nagisa: You can’t give him water! You have to give Haru-chan air! Like what you learng in physical education class!
Makoto: Ahhh, I got it!
[ sound of heart beating ]
Haruka: What are you doing…?
Nagisa: Rei-chan thought Haru-chan was about to die!
Rei: Hey, I never said that!
Makoto: Thank God… Haru…!
Nagisa: Haru-chan! Thank God you’re alive!
Makoto: We were so worried about you…!
Haruka: I dreamt that I caught the mackerel of illusions.
Nagisa: Ehehe~ As expected of Haru-chan!
Haruka: I don’t know what’s going on, but… Sorry for making you worry. In apology, I’ll make mackerel pudding.
Nagisa, Rei & Makoto: Ugh..!
Nagisa: If you’re going to make pudding, strawberry would be best!
Haruka: Then mackerel cream puffs.
Rei: Using mackerel to make cream is not beautiful…
Haruka: Then mackerel macarons.
Makoto: Geez~ Let’s get away from mackerel!
Rin: Ugh, sheesh, that guy, Makoto… At least let me know what happened after! …What the hell am I worried about? Something like Haru turning into a mackerel is impossible… Or rather, can a human really turn into a mackerel? If it’s Haru it might be possible… Wait, what am I saying!?
Nitori: Ah, Rin-senpai, what are you troubled by?
Rin: Leave me alone. Should I make a call? No, it would be weird if I called! To begin with, what the hell is with turning into a mackerel!?
(note: translations are done from japanese -> chinese -> english, so there may be small differences)