Mirai: Ken-senpai, you look a lot like Mina-san. Your eyes are so beautiful, they look like red crystals. You two also have the same fangs.
Ken: Hmm, you mean those?
Ken: Yes, because I’m a predator.
Ken: And you’re my victim, bite!
Mirai: Senpai, that tickles!
Ken: Why are you giggling? I’m going to eat you.
Ken: K-Kurenai-san!! Hello! Y…You’re back!
Mirai: Ah, mom!
Kurenai: Hi, Ken. Do you want to stay for dinner?
Ken: Yes, please!
Kurenai: I heard you guys are going to the beach. Mirai rarely travels, so I‘m really happy that she’s going to take some rest. It will be good for her.
Ken: Yeah, don’t worry, I’ll take care of her.
Well…Actually, that’s not what I’m worried about, but…
Kurenai: You guys are…using protection, right?…
Kurenai: I’m asking because you guys are still young. If you don’t use protection, you may get pregnant…
Mirai: What are you talking about, Mom!?
Kurenai: I’m not saying that you’re not allowed to do those kinds of things. I used to be young too, so I know how you guys are feeling…
Mirai: S-senpai, water!
Kurenai: It’s okay. I just said it because I was worried. I’m not going to forbid you anything…
Mirai: Stop talking, mom!
Me and Ken-senpai haven’t done that yet!! This trip isn’t just for the two of us! Our friends are coming too and I‘m sharing a room with Mibuna-senpai!
Kurenai: Eh! ..Is that so? ..T-that’s it…
Kurenai: Ken, would you like more rice? You used to eat a lot ever since you were a child.
Ken: Oh, yes! T..Then one more, please!
Mina: What? You’re asking me for permission to move out?
Mina: In the past, you moved from one village to another before you decided to move back to your parents place. Now you’re telling me that you want to move out and live all by yourself, Ken-chan?
Mina: I really want to cry. Why does my only child not want to live close to his parents?
Ken: Don’t say that momm… I’m still going to live nearby and visit you as often as I can.
Kakashi: Come on, Mina. Ken is a grown up man now who has a girlfriend. It’s not strange for him to want to have his own place so he can be alone.
Mina: So what? Can’t he be a grown up man and still live with his parents?
Ken: (Dad, help me…)
Mina: Is that so.. alright.. I got it.
Ken: What are you whispering about?
Mina: Don’t forget to use protection.
Ken: It’s not like that, mom!