YMMV / Nononono

  • Audience-Alienating Premise: Its premise is not the issue, instead how it's presented. A lot of people got turned off with
  • Narm: the Bilingual Bonus of 'Forsätt' fall into this by the character claiming it's Norwegian, when Norwegian use å and not ä.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: it had been so much better if it actually was based mostly on character growth and ski jumping, instead of all the perverts, Near Rape Experiences, Squick, overly many Break the Cutie moments, and shit. I know it's typical for Lynn Okamoto, but still… it just makes it disgusting and after finishing it because one wonder how it'll end, regular people would never want to pick it up again. To make matters worse, according to Word of God is it a Romantic Comedy… how..?
  • Unintentional Period Piece: as of 2014, girls are now allowed to compete in ski jumping in the Olympics.
  • Unintentionally Unsympathetic: Yuusuke Nonomiya. At first it's easy to sympathize with him because he was publicly shamed and abused for losing the gold medal. However all sympathy is lost for him when he not only abuses his son, Yuuta, into becoming a better ski jumper, but even threatens to kill him if he refuses to get better at his skills. Sure, Yuusuke shows remorse for his abuse of Yuuta and he even hangs himself in despair, however that doesn't make him any less of a scumbag.
  • The Scrappy: Yuusuke Nonomiya for horribly abusing his son, Yuuta, into becoming a better skii jumper all for his own selfish reasons so people can stop pubicly harassing him (Yuusuke) for losing the gold medal.
  • The Woobie: Nono. Come on, the poor kid has been training all this time to win the Olympic gold medal, but her dad just didn't care about her effort because there isn't a women's category in ski jumping, and focused all his attention on Yuuta, whose ability... just wasn't good enough.