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  • A deeper look into the modern HYUGA household.. :D

    Happy Birthday Grandpa Hiashi Ojiisan.. and also Happy New Year to everyone here.

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    • hanabi is so hot

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    • Senjutsu Sage wrote: hanabi is so hot

      OK Boomer

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    • I'm 18 years old mind you. and this is how you greet the only person who willingly chose to comment on your thread? XD what a rascal, so rude

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    • not really, i don't really mind if the whole world ingores me at all unlike someone here.. and regarding your comment it seems you are just thirsting for a fictional character that doesn't exist in reality of the world. it's sure as heck come off as creepy, luckily in my case i am a man 23yo mind you.. so you can't fish people like me, like you did to others @.@

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    • Nice episode, I was bold as my grandfather did his grandchild's embarrassment and I am also glad that two sisters and father-daughter (Hinata and Hiashi) have a good relationship with each other. I am really happy that they showed :)

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    • all I'm gauging here right now is bitterness for absolutely no reason. and ultimately it was a joke but seemingly you're an emotional one

      you're talking about "you don't mind if the world ignores you unlike someone here" where did you even find the place to say such thing? i just commented on your thread, that no else chose to comment on, and you call me a boomer. how is that caring whether the world ignores me?

      thirsting after a fictional character you say. hmmmmm. I'm pretty sure I could say what I want, and mean it in anyway I want, whether i'm just playing around, or I'm serious etc. it's not obvious that it's the former though

      and what the actual hell? you think I'm some gay, faggot that wants you? are these the effects of delusion? 🤔

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    • Senjutsu Sage wrote: all I'm gauging here right now is bitterness for absolutely no reason. and ultimately it was a joke but seemingly you're an emotional one

      you're talking about "you don't mind if the world ignores you unlike someone here" where did you even find the place to say such thing? i just commented your thread, that no else chose to comment on, and you call me a boomer. how is that caring whether the world ignores me?

      thirsting after a fictional character you say. hmmmmm. I'm pretty sure I could say what I want, and mean it in anyway I want, whether i'm just playing around, or I'm serious etc. it's not obvious that it's the former though

      and what the actual hell? you think I'm some gay, faggot that wants you? are these the effects of delusion? 🤔

      back on topic..

      'Hiashi sure has changed alot since the war i last saw him.. he's not strict anymore like he used to be and more open arm loving his grandchild more & more..

      Mitsuki is one of the closet friendly friend to Boruto now due to their close bond .. even gets to invited to the house first hand .. interesting'

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    • Enjoyable episode,maybe one of the best fillers to now. I really pity the guy who tought that he's strongest than Hiashi hhh,i mean he ran right away after Hiashi challenged him back,and couldn't even beat Boruto who is weaker than Hiashi or Hanabi. It was a nice family episode,i'm glad that Hiashi became a caring father and grandfather,however, i will be lying if i say that i don't miss the old strict Hiashi who took on dozens of enemies in the Konoha Crush arc. Lesson of the episode:"Strength isn't something about people's fighting abilities,it's about caring about the beloved ones who surrond us" Looking forward to Ibiki Morino's comeback in next episode.

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    • I also loved this episode especially when Naruto scolds Boruto to never forget Hiashi's birthday. I also like how Hiashi is more pacifist and saw that not killing others much sooner was a better choice than killing people. It goes to show that the Hyuga definitely follow Hinata's pacifist way after the war.

      The episode really shows how Boruto should look into history more to understand his Hyuga family. Especially since it takes Kurenai to tell him about the Hyuga Affair.

      I also like how it also show a family photo with Neji and Hizashi before the Kumo incident.

      What I really love the most about the episode overall is Naruto's relationship with Hiashi. The two really do see eye to eye with each other. I say that the two have a lot of similarities with each other; as both were kind hearted but has to hide it, both are father's and leaders as they have to take duties over family including that both care about their family but they have a hard time showing it. I love how Hiashi is straight forward like Naruto and even is blessed that Naruto created a era where everyone can be happy with their family's as Hiashi pointed out. I also like how Hiashi said that it took Naruto to not only change the Hyuga clan but that it was Naruto that help Hiashi reconcile with Neji.

      Including that if Naruto never met Hinata than Naruto's era of fighting and death would have continued even into Boruto's era as pointed out by Hiashi. I also love how Naruto addresses Hiashi as the father term that Neji did with his father, it's definitely shows that Naruto's memory of Neji is in his heart as well.

      Yeh definitely the best episode so far to me!!!

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