But they don't need you

Asha 2022-07-21 23:48:28

I'm sorry I didn't read it, I just wanted to comment (

and feeling scolded

The image of the male protagonist is probably the self in the fantasy of all otakus. He is calm and composed, wise and interesting. He sees everything and chooses to retire. Shuangshang Gao can say flattering words and can help many lovely girls. This time, it's all about doing what he likes, making the otaku feel like they are the male protagonist, as likable as the male protagonist.

But the reality is that no younger sister will get into your quilt, the isolated actress and beauty senior sister does not need your help, the school tyrant girl does not need your love guidance, and no junior sister will ask you to play the boyfriend. They have their own problems, and they will find a way out by themselves. Their "loneliness" does not need the male protagonist to save them, and the male protagonist has no ability to save them. You are not in their youth.

I can't stand to say that some barrage comments have a sense of superiority due to their loneliness. Because they don't fit in, they imagine the group of people as bad people who form gangs, when in fact they may have real friendships and live happily ever after. If you talk nonsense, you will be beaten, and if you are not handsome, it is very annoying, really, really, really. I thought I had seen through everything, but in fact, did I really understand them comprehensively? It may be true that the male protagonist doesn't care about other people's opinions, but what about people in reality? Are you just deceiving yourself by not caring? Is it a sour grape mentality to think that gregarious people are a group of people who gather for profit (although this certainly exists in some places)? People with high double quotients can choose to be lonely, but is your loneliness your own choice?

...so all this is really just a fantasy of a young pig head boy

The youth of many girls around me is more beautiful because they have boy friends, and some can be regarded as being "saved" by boys, but not by boys like the male protagonist, in this way.

In the end, the rhythm of this production is good. The sister is very beautiful, and the portrayal of the girls' hearts is very detailed and true. It really reflects the psychological process and situation that many adolescent girls may experience. Conscience. (Wo is just a little unhappy with the image of the male savior and some people who identify as male protagonists

In the end, it may be that the small private high school I went to didn't have so many things. It has always been very peaceful and happy (even if I am a dead house), so I didn't resonate with the so-called "empty".

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