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* IronicEcho: The day Chi officially began her affair with the Long Long Man, she asks him if she can touch his Loooong Sakeru Gummy. [[spoiler:Tooru asks the same question, with the same wording, when he accepts the Long Long Man's feelings.]]

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* HandsOnApproach: The Long Long Man holds Chi's hands to show her how to tear the long Sakeru Gummy, but she quickly pulls away in embarrassment.


** The campaign is not actually called "Long Long Man", it's actually "Sakeru Gummy vs. Long Sakeru Gummy.


* ClicheStorm: [[invoked]]This campaign makes fun of common Japanese soap opera tropes. Even the website they had at the time was designed to look like it belonged to a cliched soap opera.

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* ClicheStorm: [[invoked]]This Invoked. This campaign makes fun of common Japanese soap opera tropes. Even the website they had at the time was designed to look like it belonged to a cliched soap opera.



* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Chi's preference for longer candy over the shorter version may remind one of... [[BiggerIsBetterInBed another thing which women prefer when it's longer]]. [[spoiler:To drive the point home further, one of the ads depicts Tooru having an ImaginationSpot of Chi eating one of said longer candies with Long Long Man... while they're both naked in bed together.]]

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Chi's preference for longer candy over the shorter version may remind one of... [[BiggerIsBetterInBed another thing which women prefer when it's longer]]. [[spoiler:To drive the point home further, one of the ads depicts Tooru having an ImaginationSpot ImagineSpot of Chi eating one of said longer candies with Long Long Man... while they're both naked in bed together.]]

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* AllForNothing: [[spoiler:Chi abandoning Tooru a second time, and on their own wedding, ultimately leaves her empty-handed and an outcast amongst her friends and family. This is no thanks to Long Long Man actually being interested in Tooru and not her. When Long Long Man and Tooru begin sharing Sakeru Gummy together, Chi can only watch in horror and despair as the one thing she wanted is taken away from her.]]

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* BaitAndSwitch: The series shows how infatuated Chi is becoming with the Long Long Man - [[spoiler: but ends with the man approaching ''Tooru'' over their shared love of Sakeru Gummies.]]


* WeddingsInJapan: Tooru and Chi have a Western-style wedding ceremony, during which Tooru wears a white tuxedo. [[spoiler:The Long Long Man, however, wears a black tuxedo when he shows up. With a ridiculously long tail.]]
* WidgetSeries: An advertising campaign that's basically a soap opera where the characters' love life is shaken up by candy? Since its airing, it's become a well-known example of Japan's weirdness.

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* WeddingsInJapan: Tooru and Chi have a Western-style wedding ceremony, during which Tooru wears a white tuxedo. [[spoiler:The Long Long Man, however, wears a black tuxedo when he shows up. With a ridiculously long tail.]]
* WidgetSeries: An advertising campaign that's basically a soap opera where the characters' love life is shaken up by candy? Since its airing, it's become a well-known example of Japan's weirdness.
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** The campaign is not actually called "Long Long Man", it's actually "Sakeru Gummy vs. Long Sakeru Gummy.

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* CompanionCube: When Tooru tries to stretch out a short gummy piece to make it longer, Chi begs him to stop as she feels bad for the gummy.


* WidgetSeries: An advertising campaign that's basically a soap opera where the characters' love life is shaken up by candy? Since its airing, it's become a well-known example of Japan's weirdness.
* YourCheatingHeart: Chi becomes attracted towards Long Long Man and his Long Sakeru Gummy despite being in a relationship, and later being married to Tooru.

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* WidgetSeries: An advertising campaign that's basically a soap opera where the characters' love life is shaken up by candy? Since its airing, it's become a well-known example of Japan's weirdness.
* YourCheatingHeart: Chi becomes attracted towards Long Long Man and his Long Sakeru Gummy despite being in a relationship, and later being married to Tooru.
weirdness.


* SecretlyDying: It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Chi is actually ill and doesn't have long to live. This is why she loves long things so much, because they make her think of a long life. The next segment heavily implies it was just an excuse to get out of trouble with Tooru.]]

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* SecretlyDying: It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Chi is actually ill and doesn't have long to live. This is why she loves long things so much, because they make her think of a long life. The However, the next segment heavily implies it was [[SubvertedTrope just an excuse for her to get out of trouble with Tooru.Tooru]].]]


* WackyMarriageProposal: {{Defied}}. Tooru asked Chi-chan how she would like to be proposed, to which she says she doesn't like huge elaborate proposals. Cue the panicked Tooru signalling the flash mob he's already prepared to disperse and call it off, before quickly proposing to her in the ensuing chaos.

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* WackyMarriageProposal: {{Defied}}. Tooru asked asks Chi-chan how she would like to be proposed, proposed to, to which she says replies that she doesn't like huge elaborate proposals.flash mobs. Cue the panicked Tooru signalling the flash mob he's already prepared to disperse and call it off, before quickly proposing to her in the ensuing chaos.


* AbortedArc: Chi's [[spoiler:SecretlyDying sub-arc]] is never further explored after the segment it makes it debut in. The next segment implies she was just faking it as a FreudianExcuse for cheating on Tooru, with her coworker scolding her for it.

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* AbortedArc: Chi's [[spoiler:SecretlyDying sub-arc]] is never further explored after the segment it makes it debut in. The next segment implies she was just faking it as a FreudianExcuse an excuse for cheating on Tooru, with her coworker scolding her for it.



* SecretlyDying: It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Chi is actually ill and doesn't have long to live. This is why she loves long things so much, because they make her think of a long life. The next segment heavily implies it was just a FreudianExcuse to get out of trouble with Tooru.]]

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* SecretlyDying: It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Chi is actually ill and doesn't have long to live. This is why she loves long things so much, because they make her think of a long life. The next segment heavily implies it was just a FreudianExcuse an excuse to get out of trouble with Tooru.]]

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* RewatchBonus: The scene of the rabbit mascot with the balloons? Not only is it [[spoiler:Long Long Man inside the costume, but him letting go of the balloons can be read as him being shocked to see Tooru proposing to Chi-chan]].


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* WackyMarriageProposal: {{Defied}}. Tooru asked Chi-chan how she would like to be proposed, to which she says she doesn't like huge elaborate proposals. Cue the panicked Tooru signalling the flash mob he's already prepared to disperse and call it off, before quickly proposing to her in the ensuing chaos.


* AbortedArc: Chi's [[spoiler:SecretlyDying sub-arc]] is never further explored after the segment it makes it debut in. The next segment implies she was just faking it to get out of the relationship with her coworker scolding her for it.

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* AbortedArc: Chi's [[spoiler:SecretlyDying sub-arc]] is never further explored after the segment it makes it debut in. The next segment implies she was just faking it to get out of the relationship as a FreudianExcuse for cheating on Tooru, with her coworker scolding her for it.



* SecretlyDying: It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Chi is actually ill and doesn't have long to live. This is why she loves long things so much, because they make her think of a long life.]]

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* SecretlyDying: It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Chi is actually ill and doesn't have long to live. This is why she loves long things so much, because they make her think of a long life. The next segment heavily implies it was just a FreudianExcuse to get out of trouble with Tooru.]]

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