ProfAllister wrote:It's because Hisao's a shallow jerk. He ignores all the other girls with less than perfect proportions, hence the lack of interest in Miki, Suzu, Rika, etc.
Or maybe they just weren't interested in him. In almost all the cases, it's the girl that starts talking with him first (Hanako being the exception.)
Circumstances kind of forced the meetings, though. None of the girls exactly introduced themselves directly; except Shizune and Misha, but that was sort of made their job.
Emi literally slams into him in the hallway. In terms of 'meet cute' you don't get much more neutral than that. You could argue later meetings weren't necessary, but they were the result of Nurse's directive to seek out physical activity - Emi just happened to be there.
He blunders into the room with Lilly. Looking for the library, of all things, Hisao stumbles into the room and basically stays to ask for directions. Her introduction comes closest to being direct, though she certainly didn't seek him out.
He's sent to the art room for supplies where he meets Rin. Being the only person in the room, and not knowing the lay of the land, he asks her about the supplies. The ensuing situation just happened naturally, strange as it seemed.
He happens to take a seat right next to the Student Council. Now, they're obviously the first ones to talk to him (so to speak), but it's really their job - kinda. Showing the new guy around, making sure he doesn't get lost, and informing him how things work are in their job description. Their desire to seek out assistance with Council work fueled their pursuit of his attention more than any romantic reason, initially.
Hanako really is the only one Hisao approaches directly. However, that first meeting goes awry, and could have been an abrupt end to all their future communications. It's by happenstance that Hanako is with Lilly for their second meeting, and, in that case, it's kismet again.