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17th Apr '17 9:51:57 PM mouschilight
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* In ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'' it is stated that persocoms have a specific weakness to this. As [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Ridiculously human robots]] they have a combination of emotional sensitivity and perfect recall that makes them highly susceptible to continual, ongoing traumatization long after the original event has passed; they literally ''can't'' let it go. One of the main characters becomes so depressed over her unrequited love situation that she loses her will to live and lapses into an irretrievable vegetative state.


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** In ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'' it is stated that persocoms have a specific weakness to this. As [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Ridiculously human robots]] they have a combination of emotional sensitivity and perfect recall that makes them highly susceptible to continual, ongoing traumatization long after the original event has passed; they literally ''can't'' let it go. One of the main characters becomes so depressed over her unrequited love situation that she loses her will to live and lapses into an irretrievable vegetative state.
17th Apr '17 9:47:49 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/AiYoriAoshi'': Even upon his marriage to Aoi, Mayu still hasn't given up on Kaoru and visits him once a month.



* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' has a number of ''very'' {{egregious}} cases of this. As in, OmnicidalManiac levels of {{Egregious}}.



* ''Manga/LoveHina'': Even while they're [[spoiler: attending Keitaro's wedding to Naru, both Shinobu and Motoko remain in love with him]].



* ''Manga/LoveHina'': Even while they're [[spoiler: attending Keitaro's wedding to Naru, both Shinobu and Motoko remain in love with him]].
* ''Manga/AiYoriAoshi'': Even upon his marriage to Aoi, Mayu still hasn't given up on Kaoru and visits him once a month.
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and Naruto, whose one-sided crush on Sakura [[ShipSinking ended after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]].

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* ''Manga/LoveHina'': Even while they're [[spoiler: attending Keitaro's wedding to Naru, both Shinobu and Motoko remain in love with him]].
* ''Manga/AiYoriAoshi'': Even upon his marriage to Aoi, Mayu still hasn't given up on Kaoru and visits him once a month.
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally looked like she was going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and Naruto, whose one-sided crush on Sakura [[ShipSinking ended after Chapter 469]] and was later explained in ''[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie The Last]]'' to be [[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]].3]].
* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' has a number of ''very'' {{egregious}} cases of this. As in, OmnicidalManiac levels of {{Egregious}}.
13th Apr '17 9:09:44 AM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and Naruto, whose one-sided crush on Sakura [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and Naruto, whose one-sided crush on Sakura [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]].
13th Apr '17 9:07:53 AM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and Naruto, whose one-sided crush on Sakura [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/93-3-17/naruto/chapter-3.html Chapter 3]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and Naruto, whose one-sided crush on Sakura [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/93-3-17/naruto/chapter-3.html com/naruto/3/17 Chapter 3]].
7th Apr '17 4:11:52 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and Naruto, whose one-sided crush on Sakura [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[spoiler:[[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/93-3-17/naruto/chapter-3.html Chapter 3]]]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and Naruto, whose one-sided crush on Sakura [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[spoiler:[[LovingAShadow [[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/93-3-17/naruto/chapter-3.html Chapter 3]]]].3]].
7th Apr '17 4:11:02 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and [[spoiler:Naruto]], whose one-sided crush on [[spoiler:Sakura]] [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[spoiler:[[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/93-3-17/naruto/chapter-3.html Chapter 3]]]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and [[spoiler:Naruto]], Naruto, whose one-sided crush on [[spoiler:Sakura]] Sakura [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[spoiler:[[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/93-3-17/naruto/chapter-3.html Chapter 3]]]].
5th Apr '17 12:42:51 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and [[spoiler:Naruto]], whose one-sided crush on [[spoiler:Sakura]] [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[spoiler:[[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in Chapter 3]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only two cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and [[spoiler:Naruto]], whose one-sided crush on [[spoiler:Sakura]] [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[spoiler:[[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any genuine romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in [[http://www.mangapanda.com/93-3-17/naruto/chapter-3.html Chapter 3]].3]]]].
2nd Apr '17 9:53:31 AM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and [[spoiler:Naruto]], whose one-sided crush on [[spoiler:Sakura]] was explained to be [[spoiler:[[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any real romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in Chapter 3]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and [[spoiler:Naruto]], whose one-sided crush on [[spoiler:Sakura]] [[ShipSinking ended for good after Chapter 469]] and was explained to be [[spoiler:[[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any real genuine romantic feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in Chapter 3]].
2nd Apr '17 9:52:30 AM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and [[spoiler:Naruto]], whose crush on [[spoiler:Sakura]] was explained to be [[spoiler:more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any real romantic feelings]].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Characters tend to hold on to one love for their whole lives, even if their object of affection can't or won't ever feel the same. One obvious case is Jiraiya, who kept his unrequited feelings for Tsunade from when they were teenagers until when they were old [[spoiler:and died right before she was finally going to give him a chance]]. Another is Obito, whose crush Rin never liked him back and died when they were children, [[spoiler:prompting him to dedicate his entire life to getting back at the world that took her from him, his love never wavering]]. Even [[spoiler:Karin]] never stops loving [[spoiler:Sasuke]], but just decides [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy to let him be happy with another]]. The only cases of someone moving on from a crush to be with someone else are Ino, whose feelings for Sasuke were never serious anyway, and [[spoiler:Naruto]], whose one-sided crush on [[spoiler:Sakura]] was explained to be [[spoiler:more [[spoiler:[[LovingAShadow more of a product of his rivalry with Sasuke than any real romantic feelings]].feelings]]--which was actually implied way back in Chapter 3]].
2nd Feb '17 6:01:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Haven't Seen You in a Long Time" by GreatBigSea details the narrator's feelings for a woman whom he has loved for years, but the timing was never right for them, and now he can only hope that she still remembers him, while he can't get her out of his head.

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* "Haven't Seen You in a Long Time" by GreatBigSea Music/GreatBigSea details the narrator's feelings for a woman whom he has loved for years, but the timing was never right for them, and now he can only hope that she still remembers him, while he can't get her out of his head.
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