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[[caption-width-right:300:[[UnwantedHarem And this is only the lamia girl...]]]]

''Daily Life With Monster Girl'' is a manga written by {{Pixiv}} artist Takemaru "Okayado" Inui about Kimihito Kurusu and the monster girls he is hosting, a [[SnakePeople lamia]] named Miia, a [[HarpingOnAboutHarpies harpy]] named Papi, a [[OurCentaursAreDifferent centaur]] named Centorea ([[AffectionateNickname a.k.a. Cerea]]), a [[BlobMonster slime]] named Suu, a [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermaid]] named Meron, and an [[SpiderPeople arachne]] named Rachnera. And this group's only getting bigger.

Three years ago, the government [[UnmasquedWorld revealed the existence of monsters to the world]] and began working to integrate the two societies. Just like human cultural exchange programs, some humans have been sent to live with monsters, while some monsters are now living with humans. Due to an error, Miia ended up at Kimihito's house by mistake, but her case worker is too lazy to fix it. Over time, Miia ended up falling for Kimihito, but due to the laws governing the cultural exchange program, if they ever consummate their relationship, she'll be sent back to her own country.

Things get even ''[[UpToEleven more]]'' complicated when the [[UnwantedHarem other girls]] arrive...

This series has a [[http://dailylifewithamonstergirl.wikia.com/wiki/Daily_Life_With_A_Monster_Girl_Wiki wiki]]. Proceed with caution as it contains spoilers.

And there is good news for English-speaking countries; SevenSeasEntertainment has licensed the series under the title ''Monster Musume'' and started releasing it. Several volumes are available already!

This manga is a BleachedUnderpants work based on the author's previous online hentai manga shorts, ''Living with Monster Girl''. '''This page is for the former only.'''

Now has a [[Characters/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl character page]] that is sure to [[NeedsWikiMagicLove need love]] as time goes on.

For Okayado's other works with monster girls, see ''Manga/DeadlineSummonner'' and ''Manga/TwelveBeast''.

!!This manga provides examples of:
* AccidentalMarriage: Centaurs have strict rules about only letting one's "master" ride on their backs. Naturally, Kimihito finds this out right after he spends most of chapter 4 riding Centorea.
* ActionGirl: The special ops, with special mention to Zombina who totes uzis.
* {{Adorkable}}: Meron. Centorea has her moments, too.
* AllMythsAreTrue: All ''monsters'', at the very least.
* 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.
* AudienceParticipation: The author adds in new {{Cute Monster Girl}}s to Kimihito's harem based on the readers' votes.
* AuthorAvatar: In a bonus chapter for chapter 8, the author is portrayed as a hermit crab.
* AuthorAppeal: Guns seem to be one of the author's appeals, given the [[GunPorn exquisite amount of detail with which he draws them]].
** Having the characters wear Metal Gear outfits, as he's twice had Miia dressed as Snake and Rachnee once dressed in The Boss's sneaking suit.
* BadassNormal: Kimihito Kurusu. He's your average human, and he's not afraid of punching or standing up to people both older and bigger than him if you so much as insult a monster girl while he's around.
* BatmanGambit: The threat of "D" was thought up by Doppel in order to make Kimihito closer to one of his girls so he can choose one after hearing Ms. Smith complaining. [[spoiler: [[AvertedTrope Unfortunately the whole thing completely backfires on her.]] [[DidntSeeThatComing Instead of picking a single girl, he got closer to]] ''[[BalancedHarem all of the girls living with him]]'', and may have even captured the affections of her co-workers too.]]
* BeautyEqualsGoodness:
** 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.
** Averted by Rachnera's initial host family. They look like fairly normal, decent people, but they sold her off because she wasn't what they were expecting.
** Also averted by Draco.
* BleachedUnderpants: As noted in the description, most of the well-known Monster Girl works are far more explicit.
* ABloodyMess: In chapter 6, Kimihito was at the fridge when the girls caught up and rammed into him. In the aftermath they saw him lying on the ground with the splattered ketchup thinking it was his blood.
* {{Bifauxnen}} [[spoiler: [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/monster_musume_no_iru_nichijou/c019/16.html Draco]] [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/monster_musume_no_iru_nichijou/c019/31.html turns out to be one]]]]
* {{Bishounen}}: [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/monster_musume_no_iru_nichijou/c019/16.html Draco]] from chapter 19 [[spoiler: Although SHE turns out to be a {{Bifauxnen}}]]
* BoobsOfSteel: Tionishia sports either the biggest set or is runner up to Centorea, and she is the strongest. Being an Ogre / Oni helps as well.
