One Yukkuri Place

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    Hitosura

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    There is a severe outbreak of lack of anger management issues in this yuniverse but I suppose artist's live to titillate their audience by the dramatic.

    I have been saying this for the longest. Seriously, this one little lapse and it's time to go on a rampage? Jeeze, even dogs screw the moment they get the chance if they're not fix, and of age.

    Nitro

    Hitosura said:

    I have been saying this for the longest. Seriously, this one little lapse and it's time to go on a rampage? Jeeze, even dogs screw the moment they get the chance if they're not fix, and of age.

    Don't compare yus with animals, dude =(
    Animals >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Yukkuri

    Canttakeiteasy

    Nitro said:

    Don't compare yus with animals, dude =(
    Animals >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Yukkuri

    Well there is a story that compares yus as closer to plants than animals so .... >_> but still since it is motile it would probably be classified as an animal for taxonomic purposes.

    TheodoricBlood

    Hitosura said:

    I have been saying this for the longest. Seriously, this one little lapse and it's time to go on a rampage? Jeeze, even dogs screw the moment they get the chance if they're not fix, and of age.

    You're ignoring the damage they caused and the arrogance they displayed to go with it.

    Canttakeiteasy

    TheodoricBlood said:

    You're ignoring the damage they caused and the arrogance they displayed to go with it.

    Despite some of them being able to form verbose sentences, yus, in general, have the intelligence of a retarded child. Now take that statement how you wish...

    TosylChloride

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    Despite some of them being able to form verbose sentences, yus, in general, have the intelligence of a retarded child. Now take that statement how you wish...

    And that retarded logic is the exact reason why they pose a substantial harm to humans' properties.

    Now onto this post: I understand your stance on not harming something that cannot directly harm humans, but I cannot be compassionate with it. This post deals with the typical story of a seeminly nicehead pet yukkuri having sex with a stray, then both of them fall into shitheadness and declare slavery on the owner as well as accompanying it with death threats (obviously harmless to a human). I know you're going to say that they're harmless and shouldn't be killed, but think about it this way: they may not be able to even injure a human, but their desire for slavery, and intention to kill in the death threats are real, only waiting to take on another form that can cause actual casualties.

    Take pool #207 as an example: the koyus tried to ram anon with a toy car, intending to gravely injure him. Now how about you change the toy car with a knife placed over the door, just waiting to fall down on anon's head as he enters the room? Disregarding the fact that it'd be quite difficult for yukkuris to set up that kind of trap, the possibility is still there. More importantly: the intention to kill is perfectly translated from a harmless toy car to something that can seriously injure a person. Not so harmless now, are they? Still the same yukkuri, the same shitheadness, but the harmless facade merely hides the fact that sooner or later, they'll find a way to effectively come at you. And you need to deal with it accordingly.

    Thus, I don't care if a yukkuri is harmless or not; if it ever harbors the intention to interfere with my interests, my life, or anything close to me for that matter, then I don't care if it comes at me with a Dosu spark or a "Maicha will kill je shiddy humansh wich je ulchimache Pwuff-pwuff!", I'll treat that opposition with no mercy.

    Back to this post: Seeing a stray entering your house and claiming you as its slave? If you kick it out instead of killing it, then it'll only be a matter of time before it comes back with something that'll make you regret the decision of letting it live. Therefore, I'm in absolute agreement to miss's action here.

    Updated by TosylChloride

    captperv

    threats from basket ball sized talking pastries would be met with serious ass kicking, seriously SHUT UP FOOD

    TheodoricBlood

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    This particular marisa would have never broken into the house in the first place if the house was burglar/flood proof in the first place.

    I mean seriously, even if I gave miss the benefit of the doubt, her door has a huge glass part at floor level (it might be it is a glass door but that would imply more idiocy on her part considering the world she lives in where pastries try to break in houses for some reason). The glass is not even reinforced for goodness sake, a medium sized dog for whatever reason could probably break that and get in. Heck if she lives by the side of the road a rock bounced off by a car would break that glass no problem. Most houses that have glass doors have another door (normally steel) outside the glass door to prevent break ins.

    I am not saying that it was the miss' entire fault but come on, the stars and the planets aligned to set this thing up so that Marisa finds her way to exactly this house to break in.

