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* EpilepticTrees: Many, if not most, of the fandom is under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The common consensus was that it was brought on by ParentalIncest, though after the reveal [[spoiler:that Mari's mom was abusive to Mari in the past]] fans began considering that the trigger. Considering the mangaka's other works the theory isn't too outlandish.

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* BrokenBase: Fans were mostly disappointed by the ending. Mari and Yori [[spoiler:[[DidNotGetTheGirl part ways]]]] and many plot threads seemed to be abandoned. Was it a good ending or not?
* EpilepticTrees: Many, if not most, of the fandom is under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The common consensus was that it was brought on by ParentalIncest, though after the reveal [[spoiler:that Mari's mom was abusive to Mari in the past]] fans began considering that the trigger. Considering the mangaka's other works the theory isn't too outlandish. [[spoiler:Later confirmed]].


* AbusiveParents:
** Or at least [[ParentalNeglect negectful.]] Mari's parents at first seem, well, like [[ParentsAsPeople parents]], but it soon becomes clear that Mari's mother is dismissive of Mari's wants or needs and either treats her as a trophy, a possession or a burden depending upon how broken Mari happens to be at the moment.
** As for Mari's father, he's usually at work, and seems to be actively avoiding dealing with any turmoil at home. Neglectful is the best way you could possibly describe him.



* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Is Isao in Mari, or is Mari just suffering from a Personality Disorder? Nothing in the setup or early story line definitively contradicts either interpretation, though the later events [[spoiler: after the girls learn that Mari was stalking Isao just as much as he was stalking her]] tend to support the former.


** Or at least [[ParentalNeglect negectful.]] Mari's parents at first seem, well, like parents, but the first point that seems odd is when a boy comes over to see Mari. Despite 'Mari' clearly being uncomfortable in his presence, her mother simply shoos them upstairs, either oblivious or uncaring for her feelings in the matter. Where this gets abusive is her possibly psychologically hurting Fumiko by changing her name, and, more recently, when Mari is in a coma, coming to the conclusion that Mari is simply faking a coma, despite her having soiled herself, and nearly hits her, were it not for the doorbell ringing. Shortly after, when she heard Yori talk to Komori/Mari in an attempt to snap him/her out, despite her going as far as to say she loves Mari, she somehow thinks Yori is playing some kind of game to disrespect her, and orders her to leave and never return.
** As for Mari's father, he's usually at work, and normally would be exempt from being considered neglectful or abusive, but when Mari is in a coma he seems to be actively avoiding answering Mari's mother on when he'll actually help with the situation, and quickly hangs up, coming off as a bit neglectful and uncaring.

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** Or at least [[ParentalNeglect negectful.]] Mari's parents at first seem, well, like parents, [[ParentsAsPeople parents]], but the first point it soon becomes clear that seems odd is when a boy comes over to see Mari. Despite 'Mari' clearly being uncomfortable in his presence, her Mari's mother simply shoos them upstairs, is dismissive of Mari's wants or needs and either oblivious or uncaring for treats her feelings in the matter. Where this gets abusive is her possibly psychologically hurting Fumiko by changing her name, and, more recently, when as a trophy, a possession or a burden depending upon how broken Mari is in a coma, coming happens to be at the conclusion that Mari is simply faking a coma, despite her having soiled herself, and nearly hits her, were it not for the doorbell ringing. Shortly after, when she heard Yori talk to Komori/Mari in an attempt to snap him/her out, despite her going as far as to say she loves Mari, she somehow thinks Yori is playing some kind of game to disrespect her, and orders her to leave and never return.
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** As for Mari's father, he's usually at work, and normally would be exempt from being considered neglectful or abusive, but when Mari is in a coma he seems to be actively avoiding answering Mari's mother on when he'll actually help dealing with any turmoil at home. Neglectful is the situation, and quickly hangs up, coming off as a bit neglectful and uncaring.best way you could possibly describe him.


** Or at least [[ParentalNeglect negectful.]] Mari's parents at first seem, well, like parents, but the first point that seems odd is when a boy comes over to see Mari. Despite 'Mari' clearly being uncomfortable in his presence, her mother simply shoos them upstairs, either oblivious or uncaring for her feelings in the matter. Where this gets abusive is her possibly psychologically hurting Fumiko by changing her name, and, more recently, when Mari is in a coma, coming to the conclusion that Mari is simply faking a coma, despite her having soiled herself, and nearly hits her, where it not for the doorbell ringing. Shortly after, when she heard Yori talk to Komori/Mari in an attempt to snap him/her out, despite her going as far as to say she loves Mari, she somehow thinks Yori is playing some kind of game to disrespect her, and orders her to leave and never return.

