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** Fortunately, Teru is aware of Kurosaki's Tsundere tendencies, and she seems to deeply enjoy using it against him. Most prominently in chapter 41, which doubled as a SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} and a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}, all at the same time.

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** Fortunately, Teru is aware of Kurosaki's Tsundere tendencies, and she seems to deeply enjoy using it against him. Most prominently in chapter 41, which doubled as a SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} and a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}, all at the same time.41.


** Fortunately, Teru is aware of Kurosaki's Tsundere tendencies, and she seems to deeply enjoy using it against him. Most prominently in chapter 41, which doubled as a [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Crowning Moment Of Funny]] and a [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Crowning Moment Of Heartwarming]], all at the same time.

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** Fortunately, Teru is aware of Kurosaki's Tsundere tendencies, and she seems to deeply enjoy using it against him. Most prominently in chapter 41, which doubled as a [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Crowning Moment Of Funny]] SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} and a [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Crowning Moment Of Heartwarming]], SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}}, all at the same time.


Ever since her older brother died, [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent Teru]] [[GenkiGirl Kurebayashi]] has been watched over by the mysterious [[MysteriousProtector Daisy]], whom her brother said would look after her in his absence. Though they communicate only through e-mail on her phone, his gentle, encouraging words have been a great source of comfort to her. Her life becomes slightly more complicated when, after accidentally breaking a window at her upscale school, she is made into a slave by the [[AlmightyJanitor school janitor]] Tasuku Kurosaki, a [[JerkAss rude]], [[DomesticAbuse sadistic]], [[{{Hentai}} minorly perverted]] {{lolicon}} who has no qualms about lounging around while she does all the work. He's totally unlike her beloved Daisy; but little does she know that the two are, in fact, the same person.

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Ever since her older brother died, [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent Teru]] [[GenkiGirl Kurebayashi]] has been watched over by the mysterious [[MysteriousProtector Daisy]], whom her brother said would look after her in his absence. Though they communicate only through e-mail on her phone, his gentle, encouraging words have been a great source of comfort to her. Her life becomes slightly more complicated when, after accidentally breaking a window at her upscale school, she is made into a slave by the [[AlmightyJanitor school janitor]] Tasuku Kurosaki, a [[JerkAss rude]], [[DomesticAbuse sadistic]], [[{{Hentai}} minorly perverted]] {{lolicon}} ComedicLolicon who has no qualms about lounging around while she does all the work. He's totally unlike her beloved Daisy; but little does she know that the two are, in fact, the same person.



* ComedicLolicon: Kurosaki is jokingly referred to several times as such by several of his acquaintances. However, he can only really be defined as one under the least pedantic definition of the term.



* {{Lolicon}}: Kurosaki is jokingly referred to several times as such by several of his acquaintances. However, he can only really be defined as one under the least pedantic definition of the term.



* ShipperOnDeck: Teru's brother shipped her with Kurosaki, which is saying something considering this is [[BigBrotherInstinct Souichirou]]. In a flashback in Chapter 38, Riko suggests for Kurosaki to ask out Souichirou's little sister, who Kurosaki has never met yet, but Kurosaki is against it, as he claims he's not a {{lolicon}} and that the girl is probably an A-cup.

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* ShipperOnDeck: Teru's brother shipped her with Kurosaki, which is saying something considering this is [[BigBrotherInstinct Souichirou]]. In a flashback in Chapter 38, Riko suggests for Kurosaki to ask out Souichirou's little sister, who Kurosaki has never met yet, but Kurosaki is against it, as he claims he's not a {{lolicon}} ComedicLolicon and that the girl is probably an A-cup.


* {{Badass}}: Kurosaki.


** Kurosaki constantly threatens ''anyone'' who hurts Teru, girl or boy. He also makes true to his word by [[spoiler: choking Mori and stealing her clothes after she stopped the Ferris wheel Teru and Akira]].
** [[spoiler:Kiyoshi hits Teru to snap her out of her depression over Kurosaki disappearing.]]