* BreakingSpeech: [[spoiler:Lilith]] tried this on Rachnera pointing out how she is insecure and fearful about humans accepting her and hides in the shadows to avoid being seen. See ShutUpHannibal for the response.
* BrutalHonesty: Rachnera generally does this as she doesn't like sugar-coating things. Such as when she tells Centorea [[spoiler:her sandwiches are not very good because she just put chopped raw vegetables between two pieces bread]].
* BullyingADragon:
** After being offered help by [[spoiler: [[SpiderPeople Rachnera]]]], the Director tells her that she has no right to be high and mighty when he's the one who can make money off of her [[spoiler: webbing, and that she should [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor keep it in one place not all over the building]]. She proceeds to [[AndIMustScream encase him in webbing]].]]
** Later, Rachnera is taunted and tried to be broken by [[spoiler: Lilith]]. See ShutUpHannibal.
* CantHaveSexEver: Not without Miia (and later, Papi) getting kicked out of the country, anyway. Note that [[ShownTheirWork real-life exchange programs]] usually have that policy. [[spoiler:Subverted as of chapter 5, as Kimihito has been made into the guinea pig of a new amendment to the exchange program allowing interspecies marriages, presumably rendering the rule invalid.]]
* ChekhovsGun: When Miia first meets Draco, Draco gives her a can of coffee as a gift. [[spoiler:After Kimihito saves her from Draco, she throws it at Draco to [[ShutUpHannibal shut her up.]]]]
* ClassicalMythology: So far, the only monster girls in Kimihito's place who are not based on Greek myths are Suu and Meron.
* CrashIntoHello:
** How Kimihito first meets Centorea, where they even lampshade it.
** His meeting with Meron also goes something like this. Kimihito plucks her from her runaway wheelchair and ends up smashed between her and a pole during their first encounter.
* CrackDefeat: In chapter 17, Miia and Meron have a swimming race. Meron is expected to have the advantage, being a mermaid, but Miia uses her 8-meter body to simply stretch a long distance, allowing her to cover much of the pool without swimming. In the end, [[spoiler: both of their {{Logical Weakness}}es come into effect (to clarify, the heated pool isn't warm enough to keep Miia going and the chlorinated water poisons Meron), and Cerea wins despite not being shown for the entire race. Doubles as a BrickJoke, as Cerea actually ''does'' mention that she's going to participate in an earlier panel, but she's ignored despite her protests.]]
* CrapsaccharineWorld: The first chapter lays out a pretty optimistic view of the world, but also lays out subtle indications that things are not quite as happy as they seem. The exchange program's been a "huge success", ''various'' extraspecies have been able to integrate well with human society, and it didn't really change the world much. However, the exchange laws are noted to be full of loopholes:
** While either humans or extraspecies harming each other would punish one side or the other, this simply leads to people from both sides to abuse the law to their own advantages while also being protected because they haven't ''technically'' harmed someone, and the legally permitted penalties are so absurdly negligible that the [[spoiler:orc leader]] points out that all [[spoiler:he'd]] get for what amounts to a [[spoiler:terrorist attack]] is [[spoiler:''community service''.]]
** If an extraspecies is found away from their host, ''they'' are the one in violation of the laws, even if the reason for it is something like being sold off to someone else, with no mention of any penalties to the host for the separation.
** Young monster girls are also in danger of being kidnapped by humans, likely to be sold into any number of horrifying scenarios. The ones rescued in Chapter 20 are ''children''.
** While extraspecies along the lines of cat girls have integrated well, to the point of being celebrities in some cases, the "various" successes do not apparently include the more monstrous variants, such as most of the girls living with Kimihito. Racism toward them is shown repeatedly throughout the series.
** It's noted that most places are not built with non-humanoids in mind. Chapter 15 implies that Kimihito's home is one of the only places that is.
*** Justified because the other species were unknown to most of humanity. In chapter 17 it was shown that attempts at integration are being made. Not a road without speed-bumps, though, since there are lots of different species, each one with different needs. The equipment in the gym that was set up for extra-species for example was full of human equipment unsuitable for those without normal human legs.
* CuteMonsterGirl: It's in the name, folks.
