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Writer: 結城由乃 (Yuuki Yoshino) Requirement: Intimacy Level 10
Adonis Otogari sub story part 2
Season: Spring (春) Location: School Store
Is that you, transfer student?

….Hm. Did you also come to the student store to buy lunch?

Most students eat at the garden terrace. After all, their lunch menu has a wide variety, plus it’s affordable.

And yet, you came to the student store. ….Is it because you felt like having bread today?

Hm. There are some students that buy lunch from the student store for that reason.

If you are also one of them, then it wouldn’t be unusual for you to be here.

….I usually buy lunch from the student store. I rarely have lunch at the terrace.

If you’re unsure of what to buy, you can ask me.

….The katsu curry bread is a popular choice. It always sells out five minutes into the lunch break.

It has plenty of katsu in it, very tasty. I eat it often, as well.

The yakisoba bread is also popular. It has a special sauce, making the taste different from the kind you’d find at other stores.

Have you ever eaten it before, transfer student? If not, I recommend trying it at least once.

You’re too frail, transfer student. You won’t be able to protect yourself when you need to the way you are now.

All the bread sold at the student store are very filling. If you eat a lot, you’ll be able to grow “bigger” soon.

My aim is neither the katsu curry bread, nor the yakisoba bread. It’s the anpan that, for some reason, never sells that well.

….Anpan is very delicious.

When you split it in two, you can see that it’s stuffed with red bean filling. Just looking at it brings your appetite.

When I was younger, I was never able to eat my fill at lunch time.

My older sisters would always eat my portion as well, and I was left with only their leftovers.

The most frustrating times would be when my sisters were eating anpan.

As a child, I was so envious of them. I wished that I could also eat anpan until I was full….

That wish was fulfilled by me becoming “bigger” and “stronger”.

Now, I can eat anpan without having to fight for it. But even so, I eat it every day without ever growing sick of it.

Anpan is the taste of victory.

It reminds me of those harsh days I suffered back then, and the satisfaction of finally triumphing over my sisters after training my mind and body.

….Transfer student, I’ll give you this anpan.

You’ve only just come to this school. In the future, you may find yourself facing some tough situations.

When that happens, eat this bread to lift your spirits up. And then overcome it. If you do that, you will become stronger.

….That is what I believe.

Translator: Linnæus
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