An extraordinary girl is trying her best to ruin my daily life
An extraordinary girl is trying her best to ruin my daily life Chapter 27

Chapter 27: Michako’s Dilemma

“Come in, Michako.”

Yagi Miyuki opened the room door, signaling for Michako, who was standing at the doorway, to come in.


Upon seeing her brother, who looked even more dazzling than usual, Michako’s eyes lit up, but she quickly clenched her fists in slight displeasure.

In fact, she didn’t really care how good-looking her brother was; as long as he looked good, that was enough.

In terms of aesthetics, Michako focused more on temperament, such as her brother’s composure that was unlike any high school student, which she liked very much.

Looking at her brother now, who had just neatly combed his hair, giving him a completely renewed feeling, Michako felt both joy and worry.

She had heard that her brother often received confessions at school. He was like that even when he was unkempt; wouldn’t he attract even more frivolous people if he paid a little attention to his appearance now?


An evil thought crossed Michako’s mind.

She remembered that not long after her brother had been admitted to the University of Tokyo, he had, for some reason, gotten a crew cut that was extremely unsuitable, making him look ugly.

Maybe… she should find an opportunity to cut her brother’s hair into a short round cut?

“Is something wrong?”

Seeing his sister’s gaze gradually deteriorating, Yagi Miyuki frowned.

“No, you look very handsome.”

Michako shook her head, casting away the malicious plan she had in mind.

“Let’s get started then.”

Unmoved by his sister’s flattery, Yagi Miyuki opened the camera on his own phone, handed it over, and said, “I need a full-body photo, thank you.”


Michako nodded.

As a fine arts student at Tokyo University of the Arts, although her main focus was painting, she also dabbled in photography.

As the saying goes, a comic artist who can’t edit photos isn’t a good photographer. In this regard, she was professional.

“Just bring out 1% of your skill and take some ugly pictures of my brother. Although I know it will fail the application, I can’t be careless; it must be foolproof.”

At this point, Michako finally showed the caution befitting someone who was basically reborn.

“Brother, don’t just stand there like that, strike a pose.”

Michako looked at her brother, who was standing at attention with a serious expression and full of scholarly aura, and thought to herself that this was bad. She blurted out, “For example… um, make a scissor-hand gesture, and then roll your eyes.”

Yagi Miyuki was silent for a moment and said, “Did you peek at my book?”

“No, no, that’s not it!”

Michako immediately blushed! She only realized what she had just said was the same as the inappropriate image she saw earlier in her brother’s room.

“Alright, enough talking, hurry up and take the picture.”


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Michako pursed her lips and took a few quick photos of her brother. She then showed him the one she was most pleased with. “Brother, this one looks pretty good, doesn’t it?”

“Sure,” Yagi Miyuki glanced at it briefly, not really understanding the intricacies of photography but finding no fault with it.

Having settled on the photo, Yagi Miyuki quickly uploaded the required full-body picture to his computer and posted it on a job-hunting website along with his resume. To highlight his strengths, he slightly embellished his resume, emphasizing his excellent proficiency in Chinese, including Mandarin, Cantonese, and even Hakka at a native level.

He could’ve even included Northeastern Chinese dialect if he wanted to exaggerate a bit more. When he was in college, he had a roommate from Northeast China who couldn’t speak Mandarin at all. After spending time together, Yagi Miyuki could speak a few phrases in the dialect; not perfectly, but good enough for casual conversation.

“Once I get the job, I’ll be making a conservative estimate of over 250,000 yen per month. Life’s peak,” Yagi Miyuki said cheerfully, seemingly forgetting his initial disdain for working in a maid café. The issue, it turned out, was not about the money but rather about the money being sufficient.

“Oh, right,” Yagi Miyuki snapped back to reality and looked at his sister. “Sorry to keep you waiting. Bring your homework over here. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me.”

“Ah, right,” Michako remembered what she was there for in the first place and regretfully slapped her forehead. She ran to the bed to retrieve her homework, which she had initially placed there.

“Brother,” Michako put the homework on the desk and flipped open a math workbook.

Although she had come to consult her brother on her homework, Michako was planning to just go through the motions. She didn’t think she would have any issues with middle school-level math problems since she was a college student after all.

“Hmm?” As she turned to the page containing her weekend homework, Michako’s face lost its casual look.

She discovered that aside from a few basic calculations, most of the complex, brain-using problems left her stumped. She panicked.

What was happening? Had she really forgotten all her math knowledge after spending a few years in college? That couldn’t be!

Since she returned, she had been preoccupied with plotting how to win over or provide for her brother and had neglected her classes. She hadn’t realized she had lost her grasp of middle school-level knowledge.

Though she had never been good at math and got into college based on her strong drawing skills, she should not be incapable of solving middle-school-level math problems!

This novel was translated on ShanghaiFantasy, If you are not reading on this website, it was stolen and aggregated

Yagi Miyuki didn’t notice his sister’s change in expression. He stood up and offered his chair, “You start working on the problems. If there’s anything you don’t understand, just ask me.”

“Okay… Huh?”

Michako nodded subconsciously and then realized something. She looked around the room and noticed there seemed to be only one chair. “Brother, you sit. I’ll go downstairs and bring up another stool.”

“I’ll go. You stay seated.”

In this regard, Yagi Miyuki was always willing to be kind to his sister.

Although people who have sisters often claim that only those without sisters could be ‘sister-obsessed,’ he felt that most brothers are probably ‘sister-obsessed,’ but just won’t admit it. Like himself, he would be fine with it if his sister wanted to get along well with him.

Of course, it’s not the bone-deep level of ‘sister-obsession’ like in certain stories, but just a pure love for his sister.

“How about… I sit on your lap, brother? That way, it’ll be easier for you to help me with my questions. Plus, I’m very light,” Michako suddenly suggested.

Yagi Miyuki’s face became expressionless, “I’ll go downstairs and bring up a stool. Stay put.”

Watching her brother turn away, Michako suddenly felt a bit disheartened and slumped onto the desk.

“I already knew this, but my brother’s reaction confirms it. He really only sees me as his sister, doesn’t he? Does that mean that if I confess my feelings to him now, things will revert back to how they were before I returned?”

Michako fell silent.

Once, after receiving an invitation to her brother’s wedding, she recklessly confessed her feelings to him in a fit of hysteria. The end result was only a re-straining of their sibling relationship, and she had to watch as another woman said the words she wished to say: “I do.”

This novel was translated on ShanghaiFantasy, If you are not reading on this website, it was stolen and aggregated


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