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November 4th, 2012, 11:26 am

Average Rating: 5.00

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Reply JigokuNeko, November 4th, 2012, 11:44 am

re: anyone? anyone???? ok, next chapter: kitty miraculously recovers, Damian dies in pig stampede. comic over, so sad~ ...just kidding :p

re: truth be told, most japanese romance manga are often...disturbing when examined closely. there is way too much creepiness and abuse disguised as romantic love. i think very few get it right.

re: umu, she must learn but she's not a very happy person right now.

re: :'(

re: oh, i don't mean sugar daddies (or mommies, let's not be sexist) i mean where people actually fall in love and not with the other's money or fame. or romance stories where this happens. dunno, it's like too much oedipus/pedo complex for my taste.

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Reply violet-san, November 4th, 2012, 11:55 am

I've put kittens down- they didn't look like kittens though we took them out of mom when she was being spayed XD

It actually IS easier for all those situation because you don't have a personal attachment. It's sitll hard but better than the human medicine where your loved ones are in so much pain begging for death and no quality of life left. Disgusts me.

This man should never teach though. What he's doing is unnecessary, cruel and above all unprofessional. We were taught if euthanasia EVER becomes easy to leave the profession.

Does anyone know what drug he wants her to inject? I DO!! XD It's barbiturates. kill though anaesthetic over dose so they feel nothing.

Reply cupEcake, November 4th, 2012, 12:24 pm

my sister always said i should be a vet because of how much i love and connect with animals, but i know i'd never be able to put them down without serious sobbing going on.
i'd be able to do it out of compassion for the animal if it were injured or sick, but i know i'd never be able to forget a single one, because that's how my memory works. D:

about the manga romance thing...its true what you said. there is so much abuse in a lot of them, it makes me really angry. its like how on SJ a lot of the readers don't care about the characters relationship, they just shout out 'RAPE HIM!' like its an okay thing...
makes me really sad and angry. i tend to stay away from abusive comics.

but back to YOUR comic...i really like how you've caught ilona's distraught expression. you've done a great job.

Reply JigokuNeko, November 4th, 2012, 12:25 pm

@violet-san:
aw, he's not telling her to make it easy, he's telling her every case is hard but yeah, he's not handling this very well--which is the point *w-

ehehe, it must be silly fun, watching me muddle these subjects. you know, i'm just glad there are no lawyers reading when i do the aunt storyline.

aww, shoot, i was thinking about putting them in scrubs and masks but they looked like t-shirts and i needed to show their faces in my drawing so i said eff it!

ahah! i know the name too! while reading for this i read about people with some medical conditions wanting to commit suicide buying it in Mexico to inject themselves because it is so much easier to obtain there. random/

Reply JigokuNeko, November 4th, 2012, 12:38 pm

@cupEcake:
yuh, i frigging hate it when rape is used for titillation or even worse, to show "love". eff that shit. like, it makes me so furious crap like 50 shades is so popular. or when female characters need to get raped to have "a serious backstory" like it's the only valid experience to mark a woman's life and make her story interesting to the readers. it's why i like reading YA and stuff by writers i trust not to make a mess. i swear in everything else there is sexual abuse in your face paraded as "grittiness" and "realism" and it makes me sick.

heh, don't usually answer back the same day but just had to get this out of my system.

Reply violet-san, November 4th, 2012, 12:39 pm

@JigokuNeko: oh man scrubs are awful, evil intentions! No figure at all and they're so uncomfy lol! All women medical professionals loathe them. Definitely a man's invention. Lab coats too. I unfortunately have a rather large buttocks and thus cannot fit in any of them properly. Darn big butt and breasts.

Well once she started blubbering she broke aspectic technique so she could have pulled her mark down after that anyway. I wouldn't have matter if all they were gonna do is put the cat down anyway.

He's just being unprofessional asking the owner to euthanize their own pet. Again even if I were a fully qualified vet i wouldn't be doing that. And I totally get that's what your going for and the whole point here but it gets my pot bubbling :P Want to smack him.

