Summer Fuck by Aiue Oka
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Summer Fuck

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Earnest maiden falling prey to sinister ways...
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Genryuusai
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 4:35 pm)
+12 points
The mindbreak is extra hot with Aiue Oka's art.


Sure, her bf told her to enjoy the trip but I don't think he meant "Drink yourself silly around 10+ guys at an all night party"...

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Feronen
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 9:45 pm)
+7 points
Someone doesn't understand Japanese drinking culture.


Also, I printed this particular story out with my printer just so I could smile as I tossed every page individually into my fireplace. So satisfying. :D

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Feronen
(Mon Nov 28, 2016, 3:52 am)
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Put lightly, Japanese culture is morbidly complex and revolves around a lot of don't-ask-don't-tell/what-happens-in-Vegas type behavior. The sad part about this relationship is that the boyfriend can't culturally ask about what happened at this party unless the girlfriend opens up about what happened or someone does something drastic like sending him videos or pictures of the incident. He culturally MUST accept that ANYTHING could have happened, or else he's the bad guy. Meanwhile, women who cheat and are broken up with because of their cheating are often viewed as the blameless party by their peers, especially if they can concoct a reason for their cheating. In Japan, it's often said that, if a woman cheats, it's the man's fault because he was inadequate in some fashion.

That said, cheating only becomes a serious problem once people are married, wherein people who do cheat can actually go to prison for breaking their marriage contracts. It doesn't happen as much as one might think, but it happens.

tl;dr Japanese relationships on a cultural level require extreme levels of resolve and trust and you're in the wrong if you react in a manner that can be interpreted as jealousy.

tl;dr Japanese culture is a complicated mess designed to work against you in favor of shitty people.
Feronen
(Mon Nov 28, 2016, 3:59 am)
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Oh, and btw: what I just talked about isn't something that's made mention to people from outside Japan. I, thankfully, learned from someone who came from there because she wanted to escape her own culture, and her western husband who explained the intricacies of it to me with better clarity.
Feronen
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 10:10 pm)
+5 points
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Japanese drinking culture forbids you from refusing drinks poured/opened for you by others unless you are leaving the party entirely. It's considered a serious offense if you outright refuse someone's "good will" in this case and can cause a lot of other social problems, hence why she got so drunk. She even stated at the beginning that there was no going back now because she accepted their party invitation.

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Feronen
(Mon Nov 28, 2016, 3:52 am)
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They don't just stack the drinks. They just keep pouring after you finish the drink. Every time a drink is finished, it's filled. It's Japanese cultural behavior. Younger generations tend to push others into finishing a drink, though, so it becomes a game of peer pressure and drink watching vs. alcohol content and personal constitution.

The biggest problem with her situation is that she likely went with a male acquaintance, which gets into even more complexities with Japanese cultural behavior surrounding parties. Like, if a guy invites you to a party, as a guy, and you deflect saying you have stuff to do or you generally have things to do, it's not an automatic that your S/O isn't going, either. She has to make the conscious decision to deflect. Sadly, this can be interpreted as clingy-ness on either side of the couple's relationship by others, which then bogs down into even more cultural stigmas.
ElPsyCongroo
(Mon Nov 28, 2016, 4:47 am)
+4 points
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Thanks, captain!
*The more you know.*
ButcherPete
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 11:20 pm)
+2 points
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Surely in that case one would just drink slowly enough that they don't finish their drink until they can handle another? Or is it common practice to just stack up a bunch of drinks in front of someone and expect them to drink them all?
Genryuusai
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 9:54 pm)
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It's common sense we're talking about here.
Regardless of what culture you are, I'm sure getting drunk to the point of losing your mind and let yourself get gangbanged is not considered normal. If "culture" is something you must follow no matter what might happen to you next, then ok. :)
Genryuusai
(Mon Nov 28, 2016, 8:33 am)
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I see, but if that's how it is, she could have either refused from the start (which she didn't), or stopped when she feels like she couldn't chug one more down (which she should have). Aren't there plenty of legit reasons to leave, having a headache, maybe? People can't force you to drink when you aren't feeling well, that would be messed up. It's not like we haven't seen mangas where someone leaves a drinking party due to personal reasons and it doesn't seem rude or unacceptable to others for me.
Additionally, they are college students, which I assume is much more open-minded, and would not use it against each other later on. Anyway, it's still a good fap, what I wanted to say is just that situation was totally avoidable.
Feronen
(Tue Nov 29, 2016, 9:43 pm)
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Genryuusai, it's not that simple. We're talking levels of offense equivalent to burning bridges and destroying working relationships. It doesn't help that we don't know the full context of the party and why it was happening, but the headache excuse would only work if someone said something to offend you and you didn't want to be in their company anymore.

