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Desc:Here we learn of the size of Kevin's ego and the source of Nami's shyness and sense of shame.
Category:Educational, Horror
Tags:kevin, GEPIK, Nami, September 10th
Submitted:kingarthur
Date:01/23/11
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Comment count is 6
Caminante Nocturno
HEY! I'VE WARNED YOU TWO ABOUT STANDING OUT HERE AND DRIVING AWAY MY CUSTOMERS!

EITHER YOU KIDS BUY SOME CAKES OR MOVE ALONG!
TimbolinoBilchard
Is that the cake shop from Sympathy for Lady Vengeance?
kingarthur
Next time I watch it, I'll let you know.

Jet Bin Fever
Nami is so goddamn smug.
Mother_Puncher
There seems to be some sexual tension here. Nami wants Kevin but Kevin only cares about putting his friends down. Little does Nami know that all of her teasing is just making Kevin more insecure and more of a dick.
twinkieafternoon
Kevin stares in silence and horror. His smugness is an act, a boyish phase of teasing he assumes will give him the benefit of a few chuckles. He's never had to defend anything in his life, because of the distance he regards everyone with. He's only striving for coolness.

"But, Nami," he thinks..."she really doesn't know, does she? She can't really be that mean, can she be?" It's the end of his peckish innocence.
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