At the tender age of 15, Kuroki Tomoko has already dated dozens and dozens of boys -- in dating games and romance shows. The sad truth is that she gets tongue tied just talking to people, which makes her entrance into the social pressure cooker of high school especially heinous and riddled with anxiety.
In Kuroki's mind she is the most interesting and beautiful girl there is. In reality, she's just a shy girl with a bit of a mean streak.
Kuroki's middle school friend wants to hang out, and in a mad dash to find things to gloat about, Kuroki forgets what true friendship is.
An afternoon downpour further sours Kuroki's day, and her scheme to catch her brother's cold goes awry.
Kuroki wonders why she STILL hasn't been molested on the train. Later, she asks her BFF Yu to help her buy cute panties.
Kuroki decides that the secret to being popular is to be shy and quiet. Later, she trains to become a cabaret girl.
Kuroki discovers that playing H-games makes her cuter. Later, she mounts a desperate search to find someone to go see the fireworks with.
Summer break is here, but Kuroki has no idea what to do. Later, she meets a male idol and has a few lines for him to say…
Kuroki's cousin Kii-chan is coming over to visit, so Kuroki must bitch herself up to show Kii-chan that she's cool!
Kuroki's summer is almost over, but she still has time to work at a cake shop, reminisce about childhood, and take in a meteor shower.
A new term brings about new seat assignments, and guess where Kuroki's moved to? Later, Tomoko steels her resolve and attempts to create a "Daily Life" Club.
Kuroki puts extra effort into trying to do the least amount of work at the school festival. Later, her friend Yuu visits and Kuroki gets an unexpected surprise.
Kuroki is determined to make something of her school year, hatching one final plan to grab people's attention. Later, she summons up all her courage to talk to Imae-san, the student council president.