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THE BUSINESS OF LOVE With the help of Amars and their savvy new ally Nisha, Tsukimi’s jellyfish designs are slowly taking shape as a real clothing line. There’s no time to waste if the group wants to save Amamizukan and make a splash in the fashion world, and that means churning out new dresses—and fast! As if Tsukimi weren’t already overwhelmed, Shu makes it clear that he’ THE BUSINESS OF LOVE With the help of Amars and their savvy new ally Nisha, Tsukimi’s jellyfish designs are slowly taking shape as a real clothing line. There’s no time to waste if the group wants to save Amamizukan and make a splash in the fashion world, and that means churning out new dresses—and fast! As if Tsukimi weren’t already overwhelmed, Shu makes it clear that he’s ready to make a romantic commitment to her. For a geek girl who’s never even had a boyfriend, these advances may be too much to handle. And Tsukimi isn’t the only one struggling—with his brother’s feelings out in the open, Kuranosuke must figure out how he fits into Tsukimi’s life.


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THE BUSINESS OF LOVE With the help of Amars and their savvy new ally Nisha, Tsukimi’s jellyfish designs are slowly taking shape as a real clothing line. There’s no time to waste if the group wants to save Amamizukan and make a splash in the fashion world, and that means churning out new dresses—and fast! As if Tsukimi weren’t already overwhelmed, Shu makes it clear that he’ THE BUSINESS OF LOVE With the help of Amars and their savvy new ally Nisha, Tsukimi’s jellyfish designs are slowly taking shape as a real clothing line. There’s no time to waste if the group wants to save Amamizukan and make a splash in the fashion world, and that means churning out new dresses—and fast! As if Tsukimi weren’t already overwhelmed, Shu makes it clear that he’s ready to make a romantic commitment to her. For a geek girl who’s never even had a boyfriend, these advances may be too much to handle. And Tsukimi isn’t the only one struggling—with his brother’s feelings out in the open, Kuranosuke must figure out how he fits into Tsukimi’s life.

30 review for Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 5

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ken Yuen

    Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The writer's corner about obsessing about Korean pop culture and getting a jellyfish pet are cute and relatable. Ah, this is what I wanted. Good progress with the relationships. I never really realized how much business and fashion drives the drama in this story, but that's good too. Because we finally see Kuranosuke emphasize with the Amars and thinking about their needs and wants. The writer's corner about obsessing about Korean pop culture and getting a jellyfish pet are cute and relatable.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Maija

    I laughed out loud multiple times! This was too precious.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    While going through my manga shelf here on GR, I found that it had been been a couple of years since I'd read a volume of the Princess Jellyfish omnibuses, and also that the series had ended after a respectable seventeen volumes. Time to catch up! After a successful Jelly Fish fashion house debut that still leaves the Amamizukan girls $20,000 in the hole, Kuranosuke decides that putting out a more affordable line would help the brand gain a larger audience. He's also hoping to get the Amars inter While going through my manga shelf here on GR, I found that it had been been a couple of years since I'd read a volume of the Princess Jellyfish omnibuses, and also that the series had ended after a respectable seventeen volumes. Time to catch up! After a successful Jelly Fish fashion house debut that still leaves the Amamizukan girls $20,000 in the hole, Kuranosuke decides that putting out a more affordable line would help the brand gain a larger audience. He's also hoping to get the Amars interested in dressing themselves beyond "cosplaying" in nice dress, so there's an ulterior motive to this change of tack, too. The mild love triangle between Kuranosuke, Shu, and Tsukimi continues. K might be nurturing feelings beyond friendship for Tsukimi, but instead of pressing the point, he decides to play "fairy godmother" and help her along with her budding, painfully clumsy romance with Shu. In the meantime, Amamizukan is still threatened by the redevelopment project, and Inari is still confused about how much she's hung up on Shu. I love this manga's sympathetic humor. Everybody in this story is an endearing dork, even the supposedly worldly opposite-sex slayers, so this manga is fun and cozy to come back to. Repetitive story elements might cause boredom eventually, but I'm enjoying it just fine for now!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laura D

