Kojuurou has a mini heart attack every time Masamune insists on doing groceries with him.
It’s not as if Kojuurou has a preference for being alone as he shops, though, for he is perfectly fine with accompanying the Maeda on their weekend trips.
Rather, it’s the fact that every time he and Masamune reach the cereal aisle, they have to have the same argument about which kind to purchase: “Masamune, put those back.”
“I can see why kids love Cinnamon Toast Crunch and I don’t even have depth perception!”
“As can I. Every time you have a bowl of that trash, the sugar collects at the bottom.”
Masamune makes a face. “But you always choose old man cereal.”
Kojuurou lets out an exasperated sigh. “What about the honey ones?”
“THEY’RE STILL CHEERIOS!”
By the time Kojuurou notices the box of diabetes-inducing cereal beneath all of his fruits, they’re already at the other end of the supermarket.