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ukiyo (u-key-yo): living in the moment, detached from the bothers of life
procrasinating everything in life to read manga and play video games :s
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About I Want to Escape from Princess Lessons...In time it get's explained, tho, at forst I hated that too. It seemed like everyones just brainwashed at how he loves her but had no consideration that she cares none about him. But in time, it apears that not only he's actually more considerate to her than her family but why he had to be so qyick and seemingly clingy as well but the whole story of how olden age marriage was just shitty thing. Like her options were not that great to begin with and even her bro said that there were no such option for her not to marry to begin with. In due time we also get to see what actually she was running away from and to deep dive in her feelings that for her, she didn't even consider to stop and actually look at what she wants and why she wants it. She just got caught up in this one idea of a child that completely dosregarded the rest. It's like they were pushing her on to him for their own agenda but they wanted what'sbest for her still but rather than helthily just sitting down and talk it out, misunderstandings happen that when we see the story from her pov it looks forced and wrong while in fact it's quite the opposite. But then again, it wouldn't be a story if everyone just talks things out healthily, right. Like in any movie or a book, it has to have some lee way for misunderstandings to happen that could be unraveled later on and hence we get to explore and understand each of the characters actions and feelings with strenghtening the bond. It does say that ppl remember the bad more than a good. Ut's like a human mechanism ingrained in our brain, hence we remember the bad better than happy moments and so the bad moments survived together streanghtens human relation more. That's irl, at least but it's similar in stories as well which here is something similar. Her pov of being traped and having no options actually turns out to options just not as free as one would want being a woman in olden days story setting. And being with him, is as everyone else, who had the objective view of it all, is actually the best one for her. He's super considerate of her than what even her bro or a family is, he even made it possible for her to be as free as she wanted, to have as much as humanly posible to a woman of that status or woman of olden days in general. She just couldn't see it bc she was so wraped up in that one thought that she was thinkig like a mantra that it became like a second nature, the runin, I mean. And he... well, it's the second nature to chase. Either way, it get's explained and it's not like her feelings of freedom change, it's just that she realizes that she can have what she wants when being with him and no one else, actually. Again, since it's olden age setting. So her options would be quite dreary, when you think about it trough irl prism.
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Yes I do like it. I think you picked one of my five quotes. And you actually remembered my bio to know something special.