What is normal?
If you could solve my puzzle, I’d give you 6000 dollars. I know that’s not much but I’d appreciated it much. But hey, could someone please tell me, what is normal?
Growing up in a normal family, be a normal, nice and decent looking (white) guy, dating some girls and have sexual relationships with two or three partners? What is normal anyway?
Are people who fall in love with Toradora and feeling different from others normal? Not quite normal? Otaku? Well, what is it?
Some people still manages to find people to get together and even get married/engaged, others are lonely, single, with no prospect of ever finding anyone to be with. Some confesses and get rejected, others never say a thing and sit quietly as the people they really like get together with someone else, only to be treated like shit in the end.
Can somebody please tell what the fuck is going on here? Can you? Can “god”? Can anyone explain all this? What is our answer?
I don’t get it – is it so great to be dishonest about your feelings in Japanese culture? Really? Why are they all denying something and at the end and the main guy and main girl just avoid telling each other it?
Well, yeah, OK, trying not to make your best friend feel awful…That’s gotta be an Asian thing, isn’t it?
But lots of unreasonable things happen in Asia (including some old hag that bites you just because she can’t get her way), I mean, get over this Asian shit and just be honest!
At this point, I’m not talking about a nuclear meltdown of frustration; with all the shit that happens everywhere, I’m talking about deathstar blowing up this planet-scale frustration. At least Minorin’s had enough of all the hypocritical garbage. I mean, sheesh! Without anime as outlet, some Japanese would just explode!
You like someone? Confess. Even if that thing rejects you like you’re garbage. At least you did it. That thing, whatever that demon thing is, will at the very least, in his/her subconscious, feel one ounce of bad for you. But yeah, it’s humanity, so don’t expect much out of it. After all,
We’re not Toradora.
Take care of yourselves, and each other (maybe).