vol 9

Hairu: Koori-senpai!

Hairu: Sorry to keep you waiting! I was able to finish up all the lab work so I’m lucky!
Ui: Hairu. Sorry to make you go all the way here.

Hairu: When we walk together side by side…
Ui: Hm?

Hairu: We look like a double kokeshi doll, don’t we?
Ui: Ah… yeah. What’s up with that?

Hairu: Hah~ That was delicious! Thank you for the food!
Ui: It’s nothing. Oh, right.

Ui: This is for you.
Hairu: ?
Ui: A hairclip.
Ui: …I’m not sure if you’re going to use it but, it’s a Christmas present.
Ui: I bought it a earlier.

Hairu: Ehehe~

Hairu: I’ll show it off to Arima-san!
Ui: Right.

Hairu: Let’s go with everyone next year!
Ui: Yep, next year again.

Saiko: Let’s go, let’s go! To Higen’s place.
Urie: Do what you want.

Saiko: Hoho, Merry Christmas.

Hige: *asleep*

Saiko: You’re awake. You’re definitely awake.
Hige: *muffled sleeping sounds*

Urie: (That Yonebayashi… She hasn’t left Shao’s room ever since she went inside.)

Urie: *peeks*

Urie: What are you doing.
Shao: *asleep*
Saiko: Her sleeping face was cute so…

Volume 10 will be out on March 17, 2017!

December 24 23:35
Saiko: Shinsanpei~ Aren’t you going to bed?
Shinsanpei: Oh… Um, yes but I still have homework to do.

December 25 0:51
Saiko: Sanpei~ You’re not going to bed yet?
Shinsanpei: Yes. Please don’t mind me and go ahead and sleep.

December 25 3:31
Saiko: …
Shinsanpei: *listening to music*

Shinsanpei: S-Saiko-san?! What are you-
Saiko: Go to sleep.
Shinsanpei: Guh… I’m… dyi….

Ui: Take-san, are you free on the 25th?
Ui: Let’s go drinking, just the two of us.
Hirako: I have work.

Mougan: MMMBOY.
Mougan: Will you be alone on the holy night?

Ui: I got an early Christmas gift from Tanakamaru Santa.
Ui: *wearing a scarf*

Mougan: I plan on joining in Suzuya Squad’s party!
Mougan: Go ahead and have a nice Christmas!
Ui: Thanks. (This smells like Mougan…)

I’ve been making a list of the things they don’t teach you at school. They don’t teach you how to love somebody. They don’t teach you how to be famous. They don’t teach you how to be rich or how to be poor. They don’t teach you how to walk away from someone you don’t love any longer. They don’t teach you how to know what’s going on in someone else’s mind. They don’t teach you what to say to someone who’s dying. They don’t teach you anything worth knowing.
—  Neil Gaiman, The Sandman, Vol. 9: The Kindly Ones

Tricks like this stir me up. Now your secret’s out.