Don't worry bout ma nit pickyness that's just cause I'm gonna be a vet. We doctor types are just like that haha.

Reply violet-san, November 4th, 2012, 12:43 pm

@JigokuNeko:

Oh and one more pit picky point. Hands should never drop below your vision anything outside the surgeons field of vision is considered contaminated field. For example the drapes are considered sterile except the parts that drop over the edge of the table those parts are dirty.

That's why we walk around with our arms pointed up. There is clear reasoning to our madness :P Just for further reference not that you need it all in all I think you've done your research fairly well :)

Reply Kazu-chan, November 4th, 2012, 7:38 pm

@JigokuNeko: I've read a LOT of shoujo manga and the one thing I can't stand is when the male love interest constantly interferes with the heroine's life because she makes " naiive mistakes" or is "helpless in everything she does." Or the male love interest is super smart or super super perfect in some other way. This makes the heroine look weak and the boyfriend unhealthily controlling I also don't like it when they try and "teach lessons" to the heroine by humiliating her to make her realize something about herself or someone else. Good examples of these are "Kaichou Wa Maid-samma," "Faster than a kiss" (in some ways) and (if I remember correctly) a bit in "Special A." It also peaves me when one character is ganged up on by others and it's passed off as "playful teasing" and brushed off as such when really, some pretty mean stuff is done. End rant.

Reply xcares (Guest), November 4th, 2012, 8:53 pm

@cupEcake: When readers are like that you can surely find fault in the comic itself. And yes too much sensationalism will result in stories where there is abuse etc etc.

@Kazu-chan:
@JigokuNeko:

What have u 2 been reading ? o.O
Had to google shoujo to make sure it's the one selling to teen girls o.O !

@JigokuNeko: i wasn't just talking about money transactions in previous comment. For example Most "old guy - young woman" you see IRL aren't about money. The coin used can be anything else but money. People just call it "love" so they can turn their attention away faster. A money exchange is a lot more healthy than what i'm referring to.

Reply pianofreak161, November 5th, 2012, 9:39 am

Your comment about Japanese mangas: totally agree, man.

Good page. Important character development

Reply Comettystar962, November 8th, 2012, 6:07 am

@Kazu-chan:
Im going to have to agree with the "super perfect" part (a note to all: guys have faults too.MAKE THEM!) and the part about the naivety of the heroine (seriously...we need more characters that dont try to kill themselves. And if they do, they shouldnt be the main character! Its one thing to say that shes a danger magnet and clumsy and yet manages to solve it BY HERSELF, its another to just say that shes so stupid that shes going to let her prince solve everything!) But what do you mean about the humiliation examples? I'm curious...any specific examples?

Reply RoarBear (Guest), January 8th, 2014, 5:09 am

@JigokuNeko: I agree with most of what you're saying, rape is glorified in a dark way in books & manga. I'd have to disagree with you about the 50 shades of Grey though. I'm a woman, and I think it's so popular with certain people because it lets out a side most people feel they need to hide. Like, I'm more into the BDSM and kinky nature of sex. Most novels, movies, manga, people, etc look down on this. 50 Shades of Grey was a book that let me feel comfortable and not ashamed about the nature of which I'm into. It wasn't really a "rape" book, but more a novel based on a weirdly sexual relationship that not many people could understand.

Reply JigokuNeko, January 8th, 2014, 10:23 am

@RoarBear:
I disagree. This is not a book about two people *willingly and consentually* exploring a BDSM relationship. It is not even a book about an older man introducing a younger woman to "edgier" sex. It is a narrative that glorifies and romanticizes domestic and psychological abuse. You are NOT supposed to fear your partner, you are NOT supposed to do things you do not want to do to please them, you are NOT supposed to control how your partner lives their life. Choosing to be in a BDSM relationship is still based on mutual trust and respect and there is zilch of that in that book. Which is why I will always speak against it. I am very sex positive, I believe everyone should have as much or as little of it as they want without being shamed for it either way, provided there is clear and constant consent. But I will always speak up against bullshit that promotes abuse. It is downright criminal to let young women think that they should take abuse in the name of "love".

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