He's one, though only in the manga. (At least on screen, anyways.)
Our lord and savior had sex with the red haired Mary Magdaline. Praise Jesus Yamato.
If consider that snippet from the pre-publication version canon. (But only virtual sex, kay?)
Surprised there wasn't mention of the manliest of all haram protagonists.
well, it wasnt HER room...
It's pretty much confirmed she wants to clean red carpet.
>A friend helps you get over your feelings for your faggot ex you were never officially dating, so you must be attracted to her now because empirical reasoning!
Shippers gonna ship.
Except it wasn't like Kyouko was actively helping her. All Sayaka did was learn about Kyouko. Something stronger than the feelings she had for Kyousuke are now directed at Kyouko. And if what was directed at Kyousuke was romantic feelings then something stronger would be even greater romantic feelings.
You don't understand how emotions work. You don't need romantic feelings to be replaced by other romantic feelings for the first to go away. Further the idea that romantic feelings are somehow stronger than friendship is absurd. You can have weak romantic feelings vs strong friendship. Or even strong romantic feelings vs even stronger friendship. There's no mathematical formula of emotions where x emotion is stronger than y emotion.
>Alpha == Fucking bitches
You're dependent on women, so you are no than a beta who happens to get some fuck every so often or as long your money flows into them.
A true alpha is not dependent on women. An alpha might ignore women and stay virgin (or go full homo), or use them and toss them away like used tissue paper.
One who cares about their sexual status, is by definition, not alpha but beta.
>or use them and toss them away like used tissue paper
>implying that's not exactly what I do
The naive virgin ones are the best, it's hilarious how clingy and depressed they get after you pump and dump them.
Yes, love is a stronger emotion than friendship. And it just comes down to basic chemistry. Love is a stronger reaction in the brain than friendship. But this is not to say that friendship can't be stronger through sheer volume. But it's love(1) vs friendship(1) then love will win every time.
And yes is mathematical formulas for it.
Love is nothing but a chemical reaction. We are not special magical snow flakes.
Anyway, you are right about one thing. Romantic feelings do not have to be replaced by other romantic feelings, but in this case that is what happened. And proof of it is that Sayaka said she had no regrets in the context of romantically losing Kyousuke, and then claimed that she did regret leaving Kyouko behind. If she just got over him that would be one thing, but she did more than that by want to be with Kyouko.
Being a chemical reaction doesn't invalidate what I said, nor give you a formula for it. If there was a perfect correlation between the intensity of the reactions in our brain and the emotional state produced, things would be a lot simpler to figure out. Nor does what Sayaka said about regretting leaving Kyouko behind imply romantic feelings. It's only natural to regret living a close friend behind.
If you want to ship them fine, but you have to understand it's pretty much yuribait and it's very unlikely there will be a canon yuri end for anyone.
I hate dealing with retards like you. Do you understand that all, no exception, chemical reactions have a formula? That's how it fucking works. Please go back to highschool and take basic chemistry. Not being aware of the formula != there not being one.
Your whole argument is basically "No your wrong because I don't understand!"
You just keep saying "no ur rong, it doesn't work that way" but oddly enough that's not actually a real counter point. You have to give supporting evidence.
And again, there are many many other phrases and words you can use to express the same thing as "regret." Yet that term was used for both Kyousuke and Kyouko. So it clearly means something. Even more so when you take into account this is the series of Madoka; where they pay attention to minor details.
Rape also counts right?
You really make your point when you start calling people retards.
The brain is much more complex than just chemical reactions. There's quite a bit going on up there in addition. The way the brain cells are structured, the electrical signaling, and a set of very complex chemical reactions. This can probably be modeled someday, but not today. A chemical formula detailing the reaction is not going to do it. If you want evidence, a simple look at the wiki page for the human brain will suffice. It's very complex and cannot be reduced so easily.
I'm sorry if you feel my argument is just me saying you're wrong, but you have to understand when someone is taking a position opposite yours, part of that is claiming the one you hold is wrong. I believe I have explained why. If you disagree, I don't think much can be done about it. I'm not exactly sure what evidence you could expect in a case like this when we're discussing our interpretations of the scenes in question.
Using the same term is not really indicative of anything though. The issue of regrets was a big part of Sayaka's character. You do remember the series where she said she wouldn't have any regrets? It's pretty important for her, so that's why the phrase was used.
Though since it's obvious you do not care to remain civil, I see no reason in continuing this discussion. I bid you good day.
I had to go through the entire chain to see what you fucking cancerous retards were arguing about, and of course it's Madoka. Of course.
Please slit your wrists and die. This is why we don't want you here.
Go back to reddit or /u/ or whatever other shithole you came from. You're not welcome here.
When you paint yourself as retard expect to be called one. If you had even glanced over that link I provided you'd know you're wrong.
>the electrical signaling
And do you think we have batteries in our brains or something? Where do you think those electricity comes from? That's right, chemical reactions. And how do you think the brain' structure is formed? That's right. As a result of multiple chemical reactions. You have no clue at all what you're talking about.
You haven't said anything at all. You've stated what you think with no backing to it at all. And again, you explained what you think. But what you think doesn't actually mean anything unless you can support it with evidence, which you have not done. And no, telling me other things you think is not evidence.
She said she had no regrets for Kyousuke, even more so she said this after talking about he and Hitiomi were together. This has a specific connotation.
And the reason you're being insulted is because you're doing something stupid. You are getting proven wrong, and then making a new things and shifting goal posts as you go.
You're a want-to-be intellectual try-hard. Because at first you tried to claim there was no science to emotions, then you claimed there was we just can't measure, then you tried to say it was a chemical reaction without a formula, which is bar non the dumbest thing I've heard today. So you clearly have no intention of admitting you're wrong about anything and will only endlessly shift goal posts until you've deluded yourself into thinking you're correct.