Note 1: When Haruka says "Jiko Appeal", it can mean two things when spoken. Jiko Shoukai means self-introduction, while jiko means accident (as in a car accident) or something along those lines. Trying to adapt this in my translation, I made the two words sound similar with "Introduction" and "Destruction".
Note 2: Once again, a word play. Yukiho says "Otoko", which means man or men, while she meant to say "Ocha", which means tea (yes, and she gets ridiculed for her stupidity of this on the Japanese forums, since the 2 don't sound very alike). Unable to perfectly adapt this word play. I did my best and added teenage before boys, since teenage boys sounds like tea, at least for one syllable.
Note 3: Hibiki's famous way of talking includes saying "Jibun" or "myself" when saying "I", and adding "zo" and "sa" to the ends of her sentences. Trying to keep that uniqueness for at least one line, I wrote "Name's Hibiki Ganaha!"
Note 4: Makoto is always trying to be more girly. She thinks she should change the onomim of "BARI BARI" (crunching or working hard) to "PURIPURI" (in a huff, a cute puff of determination). There is no equivalent in English, so I took the stereotype of boys using damn and girls using darn.
Note 5: Finally, this is more of a culture note. It IS legal for teens to get married at age 15 with consent from all parents/guardians.
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