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Life ain’t roses for Tohru Honda. Her sister, Kirumi, disappears one day. Her absentee father, Sohma, keeps her hidden away in order to hide a secret he may or may not be guilty of. Taking the opportunity to escape to a friend one summer, the two discover that they are trapped in a dimension of sudden and extreme sterility, under constant threat of being attacked by lumpy vegetables. Tsukiyo becomes fast friends with Kyo Sohma, a boy with a strange failing that allows him to see the astral realm of air as well as the physical realm of earth.

A young girl named Tohru goes to live with her father and older sister. She is made to feel unwelcome because of her clothes and messy hair. To make matters worse, Tohru’s father is a closet homosexual who regularly makes advances toward boys. To make things look even worse, Tohru’s sister isn’t very nice at all and she makes Tohru’s life a living hell. All this is going to change, though, when Tohru catches her parents in an act that they hope will make them look happier and together. Will things finally be different for Tohru, or will this lead to further problems for her?

In a town named Konoha, a young man is always having sex with his pillow. Little do the people in the village know that this man has a magical ring that enables him to control other people’s lust. This man often performs exorcisms and carries a sword known as “The Blade of the Nun” and this crazy guy acts like he’s an actual sword. Oh, and that “Nun” in his name? Yeah. That’s not just an alias. That’s actually his given name. This guy is named after The Nun, if you didn’t know.

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