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It's Easy to Take Care of a Live-in Hero!Chapter 14.2

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Translator: mii

Editors: sleepchaser, con tL7Z9e


Sig made a puzzled expression, and I realized that I had stared at him for too long.

I hurried to smooth it over, a smile blooming on my face. “By the way, what’s the age that someone becomes recognized as an adult?”

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“Thirty years old.”

“Eh…” wfDqav

That’s quite late. Maybe the average life expectancy was longer in Sig’s world?

When I asked him about that, I learned most of the people there had a life expectancy of 130 years. It was just as I had expected.

If I converted his age of forty-five into the average eighty year life expectancy from my world, he should be… around twenty-seven years old, right? Now that I had thought about it, he wasn’t that much older than me. I could accept his youthful appearance.

“You’re twenty- five, right, Minoru?”

nDRKH

“Yes. Where I come from, you are considered an adult at twenty years old.”

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“I see… So you’re legally an adult, huh?” Sig said, stroking my head. He didn’t seem to be aware that he was treating me like a child.

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Sig suddenly moved in front of me and took both of my hands. “Minoru, I want to entrust you with my name. My real name,” he said. His purple eyes pierced straight into me, his expression serious.

My eyes went wide at his unexpected words, and feeling awkward, I tilted my head. “Real… name?”

“‘Sig’ is an abbreviation.” j2rtDz

In other words, it was like a nickname. That meant his “real name” was his formal name, right?

I blinked, and blinked again, silent. Sig gripped my hands as if panicking. It was a little painful.

“I should have done this earlier… Can I entrust it to you?”

“Entrusting” his name… Did he mean I had to remember it? What a unique way of phrasing it. k0Clxs

“Ah, sure. What is your real name?”

At my nod, Sig’s eyes sparkled the same way they had when I had talked about the bridge before. He let out a slow breath.

“It’s Sigmund.”

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Such a long name. Is that why he went by ‘Sig’? He had a cool name. 5k4sw

“It’s amazing,” I said, letting him know my thoughts. As soon as I had done so, Sig’s purple eyes narrowed into the softest smile he’d ever shown me. “Thank you. Please take care of me from now on as well, Minoru.”

I didn’t really understand what was happening, but he looked like he was in a good mood… Well, wasn’t it fine?

We got out of the water and had our lunch at the shore. Today’s meal consisted of various rice balls, chicken cutlet sandwiches, candied lemon slices, and the strawberries we had harvested yesterday There was also a bottle of lemon water.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve had peaceful days like this,” said Sig as I handed him a cup of lemon water. His long, golden lashes glittered in the sunlight. “All that I want is here. I’m surprised how fulfilling this world is.” His gaze shifted from the green of the forest to the waterfall, over the organised lunch boxes, and finally met with mine. GlMtuP

It seemed that the hero who had saved his world liked this tiny world.

“I’m surprised you’re not greedier.”

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“I can be more greedy if you want me to be.”

“I think it’s okay if you are. This place is basically a garden made custom for you.” WmdCJI

We laughed at almost the same time.

Later that night, I opened my notebook as usual, recording my income and expenses alone in the small living room. Meanwhile, Sig was in the bathroom.

After returning from the spring, we had planted parsley for the second time as we weeded the field. When I let one of the chickens try some, it seemed quite fond of the parsley. By the way, they still hadn’t laid any eggs. The instruction manual that came with the chickens said to check the chickens on the seventh day. Because that was when you could tell if they’d lay eggs.

I thought I’d cleared a fair bit of weeds from the field to date. I finally received the title “Weed PhD” for my “Environment” stat yesterday. At the same time, a book materialized in my hands, which had the same mechanic as the recipes. wZWFtl

The title was “Living with Grass.” It almost felt like the book was mocking me for being a “herbivorous” man.

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Even so, it was worrying that I was earning less PT from the “Horticulture” and “Cooking” categories compared to “Environment” and “Care.” This week, let’s put more effort into increasing my environment level.

I could manage somehow with horticulture, but in the end cooking was still a problem…

As I took notes about my future plans, my smartphone rang. jYnLIN

Not the sound of a notification, but an actual incoming call.

“Yes, this is Ashiya!” I said, jumping to answer it after a moment of confusion.

“Hey, Minoru. I’m sorry I’ve ignored you for a while.”

It was the message from God I had been waiting for. 9nGPx7


The names of the chickens: Mustard, Millet, Paprika, Lemon, and Baked Potato

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34 comments

  1. … You just got burned by not understanding the significance of wine at dinner. Is it so difficult to realize that there was an unusual level of gravitas just to tell you his name? Come on Minoru!Also… had it been said before that Sigmund was his name? Or is that just an assumption I made…

  2. Haha omg. I’m kind of hoping Minoru just accidentally accepted a marriage proposal xD These guys are so cute and Minoru’s apparent obliviousness is so cute lol. He’s gonna end up wifey before we know it 🤣 officially that is lol.

  3. I just wonder if Sig took advantage of Minoru’s obliviousness or if he actually didn’t know that Minoru wasn’t catching up.

    And Minoru you…..why don’t you sense the imminent danger? XD

    Thanks for the chapter~🌸

    (I think the chickens’s names are funny lol)

  4. I was thinking that sig giving true name was a kinda traditional costom in their world.. like in marriage costom (intrusting their real name with their spouse) saying I’m yours only😘😘

  5. They’re chickens, why the hell did he name it after food?

    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    Anyways, he should’ve asked Sig what “entrusting his name” means.

    He should’ve learn from the previous event…

    Oh well.

    Thank you for the update ❤️

  6. There’s definitely a hidden meaning under ‘Entrusting your real name’ to someone else.

    Like if you have the real name of someone you become their Master/Partner <- This is solely based on other stuff I read before

  7. Are they married now? Minoru didn’t learn lol When Sig asked such a strange question why don’t ask for the reason? Ahahaha…

    Thx for the ch \(≧▽≦)/

  8. [chokes] I… I really can’t understand this dumbass, ah. You remember you’re from different worlds and yet you keep completely forgetting there might be cultural differences?!

    Minoru!! Are you really an author?!? Think about the consequences of your absent actions!!

  9. minoru has dug himself into another pit.

    giving your formal name may mean nothing in our world, it is what we do when we conduct transactions, but from the way Sig sounded giving Minoru his formal name should mean something. Minoru *tsk tsk tsk* haven’t you learned yet from the wine pouring incident XD

  10. Minoru.. aigoo.

    You just went with the whole wine-shebang thing and you didn’t even try to ask Sig what are the differences with your culture as well.

    No. You didn’t even try to ask the weirdness you felt when he wanted to ‘entrust his name’ to you!

    AHHHHHHHHHH *fist pounding*

  11. I love the chickens’ names, hahaha.

    Ohhhh, Sigmund, huh? That’s great. But don’t get greedy before Minoru is ready, eh!

    Thanks for the chapter!

  12. “Weed PhD” why does that sound like a professional cocaine dealer or something

  13. Hi, sorry to bother you, but I came from novelupdate because there’s an update notification, but I can’t open the chapter or find it in the website. Perhaps it’s an error or something. thanks in advance.

  14. Minoru, are you really a manga artist?????? I always thought (and from personal experience too) that authors tend to have wild imaginations, but why are you not catching on to narrative tropes???? You already accidentally fell into the wine pit??? facepalm Maybe this is why he got deserialized…? concern