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Life of Maid (Maid-san No Hibi) is a TouhouSlice of Life4koma series from a doujinshi artist by the name of colonel_aki. This series stars the cast of the Scarlet Devil Mansion and their friends in the Magical Land of Gensokyo. For the most part, "speech" is expressed through images (while many strips are completely silent), with only a few background signs, and the humor is character, rather than pun-based, making the series "translate" well.Can be accessed here (Danbooru), here (pixiv, Japanese), or here (artist's personal blog, Thai). Note that Danbooru links, as always, are NSFW due to ads.
The daily lives of the Scarlet Devil Mansion residence features examples of:
Ass Shove: When Patchy gets sick in strip #15, Eirin prescribes a spring onion up the rear as treatment (a real folk remedy that people used to do in Japan). Patchy doesn't take it well.
Bait and Switch: One strip has Sakuya going back to the SDM at night, going through a dimly lit back alley, a shadowy figure creeps closer and Sakuya looks back with an creepy anxious face...and it turns out to be just Kogasa trying to surprise Sakuya.
Lethal Chef: Flandre in terms of making chocolate. Sakuya offers to help on Valentine's Day 2013, but ends up being shocked by her appalling cooking skills — and more so when the chocolate actually turns out decent that time!
Love Triangle: Alice, Patchy and Marisa. Which promptly gets subverted when Marisa picks Reimu instead.
Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Nitori creates a robotic clone of Marisa to fool around with Patchy's emotions, which works very well. However, Tewi, befitting her troublesome nature, steals the control device in a fit of mischief. In fighting for the controls they cause Robo-Marisa to flail wildly and eventually break its head off, much to Patchy's and Alice's horror. Tewi (and Suwako who was also involved), of course, runs away before Patchy and Alice find out who caused this whole mess.
Sakuya's breast envy, and her handy uses for time stopping. And also Sakuya getting caught up on things to the point she forgets about everything else. Including feeding the rest of the SDM inhabitants.
Meiling's crazy driving, her sleeping, and her being the recipient of Sakuya's most frequent wrath.
Yuyuko's habit of cleaning out every food shop Rinnosuke owns and eating anything that even remotely looks like food.
Rinnosuke running a random shop that pops up in a give strip. Lampshaded by Sakuya at a few points.
Patchy's crush on Marisa, her endless quest for a DS only for a tragedy to befall said DS, her yaoi, and her hikikomori lifestyle in general.
Reimu's ever-empty donation box and her competition with the Moriya Shrine.
Marisa's habit of stealing things.
Keine's portable moon and her CAVING tendencies.
Mokou playing with old school toys and games. Mostly because Keine can't afford to give her as much as Kaguya and Patchy are able to.
Sexy Santa Dress: The third Christmas Special features, Reimu, Sakuya, Yukari and Eirin each wearing one when they team up to deliver the year's Christmas presents to the Gensokyo residents. Reimu and Sakuya's are at least warmer looking than Eirin and Yukari's though.
Shout-Out: Arguably up to par with Lucky Star as this has shout-outs and references to various anime and video games.
As mentioned above, the arcade in Gensokyo has Gensokyou Fighter IV, with the Touhou counterparts of the Street Fighter characters no less. There's Reimu as Ryu (as seen on the cabinet), Meimei (Meiling) as Chun-li, Pachii (Patchouli) as Cammy White, and Blaka (Cirno) as Blanka. The odd one out is the Sakuya version of Oswald.
Rinnosuke's food-based jobs always result in him getting put out of business by Yuyuko. He at least made an attempt to resist the first time. Yuyuko then proceeded to break out her fan from Perfect Cherry Blossom...