Based on: Original
This is an original CD by Stellaworth (a webshop for everything otome) so only available through their own shop. Osananajimi no Kare (Osananajimi is a childhood friend) are two CDs that start the same but take a different turn. In the 'white' route everything is cute and sweet, while in the 'black' route he turns quite jealous...
But this is the white route. When you meet your childhood friend on your way home and you decide go home together (he is your neighbour after all). You get a phone call on the way home but decide to ignore it. After some awkwardness you agree to go on a date the next day.
The two of you go to a riverside that you used to visit when you were in high school (both of you are in college now). A lot of reminiscing about all kinds of things from when you were young ensues. I like the scene where he suddenly carries you around, somehow it was very cute. That, and I like the sound they use when you hit him xD
Like I mentioned before you're neighbours, and apparently your bedroom windows are opposite of each other, and the balcony close enough to step from one onto the other (so much cliché, I love it). So that night he (I hate it when someone doesn't have a name xD) comes over to talk. What follows are a love confession and a very sudden sleep over.
The last track is some very cute pillow talk. Interestingly enough he mentions a few things (that he kept all the, rather embarrassing, letters you wrote as a child for example) that are used again in the black route.
Like the title implies, this is a completely sweet and cute story. Although, things are getting pretty intimate during your little sleepover (luckily the track fades out at the right moment). I liked the CD, the childhood friend setting is pretty cliché, but somehow it never loses it's charm. Although, I do wonder where someone who only had eyes for you his entire life gets the experience to... ah well, details xD
A very cute CD. It's pretty short too, only about 30min, so perfect to listen to as a snack (I am now comparing drama CD's with food, great xD). If you want to listen to the 'black' route one as well I recommend listening to this one first. The pacing feels a bit better and some things are explained a bit better in my opinion. But if you don't feel like listening to the other one, this is a perfect standalone story as well.