Kuro Reread: Ch 21
Finny’s exited about the elephant. Soma says he has 10 of those. Two kinds of people after all?
I wonder when was the last time Ran-Mao used a chair instead of Lau’s lap?
Aw, Lau wanted to take her out on a date!
Ciel looks so serious when he talks about a butler betraying his master…
Lau discuses murder with a smile on his face. Ciel is
really starting to get tired of this BS not amused.
This is the most blatant lie Ciel’s ever told. His expression screams ‘’I’d have you killed right this instant
but my butler has curry to make’’.
Irony’s such a wondrous thing, isn’t it?
‘‘I can’t wait to see his face when he realises he has lost.’‘ Ciel has a lot of confidence in Seb’s abilities.
Sebastian wants Agni to know that his boyfriend is above disgusting things like kindness and *shudder* selflessness.
This guy looks like a more visually appealing version of Baron Kelvin.
Ugh, the Viscount. His existence had blissfully slipped my mind too… (He’s the Dolores Umbridge of this manga.)
The rest of the chefs look like they’re starring in an episode of a cooking show set in prison.
One of these things is not like the others. *chuckles*
More catchphrase-ing. (It should be a verb, considering Sebastian does it all the time.)
Why is everyone so amazed at the sight of a blue lobster? Even if they’re hard to come by this seems like a bit of an overreaction.
The Viscount has a thing for lobsters. I wonder if it’s physically possible to—actually no, I’m not finishing that sentence.
Ooh, it’s Sebastian’s turn now!
What is it with the amount of unnecessary overreaction in this chapter? Look at the curry bread, wait for Sebastian to explain what it is, and if it still seems that shocking, freak out then.
Chamber’s foodgasms are getting a bit too graphic.
By ‘’hold you tightly in my arms’’ does he mean ‘’try to sell you on the black market’’? Cause he already did that.
Aw, the servants are so happy! It’s cute.
Poor Ciel’s still shivering in disgust.
John Brown appears!
Baldroy calls the Queen of England a funky old gran.
Again with that TV show? Did anyone forget this is Victorian England? The first TV was invented 39 years later.
The horse steps on John’s head. He calmly continues performing his duty anyway.
The Albert puppet. (I’m honestly tempted to write a fic where John has to act like Victoria’s husband the whole time. With the puppet, of course. Can you imagine how hilarious it’d be?)
It must be horrible, though. Loving someone that much, and having to live without them.
Curry brings people together.
So, chapter 21′s finished.