I was sold at the lowest price C297
I was sold at the lowest price C297 – Strolling the Streets
We were on vacation and wandered around the city, but there were few stores that Linnecarlo and Alana liked, so we really spent a lot of time just hanging out.
As far as I’m concerned, there’s nothing to buy.
Linnecarlo said with disappointment, as she was secretly looking forward to shopping.
“I suppose it can’t be helped. This is a city built for the military, so there’s probably no demand for female customers.”
“Well, there are a lot of women in the military.”
“But there are only a few in total, after all and I’m sure those stores have more sales.”
Alana said as she looked at the stores with a mature atmosphere that lined the slightly suspicious streets of the back alleys.
“Hey…What’s that place for?”
“Nanami asked Alana out of pure curiosity.”
“It’s a place for men to relieve their stress. It depends on what you want to do there.”
“That’s right. If it can relieve men’s stress, why don’t you go there too, Yuta?”
Alana and Linnecarlo reacted to Nanami’s words, as did Nagisa.
They yelled at her in a fierce manner, and Nanami, who didn’t understand what they meant, was seriously startled and half sobbed.
“Ugh……because Yuta is always busy……and Nanami is worried……about him and wants him to heal.”
I knew she was saying this for my sake, and it still made me feel a little sad. I put my hand on Nanami’s head and said,
“Thank you, Nanami. But I don’t hate my life now, and I’m not that stressed out.”
I’m tired, but I don’t really feel that stressed because I’m blessed with good friends.
“I’m really fine.”
When I told her that, Nanami returned to her good smile.
“Anyway, Nagisa. My instincts warned me not to, so I refused on the spur of the moment, but what exactly does that store do?”
Linnecarlo asked Nagisa in a whisper. The reason she didn’t ask Alana was probably because of some weird rivalry.
“If you want to be specific……I don’t know either.”
“You don’t? You’re very strongly against it.”
“I’m only vaguely familiar with it, so why don’t you ask……Alana?”
“I don’t want to. She’ll think I’m an idiot for not knowing.”
Both of them seemed to think they were whispering to each other, but I could hear them, so of course Alana could hear them, too.
“What, Linnecarlo, you don’t know anything about that?”
”I’m sorry about…….”
“Let me tell you something then.”
As she said this, Alana put her face close to Linnecarlo’s ear and began to explain something in a whisper.
“Damn you! How dare you!”
I was curious as to what it was all about, but Alana’s voice was too quiet to hear.
“Alana, Linnecarlo is not fair, you should tell Nanami and the others.”
Nanami, Farma, and Himari ask Alana with curious faces.
“No, you’re not ready for this.”
Alana is fumbling around with muddled words as if she can’t explain properly.
“Why don’t we have some tea? I’m tired of walking.”
When Alana was persistently pressed by the three, Nagisa offered a helping hand.
“You’re right. Let’s do that.”
I guess it doesn’t matter where we go anymore.
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