* DatePeepers: Chapter 18 has the girls tail Kimihito and Ms. Smith, spying on their date together. [[spoiler: Turns out it's a cover to flush out an assassin out for Kimihito's life should he marry a monster girl.]]
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: When [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Suu and Papi cosplay as Utsuho]], with Suu controlling the hands and feet, the others attempt to call them. Suu ends up fumbling with the phone and drops between her breasts, along with all of this happening in public. The phone goes ''all the way down'' and then they attempt to call her again. With the phone on vibrate. [[MaleGaze The people watching from afar would have their noses bleeding by this point]].[[note]]If you read this like a {{doujinshi}}, then you're right on track, since it is common for the series.[[/note]]
* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: If any of the girls raped Kimihito, ''he'd'' be the one sent to jail while the offending girl would only be deported! And considering how much stronger they are than him (and how horny they can get), it's really impressive that he's managed to fend them off as long as he has! [[spoiler: Admittedly, he is eventually selected as a test case for interspecies marriage, meaning that if it does happen, neither of them will be punished, but that would be poor consolation to a rape victim.]]
* {{Ecchi}}: There is topless nudity and lots of {{fanservice}}, but nothing more racy than that.
** It honestly depends. Even compared to the bold previous chapters, chapter 20 is unbelievably raunchy until you see it for yourself. [[UpToEleven And then there's chapter 21...]]
* EroticEating: [[HarpingOnAboutHarpies Papi]] can't hold a popsicle on her own without the risk of dropping it, so she ask Kimihito to do it for her. Passersby conclude that [[AccidentalPervert he's a pervert who is doing it on purpose]].
* FantasticRacism: Towards the monster girls. And if they retaliate, they get kicked out of the country. Though in fairness, it goes both ways.
* FishOutOfWater: The world (extra-species and humans) is experiencing this thanks to the fantastic CultureClash. It is particularly harder for non-humanoid species in human cities (justified because humans have never experienced having centaurs, mermaids and arachnes as fellow citizens, so the cities aren't adapted (yet) to them).
* {{Foreshadowing}}: The author's note in Chapter 8 regarding Suu's appearance says that some of the other most requested monster-girls were a spider girl, a mermaid, a plant girl, and a dragon girl. All of which end up appearing later in the manga.
* FullBoarAction: A wild boar appears out of nowhere in Chapter 21.
* GagBoobs: Miia and Centorea. Gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] where both call each other on their bust size.
* GenreSavvy: The CrashIntoHello above? Centorea believes all stories in Japan have their true love met this way, particularly if they are eating a piece of toast. This is a common staple in anime.
* GratuitousEnglish: The English subtitle below the series' kanji says ''"Everyday that there is a monster girls."''
* [[HaremGenre Harem]]: By chapter 4 there is a Lamia, a harpy, and a centaur, all living with one guy. It's [[LampshadeHanging explicitly referenced]] in chapter 6 by one of the girls. Chapter 8 adds a [[spoiler: Slime girl]] [[AudienceParticipation by popular demand]], and chapter 10 adds a [[spoiler:Mermaid]] using the same method. Chapter 15 also adds an [[spoiler:Arachne]]. As of Chapter 22, [[spoiler: MON may well be on the way to joining them.]]
* HarpingOnAboutHarpies: Papi
* HeadbuttThermometer: Centorea demonstrates this to Suu, who then performs this on Kimihito. It doesn't quite work as well as Centorea intended, mostly because Suu almost drowns Kimihito and just repeats what Centorea said--that is, ''her'' body temperature.
* HeadlessHorseman: A female Dullahan shows up, minus her steed.
* HornyDevils: Chapter 21 introduces Lilith. She has a young-looking body like Papi, can hypnotize people, and really enjoys watching sexual acts.
* HurricaneOfPuns: The first volume of the English manga has ''so many'' animal puns. While present in the second volume as well the amount of puns seem to have been drastically reduced.
* HypocriticalHumor: In Chapter 19, Miia is indignant when Mero introduces her to a sea snake, believing she's doing so just because Miia's a snake. This despite Miia making fun of the other girls by comparing them to sea animals.
* ImmodestOrgasm: And before you're even ''ten pages'' into the story, too.
* InSeriesNickname: Kimihito is rarely called his real name, as each of the girls have their own [[AffectionateNickName nickname]] for him.
