What is your prediction for the last episode
What would you like to see in the last episode
Osomatsu will probably realize that even though he feels bad about the whole moving out thing, he has to let it go for his brothers' happiness, very much like he helped Jyushi with AV-chan even though he was jealous. I have no clue how are we supposed to get back to the status quo in a satisfying way, though, I just don't want them pulling a 'It was all a dream!' stunt.
Them all getting back together but not totally erasing any progress. Having some work scenarios does make for some new skit ideas in s2.
Assuming there is an S2 (which I can't see not happening, Osomatsu prints money), I'd like them all to go live at Choro or Totty's apartment, have the same general structure of S1 but have them not be NEET (but still do shit like the Kerosene and Mahjong episodes) and just involve them working at various things.
Hopefully Jyushi, Totty, Ichi, and Oso can pull it together a bit more. Jyushi is absolutely not in a safe work environment.
So like Sanimatsu but not depressing.
Osomatsu was the one who stopped his brothers from following Jyushi and messing with him in that episode though
God imagine going to sleep with two people by your side, being used to loud snores and warm feet.
And then one day, silence. You're sleeping alone, the bed is cold. You have so much space for yourself, but you're so used to sleeping with 6 other people you unconsciously stay in the same place as always.
Not that anon, but here have some more suffering.
Are you determined to post this every single thread?
Didn't he say earlier in the show that he's fine as long as he has his brothers?
He no longer has his brothers. Three of them moved out, Jyushimatsu was obviously his best friend and he left, and Osomatsu is too depressed to even speak anymore.
Ichimatsu lost everything.
>you will never find Ichi alone in a dark alleyway surrounded by ravenous hobos with lust in their eyes
>you will never intervene and walk him home gently
>you will never run a warm bath for him
>you will never press your fingers into his oily locks as you vigorously shampoo them
>you will never scrub the grime away from his pallid NEET skin
>you will never dry every inch of him
>you will never pass him over warm, clean clothes
>you will never cook him hearty and filling soup
>you will never see him express uncertainty as he lips the spoon to his lips, yet then hear him mumble how delicious it is
>you will never see him glance shyly over at you
>you will never pat his head reassuringly
>you will never feel him initially seize up out of awkwardness then start to enjoy your pats
Just kill me now senpai.
They've went out of their way to reference almost everything that has happened in this show with the exception of AV-chan. Although I can understand how reintroducing her would completely change the dynamics it's interesting that they're very intentionally not even alluding to her existence anymore
He's got enough fat on him to sustain him for a little while longer
I want to see a timeskip with all of the brothers grown up, eating at Chibita's new restaurant and recanting tales of old.
Then Osomatsu comes in, apologizing for his tardiness, and introduces his new wife to everyone.
It's not Totoko.
Her episode was pretty critical to Jyushimatsu's character development but tone-wise it hasn't fit anything else in the show except for the current episode. I remember people wondering why she wasn't in Iyami Kart, as if watching her get blown up by the Final Dayon would have been fitting or good for her character.
I think they left her alone just because she was so meaningful that bringing her back in gag episodes wouldn't be good.
ESP Nyanko was also crucial to Ichimatsu's character development but they've not only had in-universe callback to the event but even meta-discussion on the episode and how Ichimatsu's image changed since then
Don't worry, Ichi will soon find an abusive and controlling boyfriend to crash with and he'll think it's all trash like him deserves.
He can visit his brothers they are not fucking dead. Hell I can see all of them giving up crashing at Choro's apartment. Be will first bitch about it but he won't kick them out since he enjoys being together.
Our hopes and dreams.
As empty as that template.
This would be pretty great.
I just want my funnies and comfies again I didn't come here to feel
>>you will never run a warm bath for him
>>you will never press your fingers into his oily locks as you vigorously shampoo them
>>you will never scrub the grime away from his pallid NEET skin
Anon please, the bath comes after the shower you fucking baka gaijin.
it hurts because it's true
Nah, most of /a/ would be on the receiving end just like Ichi
Why is Totoko so perfect? She is the embodiment of 3DPD bitches and whores, but I can't help to like her.
