Misery loves company.
I don't want your pity.
"Looks like Maki's a twin!" Ken said. "Really now," I replied, totally uninterested. Maki was a member of a ukulele club that ran beside our club in the school lounge. She looked lovely in Ken's eyes, but to me she was just the sixth cutest girl in class - average, in my opinion.
She, with such a sweet and pure figure, killed herself while cursing both of our names.
That's a very pretty name.
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