Confessions from a Fruits Basket


The first time I watched Fruits Basket, I watched it in dubbed and I thought Yuki’s voice was so annoying. Then, a few days ago, I was watching some Fruits Basket videos on YouTube, and there were some subbed and I thought, “I wonder what the sub is like for this anime” and then I found out that Yuki’s voice is played by a woman and I just said “why”. In conclusion, I don’t like Yuki’s voice in either form.”

The first time I watched Fruits Basket, I watched it in dubbed and I thought Yuki’s voice was so annoying. Then, a few days ago, I was watching some Fruits Basket videos on YouTube, and there were some subbed and I thought, “I wonder what the sub is like for this anime” and then I found out that Yuki’s voice is played by a woman and I just said “why”. In conclusion, I don’t like Yuki’s voice in either form.”

Posted 4 days ago with 2 notes
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"Despite Tohru’s vision of her, Kyoko didn’t even come close to being ‘normal’ or ‘perfect.’ I wonder if, in spite of all the mistakes I’ve made, maybe I be a good mother too."

"Despite Tohru’s vision of her, Kyoko didn’t even come close to being ‘normal’ or ‘perfect.’ I wonder if, in spite of all the mistakes I’ve made, maybe I be a good mother too."

Posted 1 week ago with 21 notes
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"I shipped Tohru and Kyo at first, then when Yuki kissed Tohru in the manga I did both ships. At the end I felt better with her being with Kyo. (Although the best ship is Tohru with me.)"

"I shipped Tohru and Kyo at first, then when Yuki kissed Tohru in the manga I did both ships. At the end I felt better with her being with Kyo. (Although the best ship is Tohru with me.)"

Posted 1 week ago with 7 notes
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"Even after the ending, I always wished someone called the cops on Akito and Ren."

"Even after the ending, I always wished someone called the cops on Akito and Ren."

Posted 1 week ago with 4 notes
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"One of the biggest and most meaningful compliments I’ve gotten, was when my friends told me I’m like Tohru. . I love Tohru and her ability to care for people and have such an amazing impact on them, it’s been 3 years now, and it’s still the best thing they’ve ever told me."

"One of the biggest and most meaningful compliments I’ve gotten, was when my friends told me I’m like Tohru. . I love Tohru and her ability to care for people and have such an amazing impact on them, it’s been 3 years now, and it’s still the best thing they’ve ever told me."

Posted 1 week ago with 7 notes
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“I really despise the fact Akito is a male and is apparently dying in the anime….I get the male part cause the manga did not reveal anything till later but the whole dying thing feel like it was thrown in there so badly.”

I really despise the fact Akito is a male and is apparently dying in the anime….I get the male part cause the manga did not reveal anything till later but the whole dying thing feel like it was thrown in there so badly.”

Posted 1 week ago with 12 notes
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"I sort of think I read Fruits Basket too young… At age 8 or 9, I really didn’t know how to handle all the child abuse themes. It was really my first glimpse of how far human cruelty could go. I don’t know if anyone else had this experience, but reading it when I really didn’t know how to process those themes influenced me both to become 1) pretty paranoid about people’s true intentions and 2) more empathetic towards and appreciative of others…"

"I sort of think I read Fruits Basket too young… At age 8 or 9, I really didn’t know how to handle all the child abuse themes. It was really my first glimpse of how far human cruelty could go. I don’t know if anyone else had this experience, but reading it when I really didn’t know how to process those themes influenced me both to become 1) pretty paranoid about people’s true intentions and 2) more empathetic towards and appreciative of others…"

Posted 1 week ago with 19 notes
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Fruits Basket volume 11 is my favorite book of the series. I remember when it came out on my last day of school right before winter break. My mom took me and my sister grocery shopping that night and I begged her to let me stay in the car so I could read. When she did, I sat alone and read my book in the glow of the street lamp. I squeed when Kyo admitted (through thought) that he loved Tohru. That, for me, is one of my favorite Fruits Basket and high school memories.

Fruits Basket volume 11 is my favorite book of the series. I remember when it came out on my last day of school right before winter break. My mom took me and my sister grocery shopping that night and I begged her to let me stay in the car so I could read. When she did, I sat alone and read my book in the glow of the street lamp. I squeed when Kyo admitted (through thought) that he loved Tohru. That, for me, is one of my favorite Fruits Basket and high school memories.

Posted 1 month ago with 14 notes
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I used to hate Machi, before I actually got to know her character. Now I really like her and feel bad that I hated her because she’s a lot like me.

I used to hate Machi, before I actually got to know her character. Now I really like her and feel bad that I hated her because she’s a lot like me.

Posted 1 month ago with 11 notes
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I always loved Motoko, particularly in the episodes of the anime that focused on her. I really appreciate that they show her as being much more complex than a petty love rival, and how she ultimately understands that she is the mean and obsessed one. She swears to do ‘some growing up,’ and walks away gracefully. Plus, she’s not perfect - she stutters and messes up with the best of them and not in a ‘cute’ way. In many aspects, she feels much more human and relatable than Tohru to me.

I always loved Motoko, particularly in the episodes of the anime that focused on her. I really appreciate that they show her as being much more complex than a petty love rival, and how she ultimately understands that she is the mean and obsessed one. She swears to do ‘some growing up,’ and walks away gracefully. Plus, she’s not perfect - she stutters and messes up with the best of them and not in a ‘cute’ way. In many aspects, she feels much more human and relatable than Tohru to me.

Posted 1 month ago with 24 notes
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