63. Pillow Talk, page posted 1/19/11

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Veronica: Maybe he should follow Lucy around from now on because he renders her NORMAL.

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Comment ID #142705

Wow, Augustus just got turned down. xD I’m not too surprised, since Lucy does know how to defend herself.

I guess, in a weird kind of way, this is a “lift me up” for Lucy. She now has a person to direct her wayward emotions towards, which might make her feel a little better. Well enough to got to her own party hopefully. :D

Nolithium January 19, 2011, 12:00 AM EST.

Comment ID #142806

Ah ha! Now I remember. Scummy little *******.

But I’m curious what his explanation was. I kinda wish Lucy had let him finish.

In any case, Taeshi sure got you guys, didn’t she? Made you think Lucy would be weak in her misery. She’s still strong in her own ways!

DiDi January 19, 2011, 1:21 AM EST.

Comment ID #142908

To all of you saying “she is not that weak” and “YAY LUCY!” let me remind you that ALL THAT ACT, is a FARCE that she puts up to shield herself from being hurt by others

the fact that she had to put it on in front of, not a supposed but a KNOWN threat to her fealings doesnt change it being a farce

sooo yeah…

also

“Maybe he should follow Lucy around from now on because he renders her NORMAL.”

thats… one hell of an oppinion… it could work, but does anyone really wants her to be back to “normal” she was not normal at all! Tsundere characters are good, but she went a little to far with hers.

JMOR January 19, 2011, 10:44 AM EST.

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