|Reviews for Understanding a Kiss|
| The Unplanner chapter 1 . 2/18/2016
Yeah, if a fictional robots looks extremely human and can think, they usually do have emotions, and the "emotionless" thing is just a lie that jumps back and forth for whatever reason.
There are actually a few marginally good reasons to tell a lie like that, such as emotions being bad for productivity and likely to spark rebellions. Although having such a lie unravel makes rebellion much more likely than if you never hid the facts to begin with.
If the robot never gets a second opinion, they might even believe the lie, like Call here. If this had another chapter, things would likely get crack-fic-y faster than you can say "Mighty No. 9 was delayed again, again."
I've read stories where the machine has trouble feeling emotions unless they're intense, and gets addicted to danger and other high-tension situations, which invoke strong enough emotions to block out their robotic nature for a few moments. The upshot of that is that if Beck messes this up, Call might go yandere for him. Beware! Good thing Beck gave a few signs that he's willing to try a possible relationship.
| 1010 chapter 1 . 8/29/2015
Awwww this was so cute! :D