|Midori and Mai|
|Appearance||Period 53: Blog of God|
Bio[edit | edit source]
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Midori is a tomboyish-looking girl with short hair almost entirely pulled back into a ponytail. She has short, blunt bangs and forelocks. Mai is more feminine, with gentle eyes and glasses, and chest-length dark colored hair worn loose.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Mai and Midori are friendly girls who are admired by their classmates for their various talents; Mai with academics and Midori with sports. They always encourage Kanna to give things a try and really care about her, as shown throughout the chapter as they continue worrying over her, until she abruptly tells them to stop bothering her, in which they were very hurt.
History[edit | edit source]
Midori and Mai are very popular in class, Mai is very smart while Midori is athletic. Despite this they are shown to care a lot for their friend Kanna, who hates her inability to stand out. When they recall their favorite blog has updated today, they read over it with Kanna in the computer room and encourage her to start a blog as they recall her hobby of making stuffed toys. After they convince Kanna to give it a try they head back to her place and help her get started by coming up with a blog name and ideas for her first post.
The girls are very happy when Kanna is sought out by their favorite blogger shortly after, and as her popularity began to soar they started to consider making their own blogs because it seemed like fun. But by this point they started to notice a change in Kanna, when she began to skip school and didn't like the ideas they gave her for future posts; something that upset them since they had been with her when she began the blog.
Eventually, Kanna's ego and dedication to the blog took a toll on their friendship, when the girls called her out of concern and she brushed them off. On top of that, she told them to stop bothering her. These words would later come back to bite her, when Kanna desperately tried reaching out to them for help and Mai gave her a cold-shoulder, telling her not to talk to her and then she hung up.