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They are too close for my liking. 

They are too close for my liking. 


Unless you love someone, nothing else makes sense

Unless you love someone, nothing else makes sense

asker

Anonymous asked: I'm not sure if you read her theory right. A) For the story to come full circle, the boys' greatest fear has to be realized. B) It is in her death that the boys will truly learn how to live. That's what she meant by Sakura being a symbol of life and death. C) Her death and revival is essential for the resolution of more than 1 character. D) She never said that Sasuke never took Itachi's words to heart. It's just that he hasn't yet fully understood Itachi's words. Did you read the whole post?

une-nuit-pour-se-souvenir:

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une-nuit-pour-se-souvenir:

yes, i read the whole post. what do you think? that i just enjoy making posts about things i don’t read? don’t be a tard or you’ll get an ignore, whoever the fuck you are.

I don’t think the theory is bad or anything. It’s whole a lot better than comparing someone’s eyebrows to a slug’s cheek nipples and I agree that Sakura jumping in on their fight may happen and make the boys take pause.

I just don’t see the point of her dying nor do I see what it would make them realise things they never realised before, when there have been plenty of situations where this could have happened. it makes the story look foolish.

then again, kishi’s a retard these days. still.

A) For the story to come full circle, the boys’ greatest fear has to be realized.

First, Naruto and Sasuke’s biggest fear isn’t to lose Sakura.

Naruto has bigger fishes to fry. His character isn’t about losing his comrades, his character is about being CoP, bringing peace to the world and all that miss universe stupidity. It would only fit if it threatened that. However, Naruto has already gone through losing hope over death via the Neji stupidity plot. The fact that Sakura is more important to him is irrelevant. Obito’s most important person was Rin and he accepted Naruto’s answer as legitimate.

Sasuke has already lost too many important people. I’m sure he knows what’s like to lose them, so what’s the point in making one more notch in the graveyard post? Sasuke is already aware that losing Sakura would be like losing his family all over again. He doesn’t need a eye opener. Plus, he’ll look like a hypocrite, considering he attempted to kill her twice. Since the theory has it being accidental, there’s nothing for Sasuke to reflect either.

B) It is in her death that the boys will truly learn how to live.

That’s terrible. People should learn to live through the beauty of life, not through loss. Does Kakashi look happy to you? Sure the theory has Sakura revived, but that’s just a copout. They learn nothing, besides fuck yeah ressuscitation. What’s the point of it.

C) Her death and revival is essential for the resolution of more than 1 character.

Naruto’s character resolution has nothing to do with Sakura and Sasuke’s resolution was always about the struggle between power and bonds.

D) She never said that Sasuke never took Itachi’s words to heart. It’s just that he hasn’t yet fully understood Itachi’s words.

If Sasuke hasn’t understood them, then he hasn’t taken them to heart. Why would Sakura make him understand his brother’s words? Aren’t they self-explanatory enough?

Oh wow… I kind of feel obliged to write a reply now…

Why would you? Anons being retards are not your responsability.

I don’t mind writing a reply… Just need to finish what I have to do in the office. Will post it tonight. :)

asker

Anonymous asked: I'm not sure if you read her theory right. A) For the story to come full circle, the boys' greatest fear has to be realized. B) It is in her death that the boys will truly learn how to live. That's what she meant by Sakura being a symbol of life and death. C) Her death and revival is essential for the resolution of more than 1 character. D) She never said that Sasuke never took Itachi's words to heart. It's just that he hasn't yet fully understood Itachi's words. Did you read the whole post?

une-nuit-pour-se-souvenir:

yes, i read the whole post. what do you think? that i just enjoy making posts about things i don’t read? don’t be a tard or you’ll get an ignore, whoever the fuck you are.

I don’t think the theory is bad or anything. It’s whole a lot better than comparing someone’s eyebrows to a slug’s cheek nipples and I agree that Sakura jumping in on their fight may happen and make the boys take pause.

I just don’t see the point of her dying nor do I see what it would make them realise things they never realised before, when there have been plenty of situations where this could have happened. it makes the story look foolish.

then again, kishi’s a retard these days. still.

A) For the story to come full circle, the boys’ greatest fear has to be realized.

First, Naruto and Sasuke’s biggest fear isn’t to lose Sakura.

Naruto has bigger fishes to fry. His character isn’t about losing his comrades, his character is about being CoP, bringing peace to the world and all that miss universe stupidity. It would only fit if it threatened that. However, Naruto has already gone through losing hope over death via the Neji stupidity plot. The fact that Sakura is more important to him is irrelevant. Obito’s most important person was Rin and he accepted Naruto’s answer as legitimate.

Sasuke has already lost too many important people. I’m sure he knows what’s like to lose them, so what’s the point in making one more notch in the graveyard post? Sasuke is already aware that losing Sakura would be like losing his family all over again. He doesn’t need a eye opener. Plus, he’ll look like a hypocrite, considering he attempted to kill her twice. Since the theory has it being accidental, there’s nothing for Sasuke to reflect either.

B) It is in her death that the boys will truly learn how to live.

That’s terrible. People should learn to live through the beauty of life, not through loss. Does Kakashi look happy to you? Sure the theory has Sakura revived, but that’s just a copout. They learn nothing, besides fuck yeah ressuscitation. What’s the point of it.

C) Her death and revival is essential for the resolution of more than 1 character.

Naruto’s character resolution has nothing to do with Sakura and Sasuke’s resolution was always about the struggle between power and bonds.

D) She never said that Sasuke never took Itachi’s words to heart. It’s just that he hasn’t yet fully understood Itachi’s words.

If Sasuke hasn’t understood them, then he hasn’t taken them to heart. Why would Sakura make him understand his brother’s words? Aren’t they self-explanatory enough?

Oh wow… I kind of feel obliged to write a reply now…