    Hanamori-san is so funny

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shae

    The amount of character development in this volume was fantastic!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Okay so I don't love this series. I'm enjoying it because the characters are hilarious. Even though I know how it's going to end I'm right in the middle of the conflict and it is painful, uncomfortable, and sad. I mean they might lose their home; they could lose a ton of money from this new startup; which brother will she date/marry?!?! The struggle and the drama. Ugh. "'You want to know how to cheer up women when they're feeling blue? I see...' 'I tried searching Yahoo! Answers....But I didn't g Okay so I don't love this series. I'm enjoying it because the characters are hilarious. Even though I know how it's going to end I'm right in the middle of the conflict and it is painful, uncomfortable, and sad. I mean they might lose their home; they could lose a ton of money from this new startup; which brother will she date/marry?!?! The struggle and the drama. Ugh. "'You want to know how to cheer up women when they're feeling blue? I see...' 'I tried searching Yahoo! Answers....But I didn't get any realistic results.' 'Shu-San. You're an adult stop searching for answers online. Okay?' 'Then what should I...' 'Listen to me, Shu-san. From the date I've gathered through my vast experience with women the most effective way to cheer them up is...A nice lavish fruit tart.' 'A fruit tart?'"(p. 23-24). "'Whole? Which means?' 'It means the whole thing! The entire tart!' 'But that's so much, and it's not even her birthday...It'll maker her uncomfortable.' 'Shu-san. Try not to make me too angry...Everyone knows they way to seal the deal with a woman is to thrill her with cakes and flowers and presents on totally normal days, and they ignore her on her birthday and give her nothing!! This is basic stuff!!' 'That makes no sense to me!!'"(p. 26). "My comrades have no money, no men, and no future! Taking away their homes on top of all that is just cruel!"(p. 75).

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    With the hit of the jellyfish dresses, the girls are overflowing with orders. They have a new supplier & are trying to get ahead of the sale of their home. But Kuranosuke comes up with a new plan, casual wear that is cheaper & anyone can wear anytime. Will it work? Shu also tells Tsukimi that he loves her!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Illy

    Finally jealous kuranosuke is happening! My ship will sail soon. I can FEEL IT. I am really happy I picked this up for the summer as it does give me that light summer vibe you know? As always though another solid volume in the series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    This one was extra adorable- I mean, Shu looking for cute stationery so (view spoiler)[he could propose to Tsukimi, a girl whose last name he doesn't even know (hide spoiler)] ? Or looking on "Yahoo answers" for advice? There was alot more that I really enjoyed in this one- the perfect amount of funny-cute. This one was extra adorable- I mean, Shu looking for cute stationery so (view spoiler)[he could propose to Tsukimi, a girl whose last name he doesn't even know (hide spoiler)] ? Or looking on "Yahoo answers" for advice? There was alot more that I really enjoyed in this one- the perfect amount of funny-cute.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea

    Well that relationship escalated quickly. Side note: bought a pot online to make sukiyaki. It should be here by the end of next week. I will probably be done the series by then, but at least I can cook delicious sukiyaki to compensate for my Princess Jellyfish hangover.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Thesincouch

    I did cry real tears when Kuranosuke thinks of himself as a sorcerer and who has heard of princesses ending up with sorcerers so this volume was better than last one. I'm glad that Tsukimi is having a nice time with Shu-san but my OTP though. I did cry real tears when Kuranosuke thinks of himself as a sorcerer and who has heard of princesses ending up with sorcerers so this volume was better than last one. I'm glad that Tsukimi is having a nice time with Shu-san but my OTP though.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    I love the way this story is developing, remaining interesting and realistic!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Another great volume. Some plot progression over amars development, but well handled. Excited to read next.

  14. 4 out of 5

    DJL

    And the plot thickens as it becomes complicated! Moving onto volume 6!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Katja

    Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neither is Tsukimi I think, if she really likes Shu or if she's just feeling nice because for the first time she's getting on dates etc. I think it's the latter, and I feel sorry for Kuranosuke. Although he's to blame t Still funny and quite heartwarming even when there's drama, so I enjoyed this volume too. It's heavy on relationships, less so on progression of Jelly Fish clothing brand plot. Kuranosuke and Tsukimi both think a lot of their feelings and aaah, the subtle drama! I'm not sure, and neither is Tsukimi I think, if she really likes Shu or if she's just feeling nice because for the first time she's getting on dates etc. I think it's the latter, and I feel sorry for Kuranosuke. Although he's to blame too for not saying anything (understandably though, relationships are complicated!). I like Amars' geeky way of looking at the world, though Mayaya's still a bit too over-the-top at times. One little thing bothered me a lot though, as has bothered me before: Tsukimi doesn't wear her glasses with the dress and other people tell her too that she couldn't do that and MUST get contacts. Ugh. Glasses aren't ugly! I mean, there are ugly glasses but the never-dying trope of "you'd look so beautiful if you took your glasses off" pisses me off. Anywayyyy, it's still a great manga which funnily combines two different worlds and this volume nicely showed how the characters have grown over the time.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

    Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS JELLYFISH has often played to its strength of showing readers the benefit of being quietly underestimated. It would seem, for once, the author has shown what can happen when those who expect good things to happen . . . actually str Everybody is in love. Sort of. 90% of them don't know it . . . . But yeah, they're in love alright. Tsukimi's miscellaneous mumblings and Shu-san's harried harrumphs have somehow knitted the two together and to form the perfect pairing. Which is funny, because PRINCESS JELLYFISH has often played to its strength of showing readers the benefit of being quietly underestimated. It would seem, for once, the author has shown what can happen when those who expect good things to happen . . . actually strive for it. (And yet, if a person doesn't know they're in love, then are they really?) This manga delights in approximating one's awareness of these tiny romances, sometimes manipulating the emotions of secondary characters to hilarious effect: Hanamori-san takes on the role of relationship mentor, the girls of Amars whisper and speculate on the implications of what a "Day Ate" is, and Shoko Inari leaps into astoundingly radical fits because she's in denial. To wit, Tsukimi and Shu are made for each other . . . but they're such pathetic loners that their realizing this will take a century's worth of time and energy. This volume of PRINCESS JELLYFISH pivots around Tsukimi and Shu's courtship with marvelous inelegance (Shu: "It's funny, isn't it? I really don't know you at all. . ."), comical uncertainty (Sr. Koibuchi: "You did something unfortunate involving a woman, didn't you?"), and the occasionally harsh dose of reality (Nisha: "If ya dodge the issue or change the subject just 'cause yer shy . . . If ya keep runnin' away from getting' hurt . . . Love will pass right by ya, just like the wind!"). Alas, this is the stuff of romance. Kuranosuke has a diminished role in this volume, but interestingly, it's not so bad. One would think that the narrative to dip and drag in not having the chatty crossdresser around, but the book carries itself well in spite of his variegated soul-searching. This, one suspects, plays well into the author's clever foreshadowing of the future involvement of Kuranosuke's exiled mother. Paris, France? Fashion week? Fancy new dress? Should be fun. The art for PRINCESS JELLYFISH has emerged with sharper angles and well-timed if redundant physical comedy. For example, Chapter 48 ("My Date with Shu-Shu") contains art that is both hysterical and sincere, and all within the same scene and within the span of a few pages. When Shu and Tsukimi go out on a proper date, Tsukimi has no clue what fancy dishes she's eating and stuffs her face like a rabid hound. And yet, pages later, when the windy balcony sends the linens aloft, the sweet and lyrical drift of a stray lock of hair and the incandescent shimmer of polished pearls push the budding romance to a whole new level. PRINCESS JELLYFISH still goes hard for the comedy, but if it wants to buckle down and tug at the heartstrings, it will.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rach

    This is probably my favorite Volume yet! Shu confesses! And everyone makes sure Tsukimi understands! And then Shu writes a proposal letter! And he and Tsukimi actually go out on dates! It's just about the cutest awkward thing you'd ever see, but they are sooooo adorable together! Also, the scene with Shu's dad and grandpa (uncle?) discussing his fiancée together like they are gossiping schoolgirls was HILARIOUS. Also delightdul is Kurano being insanely jealous of Shu's burgeoning relationship wit This is probably my favorite Volume yet! Shu confesses! And everyone makes sure Tsukimi understands! And then Shu writes a proposal letter! And he and Tsukimi actually go out on dates! It's just about the cutest awkward thing you'd ever see, but they are sooooo adorable together! Also, the scene with Shu's dad and grandpa (uncle?) discussing his fiancée together like they are gossiping schoolgirls was HILARIOUS. Also delightdul is Kurano being insanely jealous of Shu's burgeoning relationship with Tsukimi, yet still being super supportive and helpful to them as he tries to figure out what his actually feelings are. I love the thoughtful he is putting into their relationship as he works through his emotions and how he could see himself staying in Tsukimi's life. I also love the thoughtfulness Kurano is putting into the Jelly Fish clothing brand, from pushing to find a way to make clothes that the Amarus actually would want to wear to finding an outlet to sustain their business. I appreciated Nisha's honesty about the actual prospects of the fashion industry - Kurano lives so much with his head in the clouds that it's really helpful to have someone knowledgeable bring him back down to earth. I'm hoping this exhibition idea really works for their business. I'm super curious to see what happens with Shu's mom and this custom Jelly Fish dress she ordered. She seems to want it for a specific reason or event, and Shu has offered to take it to her directly in Milan, while Kurano at the same time mentioned maybe going to Milan for fashion reasons. I get a weird feeling that he might run into Shu and his mom together there and get really upset at both of them, and do something to upset Shu and Tsukimi's relationship, but we'll have to wait and see!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jake

