One Yukkuri Place

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    Ahegao

    I don't get it. It's one of those stories you can't understand without translations.

    TosylChloride

    Ahegao said:

    I don't get it. It's one of those stories you can't understand without translations.

    Done, I've translated the key panels to explain the important points of the story.

    TosylChloride

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    Interesting. He feeds yukkuri salt sprinkled food and expects that he can eat/drink salty bean paste? Is this one of those stories where yukkuri do not convert edible food into their default paste? Or is anon just messing with the yukkuri and setting them to fail by making them do impossible tasks?

    Maybe they have insufficient disgestion, or downright rejection towards foods that they deem hard to eat or poisonous 🤔 In case of bitter or spicy food, they'd most likely die immediately from the dosage, but here it's said that only a small amount of salt was put into their food, so they survive it, albeit being weakened (as seen with the wasa and the other Reimu), and the toxic salt remained untouched in their body. They may or may not get excreted somehow later though, maybe through shitting them out alongside the expired paste.

    wasa killer

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    Interesting. He feeds yukkuri salt sprinkled food and expects that he can eat/drink salty bean paste? Is this one of those stories where yukkuri do not convert edible food into their default paste? Or is anon just messing with the yukkuri and setting them to fail by making them do impossible tasks?

    That's why shitheads should be tortured enough before finishing them all. The guy just simply killed shitheads without any efforts. He should flog them or burn their bottoms while filling them with ingredients or put them in boiling water to help mix paste and salt.