first she calls the thief キモい (because they only raided the shelf with womens personal data). then the conversation moves on to how their boss is perving on them.
I dunno what level your grammar is so apologies if this is too complicated/obvious, but here’s a grammar breakdown
（ヨルは） → implicitly talking about jor
異次元すぎて → too much in a different dimension. the て links this clause to the next one.
男（が）寄せてこなそう → men don’t approach
Holy cow! Up until now, I’ve read book club readings in one go, but these chapters are huge. I’m going to have to split these readings between two sessions. In almost 2 hours, I got to page 113. I feel like I’m taking longer to read this than a week’s reading of 夜カフェ, and that’s a light novel My sense of time is terrible though, so I may be wrong about that.
I’m eager to get faster at reading. For manga and light novels, it’s not big a deal, but I’d eventually like to start playing video games in Japanese. I’ve tried it a few times, but it really messes up the pacing of play when it takes too long to read the dialogue. Hopefully enough time with book clubs will get me there
Yeah I really liked this chapter The entire ending sequence was great.
I haven’t read this in English or watched the anime so I’m basically going in blind. Yor is… not what I expected her to be I guess? I expected her to be a cold emotionless killer (and I guess she kind of is “on the job”) but she’s actually just an awkward emotional girl, and kinda adorable.
I know the わ is dialect, it’s a sentence-ending particle, similar I think to よ or ぞ, but I’m not sure what the たる is. My best guess is it’s a contraction of てやる. At least, that’s what it instinctively feels like. Could totally be wrong.
From my experience reading manga, characters will ad ぶち for kind of an add a stronger effect to the action. Like Luffy in One Piece will often say ぶっ飛ばす！ or characters will say ぶっ殺す So in this case it’s just kind of rough way to say “I’m gonna kill you.”
Thanks! I’ve seen that before too. I was asking about the たる part at the end. But @enbyboiwonder’s theory sounds very convincing to me!
Mine also says 筆記試験. Not sure what that’s all about in the sheet. I don’t think it was like that while I was reading, or if it was, I didn’t notice.
Yeah, I need to split the chapters up into parts before starting to read in the future. This week, since it caught me by surprise, I read until I got tired of reading and finally looked ahead to see that I still had so much left. It was pretty demoralizing