Because she's cute
Osomatsu and Totoko deserve each other desu. They're both shitty, spiteful, greedy, and vindictive. Deep down they want everyone to love them but don't want to act in a way deserving of it. Which, typically, has made them two of the funniest characters on the show.
But this episode was pretty raw for both of them, especially Osomatsu. I'm hoping they both turn it around.
This. Totoko was seriously underrated this episode. I think it might really go back to what the brothers said, which is that her complete and utter honesty and obliviousness about her awfulness makes her really endearing as a character. Of course, she would be intolerable in real life.
No, just this guy >>138939226
>You will never force Ichi to cut off all contact with his family
>You'll never get angry at him for applying to a job behind your back
>You'll never be jealous that Ichi spends more time with his cats than you
Yeah, but I'd like the show to subvert the viewer's expectations one last time before saying farewell.
>captcha says select the fish
If that's a sign, you might just very well get your wish anon.
Everything would be die_jobu
Considering they're the only characters who are still "at home" and Totoko's moving out was a complete failure, that's pretty much the only path for either of them.
Unless Osomatsu reads Choromatsu's letter and moves forward on his own.
Totoko is a horrid biach but hey arabian bikini!
Fappymatsu Rising was basically pointing out how shitty and annoying Choromatsu's attitude was to any viewer who hadn't picked up on it yet. Choromatsu is the kind of person who is completely fucking insufferable in real life.
However he's also the one who actually got something done, so props to him on that.
I don't think he's truly happy though. He could still have enjoyed idolshit and been a responsible adult.
I hope she doesn't change, I love her for being a clueless bitch.
I love how unfazed she was in that scene
I loved how her friend had a literal Picasso face, happens irl too my sides were in the outer reaches of the solar system
This show has absurdities yet can get pretty realistic in the most painful ways
At least his uniform looks a lot like that one in detective skit
This episode hit hard because nobody is really happy even though they're "moving forward". You can tell half of them were not ready for solo life at all, Ichimatsu is dying, Osomatsu is depressed and bitter, Jyushimatsu is working in a clearly dangerous environment, and Todomatsu really can't live alone.
I think even Choromatsu seems unhappy. Karamatsu is the only one who seems like he's actually fully embraced this life. Being able to live with Chibita who is probably one of the genuinely good people on the show probably helps.
So is Karamatsu the strongest matsu or is just because Oso was dead inside already?
I think he would have been happy if it weren't for Oso. Same thing happened in the Rising episode. You can easily tell Oso doesn't want him to move forward despite saying he is fine with it. I think Oso was counting on Choro to fail like everyone else but it didn't happen.
Looks like Jyuushi was in some sort of manual labor, probably in a warehouse. Unskilled labor hired en-masse with group orientations usually don't require much beyond being able to walk and breathe at the same time, but the jobs themselves can be quite dangerous and are often physically demanding.
I'm assuming since Totty was fired from Sutabaa he's there on his savings while he tries to find a job. Bet he'll be the first one to give up and go home or crash at Choro's.
Yeah but Kara still can't get a job despite all his efforts and hiding his personality. I'm sure he's unhappy with his situation, he's just one of the most resilient brothers.
I disagree, I think turning your back on everything you enjoy 100% like that isn't healthy. Choro seems unhappy on his own even though his work situation is stable.
The Rising episode was necessary anyway. All Choro had been doing in the series up to that point was talking about how he was going to get out and get a job first. But never doing it. If Oso and Totty hadn't told him to shut the fuck up and stop talking about it, and actually DO IT, he wouldn't have actually done it and taken the step forward.
I just hope that they don't all give up completely. If all of them decide to come home because they're lonely, that's one thing. As long as they keep trying to move forward and don't give up on getting/keeping jobs because it's harder than being NEETs.
>Bestmatsu and best non-matsu living together
Well at least there's that
Choro took it to the extreme I will give you that. The dayoon skit proved he was unhappy just being a neet since he wanted to be an adjusted adult. I think some sacrifices are needed just not everything you enjoy.
