Apartment Maid

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Out of nowhere, I have a personal maid!? ♥
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Comments on Apartment Maid
Top Comments
Jjoe4958 +6 points Vanilla Harbinger
December 02, 2018 at 8:55 pm
With her by his side there is nothing he can't face lol
GODsHandOnEarth +6 points (Not-so-)Grim Reaper
December 02, 2018 at 8:56 pm
Guy ordered the wife upgrade just in time before the iffer expired...
hub0083 +6 points Carthago delenda est
December 02, 2018 at 8:58 pm
Does anyone else think the maid kind of looks like Roberta from Black Lagoon? I keep waiting for her to stab someone in the neck w/ a pair of glasses...
H-Connoisseur +8 points
December 03, 2018 at 1:52 am
45 / 50

The maid, Ooseno Toori, has the same name as Ooseno
Manufacturing, which is a big electronics company. That,
plus her expressionless face, and weird lack of emotion,
strongly suggests she's actually a full-service ANDROID,
designed and built by Ooseno.

Even Toori's affectionate "pillow talk" has an odd ring, a distinct
quality that can only be described as "preprogrammed"---which
is subtly disturbing, because it means the protagonist has fallen
deeply in love with something that has no real feelings at all.
Gravity cat +6 points the adequately amused
December 03, 2018 at 3:27 am
The maid is a sex robot
Gotcha
H-Connoisseur +7 points
December 03, 2018 at 4:19 am
By never explicitly identifying Toori as a sexbot,
Hishigata Tomaru gives the reader a chance to
put the clues together, which is a very satisfying
experience.

A good writer never condescends to his audience.
Gravity cat +3 points the adequately amused
December 03, 2018 at 4:29 am
Sex bot, cool
MHM-Dono +2 points
December 03, 2018 at 7:30 am
Now you've got me thinking Toori-san might actually be the prototype for the Replicants (recall the original 1982 movie: "Blade Runner"), OR even a Third-type Android (for those who remember the classic anime OVA from 1995: "Armitage").

DAYUM!
H-Connoisseur +1 points
March 20, 2019 at 11:57 am
Page 14, Panel 3:
"Your insides feel completely different."

That suggests Toori's (artificial) organs are changing and
rearranging themselves to suit a specific sexual situation.
Recent Comments
luinthoron +2 points High Priest of Loli
December 25, 2018 at 2:59 pm
I guess she liked it more than she let on. :D
H-Connoisseur +1 points
March 21, 2019 at 2:10 am
As I noted in another comment, at the end, Toori still seems to be in
take-the-sexual-initiative mode.  With that in mind, I noticed a subtly
disturbing detail in the final panel.  Toori says, "Let's start our daily
[sexual] routine," and then embraces her master quite vigorously
(almost violently).  Unless he specifically orders Toori to be more
gentle, she's liable to mindlessly fuck him to death, which would
be a truly tragicomic ending.
luinthoron +2 points High Priest of Loli
March 21, 2019 at 2:27 am
True enough, that rather violent and mechanical seeming pull is pretty much the best evidence for your side.
H-Connoisseur +1 points
March 21, 2019 at 1:30 am
To be fair to your viewpoint, I read the chapter yet again,
looking for more clues, and, more importantly, looking for
pertinent details that are MISSING.

For example:
Toori kisses her master during sex, but she's only responding
to him, and she never kisses him otherwise.  She never says,
"I enjoy your company, master," or, "I like you, master."  Most
tellingly, on page 11, when Toori's master says, "I love you,"
she does not react or respond at all.

If, at any point in the chapter, Toori had expressed even a hint
of genuine affection by, for instance, giving her master a sweet
kiss on the cheek while he was asleep, I would have cheerfully
conceded your point.
luinthoron +2 points High Priest of Loli
March 21, 2019 at 1:45 am
Oh, but looking at it again, my initial comment never mentioned her liking him - it's specifically saying "liked it", making it more about the sex itself rather than him as a person. ;)

Which I guess makes it an interesting middle ground between the sentimental appeal of an AI falling for a man and the unfeeling sexbot.
H-Connoisseur +1 points
March 20, 2019 at 11:42 am
"An AI capable of developing feelings is much
more interesting than a simple sexbot."

That scenario has more sentimental appeal, for sure (and
it's been done countless times), but if we assume Toori's
master has fallen in love with an unfeeling machine, then
we have a poignant scenario, which is more sophisticated.
H-Connoisseur +1 points
March 20, 2019 at 11:19 am
"Even assuming all this is correct, her true masters would still
be the company executives who sent her with him, though, so
staying beyond his recovery would still be something she deci-
ded of her own volition, making her at the very least a limited
AI capable of developing the feelings necessary to override
the original commands."