    I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more and more jealous. The attempt to use a fashion brand to save the amars' home runs into some hurdles, both from the fashion industry and from the re developers. I think my favorite thing about this particular volume I thought this volume really began to escalate some of the plot strings we have seen developing over the last 4 volumes. Tsukimi's love life moves to the next stage, with her going on several cute, but extremely awkward dates with Shu, while Nisha stands in the background growing more and more jealous. The attempt to use a fashion brand to save the amars' home runs into some hurdles, both from the fashion industry and from the re developers. I think my favorite thing about this particular volume it is really showing some emotional growth in the characters. It is nice to see the amars getting out of their shell, experiencing new things with less struggles, specifically Tsukimi, while still maintaining the awkwardness that makes them, them. I have to admit Tsukimi's developing relationship with Shu is a little disappointing, I was hoping she would end up with Nisha, who seems much more interested in her, for her, and a emotionally more healthy choice. Fingers crossed that is how the story develops.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much too fast. On the other hand, if it ends, it will probably be sad. I don't understand why Kuranosuke is throwing himself such a pity party. First off it's a bit arrogant to consider himself Tsukimi's fairy god mother/ wiz Ok I'm finally starting to get tired of this series. I guess what happens to Amamizu (sp?) will be the finale, but seriously, there is no progress in anything. More specific gripes: Tsukimi and Shu are okay together. I really don't think they will end up together. Its just too much too fast. On the other hand, if it ends, it will probably be sad. I don't understand why Kuranosuke is throwing himself such a pity party. First off it's a bit arrogant to consider himself Tsukimi's fairy god mother/ wizard. Tsukimi hasn't really been transformed. In the end of the volume she went out in sweats because Kuranosuke was gone. Second off, he should know better than anyone else that Tsukimi does not understand subtlety. She didn't even understand Shu's literal profession of love. The number one reason why Tsukimi has never shown interest in Kuranosuke is because he hasn't offered. Nisha and Hanamori are fabulous.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Atalinay

    This took me longer to read than the others. Overall still enjoyable. Hanamori-san really shined this volume. His role as comedic relief is great. (view spoiler)[ I want to see the story advance with meeting the mother in Milan in the next volume though. The part that I just couldn't believe and made me laugh was the older brother asking Tsukimi to get married. I liked that Kuranosuke was jealous, but didn't do anything awful, like break them up, like other stories would do. You can tell he real This took me longer to read than the others. Overall still enjoyable. Hanamori-san really shined this volume. His role as comedic relief is great. (view spoiler)[ I want to see the story advance with meeting the mother in Milan in the next volume though. The part that I just couldn't believe and made me laugh was the older brother asking Tsukimi to get married. I liked that Kuranosuke was jealous, but didn't do anything awful, like break them up, like other stories would do. You can tell he really cares for both of them. Shu is a lost case at some points. You don't say I love you and don't ask for marriage this early my dude. Just don't do that. Tsukimi and Shu aren't my otp, and Kuranosuke I don't care for as a partner for her tbh. I'd just like to see her thrive and be herself on her own, any romance plots I kinda just glaze over, except when they're funny. (hide spoiler)]

  21. 5 out of 5

    Maia

    Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranosuke's older brother. Kuranosuke finds himself unsure of how he feels about this- was he always meant to be the fairy godmother who transformed Tsukimi into a princess, only to see her pair off with some other princ Another delightful installment of what is quickly becoming one of my favorites series. The Amars are learning on the go about the hard work needed to start up a new fashion brand. Tsukimi is becoming entangled in one of the most awkward but innocent courtships of all time, with Kuranosuke's older brother. Kuranosuke finds himself unsure of how he feels about this- was he always meant to be the fairy godmother who transformed Tsukimi into a princess, only to see her pair off with some other prince? Can he work a similar magic to transform the whole fashion world so that it recognizes the genius that he sees in Tsukimi's designs?