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** Or at least [[ParentalNeglect negectful.]] Mari's parents at first seem, well, like parents, but the first point that seems odd is when a boy comes over to see Mari. Despite 'Mari' clearly being uncomfortable in his presence, her mother simply shoos them upstairs, either oblivious or uncaring for her feelings in the matter. Where this gets abusive is her possibly psychologically hurting Fumiko by changing her name, and, more recently, when Mari is in a coma, coming to the conclusion that Mari is simply faking a coma, despite her having soiled herself, and nearly hits her, where were it not for the doorbell ringing. Shortly after, when she heard Yori talk to Komori/Mari in an attempt to snap him/her out, despite her going as far as to say she loves Mari, she somehow thinks Yori is playing some kind of game to disrespect her, and orders her to leave and never return.


AbusiveParents: Or at least [[ParentalNeglect negectful.]] Mari's parents at first seem, well, like parents, but the first point that seems odd is when a boy comes over to see Mari. Despite 'Mari' clearly being uncomfortable in his presence, her mother simply shoos them upstairs, either oblivious or uncaring for her feelings in the matter. Where this gets abusive is her possibly psychologically hurting Fumiko by changing her name, and, more recently, when Mari is in a coma, coming to the conclusion that Mari is simply faking a coma, despite her having soiled herself, and nearly hits her, where it not for the doorbell ringing. Shortly after, when she heard Yori talk to Komori/Mari in an attempt to snap him/her out, despite her going as far as to say she loves Mari, she somehow thinks Yori is playing some kind of game to disrespect her, and orders her to leave and never return.

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AbusiveParents: * AbusiveParents:
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Or at least [[ParentalNeglect negectful.]] Mari's parents at first seem, well, like parents, but the first point that seems odd is when a boy comes over to see Mari. Despite 'Mari' clearly being uncomfortable in his presence, her mother simply shoos them upstairs, either oblivious or uncaring for her feelings in the matter. Where this gets abusive is her possibly psychologically hurting Fumiko by changing her name, and, more recently, when Mari is in a coma, coming to the conclusion that Mari is simply faking a coma, despite her having soiled herself, and nearly hits her, where it not for the doorbell ringing. Shortly after, when she heard Yori talk to Komori/Mari in an attempt to snap him/her out, despite her going as far as to say she loves Mari, she somehow thinks Yori is playing some kind of game to disrespect her, and orders her to leave and never return.


AbusiveParents/ParentalNeglect: Mari's parents at first seem, well, like parents, but the first point that seems odd is when a boy comes over to see Mari. Despite 'Mari' clearly being uncomfortable in his presence, her mother simply shoos them upstairs, either oblivious or uncaring for her feelings in the matter. Where this gets abusive is her possibly psychologically hurting Fumiko by changing her name, and, more recently, when Mari is in a coma, coming to the conclusion that Mari is simply faking a coma, despite her having soiled herself, and nearly hits her, where it not for the doorbell ringing. Shortly after, when she heard Yori talk to Komori/Mari in an attempt to snap him/her out, despite her going as far as to say she loves Mari, she somehow thinks Yori is playing some kind of game to disrespect her, and orders her to leave and never return.

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AbusiveParents/ParentalNeglect: AbusiveParents: Or at least [[ParentalNeglect negectful.]] Mari's parents at first seem, well, like parents, but the first point that seems odd is when a boy comes over to see Mari. Despite 'Mari' clearly being uncomfortable in his presence, her mother simply shoos them upstairs, either oblivious or uncaring for her feelings in the matter. Where this gets abusive is her possibly psychologically hurting Fumiko by changing her name, and, more recently, when Mari is in a coma, coming to the conclusion that Mari is simply faking a coma, despite her having soiled herself, and nearly hits her, where it not for the doorbell ringing. Shortly after, when she heard Yori talk to Komori/Mari in an attempt to snap him/her out, despite her going as far as to say she loves Mari, she somehow thinks Yori is playing some kind of game to disrespect her, and orders her to leave and never return.

