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Momoka secretly falls for Nao. Strong and brave, she always takes care of Nao's life on cold winter days. One day when it's freezing cold, Momoka decides to take a hot bath while waiting for Nao's arrival. When Nao returns home, Momoka suddenly decides to take action! Nao hesitates, but eventually...!
3 Ways part 8

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ive been waiting!! :: its finally out!! jesus took it long enough
Dark_Chibi :: Wait Wait.. 0_0 I think I like this flash Now if only I had that but realy fucking nuns aint cool
cod :: just like the rest, guess im biased as i only watch them when bored
Mortichai :: Is it just me or do the events that take place in part 8 look like they occurred before part 7?
12 :: i hope they make a part 9 soon part 8 took to long to come out
Anatomically Correct :: Yeah I think Admin got this one mixed up with 7 because these don’t go in the right order
some dude :: I think that part 7 and 8 were misplaced together! :-[
wtf_pipol :: damn this flash is taking the hell out of my time -_-
problem =[ :: you ahve to buy the series to get al of them =[

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