11:18:50 AM Jul 3rd 2012
"This trope was originally known as Nakama, a Japanese word that many Westerners mistakenly think means a deep friendship with a dedication akin to family." So — what does it actually mean?
11:36:29 PM Nov 3rd 2012
I had the same reaction, so I did some digging. The edit I just made should explain it pretty well. Here's a source.
06:07:14 AM Dec 2nd 2011
Seems a bit too much of a stretch.
- Carl Sagan eloquently made the case in his "Pale Blue Dot" speech that the entire human race ought to feel this way:
Our planet is a lonely speck in the great enveloping cosmic dark. In our obscurity, in all this vastness, there is no hint that help will come from elsewhere to save us from ourselves.... [F]or the moment the Earth is where we make our stand.
10:44:05 PM Oct 12th 2011
edited by FallenLegend
edited by FallenLegend
I have a little probem with the definition. It says "It is a relationship considered to be deeper than mere friendship but more innocent than romance." Friendship is a kind of love as well. It (phileo) shoulnd't be confused with storge. Who says frienship in't as deep as family? (in it's normal state?).David and Jonathan anyone?, who says romance is not inocent?. I suggest that this part should be rephrased.
09:51:20 PM Nov 11th 2011
Good point but Love isn't necessarily always a romance.
02:15:58 PM Jul 17th 2011
Just dropping by to say that there's a double Lost example, but since I do not watch the series, I have no idea which one should be removed.
11:00:33 PM Jul 14th 2011
edited by QueenUltima
edited by QueenUltima
Little Mistake on the Final Fantasy VIII spoiler section: It's not that most of the characters are related, but that most of them grew up in the same orphanage. Also, can the Foxhound unit from Last Days of Foxhound be a subversion, since they are forced together as a group, have a love/hate relationship that burrows into each of them, and the ending specifically shows they fought/died for the same thing.
02:04:55 PM Jul 15th 2011
This Is A Wiki, after all.
05:59:40 AM Jun 6th 2011
Anyone else think this ought to be divided into sub-pages? It's getting pretty long
09:19:14 AM Dec 19th 2011
I... uh... I actually have a really weird argument against that... ^^; when I finished reading the entire page, and had every single subsection open, it made me squee to see how long it is. So unless it gets considerably even longer, I'd say it's not worth the effort per squee-unit payoff of having to open subpages, even though subpages look smaller but feel bigger. But you can ignore this if you like ^^;
06:42:37 PM Apr 25th 2011
This page needs a serious cleanup. In the Live Action TV section I see, at the very least, Lost and Red Dwarf mentioned twice.
07:52:44 PM Nov 7th 2010
I really want to change the image to one from Toy Story 3 after watching the ending. Someone, please talk me out of it. T_T
08:16:36 AM Dec 10th 2010
The Three Musketeers are more important. There, did that convince you?
03:42:17 PM Dec 10th 2010
A little.... But, here's my (honest) question- in the book, are they actually friends? Or do they just know each other/work together?
10:31:48 AM Dec 15th 2010
Yes, they are actually friends. That's the entire point. Read the book. Jeez...
10:12:26 PM Dec 15th 2010
Alright. XD Though, honestly, you do not have to be so rude. Currently I am in my senior HS year, and working on 5 IB courses so right now reading a brick like The Three Muskateers is not on my 'to do' list unless it's assigned. Get some non-rudeness. Jeez... See, it doesn't feel very nice, does it? :-/
01:37:04 PM Jan 12th 2011
Actually it has no effect on me emotionally at all, so it doesn't "feel" like anything. Just read the book already.
03:18:45 PM Jan 12th 2011
...I would love to, IF I ACTUALLY HAD THE TIME. ^_~ I don't right now. Sorry about that, but you don't know my schedule, and I don't know yours. Okay?
03:51:07 PM Feb 22nd 2011
I do know your schedule. 6 IB courses + EE and TOK. Reading the three musketeers must always come first.
11:01:10 PM May 1st 2011
loracarol: The Three Musketeers, unlike many classics, actually reads pretty swiftly - it's basically a nineteenth-century version of a thriller/adventure/buddy movie. I found the second half, especially, so fast-paced and tense that I couldn't put it down. When you DO have time, give it a try. As for whether or not they're friends...well, they DID invent the saying "All for one, and one for all," which is basically the essence of the nakama spirit.
09:38:40 PM Nov 11th 2011
Shoulda read it in elementary like me. Much more time. :) Besides I think Three Musketeers is better visual example plus a commonly known one.
07:23:16 PM Dec 23rd 2011
Oh my God, this sounds like a YouTube comments section. If loracarol doesn't want to/have time to read The Three Musketeers, he/she doesn't have to. Some people are faster readers than others. No need to be rude about it, he/she was just asking a question. End of discussion.