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11th Mar '16 3:51:05 PM TristanJeremiah
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* The author says that the series is based on her life, so it makes sense.

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* The author says that some parts of the series is based on her life, come from old high school memories, so it makes sense.
12th Sep '15 7:30:40 AM zerohelix
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The ending theme has Tomoko sing a tune with an uplifting tone. It tries to go with StylisticSuck but frequently slips up, causing Tomoko to sound quite good. She's just a little rough around the edges unless she's starting to have an emotional breakdown, then it goes into the crapper but that's true for everyone. Of course the ending theme is obviously not part of the main story. ChekhovsGun? Doesn't quite fit the definition. {{Foreshadowing}}? Yeah, that's more appropriate.

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* The ending theme has Tomoko sing a tune with an uplifting tone. It tries to go with StylisticSuck but frequently slips up, causing Tomoko to sound quite good. She's just a little rough around the edges unless she's starting to have an emotional breakdown, then it goes into the crapper but that's true for everyone. Of course the ending theme is obviously not part of the main story. ChekhovsGun? Doesn't quite fit the definition. {{Foreshadowing}}? Yeah, that's more appropriate.



* ...but later realises her newfound popularity is shallow, and that people don't love her for who she is, so she wishes to return to the honest friendships she had with Yuu and (possibly) Komiyama, the moral of the story being that it doesn't matter being popular as long as there's at least one person out there who considers you a true friend.

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* ......but later realises her newfound popularity is shallow, and that people don't love her for who she is, so she wishes to return to the honest friendships she had with Yuu and (possibly) Komiyama, the moral of the story being that it doesn't matter being popular as long as there's at least one person out there who considers you a true friend.



* At the end of the series, she comments that her story doesnt matter and then laughs. She learned to laugh at her problems instead of taking them and herself so seriously, finding a certain humor in them. also, Tomoko's situation isnt completely hopeless; Though she didn't become popular, someone out there wants to "keep an eye on her".

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* At the end of the series, she comments that her story doesnt doesn't matter and then laughs. She learned to laugh at her problems instead of taking them and herself so seriously, finding a certain humor in them. also, Tomoko's situation isnt completely hopeless; Though she didn't become popular, someone out there wants to "keep an eye on her".
23rd Apr '15 5:03:42 AM Number42
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** If this is true, it's likely that one of her grandparents on the foreign (most likely her father's, as her mother seems to be Japanese) side of her family is [[TheCatcherInTheRye Holden Caulfield]].
11th Feb '15 1:45:03 AM DesignatedNPC
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[[WMG: The reason why Tomoki's grown cold toward her sister...]]

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[[WMG: The reason why Tomoki's grown cold toward her his sister...]]




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* Or tried to get ''him'' to "rape" her. We've seen Tomoko try to get Tomoki to play along with her scenarios, i.e. "wall-slamming" her, and she's displayed an inability to distinguish fantasy from reality, especially when at a low point. That plus Tomoko's tendency to ignore the effect she has on others, and the fact that Tomoki's the only guy she has real conversations with (plus the tendency of H-games to feature BrotherSisterIncest, blood-related or otherwise), could mean trouble.
30th Nov '14 7:02:05 AM KuroKokoro
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[[WMG: Tomoko is a stealth TakeThat to {{yandere}} fans]]
* Showing how messed up you have to be in order to be into that.
31st Aug '14 11:26:09 PM Krashlia
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* At the end of the series, she comments that her story doesnt matter and then laughs. She learned to laugh at her problems instead of taking them and herself so seriously and finding humor in them. also, Tomoko's situation isnt completely hopeless. Though she didn't become popular, someone out there wants to "keep an eye on her".

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* At the end of the series, she comments that her story doesnt matter and then laughs. She learned to laugh at her problems instead of taking them and herself so seriously and seriously, finding a certain humor in them. also, Tomoko's situation isnt completely hopeless. hopeless; Though she didn't become popular, someone out there wants to "keep an eye on her".
31st Aug '14 11:25:21 PM Krashlia
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[[WMG: Tomoko recieved an EstoricHappyEnding]]

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[[WMG: Tomoko recieved an EstoricHappyEnding]]EsotericHappyEnding]]
31st Aug '14 4:38:24 PM Krashlia
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* In fact, she might have been the TV witch.


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[[WMG: Tomoko recieved an EstoricHappyEnding]]
* At the end of the series, she comments that her story doesnt matter and then laughs. She learned to laugh at her problems instead of taking them and herself so seriously and finding humor in them. also, Tomoko's situation isnt completely hopeless. Though she didn't become popular, someone out there wants to "keep an eye on her".
10th Jul '14 2:16:03 PM Clownboss
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[[WMG: Near the end of the series, Tomoko will get exactly what she wants, and becomes popular.]]
* ...but later realises her newfound popularity is shallow, and that people don't love her for who she is, so she wishes to return to the honest friendships she had with Yuu and (possibly) Komiyama, the moral of the story being that it doesn't matter being popular as long as there's at least one person out there who considers you a true friend.
22nd Jan '14 12:44:58 PM ilniaj
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The ending theme has Tomoko sing a tune with an uplifting tone. It tries to go with StylisticSuck but frequently slips up, causing Tomoko to sound quite good. She's just a little rough around the edges unless she's starting to have an emotional breakdown, then it goes into the crapper but that's true for everyone. Of course the ending theme is obviously not part of the main story. ChekhovsGun? Doesn't quite fit the definition. Foreshadowing? Yeah, that's more appropriate.

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The ending theme has Tomoko sing a tune with an uplifting tone. It tries to go with StylisticSuck but frequently slips up, causing Tomoko to sound quite good. She's just a little rough around the edges unless she's starting to have an emotional breakdown, then it goes into the crapper but that's true for everyone. Of course the ending theme is obviously not part of the main story. ChekhovsGun? Doesn't quite fit the definition. Foreshadowing? {{Foreshadowing}}? Yeah, that's more appropriate.
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