History Manga / NoMatterHowILookAtItItsYouGuysFaultImNotPopular

8th Dec '16 11:34:38 AM Michal
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* FourthWallPsych: At the end of special chapter 6, created in collaboration with [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiba_Lotte_Marines Chiba Lotte Marines]], Tomoko and Kotomi start to talk about the team doing a collab with some "anime or manga or something" about a loner protagonist. [[spoiler:It turns out they are talking about ''[[{{LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU}} Oregairu]]''.]]



** At the end of special chapter 6, created in collaboration with [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chiba_Lotte_Marines Chiba Lotte Marines]], Tomoko and Kotomi start to talk about the team doing a collab with some "manga or anime or something" about a loner protagonist. [[spoiler:It turns out they are talking about ''[[{{LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU}} Oregairu]]''.]]
2nd Dec '16 11:41:39 AM Michal
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* AbsurdlyHighStakesGame: Invoked by Tomoko in chapter 92, after Yoshida asks Tomoko to play a claw machine to get her a plushie; Tomoko convinces herself that Yoshida will beat her up or worse if she loses, and compares her situation to that of a protagonist of a death game manga.


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* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: In chapter 108, after being told by Tomoko that Kotomi is a raging pervert [[spoiler:and being told by Akari that Kotomi is a very pure person, Tomoki concludes that she must be a very pure pervert]].
2nd Dec '16 6:54:48 AM grahav
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* FanNickname: Fans of the manga tend to call the characters by the nicknames Tomoko gives them.

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* FanNickname: Fans of the manga tend to call the characters by the nicknames that Tomoko gives them.
2nd Dec '16 6:54:00 AM grahav
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* FanNickname: Fans of the manga tend to call the charcters by the nicknames Tomoko gives them.

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* FanNickname: Fans of the manga tend to call the charcters characters by the nicknames Tomoko gives them.
2nd Dec '16 6:52:22 AM grahav
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* FanNickname: Fans of the manga tend to call the charcters by the nicknames Tomoko gives them.
29th Nov '16 8:15:43 AM Michal
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* ReverseCerebusSyndrome: Downplayed, as this series was never a full-on drama and the comedy was there from the start. However, early chapters (the chapters that the anime was adapted from, and thus probably influencing the people's impression of the whole series the most) showed Tomoko friendless (with exception of [[OnlyFriend Yuu]]), isolated in her school and repeatedly failing at socializing, and emphasized that Tomoko's situation is actually depressing for her. In later chapters Tomoko gets a small circle of acquaintances and even undergoes some positive CharacterDevelopment, and the series as a whole becomes much more focused on comedy.

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* ReverseCerebusSyndrome: Downplayed, as this series was never a full-on drama and the comedy was there from the start. However, early chapters (the chapters that the anime was adapted from, and thus probably influencing the people's impression of the whole series the most) showed Tomoko friendless (with exception of [[OnlyFriend Yuu]]), isolated in her school and repeatedly failing at socializing, and emphasized that Tomoko's situation is actually depressing for her. In later chapters Tomoko gets a small circle of acquaintances and even undergoes some positive CharacterDevelopment, and the series as a whole becomes much more focused on characters' interactions and comedy.
28th Nov '16 8:07:34 AM Michal
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* ReverseCerebusSyndrome: Downplayed, as this series was never a full-on drama and the comedy was there from the start. However, early chapters (the chapters that the anime was adapted from, and thus probably influencing the people's impression of the whole series the most) showed Tomoko friendless (with exception of [[OnlyFriend Yuu]]), isolated in her school and repeatedly failing at socializing, and emphasized that Tomoko's situation is actually depressing for her. In later chapters Tomoko gets a small circle of acquaintances and even undergoes some positive CharacterDevelopment, and the series as a whole becomes much more focused on comedy.
9th Oct '16 7:52:59 PM Mullon
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''No Matter How I Look at It, It's You Guys' Fault I'm Not Popular!'' (''Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dō Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui!''), also known by its official shorthand "''[=WataMote=]''", is a CringeComedy manga published online by [[PenName Nico Tanigawa]] ([[http://mangafox.me/manga/watashi_ga_motenai_no_wa_dou_kangaete_mo_omaera_ga_warui/v02/c019.5/6.html actually two people]]) with a cult following on [[{{Imageboards}} /a/ and /v/]]. Even Tanigawa herself communicates with Anglophone fans on her [[https://twitter.com/harimoguni Twitter]] account.

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''No Matter How I Look at It, It's You Guys' Fault I'm Not Popular!'' (''Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dō Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui!''), also known by its official shorthand "''[=WataMote=]''", is a CringeComedy manga published online by [[PenName Nico Tanigawa]] ([[http://mangafox.me/manga/watashi_ga_motenai_no_wa_dou_kangaete_mo_omaera_ga_warui/v02/c019.5/6.html actually two people]]) with a cult following on [[{{Imageboards}} [[Website/FourChan /a/ and /v/]]. Even Tanigawa herself communicates with Anglophone fans on her [[https://twitter.com/harimoguni Twitter]] account.
28th Sep '16 11:13:10 AM smallch
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* StaticCharacter: While Tomoko has some minor CharacterDevelopment, by most appearances she ends the series largely unchanged. This is often pointed to as either a point of criticism or praise, with critics being put off by the lack of any clear development, and proponents tending to read this as an acknowledgement that, in real life, problems like extreme social anxiety or maladjustment is usually an uneven, incremental process that rarely, if ever, has a clean resolution.

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* StaticCharacter: While Tomoko has some minor CharacterDevelopment, by most appearances she ends the series largely unchanged. This is often pointed to as either a point of criticism or praise, with critics being put off by the lack of any clear development, and proponents tending to read this as an acknowledgement that, in real life, dealing with problems like extreme social anxiety or maladjustment is usually an uneven, incremental incremental, uneven process that rarely, if ever, rarely has a clean resolution.
28th Sep '16 11:11:41 AM smallch
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* StaticCharacter: For the most part, Tomoko ends the series with her situation and character largely unchanged. This is often pointed to as either a point of criticism or praise, with critics being put off by the lack of any clear development, and proponents tending to read this as an acknowledgement that, in real life, problems like extreme social anxiety or maladjustment is usually an uneven, incremental process that rarely, if ever, has a clean resolution.

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* StaticCharacter: For the most part, While Tomoko has some minor CharacterDevelopment, by most appearances she ends the series with her situation and character largely unchanged. This is often pointed to as either a point of criticism or praise, with critics being put off by the lack of any clear development, and proponents tending to read this as an acknowledgement that, in real life, problems like extreme social anxiety or maladjustment is usually an uneven, incremental process that rarely, if ever, has a clean resolution.
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