HomeReactions Naruto Naruto 77 Reaction Naruto 77 Reaction 0% 0 Views 0 Likes Screenshots Liked it? Take a second to support Blind Wave on Patreon! Related posts: Letters to the Patrons #1: Special Days Naruto 53 Reaction Naruto 55 Reaction Naruto 59 Reaction PREV Naruto 76 Reaction April 27, 2021 NEXT Naruto 78 Reaction May 11, 2021 Comment (9) Y’alls frustration with the pacing is super relatable lmaoooo.. i’m glad i was a kid when i watched these episodes because its rough.. BUT the good story elements are still there so! Log in to Reply Watching naruto week by week is like masochism. It reminds me of watching dragonball z years ago, where only 1 thing would happen and all of a sudden the next thing you hear is, “next time on dragonball z” every week. Log in to Reply “Should be saying this out loud” You see the problem is Naruto is still young and hasn’t master the art of talk no jutsu yet. Log in to Reply But naruto has mastered it though… He used it in ep 2 with konohamoru, zabuza on the bridge, haku and naruto kinda went back and forth, Inari, chunin exams he hypes everyone up and gives them confidence, gives a good talk to sasuke in chunin exams during the orochimaru attack, neji fight, hinata fight, and he even uses it in a few episodes against gaara. I mean, when do u even want to say that naruto has “mastered” it? In shippuden? Because damn, naruto uses it a hell of a lot in original naruto too, and its just as effective Log in to Reply I gotta say, watching you guys suffer watching 1 ep a week brings me great nostalgia when I was a kid going threw the same pain lol Log in to Reply Eric where did you get that awesome Sakura Blossom shirt? I can’t find it anywhere. Log in to Reply It’s even more annoying knowing the monkey guy has just been laying there this whole time watching them struggle. Log in to Reply Im prety sure hes tied down by vines from the foest but i could be wrong Log in to Reply The frase “I love you” exists, however, it is often not said since the wording is a little extreme. Instead they say “I like you”. From what my friend tells me (native Japanese) “I love you” is something she might say in an extreme situation to her husband on her or his deathbed. But, “I like you” is basically used as “I love you” even in situations when you confess your love to the other person. It is just as emotional as if you would tell someone you love them in english. Log in to Reply LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.