This series is amazing!! And this week’s episode was…wonderful~
- There is no easy way to break someone’s heart, especially if that heart belongs to a dear friend; however, one must be honest and Ri-chan did just that in this episode. In…the most subtle way Ri-chan could find, she finally gave Kaoru an answer to his confession. She forgave him for stealing her first kiss, but…she couldn’t reciprocate his feelings. It was painful to see Kaoru’s heart breaking while Ri-chan confirmed that she liked someone else and thus she couldn’t say “yes” to his confession.
- I had mixed emotions/feelings during that scene. On the one hand, I was sad because Kaoru’s heart was breaking but on the other hand…Sen’s reaction when he heard that Riko liked someone…it gave me some hope regarding a possible Ri-chan x Sen pairing and I admit…I do like Ri-chan x Sen.
- This episode made me liked Sen so much more than before. :luv He is such a great guy and he has a heart of gold. He really cares about Kaoru…even though he admires Jun very much; I think Sen considers Kaoru his best friend.
- The meeting between Kaoru and his mom…was real and touching.
- It seems Kaoru and Ri-chan’s friendship is ready to be restored and I’m glad Kaoru’s heart has started to heal.
- Now…regarding Jun and his beautiful blue eyes, he has been missing for a month, I wonder where he is. And there were two important things we learned about Jun in this episode: 1) Yurika has totally fallen for Jun and has been sending him letters. 2) Jun is a ladies’ man.
After this awesome episode is going to be very hard to wait for the next one!!
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I understand your point now and yes, you might be right, maybe it is a cultural thing…Quote:
I don't know, I mean, a lot of american people are shy with their feelings, but when they finally say them, they make them clear and exact. I just don't see that in Manga. Its short of like how Japanese people rarely use the word Daisuki, and when they do its often a joke. More often, the most they will say to the one they love is Suki, so even though Daisuki is a closer translation of love, Suki is their limit.
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