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顔面偏差値の差か、それとも日頃の行いのせいか、とにかく翔はいつも通り俺の隣でモテまくる。

まあ今に始まった話じゃないけど、翔のヤツこれでよく色々と億劫にならないな。

Context: 翔 is being popular with the ladies at the moment.

Maybe its cuz of his good looks, or how he conducts himself on a daily basis, anyways, kakeru like always, is beside me with the girls fawning over him.

... or maybe what I just said isn't the case, kakeru, this bastard, must (want/) to be so variously annoying. (kakeru is the host of a meetup, and probably doesn't want to get the way of the development of possible relationships).

Is the speaker not wanting 翔 to これでよく色々と億劫 or is the speaker saying that 翔 doesn't want to これでよく色々と億劫?

The latter makes more logical sense but the sentence still feels very strange.

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    「まあ今に始まった話ではないけど」は "maybe what I just said isn't the case" て意味じゃないです。。 "That's nothing new" とか "This is not the first time" みたいな意味です – Chocolate Sep 4 '18 at 5:18
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「(よく/よくも) ~~~~(ね/な)」 is a commonly used phrasing that indicates amazement at how someone is able to accomplish something, although not always on a positive note.

あんなに汚かった部屋をよくこんなに綺麗に掃除できたね。

It's amazing how you were able to clean up such a messy room.

目の前で90歳のおばあさんが立っているのによくもすわっていられるな。

It's amazing how you can stay seated when there's a 90 year old grandma standing right in front of you.

So in this case,

よく色々と億劫にならないな。

would mean something close to

It's amazing how he doesn't get annoyed at all that

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    「...よくこんなに綺麗に掃除できた...」はおかしいです。「よくも~~」は "How dare you~~!" っていう negative な感じになるので、「よくも...掃除できた/した(ね)」とか言うと掃除したことに対して怒っている感じになります。「...よくこんなにきれいに掃除できたね」にした方がいいと思います。 – Chocolate Sep 4 '18 at 3:12
  • ご指摘ありがとうございます。修正致しました。 – Halfway Dillitante Sep 4 '18 at 3:19
  • Downvoter, any suggestions for improving answer would be appreciated. – Halfway Dillitante Sep 17 '18 at 9:53

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