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** Kurosaki constantly threatens ''anyone'' who hurts Teru, girl or boy. He also makes true to his word by [[spoiler: choking Mori and stealing her clothes after she stopped the Ferris wheel Teru and Akira]].
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** [[spoiler:Kiyoshi hits Teru [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan to snap her out of her depression over Kurosaki disappearing.]]Kurosaki's disappearance.]]]]


* PlayingWithATrope: Kyousuke Motomi ''loves'' to do this, as seen in ''Manga/DengekiDaisy'', ''Manga/BeastMaster'', and her other works. Lots of {{shoujo}} tropes are turned on their heads here; for example, a FlowerMotif is expected for a series called "daisy," though just as often as it's played straight, you can turn the page and discover the cascade of flowers was actually debris from Teru trimming the trees in the garden. Also, the more romantic a moment is becoming, the more likely you will turn the page and see them ripping out each others' hair, pinching the other's nose, etc. BelligerentSexualTension at its finest.



* WouldHitAGirl: Kurosaki constantly threatens ''anyone'' who hurts Teru, girl or boy. He also makes true to his word by [[spoiler: choking Mori and stealing her clothes after she stopped the Ferris wheel Teru and Akira]].

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* WouldHitAGirl: WouldHitAGirl:
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Kurosaki constantly threatens ''anyone'' who hurts Teru, girl or boy. He also makes true to his word by [[spoiler: choking Mori and stealing her clothes after she stopped the Ferris wheel Teru and Akira]].

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* TheProfessor: Professor Midorikawa, [[spoiler: responsible for 'M's Testament']] Not part of the current team, but plays the professor role in several character's backstories.

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*HeadbuttThermometer: Kurosaki loves to fluster Teru this way.


* FerrisWheelDateMoment: Kurosaki and Teru attempt to have one in Chapter 33 but [[spoiler: that goes horribly wrong. Then in Chapter 68 they finally have a real date on the Ferris Wheel and Kurosaki confesses his love for Teru]]

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* FerrisWheelDateMoment: Kurosaki and Teru attempt to have one in Chapter 33 but [[spoiler: that goes horribly wrong. ]] Then in Chapter 68 they [[spoiler:they finally have a real date on the Ferris Wheel and Kurosaki confesses his love for Teru]]

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* FerrisWheelDateMoment: Kurosaki and Teru attempt to have one in Chapter 33 but [[spoiler: that goes horribly wrong. Then in Chapter 68 they finally have a real date on the Ferris Wheel and Kurosaki confesses his love for Teru]]

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* ClearTheirName: [[spoiler: Kurosaki's reason for becoming a hacker was to prove to himself (and everyone else) that his father was not really a traitor.]]

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* EatingTheEyeCandy: Teru steals glances at Kurosaki when he is walking around shirtless after a shower. Of course, when he tells her that if she wants to look then just ''look'' she denies it.


A shoujo manga by Kyousuke Toriumi (an alias, the author is a female) that was published from May 2007 to October 2013, with a total of16 volumes released. The series is also licensed by [[Creator/VizMedia Viz]] and 10 volumes are out in America.

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A shoujo manga by Kyousuke Toriumi (an alias, the author is a female) that was published from May 2007 to October 2013, with a total of16 of 16 volumes released. The series is also licensed by [[Creator/VizMedia Viz]] and 10 14 volumes are out in America.


* RedemptionDemotion: Takeda undergoes a n oddly played-with version of this trope. While he retains his competence in serious scenes, and even gets ''more'' competent, outside of those few situations, he's pretty much become the casts' ButtMonkey.



* SweetTooth: Takeda admits to be one in chapter 12.

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* SweetTooth: Takeda admits to be having one in chapter 12.


A shoujo manga by Kyousuke Toriumi (an alias, the artist is a female) .There are currently 14 volumes published in Japan. The series is also licensed by [[Creator/VizMedia Viz]] and 10 volumes are out in America.

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A shoujo manga by Kyousuke Toriumi (an alias, the artist author is a female) .There are currently 14 volumes female) that was published in Japan.from May 2007 to October 2013, with a total of16 volumes released. The series is also licensed by [[Creator/VizMedia Viz]] and 10 volumes are out in America.

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