If she's retracting an insult to someone she hadn't meant to insult, it's because of Insult Friendly Fire. Compare Freudian Slip (where the character says something that reveals thoughts he's concealing or repressing) and Last-Second Word Swap (where the character revises what he was Bruce Banner: I don't think we should be focusing on Loki. The reason she rarely speaks is due to the fact she thinks too much before speaking, thus losing the timing to speak altogether.But she lives a happy school life with her classmates.A razão pela qual ela raramente fala é devido ao fato de que ela pensa muito antes de falar, perdendo, assim, o momento de falar completamente.Mas ela vive uma vida escolar feliz com seus colegas de classe.NOTE: " Morita-san wa Mukuchi", the audio and the background image are the property of their respective owners.
All three couples have great chemistry and it’s fun to watch them interact.
If Alice has to retract a practical idea that uses bad methods, it's a case of ... If she has to retract a controversial opinion, it's a case of Not That There's Anything Wrong with That.
If she's retracting an opinion based on who else does or doesn't agree with it, it just might be a Favouritism Flip Flop. Loki is beyond reason, but he is of Asgard and he is my brother.
“Summer, Fireworks, Color of Love” is this week’s title, and it pretty succinctly sums up what we get.
If you’ve heard of these themes in romance anime before well…you’re not alone!On Second Thought is a more specific case of this, as are some forms of Inflationary Dialogue.