Still hoping for that 100th chapter to turn up soon. I want to look at that % and see 99% as I plunge in to read another great chapter. Like a crescendo of sorts. To mark one of the few great novels on this site gaining 100 chapters, and proving that you don't have to half-ass it, to write a good novel in a somewhat timely manner.
This is supposed to be a genius?
This is our mr genius?
There's also the point that my father got angry every time I pointed out he went WAY over the time limit's we set. I mean setting it to 5min, and then doublnig that time.
My father killed my interest in chess completely when I was young. I started beating him, and he started taking 10-20+min for each move, I kid you not. And even when we ran with a clock he just ignored it. If I was a bit older I would just have declared it my win, and walked away. But I was kid, and so I just got endlessly frustrated. I havn't really played since I was 8-10 somewhere. And the last time was when I beat a friend that was also starting to develop the same super-slow tactics. Thinking back, I am starting to believe they were trying to bore me to death, and calling it a legit strategy. It certainly worked in a sense. I stopped considering my moves, as they sucked all the fun out of the game. And I started just playing haphazardly. I suck at chess these days, even when facing a computer. I just can't be bothered to focus on it. I call it trauma.
Sounds a lot like someone who doesn't understand character consistency at all. A shite author. But then NTR authors usually are... Yeah...
Never even heard of it. Sounds like I didn't miss much.
Can't stand schools that enforce uniformal wear. What are they, facist-academies? It is such a rank and file BS thing to do. If that was the only option in terms of schools, I'd seriously consider home-schooling the kids.
It often makes me wonder just how insecure the authors writing them are...
I don't think this quite defines an Otaku...
Setting expectations for your main character's intelligence, and already partially contradicting them in the first paragraph is generally a bad idea. You can still save it, but you set quite the bar for yourself. Please don't disappoint us on both the first impression and premise.
What is more annoying tho? This completely contradicts earlier claims here -.-
Pretty sure I disagree with that claim. But I do agree it hasn't been well defined, and so most certainly is not calculable. You can't calculate something that has not been accurately defined after all. That is a hopeless endeavour.
To put it all simply, one should not fear occasional arguments, and discussing issues. But neither should you ever intentionally create such issues, especially not artificial ones. That's the height of stupidity. Arguments are useful, because it all serves to see the partners learn about, and accept the others faults. This is him creating new artificial flaws.
Also you're talking about arguments, not splitting up. Yes arguments are necessary, genuine necessary ones. Not pointless ones that pop-up because one party intentionally did not stay level with the other. These sort of mind games are often to blame for men leaving women, and never looking back(because a lot of women's magazines, etc - Stupidly recommend "testing the relationship").
I did not say it can't. I said that in and of itself does not strengthen it. And it's similar to breaking a taboo. Ppl become more comfortable with the idea every time it happens. It's part of why ppl who divorce and remarry later, often divorce again(whether it's with the same or different partners). And so I say again, unlikely.
**. If she ever realizes you tried to rig the game like this - That will likely be the end of it, unless you somehow reset her to make her forget.
There's so much wrong with all of this... Drama may serve to prove the strength of bonds, but it's not required to strengthen them for one. Furthermore, after a bond breaks, it's highly unlikely to become stronger when it's picked up again. It is in fact likely to become a rather frail thing. Again, pretending to have mastered the human psyche does not serve you here.
And perfectly understand human psychology. And presumes to know what can't work in long-term relationships. I think this is all BS at this point. He could have kept it mushy, but this is not only the height of arrogance. But also rather baseless in reality...
This is some pretty archaic, simplistic, and all in all presumptious psychology... Not truly fit to be agreed upon by the philosophers of old, and certainly not up to scratch today. A very general idea that assumes A HELL OF A LOT.