History Manga / HanaYoriDango

21st Jan '16 9:46:01 AM Willbyr
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For the page based on the KoreanSeries [[BoysBeforeFlowers click here]].

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For the page based on the KoreanSeries [[BoysBeforeFlowers [[Series/BoysBeforeFlowers click here]].
23rd Sep '15 12:09:01 PM Willbyr
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''Don't be so full of it!''

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''Don't ->''Don't be so full of it!''



This show provides examples of:

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This !!This show provides examples of:of:
16th Aug '15 10:12:19 AM TheWoosterCode
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* IWantMyBelovedToBeFashionable: Tsukasa's first act after developing an interest in Tsukushi is to have her kidnapped for an impromptu makeover

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* IWantMyBelovedToBeFashionable: Tsukasa's first act after developing an interest in Tsukushi is to have her kidnapped for an impromptu makeover makeover.
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Pretty much everyone who's in love in this series pulls it at one time or another, but special mention goes to Rui, who pulled it on Shizuka, and then fell in love with Tsukushi, who was already falling in love with Tsukasa, meaning Rui had to pull one ''again.'' Poor guy [[DidNotGetTheGirl can't catch a break.]]
21st Apr '15 3:28:11 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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** Some mention should go to Tsukushi's parents. While they're generally flighty but loving, one chapter has her coming home from school to find them and her brother packing their things: they were moving out to the city, not taking Tsukushi, or planning to tell her until that very day. Keep in mind Tsukushi is in school and has no job... Her parents promise to send money for her, but when she finally gets a letter from them, it says that they don't have money to send her yet, so here, have some strips of seaweed. Tsukushi honestly thought she'd starve, and probably would have if not for her friends. They are also incredibly stupid, want Tsukushi to be a gold digger and keep losing money on pointless things like pachinko resulting in their poverty... Thankfully, most of the live-action adaptations avert this.

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** Some mention should go to Tsukushi's parents. While they're generally flighty but loving, one chapter has her coming home from school to find them and her brother packing their things: they were moving out to the city, not taking Tsukushi, or planning to tell her until that very day. Keep in mind Tsukushi is in school and has no job... Her parents promise to send money for her, but when she finally gets a letter from them, it says that they don't have money to send her yet, so here, have some strips of seaweed. Tsukushi honestly thought she'd starve, and probably would have if not for her friends. They are also incredibly stupid, want Tsukushi to be a gold digger and keep losing money on pointless things like pachinko resulting in their poverty... Ultimately, less abusive and more just plain [[AdultsAreUseless useless.]] Thankfully, most of the live-action adaptations avert this.
23rd Mar '15 9:15:18 PM dkscribbler31
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** Some mention should go to Tsukushi's parents. While they're generally flighty but loving, one chapter has her coming home from school to find them and her brother packing their things: they were moving out to the city, not taking Tsukushi, or planning to tell her until that very day. Keep in mind Tsukushi is in school and has no job... Her parents promise to send money for her, but when she finally gets a letter from them, it says that they don't have money to send her yet, so here, have some strips of seaweed. Tsukushi honestly thought she'd starve, and probably would have if not for her friends. They are also incredibly stupid, want Tsukushi to be a gold digger and keep losing money on pointless things like pachinko resulting in their poverty...

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** Some mention should go to Tsukushi's parents. While they're generally flighty but loving, one chapter has her coming home from school to find them and her brother packing their things: they were moving out to the city, not taking Tsukushi, or planning to tell her until that very day. Keep in mind Tsukushi is in school and has no job... Her parents promise to send money for her, but when she finally gets a letter from them, it says that they don't have money to send her yet, so here, have some strips of seaweed. Tsukushi honestly thought she'd starve, and probably would have if not for her friends. They are also incredibly stupid, want Tsukushi to be a gold digger and keep losing money on pointless things like pachinko resulting in their poverty... Thankfully, most of the live-action adaptations avert this.



