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* {{Filler}}: Chapter 38 is a non-canon story about the cast gathering for Kawaguchi's birthday. Someone even points out the obvious PlotHole of Morishita being present for the party despite her having moved to Tokyo by that point, and she just laughs it off by breaking the fourth wall and saying it doesn't matter since this chapter isn't related to the overall story anyway.

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* IdenticalStranger: Nomura looks a lot like Morishita.


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* ReplacementGoldfish: When it becomes clear that Yoshinaga is not going to give up on Morishita, Kawaguchi tries to trick her into falling for Nomura, who greatly resembles Morishita.


* {{Tsundere}}: DiscussedTrope, [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/manga_no_tsukurikata/c022/7.html Kawaguchi acts it and gets called on it]]

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* {{Tsundere}}: DiscussedTrope, [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/manga_no_tsukurikata/c022/7.html Kawaguchi acts it and gets called on it]]it.


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''MangaNoTsukurikata'' (''How to Make a Manga'') is an on-going {{manga}} [[MostWritersAreWriters about]] {{mangaka}}s [[MostWritersAreWriters by Auri Hirao]]. It is also about GirlsLove, although it's mostly hidden in {{subtext}}: Kawaguchi and Morishita don't kiss or openly announce their relationship, and the former is still reluctant to acknowledge her feelings, but she doesn't deny it either, and there's a plenty of hugging and tender touches. The drawing style is rough (maybe, deliberately so) but slightly more realistic than the usual {{Moe}} style, probably to emphasize the {{realism}} of the story. If you are searching for FanService and comedy, you may [[MoveAlongNothingToSeeHere move along]] now, but in case you look for an evenly paced, laid-back yuri romance, ''MangaNoTsukurikata'' is the right choice. Also, take a look if you are a fan of Hiyori from ''LuckyStar''.

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''MangaNoTsukurikata'' ''Manga no Tsukurikata'' (''How to Make a Manga'') is an on-going {{manga}} [[MostWritersAreWriters about]] {{mangaka}}s [[MostWritersAreWriters by Auri Hirao]]. It is also about GirlsLove, although it's mostly hidden in {{subtext}}: Kawaguchi and Morishita don't kiss or openly announce their relationship, and the former is still reluctant to acknowledge her feelings, but she doesn't deny it either, and there's a plenty of hugging and tender touches. The drawing style is rough (maybe, deliberately so) but slightly more realistic than the usual {{Moe}} style, probably to emphasize the {{realism}} of the story. If you are searching for FanService and comedy, you may [[MoveAlongNothingToSeeHere move along]] now, but in case you look for an evenly paced, laid-back yuri romance, ''MangaNoTsukurikata'' ''Manga no Tsukurikata'' is the right choice. Also, take a look if you are a fan of Hiyori from ''LuckyStar''.''Manga/LuckyStar''.



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''MangaNoTsukurikata'' (''How to Make a Manga'') is an on-going {{manga}} [[MostWritersAreWriters about]] {{mangaka}}s [[MostWritersAreWriters by Auri Hirao]]. It is also about GirlsLove, although it's mostly hidden in {{subtext}}: Kawaguchi and Morishita don't kiss or openly announce their relationship, and the former is still reluctant to acknowledge her feelings, but she doesn't deny it either, and there's a plenty of hugging and tender touches. The drawing style is rough (maybe, deliberately so) but slightly more realistic than the usual MoeMoe style, probably to emphasize the {{realism}} of the story. If you are searching for FanService and comedy, you may [[MoveAlongNothingToSeeHere move along]] now, but in case you look for an evenly paced, laid-back yuri romance, ''MangaNoTsukurikata'' is the right choice. Also, take a look if you are a fan of Hiyori from ''LuckyStar''.

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''MangaNoTsukurikata'' (''How to Make a Manga'') is an on-going {{manga}} [[MostWritersAreWriters about]] {{mangaka}}s [[MostWritersAreWriters by Auri Hirao]]. It is also about GirlsLove, although it's mostly hidden in {{subtext}}: Kawaguchi and Morishita don't kiss or openly announce their relationship, and the former is still reluctant to acknowledge her feelings, but she doesn't deny it either, and there's a plenty of hugging and tender touches. The drawing style is rough (maybe, deliberately so) but slightly more realistic than the usual MoeMoe {{Moe}} style, probably to emphasize the {{realism}} of the story. If you are searching for FanService and comedy, you may [[MoveAlongNothingToSeeHere move along]] now, but in case you look for an evenly paced, laid-back yuri romance, ''MangaNoTsukurikata'' is the right choice. Also, take a look if you are a fan of Hiyori from ''LuckyStar''.


''MangaNoTsukurikata'' (''How to Make a Manga'') is an on-going {{manga}} about {{mangaka}}s by Auri Hirao. It is also about GirlsLove, although it's mostly hidden in {{subtext}}: Kawaguchi and Morishita don't kiss or openly announce their relationship, and the former is still reluctant to acknowledge her feelings, but she doesn't deny it either, and there's a plenty of hugging and tender touches. The drawing style is rough (maybe, deliberately so) but slightly more realistic than the usual MoeMoe style, probably to emphasize the {{realism}} of the story. If you are searching for FanService and comedy, you may [[MoveAlongNothingToSeeHere move along]] now, but in case you look for an evenly paced, laid-back yuri romance, ''MangaNoTsukurikata'' is the right choice. Also, take a look if you are a fan of Hiyori from ''LuckyStar''.

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''MangaNoTsukurikata'' (''How to Make a Manga'') is an on-going {{manga}} about [[MostWritersAreWriters about]] {{mangaka}}s [[MostWritersAreWriters by Auri Hirao.Hirao]]. It is also about GirlsLove, although it's mostly hidden in {{subtext}}: Kawaguchi and Morishita don't kiss or openly announce their relationship, and the former is still reluctant to acknowledge her feelings, but she doesn't deny it either, and there's a plenty of hugging and tender touches. The drawing style is rough (maybe, deliberately so) but slightly more realistic than the usual MoeMoe style, probably to emphasize the {{realism}} of the story. If you are searching for FanService and comedy, you may [[MoveAlongNothingToSeeHere move along]] now, but in case you look for an evenly paced, laid-back yuri romance, ''MangaNoTsukurikata'' is the right choice. Also, take a look if you are a fan of Hiyori from ''LuckyStar''.


* {{Subtext}}: The primary medium that contains yuri in this manga. Fortunately, there's enough of subtext here to send any YuriFanboy/[[YuriFangirl Fangirl]] into uncontrollable {{Squee}}.

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* {{Subtext}}: The primary medium that contains yuri in this manga. Fortunately, there's enough of subtext here to send any YuriFanboy/[[YuriFangirl Fangirl]] YuriFan into uncontrollable {{Squee}}.


* TallDarkAndBishoujo: Subverted or even deconstructed with Kawaguchi, who meets all appearance requirements (including a blond kohai girlfriend) but utterly misses the personality archetype, being a disgruntled, unmotivated slacker.

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