Yu Aoi for BEAMS’ KOIWEB: Koi o Shimashou

Yu-chan, why do you do these? I mean, release stuff on the same day. It makes me do multiple posts, and makes this blog look hugely disproportionate. xD

Having said that, what are these? Because they’re hilariously cute.

That one is my favorite… mainly because it’s the first one and it caught me completely out of the blue. Plus there’s the whole introducing your Indian boyfriend to your parents who had no idea, and the whole starting to dance thing with the “everyone is talking in a different language” thing.

The rest are fairly similar, but equally adorable and funny.



You can check more on BEAMS’ KOIWEB project on their website:

Now, somehow… I want Yu-chan doing some type of musical. xD

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