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* SternTeacher: Given the school [[spoiler:s]]he teaches in, it's no surprise Gouri-sensei is strict. Yet, even as [[spoiler:s]]he openly calls [[spoiler:her]] students morons, [[spoiler:s]]he acknowledges that there are serious students among them and when Torako comes to [[spoiler:her]] for help with making friends, [[spoiler:s]]he tries to help by suggesting she join a club. When Torako's LethalKlutz tendencies turn that into a massive failure, Gouri makes the Pet Raising club take her on threat of disbandment. That said, [[spoiler:s]]he is accused, not entirely inaccurately, of foisting Torako on someone else after the failures before.

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* SternTeacher: Given the school [[spoiler:s]]he teaches in, involved is full of delinquents, it's no surprise Gouri-sensei is strict. Yet, even as [[spoiler:s]]he classes consist of openly calls [[spoiler:her]] calling students morons, [[spoiler:s]]he Gouri-sensei acknowledges that there are serious students among them and when Torako comes to [[spoiler:her]] for help with making friends, [[spoiler:s]]he her teacher tries to help by suggesting she join a club. When Torako's LethalKlutz tendencies turn that into a massive failure, Gouri makes the Pet Raising club take her on threat of disbandment. That said, [[spoiler:s]]he is accused, the Pet Raising Club makes the not entirely inaccurately, inaccurate accusation of foisting Torako on someone else after the failures before.


* [[spoiler:SamusIsAGirl]]: [[spoiler:Gouri-sensei is revealed to be a woman in the final chapter, and apparently she's a mother with two kids]].

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* [[spoiler:SamusIsAGirl]]: SamusIsAGirl: The final page of the final chapter reveals that [[spoiler:Gouri-sensei is revealed to be a woman in the final chapter, and apparently and, apparently, she's a mother with two kids]].


* [[spoiler:SamusIsAGirl]]: [[spoiler:Gouri-sensei is revealed to be a woman in the final chapter, and apparently she's a mother with two kids]].



* SternTeacher: Given the school he teaches in, it's no surprise Gouri-sensei is strict. Yet, even as he openly calls his students morons, he acknowledges that there are serious students among them and when Torako comes to him for help with making friends, he tries to help by suggesting she join a club. When Torako's LethalKlutz tendencies turn that into a massive failure, Gouri makes the Pet Raising club take her on threat of disbandment. That said, he is accused, not entirely inaccurately, of foisting Torako on someone else after the failures before.

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* SternTeacher: Given the school he [[spoiler:s]]he teaches in, it's no surprise Gouri-sensei is strict. Yet, even as he [[spoiler:s]]he openly calls his [[spoiler:her]] students morons, he [[spoiler:s]]he acknowledges that there are serious students among them and when Torako comes to him [[spoiler:her]] for help with making friends, he [[spoiler:s]]he tries to help by suggesting she join a club. When Torako's LethalKlutz tendencies turn that into a massive failure, Gouri makes the Pet Raising club take her on threat of disbandment. That said, he [[spoiler:s]]he is accused, not entirely inaccurately, of foisting Torako on someone else after the failures before.


* ShoutOut: In the final chapter, Torako fireman carries Enma out of a hot spring because she's overheating. Enma tries to wiggle free out of embarrassment. Below them a "Struggle" meter is shown and Rotor even notes "It's like ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight'', as the over-the-shoulder carry and attempt to struggle free are part of that game's mechanics.

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* ShoutOut: In the final chapter, Torako fireman carries Enma out of a hot spring because she's overheating. Enma tries to wiggle free out of embarrassment. Below them a "Struggle" meter is shown and Rotor even notes "It's like ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight'', ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight''", as the over-the-shoulder carry and attempt to struggle free are part of that game's mechanics.

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* ShoutOut: In the final chapter, Torako fireman carries Enma out of a hot spring because she's overheating. Enma tries to wiggle free out of embarrassment. Below them a "Struggle" meter is shown and Rotor even notes "It's like ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight'', as the over-the-shoulder carry and attempt to struggle free are part of that game's mechanics.


* FailureMontage: Much of Chapter five centers on Torako trying to join various clubs. Popping the ball and tearing the net in half during vollyball tryouts is a foreseeable-if-unfortunate consequence of [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength poorly controlled]] SuperStrength. Knocking over multiple bookshelves at the Literature club, however, [[ButtMonkey is just]] [[LethalKlutz plain sad]]. Stomping holes into the track while trying out for the Track club is just plain EpicFail.