* IntimateHealing: In Chapter 13, many of the ladies' suggestions to help Kimihito get over his cold tend to degrade towards this. In the end, what actually works is another example: [[spoiler:Suu gives him filtered water out of her body, by ''breastfeeding him''.]]
* ImTakingHerHomeWithMe: In chapter 19, [[GentleGiant Tionishia]] mistook "touching the dolphin" with "abducting it from the pool".
* [[KnightOfCerebus Knights Of Cerebus]]:
** The Orcs seem to be this in chapter 11, despite being quite a bit sillier than most examples, but that chapter turns out to be an OutOfGenreExperience.
** [[SpiderPeople Rachnera]] served as a slightly straighter example. Not only is she more monstrous than most of the other girls, she quickly and easily [[spoiler:ties up the [[VillainOfTheWeek chapter's antagonist]] in a single panel. And her backstory, revealed in the next chapter, depicts a darker side to the exchange program: her host family illegally sold her to the director simply because they were expecting a more humanoid extraspecies, such as the cat girls that the media tends to focus on. However, looks were decieving: Rachnee's far from evil, more bitter than anything, and she ends that very chapter with joining the group.]]
** [[spoiler: The straightest example we've gotten thus far is the [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragonewt, Draco.]] Not only is she a fearsome sight, but she has the sheer, high-octane crazy to back it up, kidnapping and almost ''[[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil raping Miia]]''. Unlike Rachnera, she has no FreudianExcuse for her actions, and unlike the orcs she's competent and played deadly serious.]]
** [[spoiler: And another has come along. The Dullahan, makes her first appearance [[CliffHanger grabbing Kimihito by the notch in her scythe]].]]
* LittleBitBeastly: All the girls shown during the 1st chapter, where the newsreporter states that the program was a "huge success" and that the world hasn't changed much from it. It explains quite a lot about what happens to our poor protagonists, who don't fit into this category in the slightest.
** We actually get to meet an extraspecies girl who fits this category for the very first time in chapter 17: a Kobold (dog-girl), and a rather [[GenkiGirl genki]] one at that.
* LoopholeAbuse: The Interspecies Protection Act has a few, namely, the "Humans can't attack monsters" and vice-versa law, which can be exploited by criminal monsters.
** This particular abuse caused some, currently unknown, [[ObviousRulePatch changes to the Extraspecies Exchange Laws.]]
** In Chapter 14, [[spoiler:a director tried to use the loophole to get away with taking uncensored film recordings, Miia's shed skin, and Papi's egg to sell for money. [[SpannerInTheWorks Good thing]] Suu and Kimihito were there.]]
** In Chapter 16, a man tries to use the 'monsters can't harm humans' rule for[[spoiler:...[[AttemptedRape VERY bad reasons.]] Unluckily for that guy (and luckily for everyone else), [[BullyingADragon Rachnera doesn't give a shit.]] ]]
* {{Lunacy}}: The full moon apparently awakens a monster girl's more primal instincts. And wouldn't you know it, it comes the night [[spoiler: Ms. Smith introduces the inter-species marriage addendum.]] Poor Kimihito spends the whole night [[spoiler: trying to avoid some unwanted monster sex.]]
* MarshmallowHell: Kimihito is often put into this by Miia and Centorea.
** Tionishia [[StatuesqueStunner gets]] [[BoobsOfSteel in]] on the act in Chapter 22.
* MermaidProblem: [[AvertedTrope Not an issue]] for any of the girls, but referenced by some hecklers.
* [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monster Girl of the Week]]: The series takes this formula after chapter 18. In order, we've had a [[DraconicHumanoid dragonewt]], a [[PlantPerson dryad]], a [[OurDemonsAreDifferent devil]], [[spoiler: and a [[WalkingSpoiler dullahan]]]]. Notice a theme? You shouldó [[spoiler: the first three are {{Red Herring}}s for an anonymous assassin going by "D," and while "D" was initially determined as a fake in Chapter 22, a SECOND letter comes in, from an actual [[{{Yandere}} threat.]]]]
* [[MarsNeedsWomen Monster World Needs Men]]: Like you wouldn't believe. It's somehow justified since several species actually need men to reproduce, but then it begs people to ask how this is [[ArtisticLicenseBiology even possible]] [[FridgeLogic or how they survived until now]]. Were males recruited in secret (voluntarily or not)? Were there secret, isolated communities where humans and monster girls coexisted before the Extraspecies Exchange Program? We may never know for sure.