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AbusiveParents/ParentalNeglect: Mari's parents at first seem, well, like parents, but the first point that seems odd is when a boy comes over to see Mari. Despite 'Mari' clearly being uncomfortable in his presence, her mother simply shoos them upstairs, either oblivious or uncaring for her feelings in the matter. Where this gets abusive is her possibly psychologically hurting Fumiko by changing her name, and, more recently, when Mari is in a coma, coming to the conclusion that Mari is simply faking a coma, despite her having soiled herself, and nearly hits her, where it not for the doorbell ringing. Shortly after, when she heard Yori talk to Komori/Mari in an attempt to snap him/her out, despite her going as far as to say she loves Mari, she somehow thinks Yori is playing some kind of game to disrespect her, and orders her to leave and never return.
** As for Mari's father, he's usually at work, and normally would be exempt from being considered neglectful or abusive, but when Mari is in a coma he seems to be actively avoiding answering Mari's mother on when he'll actually help with the situation, and quickly hangs up, coming off as a bit neglectful and uncaring.


* EpilepticTrees: Many, if not most, of the fandom is under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. A common consensus is that it was brought on by ParentalIncest. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.

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* EpilepticTrees: Many, if not most, of the fandom is under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. A The common consensus is was that it was brought on by ParentalIncest. ParentalIncest, though after the reveal [[spoiler:that Mari's mom was abusive to Mari in the past]] fans began considering that the trigger. Considering the mangaka mangaka's other works the theory isn't too outlandish.



* SeasonalRot: it suddenly got lots of ecchi and [[ADateWithRosiePalms more]] which was completely unrelated to the plot and unnecicary. Thankfully it managed to get better again a few chapters after that again.

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* SeasonalRot: it It suddenly got lots of ecchi and [[ADateWithRosiePalms more]] which was completely unrelated to the plot and unnecicary.unnecessary. Thankfully it managed to get better again a few chapters after that again.


* SeasonalRot: it suddenly got lots of ecchi and more which was completely unrelated to the plot and unnecicary. Thankfully it managed to get better again a few chapters after that again.

to:

* SeasonalRot: it suddenly got lots of ecchi and more [[ADateWithRosiePalms more]] which was completely unrelated to the plot and unnecicary. Thankfully it managed to get better again a few chapters after that again.


* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Is Isao in Mari, or is Mari just suffering from a Personality Disorder? Nothing in the setup or early story line definitively contradicts either interpretation, though the later events [[spoiler: after the girls learn that Mari was stalking Isao just as much as he was stalking her]] tend to support the former.

to:

* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Is Isao in Mari, or is Mari just suffering from a Personality Disorder? Nothing in the setup or early story line definitively contradicts either interpretation, though the later events [[spoiler: after the girls learn that Mari was stalking Isao just as much as he was stalking her]] tend to support the former.former.
* SeasonalRot: it suddenly got lots of ecchi and more which was completely unrelated to the plot and unnecicary. Thankfully it managed to get better again a few chapters after that again.


* EpilepticTrees: Many, if not most, of the fandom is under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. A common consensus is that it was brought on by ParentalIncest.. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.

to:

* EpilepticTrees: Many, if not most, of the fandom is under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. A common consensus is that it was brought on by ParentalIncest.. ParentalIncest. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.outlandish.
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Is Isao in Mari, or is Mari just suffering from a Personality Disorder? Nothing in the setup or early story line definitively contradicts either interpretation, though the later events [[spoiler: after the girls learn that Mari was stalking Isao just as much as he was stalking her]] tend to support the former.


* EpilepticTrees: Most of the fandom's are under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The common consensus is it was brought on by ParentalIncest.. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.

to:

* EpilepticTrees: Most Many, if not most, of the fandom's are fandom is under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The A common consensus is that it was brought on by ParentalIncest.. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.


* EpilepticTrees: Most of the fandoms are under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The common consensus is it was brought on by ParentalIncest.. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.

to:

* EpilepticTrees: Most of the fandoms fandom's are under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The common consensus is it was brought on by ParentalIncest.. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.


* EpilepticTrees: Most of the fandoms are under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The common consensus is it was brought on by Parentalncest.. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.

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* EpilepticTrees: Most of the fandoms are under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The common consensus is it was brought on by Parentalncest..ParentalIncest.. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.


* EpilepticTrees: Most of the fandoms are under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The common consensus is it was brought on by ParentIncest.. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.

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* EpilepticTrees: Most of the fandoms are under the impression it's not truly a bodyswap manga: Mari just has psychological issues, most likely Multiple Personality Disorder. The common consensus is it was brought on by ParentIncest..Parentalncest.. Considering the mangaka the theory isn't too outlandish.

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