Totty probably puts some aside for clothes, dates, and cell phone payments. He may have decided to use that little bit to get a temporary place. He's only renting a room so it wouldn't cost as much as a whole apartment. It's a shitty, cheap room at that.
It also looks like Choro's departure and Oso's reaction spurred the others to get out quickly, even if they didn't have plans for it earlier. Totty and Ichi will probably come back first after they realise they aren't going to make it as they are.
Having connections helps a lot even if you don't have anything to really sell yourself. I think that is what got where he is at. As for Kara I think he trying to go about this alone so he is having a harder time. I have no fucking clue for Todo.
Oso is the strongest but if the correct conditions are met Kara has the potential to beat him. Did you read hxh?
Maybe Choro's letter will push him to break free of his slump
I feel like if Osomatsu wasn't being so (understandably) weird about the whole situation, the other brothers were actually very supportive with Choromatsu and would probably eventually move out at their own pace.
But because of what happened (both at the dinner and with Oso skipping out on seeing Choro off) everybody instead feels pressured to move out quickly because everything's different at home now, and most of them were really not ready enough.
The best way to abandon your NEET life is to put yourself out there and try to change something. You don't have to stop loving the things you love, you just have to stop avoiding all those nagging responsibilities that fill you with anxiety.
Osomatsu accelerated the process but I think they still would have broken too early. Most of the brothers don't seem to have been ready for the idea that they are all individuals now, instead of all being a cohesive unit. Choromatsu leaving would have left a hole in their dynamic either way, and it probably would have pushed them to leave in a similar order (Todo having talked himself up as the hope of the brothers so much would probably try to leave soon after)
Yes, I've enjoyed this series mostly for the comedy.
I don't know why you can have both an S2 and keep the general tone of S1 in it. I think they could easily make an S2 with some changes though, there's no reason why they can't all live at Choromatsu or Todomatsu's apartment and involve some jokes about workplaces etc.
Yeah I think that's what happened. After his fight with Oso Totty decided to leave right away but it soon became obvious he wasn't ready for it. Ichi and Jyushi aren't prepared to survive in the real world either, this isn't something you can just jump right into
Me neither, I'm ok with it though for some reason.
Imagine if the letter was Choro reminiscing about the past and referencing how close he was with Osomatsu back in the -Kun days along with black and white flashbacks in 1960's style
Like holy shit guaranteed bitch tears
That's because you're a newfag.
There's really nothing wrong with emoticons so long as you don't use spergy gaia-type ones, but a wavy of new autists around 2010 decided that they all were unacceptable and here we are.
Then you should know life like texture ;_; and the fact that the "you are banned" screens have always used ;_; because they are relics from a time with faces made of punctuation were not taboo.
Do you think Choro actually
wore the Kara face underwear
You forgot : ^ )
I like that this pairing is very much still alive.
No. Let the flame burn bright, then die out.
It's better to finish the series off with a good memory.
Ichi is not gonna die goddammit quit saying that
I'm still a dependent so I'm not really working to survive, just for spending money. I suppose I like it since it's easy work that keeps my mind away from other anxieties and it keeps me talking to people and getting out of the house, but if I were paying for my meals and rent I'd probably hate working part time minimum wage. The worst part is having to wait till six on mondays to catch the new Osomatsu-san episode.
I'm not really a fan of this development. Not because I'm upset about the episode or anything, but because the drama kind of seems tacked on for the last couple of episodes. I can't say that nothing has changed about the characters since we got to see a lot of different sides to them, and I can't say they didn't try to get jobs before, but at the same time it didn't really feel like 24B would have happened at this point in time. The episodes, no matter how comedic or dramatic, never really felt like they stuck, and that everything just bounced back afterwards aside from a couple of references. But then suddenly, this bomb shell happens in the last 1/6 of the run.
It just feels like some LNs that pretend to have a plot near the end.
Not saying the episode is bad or anything, but it kind of feels like that.
