Before I get into this review, I’m going to try something different. I would like you to think back to your first love. As early as you possibly can. What did you do? What did it feel like? And when did you become aware that this was your first act of being “in love?”
For me, I was in second grade. There was this girl in my class that I thought was super cute. She transferred into my elementary school mid-year, so I was probably blinded by that mystique of being part of the out group, granted I didn’t know what that was when I was 8 years old!
You probably would have called this situation an “infatuation,” and that may very well have been the case. However, in the years since that one event, I still cherished my friendship with this girl, getting the chance to talk with her after school, as we both waited for our parents to come pick us up. I don’t think it ever crossed her mind that we were anything more than friends, and I’ve learned — on several occasions since then — that that was okay. But those few moments where we got to talk to each other alone, without any interruption from my peers, were all I needed to satisfy what I would learn would be my asexuality.
What I have described above is another example of the love between this romantic comedy’s leading couple: Momokuri.