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Post Reply The Eternal Question: Should Yunoki-sama end up with Kahoko?
Posted 10/16/08
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Posted 11/1/08
No... he's mine!!! Anyway, isn't Kaho Tsukimori's?
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Posted 11/5/08
Since when was Kaho Tsukimori's?
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Posted 11/16/09
My thoughts on Yunoki-sempai and Kahoko being together are kind of mixed. On the one hand, I completely adore sempai, but there are a lot of things keeping these two apart.

Putting his family issues aside, he's also extremely loyal to Kazuki, and is therefore hesitant to pursue Kaho as anything more than a joke. (Though he does work his way around that small obstacle in the game if you decide to chase them both.)

If he ever decides to get serious, I don't think that Kaho will be able to get away. But he's just too passive.

I still want them to get together, but the likelihood of that happening is so far out there, I don't think that they will even hang out after high school and college. They may pretend not to notice if they pass each other on the street.

But then again, maybe they will. A reunion fic would be interesting.
Posted 11/18/09

DarkeAOU wrote:

Putting his family issues aside, he's also extremely loyal to Kazuki, and is therefore hesitant to pursue Kaho as anything more than a joke. (Though he does work his way around that small obstacle in the game if you decide to chase them both.)


He is very loyal to Kazuki, but from my interpretation Kazuki will be able to get over it :P


If he ever decides to get serious, I don't think that Kaho will be able to get away. But he's just too passive.


Kaho will never be able to get away from him. If he's serious he'll use anything he can use to get her. Even if it means threatening her I think. About him being passive...I don't really think so... Well, somewhat he is. He's passive and aggressive at the same time...? I think that's what it is. He shows his feelings but Kahoko thinks he's bullying her. He probably planned it so that she will never find out the truth. Sometimes I think he bullies her to make her think about him at all times


I still want them to get together, but the likelihood of that happening is so far out there, I don't think that they will even hang out after high school and college. They may pretend not to notice if they pass each other on the street.

But then again, maybe they will. A reunion fic would be interesting.


About them hanging out after high school and college...it would be based on what happens in high school of course But I think Azuma won't forget Kahoko (if he really does love her). I have a feeling that he's the loyal type
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Posted 11/18/09

priscilia301 wrote:

He probably planned it so that she will never find out the truth. Sometimes I think he bullies her to make her think about him at all times


You're partially right there. He wants the person that he likes to think about him as well. I don't think that's a bad thing.

And I can only underline everything that I just wrote before by saying that Yunoki-sempai is someone who prefers to think of others before he thinks of himself. He's used to not getting what he wants, so he tries not to want anything. He is almost entirely focused on sacrificing himself for things that are "beyond his control."

The problem with that is, you can't really live that way. You're always going to be reaching out for what you want. Therefore, sempai gives himself a little wriggle room by passing everything off as a joke. (I have done this myself on several occasions.) He's helped out here by Kaho being so completely oblivious.

However, despite his penchant for bullying, he doesn't really push her very far. Yes, he did push her down that one time, but that was really just to scare her. Time and again, he's been concerned about her, and he uses his teasing as a smokescreen to hide behind.

"This is not the person for me." That's the main point in his mind. For this reason, he encourages Hihara-sempai to pursue his one-sided love, and he encourages Kaho to come to terms with Tsukimori-kun studying abroad. And he says it the same way both times: Forget what is on your own mind, and first consider the other person's feelings. Those are words that he himself lives by.

Part of the reason that I call sempai passive is because he doesn't seriously pursue her. He doesn't openly express his feelings the way Kaji does, he doesn't mother-hen her like Tsuchiura-kun, and he certainly isn't the bright ray of sunshine that Hihara-sempai is. He isn't even half as accepting as Tsukimori-kun has been known to be.

He terrorizes her so that she doesn't get close (at least, not without some serious backup). And that is because he is unconfident that he can ever make her happy the way that he is now.


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About them hanging out after high school and college...it would be based on what happens in high school of course But I think Azuma won't forget Kahoko (if he really does love her). I have a feeling that he's the loyal type :P


Yunoki-sempai is extremely loyal. That's part of the reason I think that, realistically, he and Kahoko are going to end up separating. He's going to be studying business and she's going to be practicing her music, and they're on completely different levels intellectually, so it's unlikely that they'll go to the same college. Or even colleges in the same town; it's entirely possible that she's going to move into a dorm somewhere, and he's going to commute from home. That is, if she doesn't just go to a technical college. At which point even socializing would become completely out of the question.

And there's also the whole marriage thing. It's still possible that he's going to get married to that girl his Grandmother's been favoring, but I think that the possibility is slightly less now. But it's still far from nonexistent. And if he did get married, I honestly can't even picture him cheating. (Seriously, I think that even the idea of it just burns my brain.)

He definitely won't forget her, although he'll probably try to put that aside and attempt to forget her. Kind of like, "It's something that can't be helped." That sort of feeling.

I have no idea if either of those statements even kind of tie together. That's what I get for writing one point at a time in random order. So if that makes sense at all, it's news to me. Right now, I'm barely even sure that it's relevant.
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