Author Topic: Monster musume no nichijoi  (Read 592 times)

Offline Phazonreaver

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Monster musume no nichijoi
« on: September 02, 2012, 09:53:53 AM »
Or also known for Daily life with a monster girl created by the popular pixiv author Inui Takemaru (Okayado).
This manga contains it all. Lamias, catgirls, centaurs and harpies. I recommend to check it up ASAP.

Daily life with a monster girl

(note as of today I will post only links to batoto since i learned some nasty infor about mangafox and other online readers)

Summary:
hree years ago, the world came to know of the existence of humanoid beast creatures after the government decided to stop hiding their existence from the world. It was decided that they would be integrated into human society, and thus the \"Cultural Exchange Between Species Bill\" was created. Since then, the cultural exchange program became a huge success helping many species integrate into human society.

Kurusu Kimihito is a volunteer (?) in this exchange program who has been given a Lamia (Snake Girl) named Miia to take care of. After spending some time together, Miia has fallen in love with Kurusu, which isn\'t a bad thing per se. However, there is a stipulation in the exchange program that prohibits interbreeding between humans and beast creatures. Violating this law results in a severe punishment for the human. Will Kurusu be able to resist Miia\'s advances and keep himself out of trouble?

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Offline Rambo

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Re: Monster musume no nichijoi
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2012, 05:48:20 AM »
It\'s been on my \'to read\' list for quite some time. I just can\'t get down to it. I\'ve seen some pages from it and it seems to be quite amusing.

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Re: Monster musume no nichijoi
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2012, 07:50:48 PM »
It is quite worth it.... So refreshing at some times and the humour seems somewhat natural.

Well I love it. It would be a nice to live with a lamia...