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Astarotte no Omocha Loli/Father Incest?

May 1, 2011 @ 13:59 CST

What's this doing here? Well you made it.

Astarotte no Omocha episode four puts on a shrewd display of suggested adultery and incest. Lotte’s mother appears to have “sucked the lifeseed” out of Naoya which gives us Asuha, now known as Asuhariot. Considering Asuha and Lotte are the same age of 10 years, this predicament can let your imagination run wild on how it all came to pass.

Lotte had hoped to invite her mother to a parent-teacher party so she went to visit her, only to end up leaving early, feeling dejected due to her low self esteem when it comes towards her mother. Her mother feels saddened in much the same way, she’s bothered by the fact that she hasn’t had an opportunity to see Lotte.

Although she arrived at the party, it was beyond late and Lotte was already sleeping at home. Her mother then decides to go see Lottle while she’s sleeping only to discover a familiar smelling blue-haired loli and thus a new harem was born.

He's blinded by his tears.

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