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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    Gtzk: Kimi ni Todoke
    Are you on episode 10?

    Are you reading the manga? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takeru View Post
    Are you on episode 10?

    Are you reading the manga? Lol
    I'm just watching the anime :P. Just finished episode 18 of season 1 <3
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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    I'm just watching the anime :P. Just finished episode 18 of season 1 <3
    Long way to go until the second season.

    But I like Ryuu, you'll understand later.

    I think you might like Clannad, especially after story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takeru View Post
    Long way to go until the second season.

    But I like Ryuu, you'll understand later.

    I think you might like Clannad, especially after story.
    lol dunno about that. I'm on the 23rd episode now . Can't stop watching it. The 1st season only has 25 episodes :/
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    I can typically find some amusement in it (my 'mushiness')... although I'm really not a mushy kind of guy overall. Or better yet, the mush is MESHED, blended in with all the weird, darker stuff of my existence to create this holistic mixture of... goodness. which i then spread over the world like fertilizer. from which gold grows.

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    I don't know if anyone else mentioned this, 'cause I didn't read all of the comments on here, but as a woman I'm shocked and amazed (in a good way) when I meet a guy who's really sweet, sincere and thoughtful. Those are actually my favorite qualities in the opposite sex. If that's what you mean by mushy then don't try and suppress that. I think we have enough stoic people in our society and it's a lot harder to feel connected with them.

    Haha...although, come to think of it, sometimes I even feel some embarrassment when I find myself taken with a sappy movie or something of that sort . So I guess I can relate, even as a chick.

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    You know, Miss Hidden Autumn.
    There is a catch 22 to it.
    The emotion and passion has a flip side.
    All that feeling mixed with testosterone can be a bit volatile at times.
    If I allow my passion and emotion to flourish, the potential for other emotions that are best kept away from others , become present as well.
    It's a very delicate balance.
    Gooey is great, but it's flammable.

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    I kinda agree with that, though it's not that I'm worried about my testosterone, I'm worried about my own emotional fragility. I think part of this mushiness is simply a willingness to be vulnerable. If something's going to make me cry, I have to first allow it to affect me emotionally. I can train myself to just make fun of everything. You know, watch Romeo and Juliet and just make sexual innuendos throughout the whole thing :P. The world we live in can be very critical, in a logical sort of way. I feel like I need to present a tougher version of myself when I'm in those situations, and when i do it can be lots of fun. If I feel too vulnerable I get overly defensive, panicky and take things too personally. I'm not sure why this is but there does seem to be a correlation between my mushiness and my ability to be more calm and detached. If only I can just fulfill all my mushy needs in a certain setting and be a bit more calm in other settings. You know, like masturbating emotionally.
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    I can see what you're saying Arclight. I think maybe that's why I'm only emotional when I'm alone. When I'm by myself I never keep my emotions in check, which can often lead to depression. When I'm around other people, I'm almost too good at controlling my emotions. Even my best friends have hardly ever seen me cry, which I actually do quite often, but no one would ever know.

    I guess that kind of goes along with what animenagai was saying about having to present a tougher side of himself so he doesn't feel vulnerable. I'm the same way in a sense. So maybe it's not a guy thing, it's just human nature...or NF nature more likely.

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    I'm sure it is just human nature, but I don't think anyone can deny that social norms do mess with your head. If you think being defensive emotionally is just human nature, then the social norms are catalysts which magnify the effects of this. There are just more reasons to be stoic when you're male, for better or for worse. For one thing, I'm sure there are a lot more closet mushers out there that are guys. I dunno, there just feels like there's this social pressure pressing against you every time you watch a chickflick or something.

    PS: Takeru, I'm now up to date with Kimi ni Todoke . So sweet! I can't get the confession scene out of my head.
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