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I'm currently working on Magikano chapter 12
And I have hit a snag, in page 80 of Magikano vol.3, a lady approached Haruo telling him rumors about the young pastry chef that Chiaki is meeting secretly.
One of the things she mentioned is "三股" (read as MIMATA) I already looked it up at Google, but all I keep getting is "three pronged fork" which is "sanmata" not "mimata"
Can anybody help me with this? The conversation of the whole page is pasted below for reference:
Lady ハアー 顔はいいんだけどねえ
Lady それにあのウワサ。。「女体ヂコレーションケーキ」？ 強要するってさ！
Haruo ボ... ボクが
Haruo 一番 恐れていたことが！！
I am already familiar with "女体" or "nyotaimori" the famous female body dish, but I'm wondering is "mimata" (三股) also a food fetish of some sort?
二股（ふたまた） dating with 2 at the same time
三股（みつまた） dating with 3 simultaneously
General usage: 二股をかける。三股をかける。
ポイ捨てする date for a very short period and break up
Last edited by mikkih; June 24, 2010 at 10:05 PM.
Thanks for the enlightenment, it's the definition that is best suited!