Do you know what I find interesting? If you lose a spouse, you’re called a widow or a widower. If you’re a child and you lose your parents, then you’re an orphan. But what’s the word to describe a parent who loses a child? I guess that’s just too damned awful to even have a name.
Mrs. Holmes, utterly unconsolable after hearing about their little girl.
Chapter 283, something about 284 and where are WE exactly in all of this.
Thank God, that the whole overreacting of ‘the series is ending stopped’ some weeks ago. And i will go about this point after some points of view I have of these two chapters:
I really wanted to put something about last week’s chapter but in all truth I was still unsure on what to say. Especially since I’m trying in all positiveness in being neutral about my shipping feelings in posts like this of full analysis.
I don’t blame Usopp for being practical here; both he and Nami have no chance against Enel and they proved that, but if they’d have gone back right away none of them would have likely been able to escape. Plus, Sanji’s definitely somebody that would be fine with giving himself up as long as he knew it was saving other people, and I think Usopp knows that.