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    私を愛して 九千以上だ! / Kyuusen Ijou Da! / It's Over 9000! phio_chan's Avatar
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    Best Slice of Life

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    In the category

    "Best Slice of Life"

    The Gold Medal goes to...

    ~ Welcome to Room 305! ~

    ~ Can't See Can't Hear But Love ~

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    Registered User MH中毒 / MH Chuudoku / MH Addicted k-dom's Avatar
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    Re: Best Slice of Life

    It's only a few chapters scanlated so far but it is already in my mahwa top list and so much better than the other slice of lice I have read so far
    Can't See Can't Hear But Love, by Nasty cat. It's sad, funny, moving, original everything a slice of life needs to be

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    Registered User 初心者/ Shoshinsha / Beginner owlish's Avatar
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    Re: Best Slice of Life

    I nominate Welcome to Room 305! for Best Slice of Life. It is a sitcom-esque webtoon about a college freshman, his roommate, and their acquaintances, with lively characters and a good sense of humor. What is notable about this cartoon is that it educates the audience about ordinary people who are LGBTQ through humor and tactful portrayals.

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