Not everyday is a good day. Adrien knows that. He also knows that his purring is useful to calm people (especially children during an akuma attack. Kids like the sound of it and that way he can do his job quickly).
So when Marinette has a bad day
he tries to do the same she does when he feels down: be there for her. And he use his purr to calm her a little. This purr is lower and longer than the ones he uses for kids, since he is not in a hurry and wants to express better what he feels.
Also forehead touches are a Marichat thingy, fite me.
I tried to tell Quincy that we were standing in front of natural treasure and that we should appreciate it. He continued to pose with this vaguely indifferent expression, effectively rendering all of my photos useless.
Other manga readers are aware that one of the changes made in the anime adaptation was how they set up each match one at a time, instead of all of them happening simultaneously, so in the manga, there was a sense of pressure exerted onto the students when they learned that their other classmates completed the test ahead of them. In the manga, the first one to finish was team Todo-Momo, followed by Team Baku-Deku, so Deku still ended up making commentaries with Recovery Girl much like in the anime, so there weren’t any major changes, maybe aside from Uraraka (& Tsuyu?) who stood beside him and watched from the screens.
However, when I was re-reading the manga…I realized there was one missed opportunity:
Todoroki and Yaoyorozu marveling at a sleeping Bakugou in the school clinic (and then one-by-one other classmates start flooding the room and quietly watching him too lmao)