- In the very first story, The Devil's Game, the warning is that if you reset the game, all achievements and results up to that point would be erased. There are two ways you could interpret this — either she gets reset to back before she picked up the console, or she gets erased from the timeline entirely. (It doesn't just say in-game achievements) Instead, when she resets it, she's sucked into the console. Bwuh?
- Well, she was presumably erased when the game was turned off afterward...Maybe that's what it meant.
- The Last White Day has a student kill himself and... bakes himself into some cream puffs, which are then delivered to the girl he has a crush on? If he's dead, how could he continue to mix himself into the batter? And that's ignoring the ability to use scissors from within...
- Maybe it was a horror-like "love curse" he researched online while trying to find a way for the girl to start liking him and which turned out to be the real deal or something...? "With this Valentine/White Day special cream puffs you and your dream crush will become one! Worry about nothing, we'll even deliver it to their house! Just stick a knife to the gut and be the main ingredient!" I don't know, there have been stranger explications for stuff in this series.
- For Make-Believe Sisters, the parents don't understand why Haru believes herself to be The Unfavorite because they mention how much they doted on her when she was a younger child, and that she probably only thinks so because she's forgotten about that time. Are the parents implying that, once a child grows out of the toddler phase, they no longer need any love, attention, or maybe even some doting? Haru is eight years old, a third-grader. Is this a case of Values Dissonance or does this seem pretty hypocritical of the parents? "We treated you like the center of our universe when you were a child, stop expecting more love as you get older"?
- The Story About Twins says Nono and Nana look identical to each other, to the point that everyone mistakes one for the other based on sight. But they have different haircolors! Or is that just a way to distinguish them to the readers?
Headscratchers / Zekkyou Gakkyuu