>get in a minor car wreck
>no serious injuries
>no serious car damage
>no other driver/car involved
>no serious damage to property
>get treated like children and parents all deal with it
Wow, its fucking nothing. Sasuga, nips.
What are you even talking about? Have you even been in a car crash? What about falling asleep at the wheel? I have, and shit is scary. I only scraped the barrier and didn't crash, but it was still one of the most horrifying experiences I've ever had. I can't even imagine how Kouko feels considering it wasn't just her life, but her friends as well.
More importantly, I was imagining her father to be a much worse person. The slap only emphasized how bad Kouko must feel about everything. But then at the house, he barged in like that, acted like a child, had Banri make ramen, and generally acted like a good father. I'm surprised how much I liked him by the end.
Post an image of the car, I don't watch this so I haven't seen it. Is it really fucking nothing?
>Have you even been in a car crash?
Yes. Most people have. Got slammed into turning left because i'm retarded and the bitch was speeding.
I didn't flip my shit and lock myself in my room. I've been in a wreck with someone else driving too, but really who cares, not my problem/fault.
>Is it really fucking nothing?
100% fucking nothing. 2D says theres mind bumper damage later. Wow. I probably wouldn't have even called the police.
I can't stop laughing at this
What the hell is going on
As if Japan could write anything but highschool characters.
Yes to both and while they are a little scary for the split second it happens if you're still scared afterwards from something as minor as this you are a pussy who shouldn't even be driving in the first place.
I stood at a traffic light as a pedastrian as it turned red. One car stopped suddenly and another car bumped into it from behind. The cars were barely damaged but the woman in the first car got out and had a nervous breakdown, got on her knees and started crying and everything. Other driver just shrugged it off.
Guess people feel different about those things
japs get upset over every little thing though, even though it's fucking nothing it's not surprising in the least
It was a rented car and someone got hurt so it wasn't that odd they called the police. Nips are like that anyway.
Besides Koko is already a mental case wrapped in rich girl safety blanket so being in a car crash would upset her.
>no visible damage
Yep, fucking nothing. The elevens freak about about everything. Hell, I 'hit' a parked car once and didn't freak out at all, and I had only been driving for two years. Tight spot, paralleled in, was getting out, backed up too far. Got out, checked both, no damage, left. Why are they so weak? The slightest thing sends them into panic mode.
I doubt it was as much the damage to the car as it was the fact that she endangered everyone else.
I don't even know what you're complaining about.
That they didn't get more injured? Well, would you really want to sit through an episode of them being investigated or hopitalized?
That they didn't get punished? Well, their sense of moral is clearly better than yours. They don't need an actual punishment to feel bad about something they were responsible for.
>Koko was so humiliated for falling asleep at the wheel, that she hid in room for a week.
Dam what the hell. I would understand her guilty if drugs or alcohol were involved, but what happen to her could of happen to anyone.
Much be too much pressure in Japanese society
If Ghost Banri wasn't able to make Banri wake up, the five of them would have died in the crash.
Shit happens, nobody got hurt, learned a lesson. We all experience that within the first two years.
>discussing this shit in the episode that gave us alphadad
Hitting a guard rail really won't mess your car up much or give you a lot of injuries. Pretty realistic IMO.
I just got to the end. This made the entire episode worth it.
That they all pretended to have underwent something traumatic.
I assumed it was all Ghost Banri's fault to begin with, but I'm not really sure.
Also seriously, don't drive while you are sleepy. That's just not good and you need to have serious willpower to keep yourself awake.
>If Ghost Banri exists
He made everyone late, stuck in traffic, waste mental energy getting there, made it rain (and you know how Japs are, they all probably got slightly sick from that), and kept them there late
>If no ghost
It was entirely bad luck, and Kouko admitted that she shouldn't have offered to drive in her current state. They're all only like 18-19 years old and still make bad decisions.
It was his fault but then he decided he went too far
Sans the part where they could have died.
>They're all only like 18-19 years old and still make bad decisions.
You say that like there's a point where the bad decisions stop instead of simply slowing down in frequency.
Why didn't they just buy coffee or another stimulant from a gas station?
>Well you will have to pay to fix the barrier
What the fuck. Why the hell did they call the police to begin with?
Uh, they called the police BECAUSE they hit the barrier.
>implying you can get away it
Every country monitors almost everything you do 24/7. They'll get you for it sooner or later.
It doesn't matter because of ghost sleepy powers.