* PerpetualPoverty: Tsukushi's parents

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* PerpetualPoverty: Tsukushi's parentsfamily.
11th Mar '15 1:20:50 PM Scabbard
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** Researching the Makino's financial situation, [[spoiler: Kaede visits their home and offers them a suitcase containing ¥50,000,000 '''in cash''' in exchange for Tsukushi never seeing Domyouji again]]. Tsukushi's mother - who has been the most vocal with her lamentations regarding their lack of money - [[spoiler: goes to the kitchen, gets a bin of salt, and coolly proceeds to dump the contents over Kaede's head, saying "Get your money and get out!"]] making this her CrowningMomentOfAwesome.[[note]] This is extra impressive if you know the meaning bheind the act- Tsukushi's mom is basically telling Kaede she thinks she's a snail.[[/note]]

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** Researching the Makino's financial situation, [[spoiler: Kaede visits their home and offers them a suitcase containing ¥50,000,000 '''in cash''' in exchange for Tsukushi never seeing Domyouji again]]. Tsukushi's mother - who has been the most vocal with her lamentations regarding their lack of money - [[spoiler: goes to the kitchen, gets a bin of salt, and coolly proceeds to dump the contents over Kaede's head, saying "Get your money and get out!"]] making this her CrowningMomentOfAwesome.[[note]] This is extra impressive if you know the meaning bheind behind the act- Tsukushi's mom is basically telling Kaede she thinks she's a snail.[[/note]]
11th Mar '15 1:20:31 PM Scabbard
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** Researching the Makino's financial situation, [[spoiler: Kaede visits their home and offers them a suitcase containing ¥50,000,000 '''in cash''' in exchange for Tsukushi never seeing Domyouji again]]. Tsukushi's mother - who has been the most vocal with her lamentations regarding their lack of money - [[spoiler: goes to the kitchen, gets a bin of salt, and coolly proceeds to dump the contents over Kaede's head, saying "Get your money and get out!"]] making this her CrowningMomentOfAwesome.

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** Researching the Makino's financial situation, [[spoiler: Kaede visits their home and offers them a suitcase containing ¥50,000,000 '''in cash''' in exchange for Tsukushi never seeing Domyouji again]]. Tsukushi's mother - who has been the most vocal with her lamentations regarding their lack of money - [[spoiler: goes to the kitchen, gets a bin of salt, and coolly proceeds to dump the contents over Kaede's head, saying "Get your money and get out!"]] making this her CrowningMomentOfAwesome.[[note]] This is extra impressive if you know the meaning bheind the act- Tsukushi's mom is basically telling Kaede she thinks she's a snail.[[/note]]
9th Feb '15 4:01:55 AM WillBGood
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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Par for the course with a TakahashiCouple.

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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: Par for the course with a TakahashiCouple.BelligerentSexualTension.



* TakahashiCouple: Tsukushi and Tsukasa
13th Nov '14 6:10:12 PM Renicula
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* APartyAlsoKnownAsAnOrgy: The party on the yacht in the manga, during which Tsukushi stumbles from room to room and finds that nearly everyone but her, Tsukasa, and Kazuya are having sex with each other.
22nd Sep '14 10:45:27 AM Nakuyabi
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* NotWhatItLooksLike / ThatCameOutWrong: When Tsukasa is telling his buddies about how his rather abortive first date with Tsukushi went horribly wrong, they don't realize he's complaining, and he doesn't catch on to their [[InnocentInnuendo interpreting everything he says to mean that he and she had a really wild and kinky night]]; mainly because when he tells them that "she strangled me all night long" he neglects to explain that she was wrapping a leek around his neck to bring down his fever because he was getting sick; and when they ask him what hotel they were using, and he says they were not in a hotel but in an elevator, he neglects to mention they were ''trapped'' there by mistake. They're all impressed at his "exploits" and one of them even remarks "Wow! ''My'' girlfriend's never tried [[CasualKink anything like]] [[ElevatorGoingDown that]]!"
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