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YMMV / Nononono

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  • Jerkass Woobie: Yuusuke was obviously intended to be this. However, his reason for treating his kids so badly (especially Yuuta) is so weak that no normal person will feel any sympathy for him.
  • Narm: the Bilingual Bonus of 'Forsätt' fall into this by the character claiming it's Norwegian, when Norwegian use å and not ä.
  • Too Bleak, Stopped Caring: The story is about Nono Nonomiya entering olympic skiing and trying to win the gold medal in order to honor her deceased father, Yuusuke, all while disguised as her also deceased brother, Yuuta. However after the story reveals Yuusuke had abused Yuuta, physically and psychologically to the point of driving him to suicide, it becomes really hard to care whether Nono wins the gold medal or not. Not helped by the fact that most of the surrounding characters are very unlikable, with only a few exceptions. And the amount of crap Nono has to go through throughout the story makes this series even more difficult to enjoy.
  • 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 Yuusuke 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 eventually shows remorse for his abuse of Yuuta and he even hangs himself in despair, however that does little to mitigate his atrocious treatment of Yuuta.
  • 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.
    • Yuusuke (at first). Being publicly shamed and harassed just because you lost the gold medal is not a pleasant experience for anyone. However, he loses his woobiness by the time he's abusing his son, Yuuta.
    • Speaking of Yuuta, he more than counts as this. First he's constantly being abused by his dad, Yuusuke, into becoming a better skii jumper and eventually commits suicide by setting his house on fire.