    Japan.

    Hitosura

    TheodoricBlood said:

    Story convenience

    Fixed that for you.

    TheodoricBlood

    Hitosura said:

    Fixed that for you.

    This "story convenience" happens a lot, doesn't it? Almost like sliding glass doors are a not-exactly-uncommon feature in Japanese homes, isn't it? It's unreasonable to try to blame the victim for her home having such a feature.

    Then he tries to move on and say that the design is "highly unlikely" because the sliding glass door doesn't have a steel door inside it to prevent break-ins and blaming miss anon for that. Even considering a steel door inside of sliding glass door is a highly uncommon feature anyway, this is Japan. Japan has a low crime rate, and such over-the-top protection for a large kitchen window are unnecessary. Again, unreasonable to blame the victim for her home not having such a feature.

    Furthermore, post #73635 strongly suggests she lives in an apartment building, meaning those features are beyond her control anyway. Might as well blame the victim and say it's her fault for renting an apartment on the first floor while he's at it.

    exitstrategy

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    *Looks at the large number of dogs in the house*

    That is so true... *sigh*

    Dogs can live a fulfilling life after being neutered. Yukuri have this absurd catch 22 where neutering them doesn't allow them to take it easy anymore.

    Canttakeiteasy

    TheodoricBlood said:

    This "story convenience" happens a lot, doesn't it? Almost like sliding glass doors are a not-exactly-uncommon feature in Japanese homes, isn't it? It's unreasonable to try to blame the victim for her home having such a feature.

    Then he tries to move on and say that the design is "highly unlikely" because the sliding glass door doesn't have a steel door inside it to prevent break-ins and blaming miss anon for that. Even considering a steel door inside of sliding glass door is a highly uncommon feature anyway, this is Japan. Japan has a low crime rate, and such over-the-top protection for a large kitchen window are unnecessary. Again, unreasonable to blame the victim for her home not having such a feature.

    Furthermore, post #73635 strongly suggests she lives in an apartment building, meaning those features are beyond her control anyway. Might as well blame the victim and say it's her fault for renting an apartment on the first floor while he's at it.

    Read what I wrote. The steel door (those grate type ones that do not obstruct the view to much when closed that are foldable like so https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwi0r4v9q-jZAhXKsI8KHRYyCa8QjRwIBg&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.123rf.com%2Fphoto_16966616_metal-grille-sliding-door-a-metal-folding-door-for-textural-background.html&psig=AOvVaw1IS9G_XMbSoYFx4DQFMgqk&ust=1520997633509639) is outside the glass. This is the common design if your glass door leads outside the house.

    Now I am not sure if you are correct that Marisa passed through a window because the broken glass is at floor level because I find it hard to believe the architect was a crackpot who thinks he is being avant garde by using floor tiles on a counter top: http://oyp.yunyah.com/posts/73629?pool_id=1819

    Low crime rate? Japan only has seemingly a low crime rate because most of it goes unreported because they are supposedly solved often enough extrajudicially which is what some yakuzas do as "community service". Groping goes unreported most of the time. White collar crime probably happens as relatively frequently in countries of equal economic affluence and those remain undetected for years or even decades. Here is some interesting stuff that show that while some crimes did go down, some shot up: https://www.npa.go.jp/english/seisaku/Crime_in_Japan_in_2010.pdf and http://www.businessinsider.com/japan-senior-crime-rate-turning-prisons-into-nursing-homes-2017-1

    And where did you get the idea that she was living in an apartment? Marisa broke through a what appears to be a glass door. Was the miss staying on the apartment's lobby complete with a ref like a classy hobo, then? Or did you think miss' room was like one of those specialty sex shop displays with huge glass doors for fellow apartment dwellers to admire her fine female form and her daily routine?

    Updated by Canttakeiteasy

    TheodoricBlood

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    Read what I wrote. The steel door (those grate type ones that do not obstruct the view to much when closed that are foldable like so https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwi0r4v9q-jZAhXKsI8KHRYyCa8QjRwIBg&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.123rf.com%2Fphoto_16966616_metal-grille-sliding-door-a-metal-folding-door-for-textural-background.html&psig=AOvVaw1IS9G_XMbSoYFx4DQFMgqk&ust=1520997633509639) is outside the glass. This is the common design if your glass door leads outside the house.

