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My best guess for why SaiIno became canon was it was a case of “pair the with Ino Naruto has to give her advice on how to get Sai's attention. So did Ino genuinely develop a relationship with Sai or, again, see him as a. One of the roughest relationships in Naruto was between Sakura and her ex best friend, Ino. The two parted over a mutual interest in Sasuke. Ino's first mail involves her asking what gift should she give Sai to become closer. .. finally chosen to instead talk to Sai normally to start a relationship rather than something inappropriate but not realising that Sai would take the advice way.
First, she questions if Sasuke is her father because of his absence. Later, she questions if Sakura is her mother because of the lack of affection between her and her father.
Eventually, she's convinced of her parentage, but it's still a startling issue. Even in unique couplings, children don't often question their parents so whole-heartedly. It becomes a serious point of contention for Sarada. They try so little in their relationship that their own daughter is unsure about it.
The most important rivals were Ino and Karin. Despite their devotion, Sasuke gave all three women the same treatment: He's known to insult them, ignore them, and rebuff their advances.
This becomes more extreme, though, when noted that Sasuke has violently attacked both Karin and Sakura. Yet both women still loved him.
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Their level of devotion is absurd, particularly when it isn't just one women so attached to him. It's insane that they still adore him despite such terrible treatment.
Unfortunately for her, he's away far more often than he's not. This becomes even more heartbreaking when she reveals that she hangs up pictures of him not just because of her love. It's so she doesn't forget what he looks like. While depressing, it becomes a new level of sadness when realizing that she spent years obsessing about his looks. His appearance was a huge part of why she first became interested in him. For her not to remember that only clues fans in on how ridiculously long Sasuke stays away from home.
This comes to the extreme that when running into his year-old daughter, he doesn't recognize her. Sakura tries to spend time sharing information about her father without revealing the grueling, traumatic parts of his past to the young Sarada. Sasuke simply says nothing to her about it. Also, the few times Sasuke does train Sarada, Sakura has no clue and just gets surprised by her daughter's new abilities in action. While 12 years apart takes a toll, Sakura and Sasuke should be nowhere near this disjointed as parents.
They could at least trade pictures and give each other updates. After all, it was something dear to him from before he lost his family. However, his use of the gesture with his own family is overstated. The head-poke has become his only go-to sign of affection. While well-meant and meaningful, it hardly makes up for his negligence and resistance towards being a present husband and parent. It's framed as such a monumental, sweet thing for him to do, but it is just a small way to say he cares.
A cute head-poke doesn't replace the years he chose to not be with his family. Once, when he first tries to leave and join Orochimaru. The second is during the Fourth Shinobi War, to encourage him to stay. Her confessions are always said in desperation, trying to protect him or get him to stay. Sakura pours out her heart to him. Sasuke, however, often reacts to them coolly or with malice.
Because of Karin's relationship with Sasuke, Sarada Uchiha is healthy, alive, and one of the best characters on the show. Kiba and Tamaki Kiba was one of the original nine rookies from Naruto.
He and his dog Akumaru were a formidable duo as well as fan favorites. Tamaki was a background character for a large chunk of the series, first working at a shop in an abandoned village with her grandmother, and later moving to Konoha with her cats.
They meet when she moves to Konoha and are quickly smitten with one another. By Boruto, they live together with their many animals. The problem with this couple isn't their existence, but the fact that they are sweet, kind, and adorable, but are generally uninvolved in the story.
They live together and raise animals, but they weren't given a child like many other couples, and are consequently left out. It hurts the show to leave such a sweet couple out of the core cast. Asuma and Kurenai Asuma and Kurenei were a beloved couple from Naruto, two ninja leaders who fell in love. The couple is very important to Boruto, though, because they gave birth to a fan-favorite character: By the next generation's beginning, Mirai has become an accomplished ninja, a mentor to Shikadai Naru, and a formidable guardian of Hokages.
Mirai is serious, dedicated, and loyal. Other ninjas often want her to loosen up, but her rigid devotion is part of her charm. Mirai simply wants to be the best ninja she can be and make Shikamaru, her psuedo-brother, and her late father proud. She's a stoic soldier with a heart of gold.
Her parent's relationship gave fans the gift of her wonderful presence. Sumire and Magire Sumire is a fascinating and complex character. Magire, instead of being complex, is just creepy.
In Boruto, he shows his affections for Sumire by stalking her. Later, he leaves her creepy notes and attacks her friends. Granted, the second half was under possession, but he still starts off quite uncomfortable. The Naruto series have never been that great at showing unrequited love, as Sakura, Naruto, and many other admirers were intense, overbearing, and uncomfortable.
However, Magire's feelings for Sumire take the cake. While generally well-meaning, he still decides to follow her around and make others uncomfortable. This botched one-sided relationship only serves to make Magire a terrible trope of a "nice guy," and does nothing to develop Sumire at all.
Overall, it only serves to hurt the show. Chances that you find something else?
Can somebody please tell me why that ONE dinner is the central reason people use to support why this couple became cannon?
And I can tell you one thing, it didn't seem like love at first sight, so can somebody How did it happen so suddenly?
I thought something like that would take a bit more time, especially on SAI'S end. And it's not like they are frequently together or anything, This is the same exact thing I seem to notice in every single cannon couple.
With the exception of ShikaTema I honestly don't know how many times they're gonna do this before people start realizing that none of it is genuine.
And I had to do some digging, but I did eventually find one other interaction they had at some point. Apparently Ino used her mind-body transfer technique to free Sai from Gengo's genjustu or something. I mean that's fine, that's all good and everything, but since WHEN is that grounds for love? And earlier in the series, Ino had this dream while caught in Infinite Tskuyome- This somewhat dillusional dream about Sai and Sasuke fighting over her.
She got with Sai on a whim after having this weird ass dream that she somehow thought spelled out her future? And the fact that Sasuke was even IN that dream suggests that she still had feelings for him throughout the whole war arc.
When did she let her feelings for Sasuke GO? They meet each other Ino was thinking about Sasuke the whole time: They compliment each other Which the "gorgeous" really wasn't even a compliment on Sai's end because he read a book that told him to say the opposite of what he was really thinking: Ino has a dream about him