>Subaru: “It's okay if you don't trust me ...It's hard, but I get it. You have no memory whatsoever, I smell like someone you can't forgive, and you have no reason to trust me. I understand why you can't trust me and want to keep me away.”
>Subaru: “But I'm waiting for you to come back. ...It's true that there are people who care about you. If you hate me, you don't have to talk to me. I'll put up with you shaking off my hand. But please don't try to leave me.”
>Subaru: “I’m asking you… please don’t shut me out of your life.”
>His pleading voice trembled, and his eyes looked clouded with tears.
>Teardrops slowly seeped out of his eyes, and he couldn't tell which was the reason for them: his shame at himself, or his plea to Rem.
>It was just pathetic. It was ridiculous.
>Even if she hadn't given up on him yet, she should now because of this ridiculous plea.
>―He couldn’t help it, he kept showing his pathetic state in front of Rem.
>It was a sight that Emilia, Beatrice, and the rest of his companions would never be able to see.
>At the very least, Subaru had made a deliberate effort to avoid showing this to his companions. Whether he was actually able to do so or not, he did so.
>He had decided that the only time he would show his weakness was in front of Rem.
>However, this didn’t mean that he wanted Rem, who had no memories, was unreliable, and was helpless in a foreign land, to bear the burden of Natsuki Subaru.
>Hearing Subaru's disgusting plea, Rem didn't say a word.
>Even so, Subaru didn't take his eyes that were clouded with tears off her, nor did she try to look away from him.
>Thus, a moment of silence fell between them―,
>Rem: “I didn’t try to abandon you.”
>Said Rem, faltering and choosing her words carefully.
>This was an attitude that Rem had never shown to Subaru up to this point.
Subaremkino on the menu boys.