One Yukkuri Place

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    Cute Aggression

    I have never burned any pastries or manjuues before, but I still find it strange that yukkuri are so flammable.

    I suppose that the fire could only burn away the hair and accessory, while heat up the body into coal.

    Canttakeiteasy

    Cute_Aggression said:

    I have never burned any pastries or manjuues before, but I still find it strange that yukkuri are so flammable.

    I suppose that the fire could only burn away the hair and accessory, while heat up the body into coal.

    The thing about abyuse stories is yukkuri take on absurd qualities to further illustrate how utterly pathetic they are such as burning up like they were doused in gasoline when in real life manjuus or even bao zi will just have their skin burnt black and stop burning altogether unless fire is constantly applied to evaporate all moisture that what's left is flameable (although suikas and yuugis might be flameable considering their alcoholic filling).

    You also have absurd stories of yukkuris dissolving in a puddle of water when in real life you can leave an uncooked meat bun soaked in a basin and forget about it for over 30 minutes and it will still not break off into chunks unless you apply force to tear a piece off.

    A personal hated depiction of mine is adult yukkuris tearing off their foot on rough surfaces when the force of their jumping alone would have been enough to cause their bodies to break off if they were that fragile.

    Pun Master

    Canttakeiteasy said:

    The thing about abyuse stories is yukkuri take on absurd qualities to further illustrate how utterly pathetic they are such as burning up like they were doused in gasoline when in real life manjuus or even bao zi will just have their skin burnt black and stop burning altogether unless fire is constantly applied to evaporate all moisture that what's left is flameable (although suikas and yuugis might be flameable considering their alcoholic filling).

    You also have absurd stories of yukkuris dissolving in a puddle of water when in real life you can leave an uncooked meat bun soaked in a basin and forget about it for over 30 minutes and it will still not break off into chunks unless you apply force to tear a piece off.

    A personal hated depiction of mine is adult yukkuris tearing off their foot on rough surfaces when the force of their jumping alone would have been enough to cause their bodies to break off if they were that fragile.

    I imagine them to be in a raw format which would explain why they are so absurdly weak

    EasyV

    Pun_Master said:

    I imagine them to be in a raw format which would explain why they are so absurdly weak

    So cooked yukkuri would be averagely strong if they wouldn't die?

    TosylChloride

    EasyV said:

    So cooked yukkuri would be averagely strong if they wouldn't die?

    If they survive being cooked, yes.

    ShindoSOS

    Hmm, Roasted bean paste, makes me hungry.