In the 21st episode of the anime SHUFFLE!, Kaede tells Asa her feeling towards Rin-kun, the male protagonist and then cries in Asa's shoulders. The scene is as in the picture. I think it might use the symbolism from the novel, Red Rose, White Rose, by Eileen Chang, considering the following information:
The white rose in the novel is a supportive housewife for the male protagonist, Tong. She does all the household chores for Tong, yet Tong doesn't feel a passional love for her, which is similar to Kaede's situation. The red rose in the novel is a passional lover for Tong. She is not his legal wife, yet he enjoys being with her more than his wife. Asa hasn't done as much for Rin-kun as Kaede, yet Rin-kun loves her more than other girls. How do you think of this thought? Do you think it's right? Does the producer ever say anything about the design of this scene?
If Andou selects a girl to marry, which girl makes the best match with Andou?Who can maintain a long-lasting and stable marital relationship with him, which will not break up?Look forward to hearing your insights and thoughts on the issue.(the series is When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace)
Hello Guys , I wanted to know the name of the anime If you know please tell me
I just know it is a romance anime where the kid got adopted from a man with I think black hair while the girl hair was red , Later I heard the girl gets pregnant from that adopted Father .. I dont know full details I have only heard it
I know these line .. ( Your hair is getting long ) The father tells to the adopted girl
and Later The father gets old with white hair and the girl takes care of him and says ( your hair is messed ), I think
An electrical/automotive engineering guy by the name of Charles Kettering once said, "My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there." What's it going to be like? Flying cars? Mars colonies? Directed-energy weapons for the military? (Or Fedex, see below.) I thought I'd create a topic for news and chat about the future. Whether you're thinking it'll be dystopic or boring or utopic or whatever, share your thoughts. Just one rule: keep it real. Mild speculation is ok but talk about actual events or scientific/engineering know-how is preferred.
I'll start things off with this news item..
Fedex is asking the US Federal Aviation Administration for permission to install anti-missile lasers on their airplanes. How'd you like to be the guy at the FAA who opened the envelope containing that request? "Um.. Boss, how do we handle this one?" https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/national-international/fedex-wants-to-install-anti-missile-lasers-in-its-cargo-jets/2859206/