Girl A and B are at the pool. B is worried that she's better at swimming now because she's become fat (and floats better).
Is ついてるところについてれば浮くよね = 付いてるところに漬いてれば浮くよね ?
If so, does ついてるところ refer to her breasts?
Last edited by Shiratori99; May 17, 2015 at 12:16 PM.
Sounds like breasts to me.
Especially because the one is saying 仲間～ to the other girl, while the third is left out.
I feel like there's a pun I'm missing though...
I wouldn't use 漬く. Both つく are the same.
Oh okay, thank you!
So it basically means that "if you accumulate fat at the right places, you'll float", right?