Sure thing, on an empty street at night.
The only guys who might throw a fit were the insurance company
The dent on the car would match the damage on the rail. And all this shit is reported and well-documented if you call your insurance company. Like I said, it's just a matter of looking for it, but they'll find it.
Well, I suppose you could do a black market repair or something off the books.
>Still alive am I?
>Look around, I'm fine, car still can move
>Sakura Trick in the lead
Is it because yuri or is it actually a decent SoL show?
The comedy parts of it are underdocumented and underappreciated.
>All this westashit opinions
In East people are socially forced to care about others. After some time, you internalize that
And this was a life/death situation.
And she is a woman.
I personally didn't feel slightest surrealism, father was very weird though.
If my girlfriend's father slapped her face I'd knock him out.
Implying I have a girlfriend
Implying I've ever had a girlfriend
Asians in general act younger their age. I remember a friend went to China and did some work at a university or something, and noticed that they behaved as if they were in high school.
And yeah, Japan, society pressure, etc
Ya, different cultures, different values
Kouko didn't just hide in her room for a week because she got into a minor car crash. When I was in high school I fell asleep at the wheel and flew up a hill and rammed into a rock, and I hardly felt a bump. I actually destroyed the radiator, but it wasn't the money I was so concerned about, it was the fact that I had broken trust and that it could have been worse (no one was with me, but I place a higher value on my life than anything, and freaked out at the fact that I COULD have been injured, with Kouko it's who she could have injured).
It's still not about that trauma, though. Kouko has had a rough time lately. Her dad also managed to defy physics by sending her flying across the road without so much as breaking a bone in her face.
But I think the LARGEST contributor to Kouko's slump and depression is the fact that she doesn't feel good enough for Banri. She obviously never has. She's prone to becoming very sensitive to the situations around her. She still thinks he loves Linda. She still thinks that she's not good enough for him. The way that she burst out at Banri about how he abandoned everything shows how truly afraid she is, and she was using this accident as an opportunity to break off her relationship with him (which obviously sent her down into depression) before she could REALLY be hurt. She lacks self-confidence and wanted to use it as a safety. Though it's true that if she had been going a little faster or if there was another vehicle they could have all been killed (which would shake me up), I think this is the largest contributor to her depressive state.
Sounds just like America. Most kids in a 4 year school have rich parents looking out for them, and only the stupidest college brats alienate their parents when they leave for school. Most of the time they are still willing to manage your life for you, but at that age a lot of them mistakenly believe they are self-sufficient and try to run everything themselves.
What is wrong with trying to solve the shit you've caused yourself?
But it doesn't justify looking down on Kokoloco .
All good points, she was already scarred mentally.Car crash was the salt on the fresh wound
Is there a feasible way to replace Ghost Banri with Koko's dad?
>Much be too much pressure in Japanese society
I'm all for visiting but you'd have to pay me to live in that shithole.
The crash was just the trigger.
because you are a fucking idiot and if you have someone who is capable of looking out for you then you should get some help.
Why couldn't he make his own fucking ramen?
My brother bumped into another car when he was 19 and it was pretty hard for him drive for a while.
Different strokes etc.
Okay, I have to use this thread to vent. I lost it not even 5 minutes in into that episode.
>no serious car damage
Did you see how damaged that guard rail was? Either Japan makes their guard rails out of elastic plastic or that car has to be a multiple tons heavy tank.
And no insurance in the world would pay for that, letting an inexperienced driver drive your car under those circumstances is just stupid.
Also, slapping someone multiple meters across the street.
That shit is less realistic than the fucking ghost.
You know nothing about road design. The rails are designed to have a little bit of give so they don't completely destroy whatever runs into them. I bet you didn't even know that cars are designed to collapse upon a crash to absorb some of the impact.
Because if you're going to fuck my daughter you at least should have the decency to make me some ramen
No, but the impact that would cause so much damage to a rail wouldn't leave the car in such a good condition. I crashed into enough guard rails to know how good they work in the real world.
I crashed a van into a street sign, skidded through the grass and destroyed part of the bushes of a parking lot packed with people next to a busy road.
I then proceeded to drive back onto the road and home before calling a local window repair guy the same day to fix the windshield. 2 years later and nothing has happened.
You won't get in trouble unless a cop sees you, you call the police, or wait around long enough for someone else to call the police. Nobody gives enough shits about that stuff, it would cost more to track the person down anyway.