One final puff-puff.
i whonder what's gonna happen next?
I seriously hope this mister never has children because of how he reacted. If he did this over the suii crash and words, I'd hate to see him react to children saying "I hate you" or like, doing the loose salt/sugar shaker top gag. I'd imagine it would result in execution by mini gun.
Ah, GOOD end. Fucking finally.Anon should've done this the first time that little shit puff-puffed at him.
i think there has already been a big discussion about (can't find it atm, but certain there was one) where was said/assumed, that a attack with a suii would be kinda equal to a kid trying to run you over with a car or a truck, so it a little bit more then the loose salt/sugar shaker top gag...
found it post #6566
Let's not get into the whole big discussion again and compare yukkuri treatment to real-life analogues. They're different and incompatible, don't let the arguments flare up again.
look at the past few comics for the discussion. Not going to bother with this again.
I have read the others in this series. I didn't see it in that way. I saw the whole suii thing being more like a child acting out because it thinks something it unfair, although I did get how THEY thought it would be like killing him.
I don't wanna start a whole discussion either, i was just sayin' my 2 cents.
I'd personally be more worried about leaving a child in the care of someone who couldn't tell the difference between him/her and a Bean Paste Bun.
yukkuri = serious stuff
screw just looking at shit and enjoying/appreciating it hurrrrrrrr
1) And finally, the koreimu-(left to right)-Nyo, nyo, I jon'j wanna jiiiiie!-YUGIIIiiIIII-Hotch- ich huuuuurch!!sfx: jitter2) -Yu!?-Butch Reimyu doejn'ch...-wanna go puff-puff any...mwore...sfx: puffff...ffffffff3) Box: -burst to pieces.Reimu: YU-!?sfx: POF4)That day, the yukkuris I kept were forsaken.sfx: splat
Awesome CSM, now Ive got all of the rest of the series to be edited. Going to do it later since I need sleep
SLEEP IS FOR THE WEAK, DURR.
First of all thanks CSM for your translations. Do you take requets?
Without entering the yukkuri/children analogy I also think that this anon is overreacting because if we track this situation back it is his own fault. I has a smart, well trained family, looking at the reaction of the parents in the 4 page, noble in its on way, looking how the children try to protect his new sister for what they think it was torture/unfair treatment. Then he pick a random wild/stray yukkuri, who result to be the selfish bastard kind (looking how it claims mr. cup for herself in the first page) and when it fucks thing up instead of taking away the problematic reimu (wich he didn't have to bring in in first place) he just kills the entire family in the most painful way he had at hand when they didn't have done anything terrible (specially the parents, which even apologize for their children behaviour).
Oh boy, oh boy! It puff puff'd to death.
@PCT: Moral of the story: All Reimu and Marisa-type Yukkuri should be killed (or tortured to death) on sight.
All of the koyukkuris pretty much conspired against anon to try to "kill" him, in their silly yukkuri ways. Reimu riled them up, Patchouli offered the idea while the rest went along with it. I can think of a million more painful ways to end a koyukkuri rather than simply nuking them in a microwave. Over reacting? Obviously, but not so much that its out of the realm of being unreasonable. In the story Anon he dumps the parents in the forest after killing the koyukkuris. Punish the guilty and dump the pets he's no longer interested in, sounds pretty normal to me.
You also have to keep in mind that in addition to Reimu Breaking the Bowl, he had no proof that it was Reimu and not, say, any of the Alices, or while unlikely even the Patchouli. Reimu got spanked because she was most likely to have done it, and punished all of the children together so that they would grow a bond together.
Anon thought the Yukkuri were going to be sad, and wanted to apologize to him when he got back to them, and was going to give them gourmet food and orange juice to help them recover better than ever. That was when the Children tried to kill him. I'm sure you would be hurt if something you loved told you to die.
Thank you once again CSM. And a preemptive thanks to Durr for the edits.
Also:Oh, for the love of Khorne, can we please NOT have another 6 page debate over the Anon Owner's reaction to his pet's koyukkuri's?
