Did he just say "revenge is a dish best served cold" in Klingon? What is wrong with him? Everyone has a different theory No reasons are given for the strange behaviour.
Did he just say "revenge is a dish best served cold" in Klingon? What is wrong with him? Everyone has a different theory No reasons are given for the strange behaviour. No specific diagnosis is ever mentioned in the story. It is a case of Ambiguous Disorder.
The disordered behaviour will often be Played for Laughs. This technique is generally used to avoid writing yet another Patient of the Week story about some specific disorder and to focus on the laugh-producing elements without having to deal with the serious issues.
Or, less generously, to mock the kooky outer aspects of mental illness without the risk of getting angry letters. Also, the lack of psychiatric expertise during these periods means that many historical figures might have had undiagnosed conditions vast Wild Mass Guessing exists about this topic.
Even today, due to difficulties in pinpointing an exact diagnosis, this is also often Truth in Television. Also please note that in Real Lifemost mental health diagnoses require that the behaviors the diagnosis purports to explain contribute significantly to impacted functioning in one or more domains of daily living.
If there is no significant functional impact on daily living, then there is no basis for a diagnosis. Koizumi prefers to eat and wear the same things every day, appears very expressionless, withdrawn and almost never speaks to anybody, and when she does speak, all she ever talks about is ramen.
Kumiko Oumae is unintentionally dismissivefar more empathetic than her actions implyand rather poor at demonstrating appropriate emotional responses to situations. In the original book she also is so Oblivious to Love that she needed her friends outright telling her that she loved Shuichi to make her realize feelings.
At several points, Yu Narukami seems a tad Of course, most of his antics can simply be chalked up to Rule of Funny. For example, during their first visit to the TV World, he sees nothing wrong with Yosuke, in the midst of a Potty Emergencydropping his pants and relieving himself against a wall, and even asks Chie why he would want to stop him from doing so.
When he and Yosuke are knocked into the water for making perverted comments about the girls, he continues to have a complete lack of facial expressions, while Yosuke is simultaneously laughing and flailing about.
He has a rather odd habit of agreeing to random comments made by the other characters, regardless of their seriousness. He also has a tendency to not react at all to absurd situations, and to be way too into certain antics of the more Why are you asking me?
But that chick, she is pretty amazing. Yuuki Rieko of 14Juicy displays a limited emotional range and seems to have no interest in, or aptitude for, anything but soccer.
Area 88the TV anime version: Shin Kazama only speaks when absolutely necessary and has a blunted affect. Mickey has a somewhat bipolar temperament.
He can be cheerful and gregarious in some situations, and extremely angry at other times. There is definitely something While a great number of the cast from Attack on Titan has several mental issues, special mention should be made of the main character, Eren Yeager, considering that even if in his early years he grew up in one of the most stable and loving environments for the setting: His rationale for doing it?
Animals who happened to look like humans". Later events through the series have not helped his sanity very much.
But although she seems mentally slow, she gets only slightly below average grades at a regular school and manages to socialize more-or-less normally. She even has some Genius Ditz tendencies: Claire Stanfield from Baccano!
Eiji Niizuma has extremely odd sitting patterns, demonstrates some trouble with social conventions and nonverbal clues, and has an obsessive interest and talent in a particular subject. Ice Queen Aiko Iwase also qualifies. Edward from Cowboy Bebop is ludicrously intelligent but shows absolutely no ability or inclination to socialize in a remotely normal fashion for even brief periods.
Her closest friend is a hyperintelligent, non-talking dog. For example, when he first became friends with Conan, he talked about Shinichi SO incessantly that his childhood friend believes him to have a girlfriend in Tokyo with the last name Kudo.
In the first episode, he does not know when to stop rambling on about Holmes and Conan Doyle and talks to Ran about it the entire time they are at the roller coaster.Although each mother was separated by cultural and social d It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page.
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