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bryn (Plus Others)

    I am mixed about this; I liked (view spoiler)[the moment in which Kuranosuke starts thinking about creating clothing that the Amars girls would like to wear, but I wanted more of that, not a start and then sort of diffusion. And I do like the romance between Shu and Tsukimi, but the farce bits are not my thing, I just never find farce funny, it is too embarassing to make me laugh. (hide spoiler)] So nothing I really disliked, just not my favourite -- I think the romantic comedy genre is always i I am mixed about this; I liked (view spoiler)[the moment in which Kuranosuke starts thinking about creating clothing that the Amars girls would like to wear, but I wanted more of that, not a start and then sort of diffusion. And I do like the romance between Shu and Tsukimi, but the farce bits are not my thing, I just never find farce funny, it is too embarassing to make me laugh. (hide spoiler)] So nothing I really disliked, just not my favourite -- I think the romantic comedy genre is always iffy for me because I am so picky about what I find funny.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Eva

    4/5 I really appreciate the relationship curves we are given in this volume. Shu's advances towards Tsukimi are a bit contradictory to his personality (but then, Tsukimi herself is also going out of her shell in order to become more appealing to him). I especially love the fresh take on fashion design, and the way the author doesn't mince the harsh realities of starting your own brand. It isn't all fun and games, and it isn't easy as the Amars would like to think (even though most of them think i 4/5 I really appreciate the relationship curves we are given in this volume. Shu's advances towards Tsukimi are a bit contradictory to his personality (but then, Tsukimi herself is also going out of her shell in order to become more appealing to him). I especially love the fresh take on fashion design, and the way the author doesn't mince the harsh realities of starting your own brand. It isn't all fun and games, and it isn't easy as the Amars would like to think (even though most of them think it is hard because of all the work they put into it). A lovely continuation.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mary

    This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to be the prince. You can see his conflict between wanting to support the two and wanting to be the guy she likes. Eh, feelings. This series makes me feel things. I think it's adorable how clueless Shu and Tsukimi are, but I confess, I'm team Kuranosuke. Kuranosuke reflects quite a bit in this volume (double volume) about how he's made Tsukimi into the princess and how it hurts that the sorcerer doesn't get to be the prince. You can see his conflict between wanting to support the two and wanting to be the guy she likes. Eh, feelings.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Shanna Hurd

    Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming redevelopment company seems to have convinced the building owner to sell. The girls can only stall for so long. Can't wait for the next volume!!!! Love these books so much. Tsukimi's romance with Shu continues and her friends try to deal. Especially Kuranosuke, who is questioning what exactly it is that *he* feels for her. The Amars continue to try to build their fashion business in order to save their home, but the scheming redevelopment company seems to have convinced the building owner to sell. The girls can only stall for so long. Can't wait for the next volume!!!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're doing. Shu admits his feelings to Tsukimi who tries to pretend she doesn't understand. Kuro would be jealous, but the ineptness and naivety of the two makes him take pity and try to get them on the right track. After the soul-searching in the last volume, we see some changes to how Jellyfish operates. Luckily for everyone, Nisha from the clothing factory has taken an interest in the enterprise and sticks around to help out. It's truly charity as the Amars and Kuro have no idea what they're doing. Shu admits his feelings to Tsukimi who tries to pretend she doesn't understand. Kuro would be jealous, but the ineptness and naivety of the two makes him take pity and try to get them on the right track.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounded like ;'D in my head it's Indian mixed with deep Southern American. Another good volume! I liked that Kurako-san started thinking more about the cost of cheap fashion, and whether or not the Jellyfish line should be lowering their standards to raise their profit margins. I can't remember the Indian woman's name, but I wish I knew what her accent sounded like ;'D in my head it's Indian mixed with deep Southern American.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie A. Weeks

    2 dates, 1 protest, lots of commentary from Kuranoske on the fashion industry like fast fashion, etc. WE SEE MORE HANAMORI-SAN! Who is bomb, and who I love. He is so funny, charming, cute, I want more of him always. Meijori- what is she up to? Chieko remains my favorite, and I love the manipulation of her mother going on behind the scenes.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    This is the volume I’ve been wanting! So funny and cute. And I love that the author makes fun of Shu for moving quickly, because it’s totally ridiculous but I’m still here for it. Plus, I’m excited to see that K is trying to make a casual line that fits any person’s style choices and bodies! These are the directions I was hoping the story would go.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Oooooooo this volume was just so fun. There was some real payoff in the Shu story line and I like the way the dress line is going. Over all I think this is a pretty transitional volume but I am here for all the Jellyfish fun!

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