Kankinkonbon

Kankinkonbon ~ Pre-Orders Touji and Makoto ~

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Two years later after the Comiket event, the Kankinkonbon came back in stock for online orders.

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Touji: That reminds me, Makoto, did you complete your order for the “Kankinkon Book”?

Makoto: Yeah, I got excited with my wife’s page in the first edition and… after looking at it thoroughly it got a bit dirty, so I pre-ordered. What about you, Touji?

Touji: It’s the time where I brandish my true power, so it’s impossible for me not to pre-order, no? This will be the time where I plan to purchase 10,000 copies for use to appreciate, to safekeep, to lick, to smell, and for other exciting and coarse uses.

Makoto: Last time you tried to do that you were slapped by your wife, weren’t you? 10,000 will be discovered in your storage, so keep it at 100.

Kankinkonbon ~ Pre-Orders One Week ~

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Continuing the skits for the Kankinkonbon pre-orders.

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Touji: Yes, I’m entrusting this to you. In addition, the examination of all of the “Kankinkon Books” should be completed… Haah.

Makoto: You seem busy, Touji. Your wife also looks to be thinner… did something happen?

Touji: Ah, it’s you, Makoto. Oh no, there was a lady who forgot to make a bank transfer, so I said a few words to my subordinates. It would be a shame if there were products left over, but then again if there was a surplus I can buy and monopolize them all in secret from my wife. I want to hurry and bury myself in the pages where I ravish her and carefully read it and then I want to *********.

Makoto: Touji, you’ve probably already been discovered, and if she finds you like that she’s going to hate you more.

Kankinkonbon ~ Pre-Orders Yamato ~

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Continuing the skits for the Kankinkonbon pre-orders.

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Yamato: Come to think of it, teacher, do you remember your promise to go on a date with me the night of the 23rd? See, that’s the last day to place official online orders for the Kankinkon book, so you said it was easy to remember.

Yamato: Huh? Seriously? You have to work? Eh, what job?… You’re helping make the booklets where Hikaru and Kazuma’s short stories are in? If you don’t help out, then their short stories are going to become horrifying?

Yamato: … But you haven’t rested at all these days. It’s fine to forget about our date, but I don’t want you to forget to rest…

Yamato: Haha! Don’t make that face! In that case, I’ll help out too with the bookbinding. If I can do anything together with you, then I’ll be happy… I love you, teacher. I’m looking forward to the 23rd.

Kankinkonbon ~ Pre-Orders Hikaru and Kazuma ~

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Continuing the skits for the Kankinkonbon pre-orders.

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Hikaru: Aah, I have 23 days until I have to kill the author…! The contents for the extras of the official online orders for the Kankinkon book is going to be settled!

Kazuma: Calm down, Hikaru. I don’t know how terrible the contents are, but if you take the time to talk it over with them then I’m sure they’ll understand. So, what’s inside?

Hikaru: Our wives are taken away from us by strangers, r*ped, ******ed, ****ed, and **** and **** are sent to us. Once everyone’s orders are safely placed, I think the author will calm down and think things over again but…

Kazuma: Ah, Hikaru, here’s a bat that the baseball club dropped.

Kankinkonbon ~ Pre-Orders Touji and Makoto ~

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I decided to go back through Dusk’s twitter to grab all their little skits. This was for the pre-order of the Kankinkon book, which contains short stories, one manga page for all the men, and character trivia. I will… maybe get around to translating it one day.

Anyway, this book was sold at the Comiket for the first time, although they also had mail orders. But there were some exclusive tokutens only available at their booth.

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Touji: That reminds me, Makoto-kun, did you make your online order for the “Kankinkon Book”?

Makoto: Oh, I’m going for the booklet where I read my cute wife’s story, so it’s not an online order. I see you’re not going to the event, Touji.

Touji: Of course I’m going. I can’t not buy something my wife is printed in, right? I plan on purchasing 10,000 to use for appreciation, to safekeep, to lick, to smell, and to use for other excited things that might dirty it. My online orders will be separate.

Makoto: Touji, there probably won’t be that many and if you monopolize them I think you’re going to be slapped by your wife.