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  • Boy Domination Triple Pack! Oresama Edition [Arinco mart]
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Boy Domination Triple Pack! Oresama Edition [Arinco mart]
Release Mar/29/2012
Last Modified Mar/18/2014
Series Boy Domination Series
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An omnibus of 3x delusional R-18 boy-on-boy dramas.

Each story is about an arrogant type of guy: aggressive student, trash-talking biker boy, liquor store clerk.

Length: about 56 minutes
CVs: Bunzo Mitsumine, Sota Higurashi, Kei Kiryu

* Be sure to check out other Boy Domination Triple Packs

http://red.ribbon.to/~arincomart/3bon/

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Very interesting!

Jul/19/2013  By Miz Top Reviewer: Top200 Verified Buyer

Like all of Arinco mart's Triple Packs, this is three tracks with three separate pairs all with one main "theme". For this set, the theme is ore-sama (arrogant??) characters as the uke role. The tracks themselves are monologues (with the listener as the seme role in the relationship).

The first track is a monologue from the delinquent student and takes place after school in the classroom. The second is a student-teacher relationship taking place when the student is called in for counseling. The last is a store clerk and manager taking place on a very hot day (pun...not intended. At all.)

Despite being kind of confused over the fact that they are monologues and I am apparently in a guy's role (??), I actually really liked this a lot. The characters are great, especially later on in the tracks when you can hear the contrast between how ore-sama they were being before. The sounds...well...those are about what you can expect for audio dramas, so I've learned to just ignore them.

That being said, I'd definitely recommend this, simply because it's quite well done and more than worth a listen for those that like guy x guy relationships and uke voices.

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