You might wonder why there’s a week long blank on the blog. Well, long story short, I have been travelling. Then a lot of other things happened. Lots of them.
Now I am sick, but I can at least write. And yeah, you know the deal. Double review this time in order to quickly catch up.
|Take her.... picture. Yep, that's what I meant|
So what do you do when competing against a massive store that outdoes you in just about every way? How do you fight?
Putting your cute female workers in bathing suits and holding a “summer sale” works out as well as can be expected and soon guys are buying and taking pictures.
How shall I say this? Isn’t this exploitation of some kind? Hasn’t a line been crossed? I am not the type of guy who will complain about boobs but using your female workers so shamelessly does raise a few issues with me.
Then again boobs.
Not really much to say about episode 8 to be honest.
As an aside, Lam is surprisingly good at selling her co-workers and All-A attracts a rather select group of costumers.
Ah, the feeling of one’s first paycheck. How long has it been?
This was an interesting episode in some ways. Something important is being built in the background. We have the presence of someone from Fino’s past (and we know that means Demon Lord shenanigans) who is tied to the big store who uses monsters for labor. Hopefully, we will see these things develop in a big way.
For now, we’ll content ourselves with some Raul-Fino interaction.
Fino is still quite childish in several ways. The way she chooses the kid’s meal at the restaurant and her general unguarded attitude against Raul are signs of that. She’s innocent.
She’s also changing and in this episode we can see she’s becoming more aware of Raul, not just as her friend but as a guy.
Good thing for Raul, because his hormones are crazy enough already. Or maybe not. The guy has it bad.
Oh, and heroes are after Fino apparently.