It’s all about the picnic today!
Warning: Spoilers ahead!
To make up with the missed birthday celebration, Takeo decided that they go to a picnic on top of a mountain. Yamato was overjoyed mainly because she can get to be with Takeo for a long time.
When they reached the top of the mountain so that they can eat the food that Yamato did (and it was a lot), an eagle swooped down and grabbed hold on Yamato’s jacket. Since Yamato did not want to let go of the jacket and brooch that Takeo gave for her birthday, she jumped on it and was about to fall on the cliff. Takeo grab hold of her but they both fall down — and surviving the fall!
Yamato tried to call for help but her phone does not have any signal. She assumes that their family and friends are worried about them.
On the contrary, they are not. Suna is busy reading a book, Takeo’s parents (OMG, we have not an image of his father!) is doing what they usually do on a weekend and Yamato’s friends are just talking about how having a boyfriend is nice.
Going back to the couple lost in the woods, Takeo climbed a tree to figure out where they need to go. Upon learning that they would be staying the night alone, Yamato began to think (I assume) dirty thoughts, while Takeo thinks that Yamato is just worried about their predicament. Oh how naive you are, Takeo.
They indeed spent the night in the woods and even encountering a raging boar, in which Takeo thrown it away as if it was nothing. Yamato kissed Takeo on his cheek while sleeping and was very happy that they had this moment together.
Meanwhile, Suna is stil reading his third book, Takeo’s parents are having dinner and not worrying about their son, and Yamato’s friends lied to her parents that she is staying over for the night, in hopes that they can get a first hand experience of popping the cherry. HAHA.
When morning arrived, they had managed to get to the road and get back to civilization. Yamato received her friends message about lying to her parents and she needs to go her house before anything else.
Arriving there, she was greeted by her friends eager faces and ask what happened. At first, they had thought Yamato’s description is how Takeo did what he needs to do, and was surprised that they were actually just lost in the woods. Talk about crushing their hopes.
This is a very funny episode, considering that they were out there alone and it’s dark — but nothing happened. Takeo is really naive, since this is his first girlfriend and Yamato is about to pass out when he reminds her that they need to stay out, ALONE.