>yfw Choro's peepee rubbing up against Kara's face all day long
They'll realize they're anime/manga characters that don't actually need to grow up. They can keep living their NEET lives and being the scum of society.
Looks like the Drama CD's out. Does anyone have any spoilers for it yet?
>he actually wears it, out of sentiment
>somehow manages to get a girl
>they're about to have sex
>forgets he's wearing the Kara pantsu
>has to explain it to the girl
Or it's an elaborate joke to make Osomatsu into a somewhat decent older brother. Think the Gintama Harem arc when they did the whole stunt
to keep him from drinking excessively
Well, there was that running speculation that the age reversing during the Old Man sequence in the opening is reverting their age so they can live out their young lives again, so I can assume it'd work like some sort of cosmic reset button. They probably do it every adaptation.
This might make sense if they didn't show the scenarios from the perspective of the other brothers. Osomatsu has been sitting on his ass being depressed so there's no way he'd know Todomatsu comes to check up on the house or that Choromatsu is thinking about them. Maybe it still is.
I have to wait for mine to arrive in my Amico monthly order. Will deliver if someone else hasn't when it arrives.
I wasnt expecting an actual serious story. The way Jyushi cowered after Oso's kick and how Kara reacted to it by actually getting serious and punching him without a thought actually made me wonder that Jyushi probably did have a huge trauma and Kara probably knows about it.
the shitty bully theory's may have been right.
Seems someone translated what a jp fan heard the bros were saying before Oso snapped
It makes sense since Oso has treated Choro like shit. I can just imagine Oso getting pissed doing everything he can just to go to the point where Choro is at. Just so Oso could rub it in his face.
He could just say it's a picture of himself with glasses. I mean that's still weird and painful but it'd be less weird than saying it's a picture of his brother.
>You will never scold him for being such an ungrateful cunt when he tries to leave
>You will never remind him of where he was when you found him, hungry and sleeping next to a dumpster
>Does he think he's any better now than he was back then?
>Does he think he's better than you?
>Did you not give him everything he needed? Food, shelter and love?
>Does he really believe he could last a week without you and not end up back in that same place?
>Would anyone even care if he died like that, alone and homeless in some trash-filled alleyway?
I don't think Kara was really that furious. Oso was being a cunt and deserved a punch in the face, but they all knew why he was acting that way and I think they sympathized with him, which is why they were mostly ignoring it. I doubt he dragged Oso outside to beat the shit out of him. Probably just to chew him out and let him blow off steam where he wasn't spoiling the mood.
Karamatsu was basically reading the mood the entire time, that's why he was the one acting as big bro the entire time while Osomatsu was quiet. Thus kept saying to Juushimatsu to cut it off a bit because he was bumping into Osomatsu.
Choromatsu was obviously reading the mood too, and Juushi in his own way tried to make it better but backfired him.
>see Osomatsu's inherent greed and vindictive nature over the course of the series. can identify with it but pass it off as jokes most of the time
>laugh at the stuff he does most of the time, think he's a top tier brother and one of the funniest characters
this series got way too real, sucks when you can identify with a character and then they lay out the worst parts of that character
is this how chorofags have felt?
I like how he seemed already fed up with Oso's bullshit even before he started getting violent
That's mostly just his normal expression, though.
>helped Ichi get rid of Oso to save him from further embarrassment even when Ichi treats him like shit
>punched Oso after he kicked Juicy in the fucking stomach and dragged him off
>bought Choro a thoughtful gift
>climbed the fucking Himalayan mountains to get them water
>Had to replace the kerosene every single time in the past
>Wrote a song about how they were sextuplets
I think every matsu cares deeply about each other in their own way, but Karamatsu is definitely among the most open about how much he cares about his brothers
The thing about Karamatsu is that he acts like a retard but he's endearing because it's all very genuine. Jyushimatsu is the same way but he doesn't act annoying. Todo, Oso, Ichi, and Choro all typically lie to keep up appearances or tell themselves they aren't lonely or unhappy.
