>hey wanna come over to cook for me tonight?
>ok, anon, I'd love to
>actually go ahead so I can keep talking to this hot girl
>I-I can wait with you anon
>go already, also I expect dinner to be ready when I get home
Are there people on /a/ who seriously defend this?
I honestly can't decide whether I'd rather Hatoko or Tomoyo winning. I love both of them, yet whenever one of them gets closer with MC, I feel heartbroken for the other one.
Maybe I'll go for a third option and pick the cutie StuCo pres.
>come over and cook
Does this happen? For some reason I can't remember any time someone has cooked at another person's apartment unless it was a communal thing like making chestnut rice in Hidamari.
That wasn't how it went down at all. You are throwing context out of the window. Most of the fault was Hatoko's and you can't argue it the other way around. She exploded because of her bottled up feelings, and the trigger for that wasn't the MC's fault.
This. It's obvious OP is a butthurt Hatokofag shifting the blame even though Hatoko was in the wrong. Andou have some fault, but they're minor compared to Hatoko who misled him on for years. That and she got jealous, which was the trigger.
The scene was not so drastically. Having regard thus the protagonist was very cruel.
>They were childhood friends.
>He always spoke to her about the things he liked
>He always helped her when she needed him.
>He was communicating with Tomoyo and she was unbearable questioning EVERYTHING when she knows she will not understand anything.
The same scene viewed from another perspective.
However, I love Hatoko, and love as she told it all straight.
But it doesnt look good on Trigger profile.
I mean just look chuu2, same shitty chuu2 rom com but it sold many times more.
IP owners might be less inclined to give Trigger high profile series in the future.
Clearly he said that one line with that tone because it's what you do when someone cooks for you just because she likes you, right. At least pay some respect when you ask for help, instead of being so blunt.
>not knowing Japanese
Is it me or is the voice acting kinda shit in general? Obviously, that one scenestands out as being good but in general. It's hard to explain. Almost everyone seems to add 'H's to the end of their sentences like they're breathing out after every phrase.
Did you even watched the whole show? They have been childhood friends since early elementary school, and it's implied she (Hatoko) had over to cook at times in the past. They're close enough to be past politeness and are casual with each other. How MC treats her is very much like a childhood friend who's "special" to him since they have an emotional connection.
In the scene that's the subject of this talk, MC apologized for letting her do all the work and asked if he could helped her. And he had something on his mind that he wanted to talk to her about, but got interrupted by a text from the other main girl (Tomoyo). The MC and Hatoko had a lighthearted exchanged about the text and who it was. But the thing here, Hatoko persists in her pestering about what the two did and what they're texting about. At first, the MC tried to turned her away nicely and jokingly, but, again, she bugged him ,and that eventually let him retreat into his disappointed feelings about her inability to understand about chuuni. After he said that line, she exploded, even though he had always told her that in the past and she knows that it is true and something that can't be helped.
>The MC and Hatoko had a lighthearted exchanged about the text and who it was
No they didn't since MC flat denied to tell her anything because of the secret. He could have solved it in a better way but he fucked up.
After this you simply shift the events to your liking, so I stopped reading. You are a fag who doesn't want to argue, just bait others so there you have your IM MAD reply. Have fun. I'm out.
Oh yeah, that's right. He did wanted to talk to her about something that has been on his mind right there, but Hatoko's curiosity, which stemmed from her growing jealously, made her want to know what Andou and Tomoyo were doing. And after that, he got the text.
Right, nice mad. You don't remember the scene at all. They had an exchange before MC denied her with the line about not understanding. Andou tried to put her off nicely and jokingly, but she made him escalate into telling her she wouldn't understand. If she didn't kept bugging him, he most likely wouldn't have said that. She is the one trying to butt into a world she doesn't understand, and this isn't something new to her, so she already knows how Andou is going to react, yet she persists anyways.
To invoke empathy argument means you have to be empathic to the MC too. So why aren't you defending the MC when OP is blatantly misconstrued the context. At least I'm being more objective.
If you are going to change the whole argument of the scene I will collaborate saying that this was what I understood
-Shut the fuck up and Cook me. I was all afternoon talking to Tomoyo and can't fuck her, makes me hungry.
>Will you go out with me, Anon?
>7 volumes in 12 episodes
has KLK taught Trigger nothing about what pacing is?
Decline because I fear intimacy.
Did you? That was what he believed. Hatoko believed it was entirely her fault too. Character ignorance is at play. We the viewers would know better. Both are at fault, the majority of the blame is definitely Hatoko's.
It's basically typical chuuni high school shit except for the fact that their powers are real and no prominent character shown in the show is boring or bad from a character analysis point of view.
Andou is a fun lead but also questions his lifestyle and debates throughout the show the purpose and cons of his chuuni you while the girls designs are all fairly distinct, aside from Sayumi being the typical fujoshut ojou-san, and their interactions are really enjoyable to watch.
Honestly I thought this was going to be complete shit and was going to pass it, but then I saw threads for episode 2, picked it up and was shocked as to how well written the dialogue was, in comaprison to other recent shows in its genre.
tl;dr it's a 6/10 but if you like the characters after episode 3 you'll love the rest of the show especially episode 7
Both is at fault at some level. Being a decent human being and also have japan beta-faggotry in their blood led them to believe that they're both at fault. Neither is incorrect at that when they felt guilt.
Because if he himself admitted it then it's a fact.
This is my opinion on this from the beginning, but there's always the ones who try to bait with blaming it all on her.
What does any of that have to do with the argument using empathy?
You know the argument was that most of the fault is Hatoko's, right? I haven't been proven wrong yet on this.
Hatoko a best. A BEST.
>hey guess what I just thought of something incredibly awesome
>what is it?
>dont worry about it
andoufags will defend this
>their staff are extremely experienced and well-known
Their top dogs are. The animator grunts on the other hand, they were actually pretty inexperienced and green and gave Sushio headaches during KLK because it took them a while to "get" it.
Don't forget the paizuri.
And that voice during ear-cleaning sessions.
Why did Hatoko say she did something mean to Tomoyo? Expressing her feelings out loud isn't mean. Isn't it better to be open with her feelings about Andou so there is no misunderstanding and torn friendships later down the road?
>How is this anime anyways?
It's overall a mediocre viewing experience.
The girls are cute, so if you're not a faggot that should be enough reason to watch or at least give it a try.
Storywise, it's kind of a mixed bag. It's occasionally surprisingly insightful if it talks about chuuni analytically, but these moments are rare. It has this super powers layer tacked on, which feels really out of place. Also, like many shows of that kind it involves romance drama due to conflict between the harem members which ruins the mood. Harems are best if the harem members are fine with being in a harem, or at least aren't too seriously competing against each other, with tears flowing, drama and that sort of thing.