    I have never seen one of these on a house. Ever. On storefronts in high crime areas, yes, but not a house.

    Now I am not sure if you are correct that Marisa passed through a window because the broken glass is at floor level because I find it hard to believe the architect was a crackpot who thinks he is being avant garde by using floor tiles on a counter top: http://oyp.yunyah.com/posts/73629?pool_id=1819

    Read what I wrote. With the exception of one instance, I have said sliding glass door. Like this: http://www.jeld-wen.com/images/catalog/large_icons/buildrsvinyl_patiodoors.jpg

    One of these would have glass at floor level, and wouldn't be out of place in a kitchen.

    Low crime rate? Japan only has seemingly a low crime rate because...

    How common are crimes like burglary and home invasion in Japan? Are they serious enough to require commercial-grade steel shutters to keep the criminal element out? If not, there's no reason to have them.

    And where did get that she was living in an apartment? Marisa broke through a what appears to be a glass door. Was the miss staying on the apartment's lobby complete with a ref like a classy hobo?

    Go to the post I linked. She's carrying the garbage out of a glass door, and it's obviously not whatever glass door was broken by the marisa to get in. It's more likely the building's front/lobby door, which residents and guests go through to enter and exit the building, like she's doing there.

    Canttakeiteasy

    TheodoricBlood said:

    1. I have never seen one of these on a house. Ever. On storefronts in high crime areas, yes, but not a house.

    2. Read what I wrote. With the exception of one instance, I have said sliding glass door. Like this: http://www.jeld-wen.com/images/catalog/large_icons/buildrsvinyl_patiodoors.jpg

    One of these would have glass at floor level, and wouldn't be out of place in a kitchen.

    3. How common are crimes like burglary and home invasion in Japan? Are they serious enough to require commercial-grade steel shutters to keep the criminal element out? If not, there's no reason to have them.

    4. Go to the post I linked. She's carrying the garbage out of a glass door, and it's obviously not whatever glass door was broken by the marisa to get in. It's more likely the building's front/lobby door, which residents and guests go through to enter and exit the building, like she's doing there.

    1. https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjE1rbVuejZAhUFro8KHY_ICj4QjRwIBg&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.samsondoors.co.uk%2Fcollapsible-folding-security-grilles&psig=AOvVaw2DzEXwxA8xP5vwe0or01tI&ust=1521001312542663 the classy looking ones

    2. But you wrote the miss was living in an apartment so are you saying she was blessed with suck so much that she gets to "enjoy" living like a gold fish and have passersby pry into her business in the kitchen because her door was made of glass?

    3. In the Yuniverse, you have talking, moving pastries that love to break people's houses. It makes no sense to have huge glass parts on doors at floor level.

    4. I was actually editing my previous post when my internet conked out and I lost what I wrote but are you saying Marisa passed through a door that should be shut in the first place, sneaked past people in the apartment and found her way at the miss' convenient glass door that was soft enough for her to break in?

    Face it, this pure plot convenience by the author. If a single factor is missing, Marisa could only look on at the outside of the building.

    TheodoricBlood

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    1. That's not what you linked the first time. Maybe try linking to the actual page, not the Google link. What you linked to originally was commercial grade steel shutters, not those. Which wouldn't keep a yukkuri out, but that's neither here nor there.

    2. No. I'm saying the kitchen has a sliding glass door, which presumably opens onto an outside patio or balcony. If someone can look into the kitchen from the outside through it, well, it's a window as much as a door. There are curtains that can be put in front of it, and more importantly, it's a not a bedroom or bathroom window.

    2a. This sliding door is not her apartment front door.

    3. In Japan, sliding glass doors seem to be a common feature in homes, given how frequently they show up in media, so it makes sense for Japanese artists to include them in works they make that are set in Japan.

    4. No, I'm saying the Marisa came from the outside, presumably after sneaking through a fence that blocked off the rest of the property from the street and provided a "back yard" for the patio door to face and open onto.

    But of course, you knew that. You're being deliberately obtuse. Again.

    Haruta

    Sounds like a lot of pent-up sexual frustrations.