Meguridokoro [English], by Mutsutake

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By Oliver (AKA the Admin) on 3 comments

My pic may be called ''i-could-easily-fap-to-this.jpg'', that doesn't mean I actually used it, OK ? ;)

May I still call it “tsundere” a kind of scenario in which a girl is either super tender, or, instead of violent, is the icy type throwing killer crushing remarks ? If you’ve got a better name, please, let me know :)

Well, apart from this, Meguridokoro is a DELICIOUS piece of hentai, featuring an ice-cold girl and her idiotic male friend, their contrast provides a whole lot of comic relief ^^ We also have a montblanc coming back from the dead (no shit, read carefully), a super long braid, and – that might be important in your eyes – EXCELLENT happy sex with love :woot:

Graphically, it’s french kissing while having vaginal sex, the girl is great («a big-breasted highschool girl in uniform ? I approve !»), however the censorship gets a bit too much in the way, and I’d have fancied seeing less x-rays. This is still great dope nonetheless :)
For this, thanks a LOT to Von and Somebodyelse, from Life4Kaoru :)

By the same artist, I also share Amami Dokoro (209 pictures, awesome !), Games addict Girlfriend, Agricultural Idol Bekko, and some random full-color short in a pack with a few other artists.

Open the Complete Pictures Gallery (or the backup gallery)

Here comes the zip link! Help yourselves! ^^
(15 MB, 29 pictures, English)

Or you can also use the Alternative :
Zip Mirror #1 – or – Zip Mirror #2

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11 years ago

That would be a Kuudere, not a Tsundere, though Kuudere grew out of Tsundere (in fact, while Tsunderes are commonly connected with the Fire element now a-days, "tsun-tsun" means an "icy-personality." Kuudere also means an icy personality, but it is now the term used for Ice Queen types – from Rei Ayanames to this chick here.

11 years ago
Reply to  Gweemaren

Quite aptly put. Tsun-tsun technically means "cranky", and "tsundere" used to mean what is now referred to as "kuudere" these days. Also, kuudere is often considered as a subtype of tsundere. Look up the Television Tropes and Idioms site for more information, if you want.

11 years ago

I agree, tsun-tsun.