Yancha Gal no Anjou-san

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Vol. 3 Ch. 38 - Anjou-san and the Cultural Festival
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Don't mind, keep it up and get f***** beggers.
Last edited 1 mo ago by OhWell21.
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Male version of letting down the ponytail.
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This is foreshadowed if I remember correctly. It was when Anjou took off his classes the last time.
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Our boy lookin' damn fine
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Oh no, he's hot !
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@JagdPanther
>A heavy Discovery Channel flashback.

Thanks, he really does. I knew he looked familiar.
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@N0Mi0 It looks like Mike Rowe from an episode of Dirty Jobs.
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Actually, might I inquire who's photo is it in the last page? Looks like an actor.
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every romance manga ever: people complaining that it's too slow.

Ah, some things just never change.
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Please let this be the gateway to them becoming a couple im still liking this cuz Anjou is too cute but i need shit to move along its been 40 chapters author.
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I know you are hot seto, my boy. you should ditch your old hairstyle and glasses.
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Yeah, I could always tell he had a decent jaw line and a slim face/body, all he ever needed was a hairdo and different glasses, guess they took them off completely for just this but that's no way to live life.
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OH NO HE'S HOT!
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Poor Anjou has so much work ahead of her. Getting this guy to break free of his low self-esteem is going to take a lot of work, but it's nice to see that there's hope for progress.
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my man
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seto do be lookin kinda fresh doe
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Is it gonna continue like this till the end?
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@NthML
*WOOOOOOOOOSH*

Hypocrisy only applies if one pretends to be morally superior or follow moral standards they do not. Calling someone out for being a hypocrite for doing X, while said person is chastising others for doing X, which does include the person doing the calling out, does not make the person doing the calling out a hypocrite; Thief A calling Thief B a thief isn't hypocrisy. Thief B saying stealing is wrong is hypocrisy. Thief A calling Thief B a hypocrite isn't hypocrisy. The person doing the calling out isn't saying X is wrong, but being a hypocrite is wrong, and virtue signalling, for lack of a better term, is wrong. That greed as a motivator, and the arrogance to lay claim to something you don't own is wrong.

Your entire argument sophistry. You're incorrectly labeling him and the other users hypocrites, and you're using a generic appeal to hypocrisy, which is doubly incorrect since nothing he said is hypocritical. I think he's wrong in saying your arguing on bad faith, or at least implying it. You just don't know whats going on. I also don't think, rather know, considering your usage of the word, you know what the definition of the word hypocrite.

@uniquerandomusername
+1
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@uniquerandomusername my comment was about hypocrisy too tho so was it not in topic, or is that you just read the first part?, I said we all are being hypocrites when trying to take moral a stance on a inherently immoral situation so not really sucking up to anyone.
Go back, I didn't refute anything of what you said, did I? Instead I started with a "at the same time" meaning there are two side's here, both rest on the premise of something being wrong, it's wrong to ask for money when you own nothing about the thing you're aming to receive money from, also even if you aren't asking for money the distribution of something you don't own whitout permission is wrong, there is lesser evil here but at the end they are two are evils
But of course I'm just arguing on bad faith cuz it's easier to just dismiss and argument rather than pondering on its content
Last edited 1 year ago by NthML.
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my nigga
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