The Probability I Can Kill My Wife Without Being Found Out

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“I may kill you and take all the money you’ve to inherit for myself. Even so, are you alright with me?”

When we were done with the marriage, those words I nonchalantly tossed at her. For a moment, she made a face of surprise, before smiling as she assented.

“That’s fine. It’s only a matter if I can get you to fall before that, right?”

Her challenging words somehow made her out as a gallant warrior, making me open my eyes wide for a second. And within the day, I had inputted, ‘the probability I can kill my wife without being found out,’ into my glasses. After entering that simple question, the wearable terminal took in various affairs, computed to a precise value of them, and output a probability.

‘The Probability I Can Kill My Wife Without Being Found Out’

‘0.061%’

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Tsuma wo Koroshite mo Barenai Kakuritsu
妻を殺してもバレない確率
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10/01/16 Yoraikun Translation oneshot
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solomaize
solomaize rated it
June 9, 2017
Status: oneshot
This is actually an ancient manual of the "Eye River Red Nose" hidden ninja arts. An upgrade to the "Invincible Chopped Onions" ninjutsu.

When recited, Practitioners will render enemies' bodily fluid to constantly flow from the eyes and nose while whimpering in quiet pain.

Depending on the level of your adversaries, they might break down into fetal position and question their choices in life, forever crippling their cultivation progress.

However, should you encounter an enemy without a heart or a romantic bone in their body, you are urged to cultivate the second part... more>> of this art, aptly titled "A Game To Make Him Fall"

#stillcrying <<less
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cahmil
cahmil rated it
February 14, 2017
Status: oneshot
Read this first before A Game to Make Him Fall. I like that we get to know the husband's perspective and then the side of the wife. Things fall into place, tugs your heartstrings. Both perspective are very relatable. From both having pride and being persistent but at the end they still fall like dominoes. The husband is cute while the wife is awesome.
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Action
Action rated it
June 15, 2017
Status: oneshot
This is a short story done really well. 4.5/5

1. Presents a unique idea. Not cliche, and memorable.
2. It knows what the story it wants to tell, and doesn't waste words telling it.
3. It's enjoyable to read.
4. Despite being so short, there's still tension and plot progression.
5. Love how there is a part written from both the guy AND girl's perspective.

1. I'm going to ding it for the twist being slightly predictable.
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Bib
Bib rated it
January 21, 2017
Status: --
This was a sweet and melancholic story. The short story is one of those that depict how sometimes you only realize what's really the most important to you once you lose it. It's classic but nonetheless still effectively draws you in.
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BlancFrost
BlancFrost rated it
April 8, 2017
Status: oneshot
I read the wife's view before the husband's (not that you really need to read them in order) and finally understood what was happening on his side. Very interesting to see how they felt for each other and why they did the things they did. A short story that can draw the reader in without making it seem too complicated.
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Akkie
Akkie rated it
January 1, 2019
Status: oneshot
I love this one because we can see the perspective of the male protagonist.

It just gives more depth to their characters.

If you want your heartstrings tugged then start reading this wonderful story.

LOVE both this story and its counterpart.

If you loved this one, then read "A Game To Make Him Fall" in this story you can see the perspective of the female protagonist.

Definitely 10/10.
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Anecdotey
Anecdotey rated it
April 25, 2017
Status: oneshot
This is a nice change of pace for people who usually read those fast paced romance novels but describe every f'cking detail that could exist just for moar money. Really, I loved this, simple, true development in characters and whatmost.

It stays true to what a romance in real life would be, no immediate breakdowns, no immediate love at first sight, only convenience that leads to some consequences, be them good ones or bad ones.

We are humans, we are slow, we love the truth, and when you love, you don't love... more>> someone for the image they are, but for who they are when they are with you, for how they actually are when they are with you, defenseless and senseless (sometimes).

A married and happy couple, who only married for convenience, I'm still baffled for the fact that she fell in love from the start already. And for the fact that he also fell in love with her ever since the start. But both were so stuck in that they should simply be classified as pre schoolers than mature adults. Lololol. <<less
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Senethari
Senethari rated it
January 2, 2017
Status: --
Part 1 of the 2 connected short stories, so not really a one shot, though it can be read stand alone. I recommend reading both right away. It's a love story for people who know that love grows through consideration and thoughtfulness, and that it can be invisible until it's gone.
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White Head Ice Prince
White Head Ice Prince rated it
December 30, 2016
Status: --
A story of how a guy who mildly hated his wife for their political marriage gradually starts treasuring her. The probability that was high at first gradually starts decreasing over time as his reluctance to kill her increases.

This story has some feels at the ending and I would recommend it since its a short story.
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BillionJellyfish
BillionJellyfish rated it
November 5, 2017
Status: Completed
Good, so good. It complements the female lead's other story so well that I have no words. Every moment of this story was very well done and the feeeeeels. I read for the feels, so this is one of the best short stories I have ever read. Highly recommend to all readers!
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shiranee
shiranee rated it
February 22, 2019
Status: oneshot
Read both the protagonist perspectives. One cannot help but cry out while reading this story. Too emotional a mixer of bitter-sweet happy ending. Both couples were seriously perfectly portrait. Roller coasters of moments perfectly displayed.
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Soteria27
Soteria27
February 8, 2019
Status: --
Extreme, wailing, snot-filled tear-jerker

Bitter and sweet
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ishira
ishira rated it
December 10, 2018
Status: oneshot
I thought to write a review for this, but I feel that any words that I use will result in spoiler or lower the story effect, so i'll put on the box.

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It start as no emotional story, then it start to get annoying, then it start to get emotional. But when I thought it will be like another emotional ending scene, it hit like a bucket of water being splashed on your face when sleeping and unconsciously my tears falls. I'm not someone that his emotion easily influenced, but the last part is just somehow hit me that I unconsciously cried.

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aovel
aovel rated it
September 28, 2018
Status: c1
Clever. Short but witty and heartwarming.",)
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MangoGuy
MangoGuy rated it
May 24, 2018
Status: Completed
A touching love story, to say the least. There are some elements of tragedy in it, but in the end it is a happy ending.

We see everything from the male MC perspective, and that is why this only gets 4. Because honestly, I feel that the female perspective would have been a lot more interesting.

And for some reason even as I hate tragedy endings, I was hoping that this one would have a tragedy ending.

Eitherway, this oneshot can get a further longer adaptation. Is it Mango Approved? It is a... more>> short 10 minute read.. Just go for it. <<less
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misa3012
misa3012 rated it
May 16, 2018
Status: --
I don't read romance story, but I was so bored that I start to read this. It was really nice, the idea of "probability" is well thought out, no major complaints at all. The love feels a little bit unrealistic, but I always want a happy ending to the story, and I don't know how romance story ends, so I guess it is good enough.
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toffee4234
toffee4234 rated it
September 1, 2017
Status: --
Both of the one-shots made me quite teary, though I'm slightly partial to the male side of the story to the alternative female side of it because I read that one first.

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I did find it strange at the beginning, with the emotionlessly stunted male stating the probability that he could kill his wife without finding out, whilst she, somehow, still falls in love with him. But, all was good when I read the female version.

When he went to buy flowers for her, albeit, 5-6 years too late, only to discover she has been in an accident, it made me quite teary as he didn't have a chance to show more of his affection. Though, all was good when she woke up after seven years???

Anyway, I wish there will be a sequel to this one-shot, or more like this I can find, as it's so poignant.

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Overal, reading both of the one-shots were really interesting as the perspective of the characters were really different and I highly recommend to read both of the one-shots. <<less
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