V2 Chapter 34 | The Most Important Event

V2 Chapter 34 | The Most Important Event

After the movie was over without incident, the three of us, still half-crying, and I was in the hall of the movie theater.

It was a little awkward to go outside in this state, so we decided to stay until everyone had calmed down.

“It was a better story than I thought it would be…”

Sugimoto, still holding the handkerchief in his hand, is sitting on the sofa in the hall.

Next to her, Anri is also clutching the handkerchief I gave her in one hand and has not said a word since a while ago.

Takayama, who is sitting next to me, is holding a pocket tissue with a cute bear cover and blowing his nose.

“Takayama, you’re holding a very cute tissue.”

I tried to make him feel at ease by talking to him.

“Hmm? This one? I borrowed this from Sugimoto. I used up all the tissues I had on hand during the movie.”

Was he that snotty?

As you can see from this situation, I’m the only one who is unaffected.

Am I feeling differently?

“Sugimoto, I’ll give this back to you. Thanks, you’ve been super helpful!”

Sugimoto puts the bear tissue returned by Takayama in his bag.

“You’re welcome. By the way, Takayama-kun was crying a lot.”

There were tears, but I think my nose was running even more than that, but I’ll leave it alone for now.

“I’m surprised, too. I don’t often show my emotions, but it’s strange.”

There are several other people in the hall, men and women who seem to be lovers.

Each of them seems to be talking to each other about something, and I somehow feel out of place.

There is also a woman in a suit and a man with a camera who is doing some kind of interview with a microphone in their hands.

The man and woman who are approached seem to be talking something to the camera.

“Tendo, I’m going to go get a drink.”

“Oh, me too.”

Takayama and Sugimoto both walked toward the vending machine.

I was left alone with Anri and sat down next to her.

“You didn’t join in the conversation earlier, what’s wrong?”

“…Nothing, nothing. I was just thinking about something.”

Anri is a little listless. I wonder if she was influenced a little by that movie.

I suddenly looked up and saw a woman and a man I didn’t know.

The people I was interviewing earlier are standing right in front of me.

“May I have a word with you?”

They have cameras on their shoulders and are filming us.

The woman who looks like a reporter points a microphone at us.

“How did you like the movie? Can you give us a comment, even if it’s just one word?”

She’s asking us what we thought of the movie we just saw.

How did I feel about it?

“I think it was a very good movie. I think what impressed me was the end roll. I could relate to the part about wanting to be with the person you love until you get old.”

“I see. Thank you. How about your boyfriend, then? Do you have any episodes or events with your girlfriend that you liked the most so far?”

Yes! He is Anri’s boyfriend! Thank you! I don’t have to deny or anything here, do I? Now, the best thing that happened with Anri…

They had their differences in the movies, but eventually, they got married, and I think they had a happy family after that.

What was the best thing about being with Anri for me?

I ponder for a while. Cooking together, studying together, taking pictures together.

But the most memorable moment was when we expressed our feelings for each other in the park.

But I can’t talk about those things here and now. It would be too embarrassing.

“The fact that I was able to meet her. Meeting her in this whole wide world is the best thing that ever happened to me.”

Hmm? No response.

Neither the reporter nor the cameraman moved an inch.

When I looked at Anri, she was still looking down at an angle and not moving.

Huh? Did I say something strange?

Was I wrong? Did I say something strange?

You have good sensibilities to be able to say it plainly.

The cameraman man is smiling a little.

The camera lens is pointed at Anri.

I was the one who spoke, so why is the camera not pointed at me?

Thanks. You guys still look young. Let’s move on.

The reporter woman patted the cameraman on the shoulder and disappeared from in front of us.

She was headed for Takayama and Sugimoto.

Oh, two people grabbed me.

Hmm? What’s the rush? They’re both shaking their heads as hard as they can.

What are they asking? But still, that panicking, it’s interesting to watch.

“Anri, look at that. Takayama is doing something interesting.”

I turned to the side and called out to Anri, but she didn’t react well at the moment.

“Me too. I’m glad I met Tsukasa-kun, too. Unlike the two in the movie, we are together now. I am happy.”

Anri’s gesture and the slight reddening of her cheeks are very cute.

I unconsciously held Anri’s hand.

“Me too…”

We looked at each other, our words gradually becoming less and less.

Thinking about Anri makes me feel warm inside.

This means I’m feeling happy, right?

“Hey, Tendo! The reporter told me that Sugimoto and I are lovers! The reporter told me!”

Takayama is the usual Takayama, running toward us screaming.

Sugimoto was also running after Takayama, walking quickly toward us.

Anri and I got some juice from Takayama, who was in high spirits, and the four of us started talking again.

“I can’t believe that Takayama-kun and I are lovers… Well, do I look like that?”

Sugimoto started talking, his face reddening.

“Well, if there were two people, a man, and a woman, in this place, it would almost look like lovers.”

At this time of the day, everywhere you look, there are only pairs of men and women.

Then it can’t be helped, can it?

“I can’t believe that Takayama-kun and I are lovers… Well, do I look like that?”

Sugimoto started talking, his face reddening.

“Well, if there were two people, a man, and a woman, in this place, it would almost look like lovers.”

At this time of the day, everywhere you look, there are only pairs of men and women.

Then it can’t be helped, can it?

“Let’s talk about movie reviews at the restaurant afterward. I’ve made reservations, so let’s go there when it’s the time!”

Today’s planning was done by Takayama-sensei.

The three of us were going to walk the course as Takayama-sensei told us.

“So, where are we going to have dinner, and at what time?”

For some reason, Takayama, with a smug look on his face, folded his arms toward us and puffed out his chest.

“We’ll see when we get there! Don’t be scared!”

Did you make reservations at such a scary place?

You didn’t book a reservation at a beef bowl store, did you?


TLN: Classes were too much for me for the last few days so I had to take a break from TLing, but now I’m back.

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