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I don’t understand how her body even works. Where’s her right arm? What’s that left shoulder? What’s that perspective? What is her everything?
From Kurohime, #2, by Masanori Ookamigumi Katakura.
I suppose when you’re vacuum-sealing people into outfits, dislocations and other issues will happen.