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23rd Apr '16 4:57:07 AM SystemCellar
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** Speaking of "A Clingy Boy"... Toward the end of the song, there is a line saying that [[spoiler:the boy thought he would see his beloved soon, but that she disappeared again]]. Combine that with his behaviour during years 1-6 - he keeps hurting himself in various ways, even saying that all his bones were broken, and doesn't care that his house is burning, only surviving through sheer luck. Was he repeatedly trying to commit suicide [[spoiler:because he couldn't get over her death]]?
8th Feb '16 9:28:56 PM mitsumii
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* When you get past the fanservice, ''Spice!'' has some...rather unsettling implications that can turn [[TheCasanova Len]] into a borderline VillainProtagonist; he courts girls constantly, has sex with them, dumps them the minute he gets what he wants, and repeats the process as much as he pleases, all while expressing a cheerfully nihilistic attitude about the whole thing and not caring about any of the girls he hurts (to put it into perspective, WordOfGod says that ''RIP=RELEASE'' is the sequel to ''Spice!''; the song is about Luka being driven [[{{Yandere}} insane]], and starts wondering about [[IfICantHaveYou killing him if he doesn't fall in love with her]]).

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* When you get past the fanservice, ''Spice!'' has some...rather unsettling implications that can turn [[TheCasanova Len]] into a borderline VillainProtagonist; he courts girls constantly, has sex with them, dumps them the minute he gets what he wants, and repeats the process as much as he pleases, all while expressing a cheerfully nihilistic attitude about the whole thing and not caring about any of the girls he hurts (to put it into perspective, WordOfGod says that ''RIP=RELEASE'' is the sequel to ''Spice!''; the song is about Luka being driven [[{{Yandere}} insane]], and starts wondering about [[IfICantHaveYou killing him if he doesn't fall in love with her]]).her]].
8th Feb '16 9:23:25 PM mitsumii
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* When you get past the fanservice, ''Spice!'' has some...rather unsettling implications that can turn [[TheCasanova Len]] into a borderline VillainProtagonist; he courts girls constantly, has sex with them, dumps them the minute he gets what he wants, and repeats the process as much as he pleases, all while expressing a cheerfully nihilistic attitude about the whole thing and not caring about any of the girls he hurts (to put it into perspective, WordOfGod says that ''RIP=RELEASE'' is the sequel to ''Spice!''; the song is about Luka being driven [[{{Yandere}} COMPLETELY INSANE]] with obsession for Len, and planning to [[IfICantHaveYou kill him if he doesn't fall in love with her]]). and his reaction when he finds a girl who is immune to his charms (Rin)? Try to ''force'' himself on her. [[spoiler: Fortunately, he has a HeelRealization at this point, but still]]...

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* When you get past the fanservice, ''Spice!'' has some...rather unsettling implications that can turn [[TheCasanova Len]] into a borderline VillainProtagonist; he courts girls constantly, has sex with them, dumps them the minute he gets what he wants, and repeats the process as much as he pleases, all while expressing a cheerfully nihilistic attitude about the whole thing and not caring about any of the girls he hurts (to put it into perspective, WordOfGod says that ''RIP=RELEASE'' is the sequel to ''Spice!''; the song is about Luka being driven [[{{Yandere}} COMPLETELY INSANE]] with obsession for Len, insane]], and planning to starts wondering about [[IfICantHaveYou kill killing him if he doesn't fall in love with her]]). and his reaction when he finds a girl who is immune to his charms (Rin)? Try to ''force'' himself on her. [[spoiler: Fortunately, he has a HeelRealization at this point, but still]]...her]]).
21st Dec '15 3:11:00 AM Adept
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** Well, {{mothy}} has confirmed that ''Venomania'' takes place centuries before ''Daughter of Evil'', so it's most likely a MythologyGag.

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** Well, {{mothy}} Music/{{mothy}} has confirmed that ''Venomania'' takes place centuries before ''Daughter of Evil'', so it's most likely a MythologyGag.
2nd Dec '15 11:34:05 AM CJCroen1393
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* Rin and Len's most common fanon portrayal, with Rin being more emotional and impulsive and Len being more rational and composed, makes sense when you think of their motif; Rin and Len are typically seen as two halves of a whole, with ''Ri''n being the ''ri''ght half and ''Le''n being the ''le''ft. The right side of the brain typically operates on emotion while the left side operates on logic.

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* Rin and Len's most common fanon portrayal, with Rin being more emotional and impulsive and Len being more rational and composed, makes sense when you think of their motif; Rin and Len are typically seen as two halves of a whole, with ''Ri''n being the ''ri''ght half and ''Le''n being the ''le''ft. The right side of the brain is typically operates on associated with emotion while the left side operates on is associated with logic.
1st Dec '15 4:18:00 PM CJCroen1393
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* Rin and Len's most common fanon portrayal, with Rin being more emotional and impulsive and Len being more rational and composed, makes sense when you think of their motif; Rin and Len are typically seen as two halves of a whole, with ''Ri''n being the ''ri''ght half and ''Le''n being the ''le''ft. The right side of the brain typically operates on emotion while the left side operates on logic.
27th Nov '15 7:43:06 AM josho3000
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* Miku's backstory itself states that she is an android from the future where [[spoiler: all music has been lost.]] Now combine that with the fact that she exists in this reality.
29th Sep '15 4:16:38 PM CJCroen1393
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** Also, notice how each new Captain Hook has a hook for a hand. After Len dons his Hook garb, he now has a hook in place of his left hand. Could this mean that to play the part, each new Captain had to ''chop his own hand off?''
2nd Sep '15 9:51:16 PM nanakiro
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* This probably sounds silly, but I used to wonder what the "infinity" sign in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQih8wmIn_M‎ Bad ∞ End ∞ Night]] means. Then, watching the sequels, and discovering that the story is presented as some sort of GroundhogDayLoop, I realized that the infinity symbol is to signify the endless loops that have continued indefinitely.

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* This probably sounds silly, but I used to wonder what the "infinity" sign in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQih8wmIn_M‎ Bad End Night]] means. Then, watching the sequels, and discovering that the story is presented as some sort of GroundhogDayLoop, I realized that the infinity symbol is to signify the endless loops that have continued indefinitely.
2nd Sep '15 9:49:22 PM nanakiro
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* This probably sounds silly, but I used to wonder what the "infinity" sign in [[www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQih8wmIn_M‎ Bad ∞ End ∞ Night]] means. Then, watching the sequels, and discovering that the story is presented as some sort of GroundhogDayLoop, I realized that the infinity symbol is to signify the endless loops that have continued indefinitely.

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* This probably sounds silly, but I used to wonder what the "infinity" sign in [[www.[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQih8wmIn_M‎ Bad ∞ End ∞ Night]] means. Then, watching the sequels, and discovering that the story is presented as some sort of GroundhogDayLoop, I realized that the infinity symbol is to signify the endless loops that have continued indefinitely.
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