Ichi probably knows that Kara is a good brother, but he needs to bring somebody down in order to make himself feel better and Kara makes himself an easy target. Also >>138943033
>tfw your osomatsu on the inside
>but Ichimatsu on the outside
>you try to act like jyushi to escape reality from time to time
Never expected for this to actually come true.
By the way, that comic was already translated and typesetted by anons a long time ago.
The hierarchy and brutality of sextuplets was identified from the start of the show, you're always in competition. It's very easy for Karamatsu to get ganged up on and Ichimatsu would be a fool to not take that easy path.
Yeah, I know. Shall I post all of these?
It's kind of weird that the show and the viewers in general place so much emphasis on the birth order and such when realistically they're the same age for all intents and purposes. I wonder if this is a psychological thing that real twins also have to go through?
Always liked watching videos of people doing live reactions. Suddenly no one is doing one for the new episode. Gee I wonder why?
Birth order is a really big deal in eastern cultures, since respecting elders is very important. I imagine there's more emphasis placed on birth it in Japan then in most western societies.
If the second half of this comic where Kara is crying and his brothers are comforting him has been translated then I don't have it.
I sometimes envy this. As an older brother I feel like the youngest compared to them all. Makes me wish I wasn't the oldest sometimes.
Man I remember when
Araneawas revealed to be a huge cunt when she stole that stupid ring.Feels bad when the character you see yourself in starts to show how shitty they are.
>Karamatsu Punching Oso out when he tries to start a scene
>Moves in with Chibita and starts putting real effort into getting a job and not being painful
>Choro Growing to like his independence from his bros
>Boyfriend-Kun and Girlfriend-Chan helping Ichi
>Juyshi getting hurt at work and Prof. Dekapan being worried about him
>Totty being scared but not caving and just going back home
>Oso finally gets offered a date with todoko but realizes that she's a horrible person and is in despair without his bros.
I'M NOT CRYING!
The worst part is
knowing deep down you'd do the same exact thing, which is how I felt during this episode. Osomatsu's reaction in this episode is shitty, but very real.
He's depressed because everyone else left and the family's broken up, and he was left home alone with Oso who's being a pain and lashing out at people. So he left as well.
Except he has nowhere to go and no job, unlike the other brothers. He took his proper shoes and left his sandals, so he was not expecting to return anytime soon.
Honestly you might be right; that part might have actually been a dream or some kind of delusion. I didn't notice it until i looked at >>138939988 again but the people fanning her are the Cat Idol and the "commoners" she saw at the party
>they make up, quit their shitty jobs and everything returns to the status quo
>then Oso reveals he got a great job when they weren't there, and ends up being the only one who's not a NEET anymore
Birth order and age seniority is important in east asia, even if it's only a little different. I imagine they're more lax nowadays than decades ago, though. I guess it's just convenient to make use of older-younger sibling dynamics at times.
>Always liked watching videos of people doing live reactions.
This is cringy and painful.
How stupid they act just like how stupid this question is.
I don't really have any friends to watch with so this suffices.
We've seen what happens when his bottled up emotions come to surface and he isn't angry.
I think there's two things going on. At one level he legitimately believes the aesthetic is cool and he's trying to emulate the cool big brother figure he wants to be, even if he's a little misguided about it. The irony here is that he's actually pretty cool and dependable only when he isn't actively trying to be. On another level he dials the cringiness up to eleven because he's desperate for attention from his brothers and they will willfully ignore him otherwise.
Based on last episode? Nah, it's just part of his personality.
I'll post the second half for you even though I don't have it translated.
I doubt it. I think what makes Karamatsu so good is he genuinely believes that shit is cool as fuck. He's still wearing shit like his wifebeater with his own face on it even when he's staying with Chibita.
I think he just is getting a better understanding of when to do it and when to tone it back.
Sorry for not understanding. I find yelling and too expressive mimicking for show annoying.
Reading anon's feels and comments about the episode for me is like watching it with someone.
I just wanted to laugh, I never asked for this.
But it's nice to see this season ending in a pretty good way after a somewhat disappointing second cour.
