Are these two really miserable?

Alexander Howard
Alexander Howard

Are these two really miserable?

David Young
David Young

Why is this the best scene in any anime and why is it this?

Michael Barnes
Michael Barnes

The only true answer.

Noah Hughes
Noah Hughes

No why do you think spooky ougi exists??

Landon Thompson
Landon Thompson

No. They're both fucking liars about being miserable.
I can't stand it.

Robert Bell
Robert Bell

Araragi lies for sure. But what about Shinobu?

Oliver Russell
Oliver Russell

you will never have an eternal loli
why live

William Bell
William Bell

They're both just in weird halfway places, I wouldn't say they're miserable, more like, melancholic, at least in terms of their relationship with each other.

Araragi hadn't had a proper conversation with Shinobu after she was forcefully put into that form, and pretty much as soon as she starts talking she does the whole "I'll never forgive you just like you'll never forgive me" it's just kind of an awkward situation for both of them where they're somewhat okay with the outcome even though neither one got what they wanted.

Plus I imagine Araragi feels kind of bad that he basically has to tell Shinobu that he wants her to keep living, even if he has to force it on her.

Anthony Thomas
Anthony Thomas

Soulmate eternal loli who shares senses with you.

Colton Wilson
Colton Wilson

What are these?

Levi Martin
Levi Martin

At first the feelings are incredibly harsh towards each other.
But it's one of those things that they keep saying that they are miserable but it's pretty obvious that they are both fucking liars.
Shinobu especially.

Jason Murphy
Jason Murphy

It's from artbook.

Jonathan Taylor
Jonathan Taylor

In kabuki it's pretty cleat that they love each other with very gentle love.

Camden Roberts
Camden Roberts

Kabuki was fucking brutal to Kisshot.

Samuel Clark
Samuel Clark

That baby cry was weird. The scene was kinda hard to watch though as a batman.

James Cox
James Cox

Kabuki was my favorite arc of the entire series. I loved all their interactions.

Ian Smith
Ian Smith

It worked to make the audience really uncomfortable though, as well as conveying Araragi's mounting guilt during the scene too.

Michael Martin
Michael Martin

I had a dream that I read a story of Arararagi and Shinbu at the end of the world where everyone else is dead, so now I wonder if such a thing exists and in good quality

Logan Thomas
Logan Thomas

It would be very depressive.

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