Kure-nai 07: How not to go into hiding

“Even I could find me”

1. Don’t change your name

You went through all that trouble to escape; now you risk getting caught because you’re too lazy change your name? This is the same shit they pulled in Seirei no Moribito. At least Balsa made up some excuse about nobody believing she’d still be alive. Sure. Hey, check out that insanely hot spearswoman with a once-in-a-generation talent for kicking ass in every way imaginable. Is that Balsa? Couldn’t be, I heard she’s dead. Wait, did that kid just call her Balsa? Eh, I’m sure it’s just a coincidence.

Besides, your name probably sucks. This is the perfect opportunity to give yourself that badass moniker you’ve always dreamed of, like Dick Masterson.

2. Don’t change your appearance

How the hell is a girl with that distinct purple hairstyle supposed to blend in with the general public? The fact that she doesn’t stand out in the middle of Tokyo just reinforces the stereotype that all Asians look the same. Cut her hair. Dye it. Give her a ponytail. Do something.

3. Walk around aimlessly in public

I’m pretty sure they didn’t even leave town, or at least the general vicinity. This story makes no sense. I can’t believe a man wrote it.


WikiHow has an shitty guide for How to Go into Hiding.


These are Bikyaku jeans:

Men don’t steal fashion trends from women; it’s the other way around. See bell-bottoms:

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