I don't want it to end, though ;_;
At the same time, I'm afraid of possible sequels going overboard with the pandering due to the show's popularity. Hopefully they find a way to make them as good as the first one.
I mean if I could get my friend to watch the show it would be nice. Of course he watched the first episode which baited him to not watch it. Sometimes I wish I was just a invisible floating eye that could watch how people live out their lives for eternity.
>Any of the brothers caring about Kara's feelings
They care when he isn't being his fake painful self. None of them are perfect nor are they complete monsters.
He's prone to crying but he's not that weak and aware of his surroundings when time asks. Also they treat him alright when he's not trying too hard.
None of them cared when his life was for ransom or when he was literally burning at the stake outside their front door. The whole punch like of esp kitty's episode was that they all cared more about ichi's cat than they did for him.
Shame on you. Why ask for hatefucking when you could have something better? I do think we'll see switch in who tops after this episode, though.
Was chapter 6 translated yet. Why was it skipped over anyway.
I reiterate. They chose pears over him.
No, it is different. When Kara was ON FIRE outside of their house none of them showed the least bit of concern. In fact, the only reaction they did give was to throw heavy objects at him to shut him up so that he would burn without bothering them. When Kara abandoned Choro he was concerned, or at least he made a show of being concerned, but he was too much of a coward to do anything. There is a subtle but very important distinction here.
I like Kara but I really hate delusional Karafags like you.
> How will Oso redeem himself next episode?
Things will resolve, that's the only thing that can be promised. It would be nice if they did show a more tender side to Oso than "horribly lonely, can't deal with the situation, lashes out at everyone and pushes them away" in the next ep, and I feel like that's what they were setting up with re: Osomatsu receiving Choro's letter at the end of the ep, but we'll see.
I want to see Osomatsu cry, since he's the only character (apart from Ichi, I think) that we haven't seen cry in earnest.
I haven't said a single thing that didn't happen on screen in canon. How is that being delusional? I'm not saying Kara wasn't being an asshole for running away, I'm saying that abandoning your brother because you're afraid is a little less shitty than abandoning him because you couldn't give a shit. It was funny because he still pretended to act noble about it regardless.
Initially, sure, but that stopped as soon as Kara started making noise outside the bedroom. Same with Juicy.
It was a punchline to show his miserable side. Also Choro was worried about him. They all act completely fine when he's not trying too hard, even Ichimatsu who's jealous of his confidence hangs around him a lot.
They were not even paying attention they just threw shit at the thing making noise. Think of it like an annoying alarm clock that you sometimes smash with your fist because you want it to shut up.
So, if you could assign the Matsu's mythical creatures what'd you give them?
For Oso it'd probably be a Ottsar-saunk, what with his strong dependence on being the Big bro to his brothers and refusal to move beyond their childhood home.
Kara would be a Dragon, hording shiny things out of a desire that can't be satiated.
Choro'd be a Kappa, Trying to appear mature but drying up halfway through.
Ichi would probably be a Crocotta, calling out to others only to hurt them when they get close
Jyushi would be a some kind of imp a trickster but usually nothing too dangerous.
Totty would be a hydra, for every honest answer you get out of him, two lies will take it's place!
I understand. The first one to throw the towel in the ring and go home will feel responsible for ruining the other's chances at life. So none of them can return home now.
You need to stop taking everything in the anime so seriously. Oso said in the Iyami Kart episode that he wanted his brothers dead but that doesn't make it true. People like shitty characters doing and saying shitty things so the matsus do shitty things in order to make us laugh, that doesn't mean they don't care about Kara outside of jokes
It sounds like you're the one making things up now. They took a good hard look at him screaming for help before they shut him up.
Sure, but the anime also takes itself seriously. In the next season their will possibly be serious Kara focus episode in the vein of episodes 5, 9 and 24.
> is 80 meters good?
Yes, it's pretty good.
Mind you, no idea about putting the dirt into the bag. That's been a mystery unsolved to me ever since that episode aired. I'm positive there's some sort of meaning/nuance behind it that I'm not getting since I'm not a Jap baseball fanatic.
