Poll: One Female that Naruto will Marry Vote Now!
Author has written 2 stories for Naruto.
Crush, Like, Love... There is a damn difference. You cant just have someone go, "I think she's cute." then go "I think I love her" WTF!! If a person think another person is cute, it's called a fucking Attraction. They can act on it and hope it leads on to something different but there's no damn will that every fucking time it'll be come a "love at first sight kind of thing". Get your facts straight. And this goes for all the little kids that are writing now a days and seen in the reality of life. You don't date for a day and that relationship becomes love from the start. Quit throwing the Love word like its pennies.
Harems... Why does so many people tend to make a Harem fic? There is no Uzumaki clan of Konoha, nor is there a Namikaze clan of Konoha, Minato is a orphan, more or less it could be a real or fake name. While the clan of Uzumaki is from a different village, which means Naruto is not bound by a Clan restoration act (If there is even a such of act...).Kun[ ]
Kun (君【くん】Chan[ ) is used by persons of senior status in addressing or referring to those of junior status, or by anyone when addressing or referring to male children or male teenagers, or among male friends. It can also be used by females when addressing a male that they are emotionally attached to or have known for a long period of time. Although kun is generally used for boys, that is not a hard rule. For example, kun can be used to name a close personal friend or family member of any gender. Also, in business settings, young female employees may also be addressed as kun by older males of senior status. It can also be used by male teachers addressing their female students. ]
Chan (ちゃん) is a suffix; it expresses that the speaker finds a person endearing. In general, chan is used for babies, young children, grandparents and teenagers. It may also be used towards cute animals, lovers, close friends, any youthful woman, or between friends. Using chan with a superior's name is considered to be condescending and rude.
Although, traditionally, honorifics are not applied to oneself, some young women adopt the childish affectation of referring to themselves in the third person using chan (childish because it suggests that one has not learned to distinguish between names used for self and names used by others). For example, a young woman named Kanako might call herself Kanako-chan rather than using a first person pronoun. Also, the very common female name suffix -ko (〜子) may be dropped, as in Kana-chan.
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