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File:[SubsPlease] Hige wo Soru.….jpg (140.75 KB,1280x720)

 No.72667

Putting aside the suicide since that's illogical by nature, why didn't Sayu's brother get her her own place to stay? He seems rich enough to do so and allow her to live on her own instead of letting her run out into the streets to whore around and never contact him again.

 No.72669

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Don't expect any logically consistent writing from this trainwreck. Just turn off your brain and watch it for the cow.

 No.72670

>>72669
I wish I could but she's barely in it... If only the one non-terrible character made more appearances...

 No.72671

>>72667
Her mother is still her legal guardian, so her brother probably wasn't allowed to make that decision. What's more illogical is that he told her to stay at a hotel, which would make her easier to trace. Why not have her stay over with family or friends of her brother's? Are minors even allowed to book a hotel room on their own?

 No.72673

>>72670
>I wish I could but she's barely in it...
Yeah, that's why the show sucks.

 No.72674

>>72671
From the looks of it they're a fairly small family. But are there laws that say a teen needs to have parental approval to move out and live on their own? And it doesn't make sense that the mother wouldn't approve of something like that since she seems to hate Sayu in a way that she doesn't want to see her.

 No.72676

>>72674
I don't think Sayu's mother hates her. She seems more like a stereotypical controlling parent who can't handle it when her kids talk back. Her brother probably thought it would be best for Sayu to spend some time away on her own terms because her mother's obsession with saving face would make Sayu's trauma worse, but he also recognized that her mother would never approve of that, precisely because it would make her lose face.
>But are there laws that say a teen needs to have parental approval to move out and live on their own?
I always assumed that's how it works in most countries. There are probably lots of nuances, but Wikipedia sums it up as:
>Child custody consists of legal custody, which is the right to make decisions about the child, and physical custody, which is the right and duty to house, provide and care for the child. [..] Physical custody establishes where a child lives and who decides day-to-day issues regarding the child.
Even in anime, teens who live on their own usually have special circumstances, like parents who are dead, missing, or on neverending business trips.

 No.72681

File:[Coalgirls]_Yuru_Yuri_01_(….jpg (159.56 KB,1920x1080)

>>72676
Doesn't Yui live on her own just to be independent and out of no other special circumstances?

 No.72783

im very surprised this wasnt written by a women
this entire show is just women problems from the reason she left to the reason she ended up meeting yoshida

 No.72858

give me it quick and hard. Does this have episodes which are laughably bad or is it just bad?

 No.72879

the show isnt bad its rather well made, the characters are even that terrible
its just that writing is repetitive and often terrible
im still sort of enjoying it but cant recommend it in good faith




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