Do you know what cherry blossoms stand for?
SAKURA NO HANA WA MIRAI NO SHIORI
The only word of your description that is right is "transient".
Sakura blossoms symbolize change and transition and the beauty of transience. Equating this with death is really sloppy interpretation. Sakura blossoms are a major symbol of the spring season, which is the season of new beginnings. The new school year starts, new jobs start, ideally new relationships start.
The beauty of transience (not the transience of beauty) is captured in a phrase "mono no aware" which is the melancholy appreciation of how all things are temporary. It is not mourning or nihilism, but appreciating how beautiful something is because it is temporary.
No. Every episode and OVA is subbed, only thing is the last 2 episodes of season 2 only have horriblesubs subs, as UTW pretty much gave up/died before they finished it.
A good education, nobility, and purity.
>Look mom, I can read wikipedia!
Cherry blossoms are associated with mortality/death, culturally and mythologically. The petals are beautiful but quickly fall. It's that sort of transience.
The baka is so fucking good at giving presents.
Where is the season 3 gohands? This is your only good show and you've been milking it for 7 years anyways.
I don't think jokes is the main reason why people watch it. To be honest, I like only couple of them every episode but I still think the show is good. If you didn't like it then there is no use to try watching it again, just not your couple of tea.