>"Staff at a bowling alley. She's reserved, but quite beautiful. She doesn't even remember her name when she arrives at Quindecim."
she's a slut isn't she?
This is the simplest and most logic reasoning, but it just seems weird to me that souls can simply disappear. Maybe lost means reincarnated in a lower level, lost as in "lost the way" but this anime doesn't seem to believe there is a way. I'm just over thinking, probably.
She's going to be an alcoholic, spending her days in a bar having her glass refilled.
There's obviously something wrong with their system.
If they just had an elaborate post about the lives of the couple and posted the video of their game on an imageboard, everything would be far better.
/a/ is for /a/rbiter after all.
So in nutshell, the thing we learned from episode 2 is
>Machiko is best waifu who sacrifice herself for her husband
>The husband is easily misunderstood asshole who murder his wife and unborn child
Is that right?
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Decim fucked up and didn't see the facade the Machiko put up at the end.
Takashi dishonorable and shameful display
Machiko was the most dignified human out of all.
>episode about couple
>they are lovey dovey perfect lovers
>she convinces ginko that they both deserves reincarnation
>we finds out they are horrible persons and she was tricked because she's naive
No. What we learned is that they're lives didn't matter because they were just pawns so Nona can test Onna.
So what we really learned this episode is
>Husband and Wife are shafted
>Onna is going to get wasted
>It's still okay to go gay for Decim
>Nona a best
Oh and it still has OPOTS but that's been obvious since episode 1.
Saying he holds responsibility for their deaths because he physically started shit while driving isn't calling him a murderer. People are only saying murder in this thread now to shitpost.
From the last thread since I don't want to see someone argue about it later.
-Machiko was shown sleeping with a guy with the wedding ring on.
-Takashi was already suspicious about Machiko when he heard those rumors on the wedding day which happened ON the day of the wedding
-Onna was implied to be almost spot on except for the highly optimistic WHAT IF she said at the end
-Nona strongly said/implied that Takashi has trust issues.
Theory: With Decim saying that the rumor could be possibly be wrong then it's highly plausible that what drove Machiko to cheat on Takashi was his cold and untrustful ways.
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Please do ignore and report them.
>gets told by Decim
>he was already angry about her involvement in his judgings
>he's cold as fuck and looks down at her
>she breaks down crying
I can feel the edge through my veins
Wow fuck episode 2. It really shat on everything good the first episode did. I don't want this character analyzing shit for me so she can compliment Decim. I want to analyze it myself and draw my own conclusion. That's the feeling I got from the OVA and the 1st episode while the ending gave away exactly what happened the reasons behind it weren't clear.
Now it's the opinion of some stiff in a bar whether or not someone is reincarnated or goes to nothingness..and he got it WRONG? This is whole scene a mess.
This looks so cozy, I wouldn't mind working here as an assistant to Nona.
He would have mindbroken himself though. He is just that kind of person. I know someone like this in real life. Luckily he never had a relationship but he will fuck that up royally when he finally does for this exact reason. Hopefully he does not kill his wife and child because of it.
What we learned is that they're both imperfect people who made mistakes. Although I guess we already knew that.
I don't think either of them really did anything worth being condemned to the eternal void or whatever, but somebody had to go. That's just how it works, I guess.
And I feel like you guys are jumping to conclusions when you act like Machiko's fate being a mistake somehow means she actually did nothing wrong and Takashi did everything wrong. It seems a lot more muddled to me. They both fucked up. You can make a case for either of them deserving the void. But Machiko legitimately tried to repair the damage as best she could at the end, and I think that's ultimately what made them (or Onna, at least; Nona seemed to see a deeper problem with Takashi) think she was probably the slightly better of the two.
He should have also brought it upon himself. They both deserve the void. It is not so much the problem of her going to the void but rather him not being sent. He did everything wrong AND was unrepentant. She was wrong and was repentant. If you believe there is no such thing as redemption they must both be damned. If you believe in redemption she should get at least a slightly lighter sentence.
Well ignoring the is machiko a slut or not debate, anyone else decide to look up the BRADIO's other songs, they're pretty good.
Only if they stop the retarded spoonfeeding. It has potential if it focuses more on the world the afterlife is set in as well as the characters and if it has at least better 'moral' dilemmas instead of the blubbering clusterfuck the couple was.
And wading in the water. And listening to the birds. I wonder if it rains there, I guess it must unless that's a sort of natural spring. So comfy. I want to cook for Nona and eat together in her house.
She was the instigator of the entire mess in the first place since it was her that caused him to start to have doubts about his wife and suspect her of cheating.
The only thing he is guilty of was trusting her and now this incident if he does ever remember it is validate his stance on not trusting people
Who cares, I'd fuck her. Hard.
Did you legitimately dislike the episode or are you just mad that you were wrong about the wife being a villainous whore like you wanted her to be, and the guy being a perfect 10/10 husbando who did nothing wrong?
I have a new setting for my daydreams I think.
So, I didn't see the 2nd episode myself, so I feel the need to ask, is Void confirmed to be hell? 'cause if you go by the way of Budhissm, getting reincarnated is the bad thing. That being said, will watch Episode 2 later on for sure, I'm curious about staff interactions.
>I bet there's a fucking rave party in that elevator when the boss isn't around.
Confirmed for accurate.
I would laugh so hard if they discovered he'd been doing this.
>his face when
The episode destroyed everything ep 1 and ova had good with the spoonfeeding. The 'wife is inocent' also played a part. If she was cheater from beggining (if she was matchy) it'd made the whole episode fall into place and have more meaning. The way it's all its just some... cheap drama.
Fuck pairs. Fuck couples. Fuck drama.
I want to see the two elevators filled to the brim with people who all died at the same time.
Usual introductions start and the game of choice is football so it can accommodate so many people. Decim becomes the autistic referee and all the mannequins are made to act like a roaring crowd.
All the memories of their death are practically forgotten as they enter a rip roaring hotblooded match. After the match they all line up and sh- Oh wait shit. This isn't a sports shounen.
It would probably be the reason why he sends everybody to the void. He is tired of humans and their shit but enjoys the Ayy Lamo too much to blow the universe up. So he just voids every human for laughs.
That is besides the fucking point. It isn't a case if he was wrong or not. It's that the guy DID NOT trust her, so how the fuck are people thinking he trusted her? Makes no sense.
It kind of sounds like they're saying self-enlightenment at 'now we're flying'-
What is it with Decim and mannequins? I mean I get he likes to use them to scare people but I think he's too into them. He needs another hobby, or a holiday away from that bar.
>lotus flowers and Buddhist imagery but void is actually the bad end
>heaven and hell is just something they say so people have a more
concrete image of what they're fighting for
>still no confirmation of the actual end game after life
World building when? I'm just hoping that the setting they're in is an actual hodgepodge of different religions.
I can't believe there are still people who are defending the cheating. She was trash. Absolute irredeemable garbage.
The husband was a piece of work himself but none of that is justification for the wife's betrayal.
If anything, he is pitiful because his suspicions that she was a cheater at heart were proven correct.
There is never a justification for it you fucking cucks.
The big problem I have with this show is the two whores who sided with the wife. Only one time? Terrible message and failure to address the severity of the matter.
Again, both characters were shit but in hindsight you have a distrustful(can't blame him for it) fuck and a deceitful whore. They both seemed to 'care' about the other but not enough to properly address their problems. Machiko had the bigger failings ultimately and void was the right decision.