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* FailureMontage: Much of Chapter five centers on Torako trying to join various clubs. Popping the ball and tearing the net in half during vollyball tryouts is a foreseeable-if-unfortunate consequence of [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength poorly controlled]] SuperStrength. Knocking over multiple bookshelves at the Literature club, however, [[ButtMonkey is just]] [[LethalKlutz plain sad]]. Stomping holes into the track while making distinctly ''below-average'' time when trying out for the Track club is just plain crosses into the realm of EpicFail.


* FailureMontage: Much of Chapter Five centered on Torako trying to join various clubs. Popping the ball and tearing the net in half during vollyball tryouts is a foreseeable-if-unfortunate consequence of [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength poorly controlled]] SuperStrength. Knocking over multiple bookshelves at the Literature club, however, [[ButtMonkey is just]] [[LethalKlutz plain sad]].

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* FailureMontage: Much of Chapter Five centered five centers on Torako trying to join various clubs. Popping the ball and tearing the net in half during vollyball tryouts is a foreseeable-if-unfortunate consequence of [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength poorly controlled]] SuperStrength. Knocking over multiple bookshelves at the Literature club, however, [[ButtMonkey is just]] [[LethalKlutz plain sad]]. Stomping holes into the track while trying out for the Track club is just plain EpicFail.


* FailureMontage: Much of Chapter Five centered on Torako trying to join various clubs. Popping the ball and tearing the net in half during vollyball tryouts is a foreseeable-if-unfortunate consequence of [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength poorly controlled]] SuperStrength. Knocking over multiple bookshelves at the Literature club, however, [[ButtMonkey is just] [[LethalKlutz plain sad]].

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* FailureMontage: Much of Chapter Five centered on Torako trying to join various clubs. Popping the ball and tearing the net in half during vollyball tryouts is a foreseeable-if-unfortunate consequence of [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength poorly controlled]] SuperStrength. Knocking over multiple bookshelves at the Literature club, however, [[ButtMonkey is just] just]] [[LethalKlutz plain sad]].

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* FailureMontage: Much of Chapter Five centered on Torako trying to join various clubs. Popping the ball and tearing the net in half during vollyball tryouts is a foreseeable-if-unfortunate consequence of [[DoesNotKnowHisOwnStrength poorly controlled]] SuperStrength. Knocking over multiple bookshelves at the Literature club, however, [[ButtMonkey is just] [[LethalKlutz plain sad]].


* NoNameGiven: Takano's and Emma's first names are never revealed.

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* NoNameGiven: Takano's and Emma's Enma's first names are never revealed.


* HeroicSelfDeprecation: [[spoiler: After an earthquake traps the train her class is on within a partially collapsed tunnel; a wounded Tokaro drags the whole thing to the end, smashes the rubble blocking the entrance... and [[IAmAMonster flees, more convinced than ever that she is a monster]].]]

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* HeroicSelfDeprecation: [[spoiler: After an earthquake traps the train her class is on within a partially collapsed tunnel; tunnel, a wounded Tokaro Torako drags the whole thing to the end, smashes the rubble blocking the entrance... and [[IAmAMonster flees, more convinced than ever that she is a monster]].]]


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* NoNameGiven: Takano's and Emma's first names are never revealed.


** Enma's name is written in katakana, but based on Suzume's insulting nickname for her, the intended animal is presumably a monkey (猿, which can be read as "en").

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** Enma's name is written in katakana, but based on Suzume's insulting nickname for her, the intended animal is presumably a monkey (猿, which can be read as "en").Enma = 猿 = monkey

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* HeroicSelfDeprecation: [[spoiler: After an earthquake traps the train her class is on within a partially collapsed tunnel; a wounded Tokaro drags the whole thing to the end, smashes the rubble blocking the entrance... and [[IAmAMonster flees, more convinced than ever that she is a monster]].]]

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* CuteClumsyGirl: Torako's issues with her strength would not be ''as'' severe if she were less awkward in general.


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* NotHelpingYourCase: Torako's introduction to her new class was marred by students asking about rumored acts of carnage she would just as soon keep quiet. Flat denials may have worked. Boasting likely would have worked. Embarrassed efforts to explain and downplay them ("I heard you knocked down a building barehanded!" "I-it was old! And structurally unsound!")? Did not work.

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