* MoodWhiplash: The introduction of the [[PigMan Orcs]] has a good amount of this. First they enter the store, armed with [=AKs=], and take the workers as hostages. Then they make their demands which are... to get [=OrcXElf=]/Princess/Royalty/Slave/everything pornography. Hm. Maybe these guys are not so threatenWTF?! Did one of them just unload their bullets into the stomach of a police officer while taking another hostage as a rape victim?! [[spoiler: [[OurZombiesAreDifferent The officer]] and the [[{{Doppelganger}} "rape-victim"]] are actually part of [[AmazonBrigade MON]], make it out easily, and end the threat, but still, that was one hell of a mood change.]]
** In Chapter 18, the monster girls believe Kimihito is cheating on them with Ms. Smith. Hijinks ensue as they follow their "date" until they learn the real reason for it: [[spoiler: Kimihito received an anonymous death threat and they're trying to flush out the perpetrator.]]
** Chapter 22 has the reveal that "D" was [[spoiler:Doppel all along.]] The group laughs it off as a well-intentioned plan gone horribly awry. [[spoiler:Then a second letter from a REAL threat comes along, and everyone assumes it's just Doppel again.]] The real clincher is [[spoiler:a Dullahan hooking Kimihito by the neck with her scythe.]]
* NeckSnap: Kimihito is on the receiving end of this courtesy of Miia during the shedding scene. [[MadeOfIron He's better in the next scene, of course.]]
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Suu suddenly shows off a whole raft of new imitation-based powers in Chapter 13, including shapeshifting into a fairly convincing duplicate of another person.
** In Chapter 18, Suu [[spoiler: imitates clothing and limbs to disguise the other monster girls as humans.]]
** In the same chapter, Rachnera reveals that she can use her thread like a cup telephone.
** And now in chapter 20 Suu's turned into a {{Kaiju}} and apparently doing so makes her smarter, though she had to fall into a pile of experimental fertilizer first so it may be a one-off event.
* NoCartoonFish: In Chapter 19, the various sea life seen in the aquarium are drawn in a very realistic art style compared to the rest of the manga.
* [[NotUsingTheZWord Not Using the M Word]]: "Liminals" is the more politically correct term for Monsters in the English manga. Admittedly calling them ''Monsters'' can have very negative connotations for such a racially fragile situation.
* OlderThanTheyLook: Miia seems rather calm at the prospect of Papi and Kimihito bathing together. Reason?
--> '''Miia:''' "I can be calm and mature because I'm a woman and she's a child."\\
'''Ms Smith:''' "She's actually your age."\\
'''Miia:''' [[ClingyJealousGirl (breaks down door to bathroom)]]
** Harpies tend to look like young teenagers even when fully grown [[JustifiedTrope for the sake of flight.]]
* OneGenderRace: Lamiae and harpies are both all-female races.
* OurCentaursAreDifferent: The centaurs of this world are more like English knights of a royal court instead of a barbarian horde. Centorea even has a full body suit of armor. They also have horse ears instead of human ears.
* OutOfGenreExperience: Chapter 11 puts the harem comedy on hold for a terrorist hostage rescue. A ''silly'' terrorist hostage rescue.
* OutWithABang: The same [[spoiler: moon that puts the girls into a mating frenzy]] also causes them to forget their inhuman strength and cease holding back. Kimihito, his willpower wavering, suddenly realizes ''exactly'' what that means for him if he gives in.
* ParentalAbandonment: Kurusu reveals in chapter 16 that he lives with his parents (who are currently abroad).
* PayEvilUntoEvil: So you think you're safe from doing wrong to monster girls just because of an exploitable protection law? Kimihito and Rachnera would like to prove you otherwise.
* PervertRevengeMode: Zigzagged. Sometimes the girls play it straight to actually being amused in response to Kimihito's AccidentalPervert moments, such as accidentally walking in on Centorea in the shower. The next scene has him apologizing to her, sporting a nasty hoof-shaped black eye. Astonishingly for a scene like this, Centorea is ALSO apologizing: she never told him she takes a shower after her daily exercise.
* PsychoLesbian: [[spoiler: Draco towards Miia]]
* [[PunyEarthlings Puny Species]]: Draco belives that the Dragonewts are superior to everything else on the planet and thus kings of not only reptiles, but all species.
