Hey, Wanna Go Out With Me? My Childhood Friend, a Beautiful Girl, Asked Me To Be Her Boyfriend, and I’ve Started a Camouflage Boyfriend


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Masaichi Mazono, an otaku boy, and Toiro Kurumi, the most beautiful girl in school, are childhood friends.

Toiro, who was always in Masaichi’s room, was supposed to be like family to him.

But one day, Toiro, who was constantly getting annoyed by her romantic troubles, asks Masaichi to play the role of her boyfriend.

They thought it would be simple to pretend to be a couple because they’d been together for so long, but their ideal childhood friend can’t possibly end up as a false lover…

“E-eh no, holding hands is embarrassing.”

A childhood friend who is more than a lover embarks on a more adventurous lover’s life than she could have dreamed!

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Hey, Wanna Go Out With Me? My Childhood Friend, a Beautiful Girl, Asked Me To Be Her Boyfriend, and I’ve Started a Camouflage Boyfriend
Nee, Mou Isso Tsukiacchau? Osananajimi no Bishoujo ni Tanomarete, Camo Kareshi Hajimemashita
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Latest Release

Date Group Release
10/14/21 I Cant Read JapaneseTL v1c7
10/01/21 I Cant Read JapaneseTL v1c6
09/17/21 I Cant Read JapaneseTL v1c5
09/01/21 I Cant Read JapaneseTL v1c4
08/15/21 I Cant Read JapaneseTL v1c3
08/10/21 I Cant Read JapaneseTL v1c2
08/06/21 I Cant Read JapaneseTL v1c1
08/06/21 I Cant Read JapaneseTL v1 prologue
08/06/21 I Cant Read JapaneseTL v1 illustrations
2 Reviews

Sep 18, 2021
Status: v1c2
It’s a 1 star for the reason why MC and FML started „fake couple” relationship. It’s so dumb and shows how one dimensional author’s thinking is. The excuse why they started the fake relationship is because FML wanted to spend more time with MC, and here is the advise from anyone with brain - you don’t have to be a couple to be able to spend time together (no way really???). Yes, the sole f*cking excuse FML gave MC to start the f*cking fake relationship is not exactly boys confessing... more>> to her or some sh*t, but mainly, because she wants to spend time with her childhood friend. Let me say it again with her CHILDHOOD FRIEND (well she likes him but MC doesn’t know that and the fact that he accepted such an excuse is just dumb). What’s wrong with her? Why can’t she just come to MC’s desk and spend time together at school if she wants to so badly?? Is she ashamed of him or what? I feel like author never had any junior/elementary/highschool experience. Imagine:

You and your friend (or childhood friend) go to the same school and same class, what’s the most normal thing you would do on a break? Well you would just go and talk to your friend, why would you ignore eachother? Why would you not go and talk with your friend? Why? There’s no good reason to it? It’s your friend, what’s wrong with spending time with your friend at school?

That’s the problem with the story, why would 2 good friends not interact with eachother at school? <<less
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Nov 12, 2021
Status: v1c4
I read this since the premise interested me, and the 4/5 rating seemed passable, but it's really not good, so I dropped in chapter 4, which is close to the halfway mark of volume 1. I don't think it's completely awful, but a lot of the story/romance elements fall flat. For example, chapter 3 basically just features the two blushing/being embarrassed over using nicknames for each other, even though they are already close childhood friends who use each others' direct names.

The pace of the story is generally slow, and the... more>> premise is also filled with quite a bit of wish fulfillment, as another reviewer said. The main is a loner with no friends, female is super popular, the two are next-door neighbor childhood friends who hang out in the same room, play video games together, watch anime, etc. There haven't been any romantic moments that made my heart beat or make me feel excited, the two's interactions and conversations are very flat and uninteresting, and overall, I can't recommend this when there's so many other better romance novels out there. <<less
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