History Headscratchers / OuranHighSchoolHostClub

6th Oct '15 5:25:15 PM Technicolourtardis
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* I always figured it was to make them look like little old fashioned dolls, as well as their mother using them as mannequins.

[[WMG: If the Zuka Club hates men so much, why did they put on a play where the woman is as effectual as Princess Aurora?]]
Repeatedly you hear from the three primary Zuka Club members that men are just slime, inferior, scum, wastes of space, stupid, pigs, etc etc, but they put on a play where the woman's job is to sing a song and call out to her lover. Mihara and Benio both say the character doesn't speak much and is "more symbollic than anything", and it's clear Lord Frederick is the main character. The girl is no more than a LivingProp from the sound of it. If they really, really think men are that bad, why are there even male characters in their plays? In fact, the entire school seems remarkably full of misandry, so why were the Host Club and Haruhi's dad even allowed on campus?
17th Mar '15 1:39:08 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Why in world does the {{FUNimation}} site give every episode a TV-14 rating? It may have moments of slightly mature content, but the show's almost always tamer than the average episode of ''TheSimpsons'' and those are almost always TV-PG.]]

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[[WMG:Why in world does the {{FUNimation}} Creator/FUNimation site give every episode a TV-14 rating? It may have moments of slightly mature content, but the show's almost always tamer than the average episode of ''TheSimpsons'' and those are almost always TV-PG.]]
12th Oct '14 5:57:59 AM Technicolourtardis
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[[WMG: Am I the only one who was bothered by that scene where [[spoiler: Kyoya pretended he was going to rape Haruhi just to prove a point?]] I mean, really, there are other ways...

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[[WMG: Am I the only one who was bothered by that scene where [[spoiler: Kyoya pretended he was going to rape Haruhi just to prove a point?]] I mean, really, there are other ways...]]
12th Oct '14 5:56:02 AM Technicolourtardis
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[[WMG: Am I the only one who was bothered by that scene where [[spoiler: Kyoya pretended he was going to rape Haruhi just to prove a point?]] I mean, really, there are other ways...]]

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[[WMG: Am I the only one who was bothered by that scene where [[spoiler: Kyoya pretended he was going to rape Haruhi just to prove a point?]] I mean, really, there are other ways...]]




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* He did specifically that because that was exactly what the men who came onto the beach were pretty clearly planning to do. He didn't see the men saying what they were saying, but he likely heard enough from the three girls to guess what the men's intentions were. Kyouya was trying to show Haruhi where she'd have ended up in that situation had she been clearly female to the two men, and possibly trying to put her in the other girls' shoes. Not the best method, but he also knows that words just don't get through to Haruhi, and he discovered that actions didn't really make the point come across well, either, since it was him doing it. So no, it doesn't bother me. It may have been tactless, but I also think the scene was there to prove that Kyouya really doesn't understand people on a level outside statistics and numbers and words. He doesn't really grasp people as ''individuals''. He just understands the broad category of people and how he expects them to act.




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* "To avoid it happening again" was always my assumption.




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* This is actually explained pretty early on. The numbers are mixed, so the boys and the girls are just listed alphabetically in one list. Likely the genders aren't listed, because Hikaru and Kaoru cite this as one of the ways they can keep Haruhi's gender a secret.


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12th Oct '14 5:33:11 AM Technicolourtardis
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** For all it's faults of being vain and superficial, nearly everyone at Ouran is incredibly accepting of nearly everyone and everything, ESPECIALLY the girls. You couldn't find warmer and kinder people anywhere. Renge is the possible exception but she's more just insensitive due to being an Otaku who thinks of things from a more "exciting" angle than from a "realistic" one. She's still pretty accepting of things most people in real life these days aren't.
8th Oct '14 4:16:05 AM StFan
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*** In the Anime, you can tell by listening carefully to their voices. One is slightly higher/lower than the other.
**** Or because one of them's [[{{xxxholic}} Watanuki]] and the other's [[GhostStories that pervy Jewish kid]]...

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*** In the Anime, you can tell by listening carefully to their voices. One is slightly higher/lower than the other.
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other. Or because one of them's [[{{xxxholic}} [[Manga/XxxHolic Watanuki]] and the other's [[GhostStories [[Anime/GhostStories that pervy Jewish kid]]...
8th Jul '14 12:37:52 PM Illemar
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** They probably just wanted to mess with people or something.

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** * They probably just wanted to mess with people or something.something.
* It's indicated that at the time their mother was designing a children's line and used them as living mannequins for both genders' lines.
29th May '14 6:18:01 AM yuki-chan
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**They probably just wanted to mess with people or something.
19th Mar '14 10:09:12 PM megahello
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[[WMG:Why in world does the {{FUNimation}} site give every episode a TV-14 rating? It may have moments of slightly mature content, but the show's almost always tamer than the average epistle of ''TheSimpsons'' and those are almost always TV-PG.]]

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[[WMG:Why in world does the {{FUNimation}} site give every episode a TV-14 rating? It may have moments of slightly mature content, but the show's almost always tamer than the average epistle episode of ''TheSimpsons'' and those are almost always TV-PG.]]
15th Mar '14 9:28:38 AM megahello
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* In "And so Kyoya met him!" he uses the phrase "Mon Amie" several times when he's exited.

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* In "And so Kyoya met him!" he uses the phrase "Mon Amie" Ami" several times when he's exited.excited.
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