Like I said, the cultural dynamics surrounding this kind of a social situation are infinitely more complicated than they appear. This situation was a lot more unavoidable than you might think once she conceded to going. Also, it's pretty clear that these dudes wouldn't have let a mere headache get in the way of their plans, anyways. They set the story up in just that fashion so that it would be a perfect storm.
MK13
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 6:35 pm)
+7 points
Ah a classic netorare story, I just can't get enough of it....
**john locke**
(Mon Nov 28, 2016, 5:45 am)
+3 points
Me too buddy



Only netorare can get me off in a single read

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Recent Comments
fullmetaljo
(Tue Nov 29, 2016, 2:48 am)
+2 points
This was fucking ruthless. I love it.
sofaking
(Mon Nov 28, 2016, 11:30 pm)
+1 points
Can anyone explain the final panel? Is the boyfriend sending a picture that means he's coming to get her or that he is leaving her? That's the impressions I got from it, though a text message of a picture of a bike is pretty ambiguous to me.
wavedashh
(Tue Nov 29, 2016, 10:01 am)
+1 points
It's not a text, Shiho's boyfriend is calling her. At the very bottom of the phone screen there's a button that says "Answer", but it's cut off; the artist basically drew it "out of bounds". I'm updating the chapter so that you can see like a third of the button, which is about all you can get without cutting off the top of Shiho's head.

This is the type of thing that would probably get fixed if/when Aiue Oka releases a tankoubon.
sofaking
(Wed Nov 30, 2016, 2:10 am)
+1 points
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Thanks for the clarification! Now I wish there was another page where she answers the phone call!
doujin2
(Mon Nov 28, 2016, 7:07 am)
+2 points
NTR+Aiue Oka, How can i resist this awesome work!!!
austriacus
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 9:02 pm)
+3 points
The mindbreak was great and so was the art but at the back of my mind throughout the whole thing i was thinking to myself "why would some guys plan a trip in a way in which 4 of them end up sharing a girl?" Like if it was a party and stuff, sure. But a trip? something you have to plan with details, lodging etc? You are suposed to plan it in a way in which each dude gets to take a drunk girl to his room....

So bizzare, but i guess that makes it hotter.
SirDougles
(Mon Nov 28, 2016, 2:14 am)
+1 points
Don't try to think too hard. Porn is porn. NTR is known for having idiot plots that don't make logical sense. Just rub one out if it gets you off
Yossarian762
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 7:38 pm)
+3 points
Ahhh, there's nothing like seeing some guy's special girl being carelessly used and defiled while she moans with pleasure~
RalgradxF
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 6:12 pm)
+4 points
Well, coming from the interview...certainly seems like they got that "despair" just right.

Her being forced to watch the recordings of a version of herself that has thrown away all her inhibitions, her principles, her devotion to her bf and their relationship, and any and all significance that went with all that, to shamelessly partake in unscrupulous, carnal debauchery...put it well over-the-top. For her, I imagine it also really drives in the question of the validity of her will. I could really feel her being rent apart by questions of significance regarding everything she had, everything she’s done, what’s been done to her, and everything that’s currently taking place. It’s like she’s being crushed underneath the weight of this fate that has been "thrust" upon her and the force of a revelation she’s not prepared for. Funny (or sadder) thing is, it could be that even drunk, if the bf was there with her—her affections for him may have turned her base copulatory instincts in a direction that honored her commitment she made with him (without/besides him intervening and protecting her as he most definitely should as a good bf, a general person who gives a fuck about theirs, and somebody who understands the effects of being drunk). But…that’s not what happened.

Aiue Oka, masters of their craft, bravo.
trollerpark
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 5:01 pm)
+3 points
Don't let your girl be alone.

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AssasinZAssasin
(Sun Nov 27, 2016, 4:53 pm)
+3 points
Well...I guess that description isn't exactly wrong.
Also, I think releases like this would make guys more paranoid about letting their girlfriends go on trips without them...