Quick Google reveals this pertains to the "Sacred Dirt of Kōshien" where members of a losing team in baseball take the dirt from the hallowed grounds of Kōshien home as a memento.
Since Jyushimatsu "lost" because he didn't reach 80m, he's scooping up dirt as a memento of this loss (whether or not they held this on that specific stadium, no one knows).
Well I feel like shit this episode brought me down and I never got WD Jyushi or Kara. Fuck you Totty you piece of shit always getting in the way.
Jyushimatsu, of course, marries his girlfriend from that episode, becomes a minor-league baseball player, and they both live a happy and comfortable life.
Ichimatsu would get a job at a kennel, meet a girl like him, and turn two negatives into a positive, if you catch my drift.
Karamatsu will marry a wealthy CEO, who will later file for divorce because he spent half of her income on sunglasses and leather jackets. However, he will still get half of everything in the divorce and live the rest of his life comfortably as a womanizer.
Choromatsu ends up becoming an agent to an up and coming idol, who will eventually marry him.
Todomatsu will most likely end up as a male fashion model and will most likely get into a relationship with another model.
Then the very last one, Osomatsu, will start with him waking up in a now majorly empty bed roll. Its raining outside. For the most part, all there is to hear is the raindrops hitting the roof as he starts a rather quiet morning routine. He then puts on his hoodie and goes out for a walk. He goes to the fishing hole. Empty. He grabs a coffee from a café . The café is, for the most part, quiet. He passes by a batting cage. Seemingly deserted. He passes by a pet shop and looks at a seemingly bored cat, who looks back to him. Eventually, he stops in his tracks, and starts to tear up a bit. Then, a hand reaches out to him, offering an umbrella. It's Totoko. He wipes off his tears, they exchange smiles, and walk out of shot together in the rain.
Nice fanfic anon.
Though I always have been and always will be a sucker for Oso/Totoko and loved their little interaction in this ep when she asked him out and called him "Osomatsu-kun".
Cute image, but really, Karabita is people scraping the bottom of the barrel desperately looking for a male/male pair without resorting to incest.
At least Todomatsu has Atsushi now, but that ship is also scraping the barrel.
And I say "scraping" because there are plenty of potential heterosexual pairs in the show but that's not what fujos are interested in.
You're getting old, anon
So that's why everyone hates it, they automatically attribute it to the anti-incest tumblrites.
I disagree that it's scraping the bottom of the barrel, given their interactions. Also I like incest pairings fine. If you wanna hate tumblr, hate tumblr.
> So that's why everyone hates it, they automatically attribute it to the anti-incest tumblrites.
Yeah. It's easy to jump to that conclusion, even though that pair does have a visible jp following too.
This could be seen as a good or bad thing. Something in my ass tells me it's not good.
More likely, he was so incensed that he didn't care about winning or losing in that scenario.
Which honestly makes it one of Totty's better moments in terms of caring for his brothers.
They were removing his ass from the whole picture. It wasn't his fault everything went to shit. They should be celebrating he is out of the house not sulking. This should have been a good thing that just went wrong.
Probably because you only got your eyes on your favorite.
I've actually noticed this in twins I know (I know two pairs of twins). They will often jokingly say "Yeah but I'M the oldest, so I know better" when fake-arguing, but I've actually seen it happen during like 2 serious discussions and they seemed pretty anal about it.
Makes me wonder how many times that argument's been brought up when no one else is around and they're actually being serious.
This is all I can offer, I like your style though
>First scene of season 2 is in Heaven
>Matsus being meta as usual
>"Shit now we're dead! We're not gonna be able to put on a good show when we're all dead!"
>Cue "Tenshimatsu" skit where they all fuck around in Heaven
>Heaven is the exact same as their house before they all moved out
Right, Totty keep stalking their home so he probably doesn't have an income, Kara is rewriting resumes, and Ichi is getting worse and worse on the streets. But at least they are independant instead of locked in their home.
They should mooch off of Choro. He can still keep his job while still enjoy the company of his brothers. He already admitted he would do it for Kara. So it's not totally out of the question.