History Manga / DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl

14th Aug '16 1:02:39 AM julyjack73
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*** Lampshaded with a box on one panel that says that this technique doesn't actually work.
7th Aug '16 2:17:40 PM MJTrooper
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* PrettyFreeloaders: Chapter 43 proves this is actually not the case. With the exception of Papi and Suu who are too mentally immature to hold a job (not to mention that Suu, as a slime girl, is an open secret and not actually covered by the interspecies exchange program), every one of the girls living at Kirito's house has a job, or is actively seeking one, even Rachnera who gets frequent requests for her silk from various laboratories.

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* PrettyFreeloaders: Chapter 43 proves reveals this is actually not the case. With the exception of Papi and Suu Suu, who are too mentally immature to hold a job (not to mention that Suu, as a slime girl, is an open secret and not actually covered by the interspecies exchange program), every one and Lala, all of the girls living at Kirito's Kimihito's house has have a job, or is actively seeking one, or has personal wealth; even Rachnera Rachnera, who gets frequent requests for her silk from various laboratories.
7th Aug '16 7:10:33 AM Harem-author
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* PrettyFreeloaders: Chapter 43 proves this is actually not the case. With the exception of Papi and Suu who are too mentally immature to hold a job (not to mention that Suu, as a slime girl, is an open secret and not actually covered by the interspecies exchange program), every one of the girls living at Kirito's house has a job, or is actively seeking one, even Rachnera who gets frequent requests for her silk from various laboratories.
30th Jul '16 10:18:54 PM Mavado
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** The eighth covers [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies]] and their variants, such as [[{{Mummy}} Mummies]] (who often have difficult personalities due to being former royalty) and {{Chinese Vampire}}s (''jiangshi''; practice tai chi to ward off joint stiffness).

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** The eighth covers [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombies]] and their variants, such as [[{{Mummy}} Mummies]] (who often have difficult personalities due to being former royalty) and {{Chinese Vampire}}s (''jiangshi''; who practice tai chi to ward off joint stiffness).



* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: Kimihito suffers from this a couple of times, such as when two random people insult Miia in chapter 2. She proceeds to tail whip them, but he jumps in the way, telling her that humans aren't suppposed to attack non-humans, and vice versa. He also gets smothered unintentionally by her a lot as well due to her tendency to wrap herself around him.
** Smith is also completely unwilling to take Miia away from Kimihito and to her ''actual'' host family, and in fact actually ''keeps dumping more girls onto him'', apparently for kicks.

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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: Largely averted. While Kimihito suffers from this a couple of times, such as when two random people insult Miia in chapter 2. She proceeds to tail whip them, but he jumps in the way, telling her that humans aren't suppposed to attack non-humans, and vice versa. He also gets smothered unintentionally by her a lot as well due to her tendency to wrap herself around him.
** Smith is also completely unwilling to
does take Miia away from Kimihito the majority of abuse, most of it is accidental and to her ''actual'' host family, and in fact actually ''keeps dumping more the girls onto him'', apparently for kicks.tend to be apologetic afterwards.
29th Jul '16 11:23:42 PM Mavado
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** There's also the issue of DoubleStandardFemaleOnMale rape. If a male host has any type of sex with their hosted nonhuman, ''even if the nonhuman started it, whether or not it was voluntary'', they'll be sent to jail, while the nonhuman in question will only get deported.

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** There's also the issue of DoubleStandardFemaleOnMale rape. If if a male host has any type of sex with their hosted nonhuman, ''even if the nonhuman started it, whether or not it was voluntary'', they'll be sent to jail, while the nonhuman in question will only get deported.
29th Jul '16 11:02:08 PM theLibrarian
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** There's also the issue of DoubleStandardFemaleOnMale rape. If a male host has any type of sex with their hosted nonhuman, ''even if the nonhuman started it, whether or not it was voluntary'', they'll be sent to jail, while the nonhuman in question will only get deported.
25th Jul '16 11:07:34 PM BattleMaster
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** So far, the biggest jerkasses of the manga are the racist couple, the director, and the orc gang. None of them are pleasant to look at.

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** So far, the biggest jerkasses of the manga are the racist couple, the director, and the orc gang. [[{{Gonk}} None of them are pleasant to look at.at]].


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** Apparently played straight by Kiira the Killer Bee. She's the most serious and least attractive villain introduced so far. She instantly tries to kill Kimihito with her stinger and has a nightmarish insectoid face and arms that are covered in a carapace that makes them look sinisterly skeletal.
25th Jul '16 10:46:17 PM BattleMaster
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: All over the place. Then again, monster people were considered fictional to humans until a while ago. There might be an explanation for how their bodies work in their world, though they wouldn't necessarily work in the real world. Likely justified due to [[AWizardDidIt supernatural elements]]; after all, it's not as if [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Zombina]] or [[HeadlessHorseman Lala]] could even be "alive" otherwise.

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: All over the place. Then again, monster people were considered fictional to humans until a while ago. There might be an explanation for how their bodies work in their world, though they wouldn't necessarily work in the real world. Likely justified due to [[AWizardDidIt supernatural elements]]; after all, it's not as if [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Zombina]] or [[HeadlessHorseman Lala]] could even be "alive" otherwise. One notable example is [[BeeAfraid Kiira]] the [[BeePeople Bee Girl]] who's introduced in Chapter 44, who's depicted with four wings like a dragonfly instead of two wings like a bee or wasp.
21st Jul '16 6:10:10 PM theLibrarian
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** Smith is also completely unwilling to take Miia away from Kimihito and to her ''actual'' host family, and in fact actually ''keeps dumping more girls onto him'', apparently for kicks.
19th Jul '16 5:41:32 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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** In Chapter 20, a dryad Papi found (and then planted) grew into a 50-foot violent behemoth due to absorbing toxic waste. Suu absorbed the same waste and also grew huge, but managed to keep sane. Apparently, her new super-size also grew her brain, because she suggested that the best course of action would be to remove the toxin from the dryad's system. Papi immediately jumps on the dryad's giant breast and attempts to suck the toxin out...through her nipple. She is swatted away, and Kimihito is pressed onto the dryad's breast and commanded to finish the job.
''Awkward'' [[CringeComedy does not even]] ''begin'' to cover it. The worst part? [[spoiler: It actually worked.]]

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** In Chapter 20, a dryad Papi found (and then planted) grew into a 50-foot violent behemoth due to absorbing toxic waste. Suu absorbed the same waste and also grew huge, but managed to keep sane. Apparently, her new super-size also grew her brain, because she suggested that the best course of action would be to remove the toxin from the dryad's system. Papi immediately jumps on the dryad's giant breast and attempts to suck the toxin out...through her nipple. She is swatted away, and Kimihito is pressed onto the dryad's breast and commanded to finish the job. \n ''Awkward'' [[CringeComedy does not even]] ''begin'' to cover it. The worst part? [[spoiler: It actually worked.]]
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