Huh – that's interesting. I thought my little theory was quite plausible. But then again, I've never watched the 2nd season of When They Cry and kind of formed my own hypothesis about what the heck's going on in that series at the end of season 1. I later let myself get spoiled and learned that the explanation (as revealed in season 2) is entirely different, but to be honest, I still prefer the conclusion I came up with. Guess I'm in blissful denial .dmachinee wrote:Actually, I can't speak french one bit. [...]
I guess it can be a catalyst for drama in some cases, such as Kusunoki's arc in The World God Only Knows. From personal experience, I'd say the comedy angle is used more often, though. I crack a smile every time I think of the swimsuit episode in A Certain Scientific Railgun .dmachinee wrote:it usually adds some level of drama to the story, and with my experiences almost always some humour.
Since I haven't seen nor read Genshiken, I can't really speak to your example, but I'd say a BL addiction counts as a 'cute' secret .
Don't sweat it. If you ask me, posting on a forum is all about finding your own style – just look at mine in all its glo... um, weirdness . You'll figure it out given a bit of time. The fact that you're separating quotes instead of overquoting is already a plus in my book :].dmachinee wrote:My apologizes if this post makes little to no sense, as I'm still getting used to the whole posting on a forum thing.