Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! 4
[Announcement: So, since I just went to TAKE YOUR CHILD TO WORK DAY, here’s a post about Working!!]
My impression of Yamato’s behaviour is increasing ever more. Not only does he conduct himself in the manner of a true gentleman, but his speech also contains such reminiscences of a venerable, more honourable time. His demeanour commands respect and attention with his every word, and droves of men and women follow him in the wake of his footsteps.
However, I daresay that I have many objections to his lengthy remarks. The West was definitely not the cause of Japan’s corruption. Moreover, it was the West that rescued Japan from its state of infancy and ushered in a new age of discovery and industry, heralding a new, stronger set of virtues and exemplars.
However – I shall not dally more on such matters. It is a paragraph for another day. Instead, I wish to offer one of Yamato’s stunning assertations, a sure masterpiece of internal reflection and cognizance.
The rest of the episode did not fare as well. Christiane Friedrich does feel to me more of a pornographic actress than an actual character. Perhaps such a mix of ideological disputes and explicit erotica tickles the fancy – or perhaps a certain sensitive organ – of some strange demographic I do not deign to examine. Philosophical porn, if you will.
P.S. Christiane’s father is most definitely what people around here call ‘a weeaboo’. I suspect she herself may be one as well. Be warned and beware. They are coming.