* RealityEnsues: Centorea running around with a fake sword, which would be very dangerous if it were real.
* RecycledScript: Chapter 16 is basically a rehashing of chapter 12. Except Centorea is the jealous one instead of Miia.
* ShoutOut:
** In the second chapter, Kimihito and Miia (who's a lamia, don't forget) take shelter in a love hotel called 'Hotel Loveless'. [[SuperRobotWars A lamia. Loveless.]] [[DontExplainTheJoke Get it?]]
** Miia cosplays as [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater FOX-era Big Boss]], with an EyepatchOfPower and all, in Chapter 10. Doubles as a StealthPun considering the ecchi nature of the series and the fact that Big Boss' old codename was ''Naked Snake''.
*** Miia also considers wearing a box as a disguise in Chapter 18, [[http://a.mpcdn.net/manga/p/19150/455447/5.jpg complete with a fantasy of sneaking around an armed guard.]] Later, she actually has Suu turn into the box and even uses a codec. Rachnera even gets in on the act and wears [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater The Boss' costume]].
** Due to the internal conflict of the other girls' personalities she's mimicking, Suu channels [[VideoGame/DeadSpace2 Nicole Brennan]] at one point during chapter 13 while taking care of Kimihito. It's terrifying.
** The sword Cerea wields during chapter 16 is an [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings Anduril]] replica.
** In chapter 18, an extended shout out to VideoGame/{{Touhou}}, with Reimu, Marisa, Kasen, Yuugi, Ran, Utsuho, a mini-Sin Sack, and [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers Suu and Papi as another Utsuho]]. As expected, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny things get funny really quickly]] and turn into [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything doujin-lite]]. Also note that this series is the practical example of an overload of {{Cute Monster Girl}}s so this also comes as a DoingItForTheArt.
* ShutUpHannibal: Rachnera's response to the second breaking speech? [[spoiler:Tie Lilith up and dominate her into a weak sub]].
* SickEpisode: Kimihito spends most of Chapter 13 sick in bed, with Suu taking care of him.
* SleeperHit: [[http://www.nytimes.com/best-sellers-books/2013-11-03/manga/list.html Tops the N.Y. Times best sellers list]], in its first week.
* SnakePeople: Miia.
* StalkerWithACrush: Draco towards Miia, [[spoiler: and [[{{Yandere}} "D"]] toward Kimihito.]]
* SuperWindowJump: Happens regularly. Luckily, the windows are made of SoftGlass.
* ThemeNaming: So far, each of the {{Cute Monster Girl}}s in Kimihito's harem has her name derived from her species name -- Miia[[note]]romaji: ''Miia''[[/note]] from ''La'''''''mia''''', Papi from ''harpy''[[note]]"Harpy" is ''haapii'' (ハーピー) in Japanese romaji, and adding a dakuten to ハ (ha) makes it パ (pa).[[/note]], '''Centor'''ea from ''Centaur'', Suu from ''Slime''[[note]]romaji: '''''su'''raimu''[[/note]], Meron from ''Mermaid''[[note]]Her last name, Lorelei, also refers to a famous siren from German folklore[[/note]], and Rachnera from Arachne.
** It isn't limited to the main cast either, see also; Zombina the [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombie]], Doppel the {{doppelganger}} and Draco the [[DraconicHumanoid dragonewt]].
* ThoseTwoGuys: The racist couple. For some strange reason they have a tendency to be at the same place as Kimihito and the girls who live with him at certain occasions. And yes, [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain they do constantly spew racist insults at the girls]] and [[{{Jerkass}} act like dicks around pretty much anybody they come across, humans or not]]. And yes: they do have a tendency to get their [[LaserGuidedKarma just desserts]] in the end.
* TrashOfTheTitans: Ms. Smith's apartment is filled with trash bags and stacks of stuff when seen in chapter 4.
* TheUnmasquedWorld: By the time the story begins, the existence of monster girls have been already been outed to the public at large for sometime. However there are still some monster types humans are unaware of. Slimes ''[[BrokenMasquerade were]]'' one of them.
* WhamEpisode: Chapter 22, [[spoiler:wherein a Dullahan sneaks up behind Kimihito and apparently ''chops his head off''. Closer inspection of the panel right before DOES reveal a notch in the scythe's blade, though. She just hooked him with it, but still...]]
** WhamLine
--> [[spoiler:'''Doppel''': I didn't write a second letter.]]