If Horo ends up being a trap, that's it. I'm going to quit watching anime. Not that I have anything against traps, but fuck, there's a limit.>>9736785
She's teasing him. Tsun = verbally abusive and projecting the opposite of her true feelings, out of embarrassment and not knowing how to deal with the situation / worrying about what others might think, while secretly hoping he'll tear off her clothes and j-j-jam it in all night long.
Horo has her shit together. There's nothing shy or squeamish about her. She knows the score, and is teasing him, not pushing him away.