History YMMV / BunnyDrop

17th Sep '17 12:08:17 PM MiracleChange
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: [[spoiler;Some readers have noted that Rin developing feelings for her adoptive father basically out of nowhere to the point of cutting out all possible love interests might be the sign of something darker going on.]]

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: [[spoiler;Some [[spoiler:Some readers have noted that Rin developing feelings for her adoptive father basically out of nowhere to the point of cutting out all possible love interests might be the sign of something darker going on.]]
17th Sep '17 12:07:46 PM MiracleChange
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*AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: [[spoiler;Some readers have noted that Rin developing feelings for her adoptive father basically out of nowhere to the point of cutting out all possible love interests might be the sign of something darker going on.]]
15th Mar '17 8:37:42 AM SamMax
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* FanonDiscontinuity: A good chunk of fans insist that the post-timeskip half of the manga never happened.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: A good chunk of fans insist that the post-timeskip half of the manga never happened. Apparently, the makers of the anime adaptation themselves agreed, since said adaptation didn't even ''touch'' that material.



* OldShame: The manga seems to be becoming one for YenPress.
12th Mar '17 4:34:51 PM rjd1922
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* NoYay: [[spoiler: Rin and Daikichi after the TimeSkip.]] [[YRulerOfTime Some people took it less well than others.]]

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* NoYay: [[spoiler: Rin and Daikichi after the TimeSkip.]] [[YRulerOfTime [[WebVideo/YRulerOfTime Some people took it less well than others.]]
12th Mar '17 4:34:34 PM rjd1922
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** Contrary to popular belief, the infamous manga ending where [[spoiler:a now adult Rin and her father figure Daikichi [[WifeHusbandry get married]]]] is ''not'' a case of this. Japanese fans hated it too.
18th Jan '17 9:24:34 AM HighCrate
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* DeaderThanDisco:
** The manga's status in the west, to the point that its American publisher seems to be distancing itself from it. The anime is still regarded as very good, though.
** Even the anime is starting to get this as many fans are too reminded of the manga to find it enjoyable anymore.
19th Dec '16 9:37:10 PM WickedIcon
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** [[spoiler:Rin and Daikichi's relationship]] after the timeskip, though the only real values dissonance is that it was allowed to be published at all. Japanese readers were just as displeased with what happens after the timeskip as western readers were.
30th Sep '16 7:34:21 PM Oecchi
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** [[spoiler:Rin and Daikichi's relationship]] after the timeskip, though it's not so much that Japanese readers liked it but more that it was just bearable enough to be published.

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** [[spoiler:Rin and Daikichi's relationship]] after the timeskip, though it's not so much the only real values dissonance is that it was allowed to be published at all. Japanese readers liked it but more that it was were just bearable enough to be published.as displeased with what happens after the timeskip as western readers were.
20th Jul '16 10:09:31 AM Kimelea
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* ItWasHisSled:[[spoiler: Rin and Daikichi ending up together]] has been cited as one of the most poorly hidden manga ending spoilers. It's not uncommon for the series to basically be referred to as "That manga where a man raises a little girl then [[spoiler:ends up dating her 10 years later]]".

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* ItWasHisSled:[[spoiler: ItWasHisSled: [[spoiler: Rin and Daikichi ending up together]] has been cited as one of the most poorly hidden manga ending spoilers. It's not uncommon for the series to basically be referred to as "That manga where a man raises a little girl then [[spoiler:ends up dating her 10 years later]]".



** Some feel that [[spoiler:a teenage girl developing feelings for her adoptive father and how both of them deal with it]] might actually have been quite an interesting plot if it was handled...differently.

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** Some feel that [[spoiler:a teenage girl developing feelings for her adoptive father and how both of them deal with it]] might actually have been quite an interesting plot if it was handled... differently.
20th Jul '16 10:07:25 AM Kimelea
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** When Haruko runs away,the end of the episode/chapter has her deciding to just bear her unhappy marriage and relationship with her inlaws. She is not encouraged to fight for her own happiness despite the obstacles as the message of an American show might be. Deconstructed after the TimeSkip, when Reina casually mentions that her parents separated at some point, suggesting that it wasn't the right path for Haruko.

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** When Haruko runs away,the away, the end of the episode/chapter has her deciding to just bear her unhappy marriage and relationship with her inlaws. She is not encouraged to fight for her own happiness despite the obstacles as the message of an American show might be. Deconstructed after the TimeSkip, when Reina casually mentions that her parents separated at some point, suggesting that it wasn't the right path for Haruko.
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