Those are good points. I agree Toori is a limited AI with a self-
programming feature, which aids her with her sexual duties.
She learns from experience.

However, nothing in the story suggests Toori is obligated, by contract
or corporate fiat, to leave her master "when he recovers," which is a
rather vague date.  On the other hand, the Ooseno firm insists that
the injured party should accept overcompensation, so they may be
perfectly happy if Toori stays with her master indefinitely, because
that would certainly free the firm from any further legal or financial
obligation.  In any case, I don't think they're in any real hurry to get
her back (they never contact Toori's master after the settlement).

I know you wish to attribute genuine feelings to Toori, but that makes
the story LESS INTERESTING.
luinthoron +2 points High Priest of Loli
March 20, 2019 at 11:24 am
I wouldn't say less, really. An AI capable of developing feelings is much more interesting than a simple sexbot.

Opinions may differ, I guess.
H-Connoisseur +1 points
March 20, 2019 at 10:33 am
I assume nothing. The clues are all there:

(1)  Toori was provided by a big electronics firm.
(2)  She has a complete lack of facial expression.
(3)  She obeys her master unhesitatingly with cool,
machine-like efficiency.
(4)  She never displays emotion unless her master
requests it (consciously or unconsciously), notably
responding with cliched endearments that sound
distinctly preprogrammed.

Conclusion:
Toori is a state-of-the-art sexbot designed and built by Ooseno Manufacturing (she even has the same surname).  The X-ray
views merely suggest she is anatomically correct.

At the end, Toori stays with her master because he specifically
asks her to stay, and she always obeys her master.  Plus, she
still seems to be in take-the-sexual-initiative mode, because
that's what her master wants.  None of it has anything to do
with what SHE wants.  She's only a machine.

You should appreciate the fact that Hishigata Tomaru wrote
a clever story that allows the reader to put the clues together.
There are similar stories on Fakku by other mangaka.
luinthoron +2 points High Priest of Loli
March 20, 2019 at 10:45 am
Even assuming all this is correct, her true masters would still be the company executives who sent her with him, though, so staying beyond his recovery would still be something she decided of her own volition, making her at the very least a limited AI capable of developing the feelings necessary to override the original commands.
H-Connoisseur +1 points
March 20, 2019 at 8:40 am
As a sexbot, Toori has no real feelings.  She neither likes nor
dislikes anything she does for her master.  If she initiates sex
or shows enthusiasm during the act, that's only because she
is responding to her master's specific sexual needs and habits
(which she probably learns with the aid of a self-programming
feature).  No matter how she responds to anything, there's no
real feeling or emotion behind it.  Toori's master, who remains
clueless about her true nature, has fallen deeply in love with
a cold, soulless machine---which makes this story a poignant
tragicomedy, I suppose.
luinthoron +2 points High Priest of Loli
March 20, 2019 at 9:44 am
You assume a lot. And while I can see your standpoint to an extent, staying with him beyond the agreed upon time speaks against it, unless she's also learned to feel during the time (but this would still contradict part of your theory), as do the x-ray views.
Otaku_Thade86 +1 points
December 05, 2018 at 2:13 pm
Damn man, where is my live in maid/sex slave????
Zenshiro +1 points
December 05, 2018 at 5:45 am
didn't need to be hospitalised! Dude the destroyed your face!
Euwrecker +1 points
December 03, 2018 at 7:08 pm
I already want a whole book with her.
Scarce1 +3 points
December 03, 2018 at 11:12 am
I really like the new direction in art style
K_shiro +2 points
December 03, 2018 at 10:49 am
That was quite nice
AssasinZAssasin +2 points Not Hentai Protagonist
December 03, 2018 at 2:39 am
Interesting description. I think that sums up what Hentai Logic is capable of.
By the way, an interesting tidbit for those who may not know Japanese, "Oose no Toori" is a way of saying "As you say", like when a servant hears a command from his/her master and replies with the affirmative.
Great ending though. Well hey, borrowing 'indefinitely' sounds kinda like...marriage, no? Also, with compensation like that, I think getting hit by a car and suffering such non-life threatening injuries is a good enough deal.
StartingAllOver +2 points
December 02, 2018 at 11:36 pm
This. Is. OUTSTANDING! Instant Favorite! Thanks for the awesome upload!
MHM-Dono +3 points
December 02, 2018 at 8:46 pm
Well That was Something Completely Different.
Daisyplenty +3 points
December 02, 2018 at 8:33 pm
Where’s my maid for that kind of routine??

Oh, please mighty gods of sequels... bless us once more. Amen!
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