Its normal to punish the guilty (altough I think the punishment was excesive but it depends of how strict you are and how their murder attemp affected you), but torture psychologically and dump to their death nice, smart and well-behaved pets like the parents for what their children have done (started by a stray yukkuri) seems way too much, thinking they were supposed to be loved pets and the fact that they haven't done anything wrong by themselves (apart from maybe stopping their children, but hey seemed to be just as surprised as anon).
If I were looked up and deprived of food without reason for three days the last thing I will think of is to apologize. Looking at the puzzled face of the koalice in the first page it seems that they were pretty naive. I can imagine the pet yukkuris confused and not knowing why there were treated like that while the koreimu brainwashed them telling how she was hurt, how mean the mister was an how he deserved to drop dead easy (yep, this is maybe assuming a lot by myself).
I'm going with DebeliMacak in post #6560:>>This guy is not a sadistic, strict owner. He's just an idiot.
Maybe he was just being nice for bringing the koreimu? Of course. Hey, even I will probably have done the same. But after nursing it not cheking what kind of yukkuri was before introducing it to his beloved family and letting it influence then was a fatal error. Imagine that instead of a selfish koreimu he bringed in a wild rapist-tipe alice just because he thinks it be like his well-behaved ones.
At least if the goal was growing a bond together he succeeded: they were punished together, tried to kill him together and died together.
I loled seeing the words love and Khorne in the same sentence and someone invoking his name to calm things down. Sorry for bring the debate back again, I couldn't express myself in the previous one because I didn't know this web in that time.
Hey hey, remember how somebody decided the only way to truly make a yukkuri learn is to traumatize it?
Sure the parents were apologetic, but probably only because they were threatened. Had Anon not killed the koyukkuri, they'd probably forget about it in a few days.
What seems to us like mental trauma is for yukkuri a brief episode of harsh punishment. In the next few days they get back to taking it easy.
I never understood the stories of yukkuri who forever suffer mental trauma. They're too stupid to even comprehend it so those stories just don't feel as entertaining, plus they're even more tortured in their logic
>>Oh, for the love of Khorne, can we please NOT have another 6 page debate over the Anon Owner's reaction to his pet's koyukkuri's?
>>Do you take requets?I'm actually very bad with kanji, so I'd be worried about taking requests because I may not be able to complete them. I plan to do the Meiling's Revenge series next (or at least try), but something more kanji-heavy might be too much for me.
I come here to see Yukkuris tortured. To see them cry, suffer, break down mentally, and die.
I like seeing them getting burnt. Fire cleanses.
Don't let that guy start a family. Get married. Or have any friends really.
^Because killing an insect that annoys you is a sure sign you're a homicidal maniac that will kill his/her family and/or friends with slightest provocation?
No, but killing something with all the emotional attachments and sensitivities and twice the intelligence of your potential future newborn (or any current pet) is.Anon is an overreacting sociopath until and unless someone can actually point to a page wherein it is made clear he was the victim of an attempted homicide. Sociopaths are the meat and bread of yukkuri fiction, of course, but I'm still facepalming/terrified that people actually consider some of the "logic" they're using to defend this dick to be tenable.
^ LevvyI don't have linkable proof, but someone in the original's thread suggested that an earlier part of this family's story featured the suiii accidentally killing a yukkuri somehow. That was the assumed reason that they used it, thinking it would severely wound the Mister.
I don't recall if there was a source listed for that account of the suiii, but you could start there and see if you find something about it.
He is both the judge and the executioner. He only cares about intent. If someone tried to kill him it would be as bad as actually killing him.
This is true law and order. it's an ideology- it makes no exceptions for emotional attachment or sensitivities or intelligence levels. Here you can't say your defendant is too stupid or too insane or too emotional. You do the crime, you do the time( in the microwave).
>>Anon is an overreacting sociopath until and unless someone can actually point to a page wherein it is made clear he was the victim of an attempted homicide.post #6566In the discussion, poweryoga provides background from the story that this series of comics is an adaptation of. That background information, plus the usual "dwop dead eajy" indicates that the koyukkuris are seriously intending to kill, or at least cripple, anon. You posted on that picture, too, Levvy, so you should have seen that.
The story itself is linked to in two parts on post #7028 so you can get your primary source in plain Japanese.
Patchouli has gone mad, while Alice trys to lick lick the corpses of her children. The anon left them in the streets