>female character refers to herself as "boku"
Female character refers to herself as "boku"
is bokukko just an extension of the tomboy archetype?
It's a shame we only heard her use it once.
>female character is a loli and uses nanoja
Yeah, that's hot, but not "Ryougi Shiki using ore" levels of hot.
>female character refers to himself as "boku"
Has the whole nosebleed thing fallen out of use as of late?
I can only recall a couple shitty anime that actually used it post 2015
>cute effeminate boy refers to himself as "boku" instead of the disgusting, bara sounding "ore"
I instantly orgasm
>male character refers to himself as "atashi"
>Female character was boku
What’s the problem?
Most bokukko are tomboys, but not all. Some are just a bit eccentric.
That story was pretty damn cute.
Best bro becomes best hoe.
>cute effeminate boy usually uses boku
>but when he gets really mad he switches to ore
>cute effeminate boy uses ore to salvage any shred of masculinity he has remaining
>but when he gets cornered, put on the spot, and flustered he switches to boku
I wished this was a regular manga after I read it
>Best bro becomes best hoe.
Seems kinda common for strong little girl characters.
>MC: "boku wa..."
MCs should only use ore
Makoto is a cute boy.
If only Wakaba Girls was more popular. Nao's introduction was her trying to stop saying Boku and say Watashi. Pic related is her fumbling.
>female character crossdresses but is still totally a girl