Naruto: 25 Things That Don't Make Sense About Sasuke and Sakura's Relationship
Naruto could honestly say he didn't think it would end like that and it hurt his Naruto was in his bathroom and Itachi just opened the door. Then she used Naruto Again, she just wanted him to bring back her Naruto ended, Sasuke says Im sorry, flick sakura´s forhead, says he will. -Naruto has a goddamn PANIC attack over the THOUGHT of people Sakura abandoned her relationship with her best friend, who helped her.
He's known to insult them, ignore them, and rebuff their advances. This becomes more extreme, though, when noted that Sasuke has violently attacked both Karin and Sakura.
Yet both women still loved him. Their level of devotion is absurd, particularly when it isn't just one women so attached to him. It's insane that they still adore him despite such terrible treatment. Unfortunately for her, he's away far more often than he's not.
This becomes even more heartbreaking when she reveals that she hangs up pictures of him not just because of her love. It's so she doesn't forget what he looks like. While depressing, it becomes a new level of sadness when realizing that she spent years obsessing about his looks.
His appearance was a huge part of why she first became interested in him.
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For her not to remember that only clues fans in on how ridiculously long Sasuke stays away from home. This comes to the extreme that when running into his year-old daughter, he doesn't recognize her. Sakura tries to spend time sharing information about her father without revealing the grueling, traumatic parts of his past to the young Sarada. Sasuke simply says nothing to her about it.
Also, the few times Sasuke does train Sarada, Sakura has no clue and just gets surprised by her daughter's new abilities in action.
While 12 years apart takes a toll, Sakura and Sasuke should be nowhere near this disjointed as parents.
They could at least trade pictures and give each other updates. After all, it was something dear to him from before he lost his family. However, his use of the gesture with his own family is overstated. The head-poke has become his only go-to sign of affection.
While well-meant and meaningful, it hardly makes up for his negligence and resistance towards being a present husband and parent. It's framed as such a monumental, sweet thing for him to do, but it is just a small way to say he cares. A cute head-poke doesn't replace the years he chose to not be with his family. Once, when he first tries to leave and join Orochimaru. The second is during the Fourth Shinobi War, to encourage him to stay. Her confessions are always said in desperation, trying to protect him or get him to stay.
Sakura pours out her heart to him. Sasuke, however, often reacts to them coolly or with malice. The first one he reacted by calling her annoying. The second time, he calls her annoying again and then literally crushes her heart with his hand.
Later, the show tries to tell fans that Sasuke does love her, but after these terrible displays, it's hard to believe. This behavior makes sense with his personality, but hardly hers. Nontraditional methods of affections make sense for them, but there is a level of nontraditional that nears on platonic.
To be believable, the couple needs a few more ways of sharing their love and feelings, even if they are unique. Otherwise, they seem instead like friends with marriage and a kid.
Sasuke remains with Orochimaru, but Sakura and Naruto reunite after two years apart. The two rekindle their friendship and recreate Team 7 with Sai. Without Sasuke, Sakura spends most of her time with Naruto. She uses him to fill the void in her life, to the point she goes on dates with him. She knows his feelings for her, and knows she doesn't reciprocate them, but does it anyway.
With Sakura's devotion to loving Sasuke and Naruto's friendship, she shouldn't have done such a mixed singalled, cruel thing to her best friend. While he's protecting their village, he is neglecting his wife and daughter. The least he could do is write, send pictures back and forth, maybe know what his daughter looks like nowadays.
However, Sasuke doesn't even do that. Messages might be hard to send and at some times could jeopardize missions, but there had to be times that communication was possible. After all, he must being sending word back to Naruto about missions. It makes no sense that Sasuke couldn't have sent his family sparse letters to show them his love and affection. Between parenting, going on missions, expressing feelings, all of it, Sasuke doesn't often say the things he should.
This communication issue comes to a head during a moment in Sakura's Hidden Novel.
There are rumors circulating that Sasuke could be evil again. She wants to defend him, but she has to be honest that she doesn't know.
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She hasn't heard enough of him to answer the question honestly. Sakura's inability to know if the man she loves is evil again reveals a glaring flaw in their relationship, one that doesn't make much sense. The crush sprang from his looks and his abilities. Naruto goes on to state that he has no friends nor family, and that the world isn't going to end. Seeing this, Hinata happily writes Naruto's name on her paper. Naruto turned 6-tails after Pain attacked Hinata.
Hence, Hinata is the trigger of the transformation as what Naruto confirmed in chapter. When Jiraiya and Kakashi died, he did not even transform. The situation clearly shows that Naruto have strong connection love for Hinata. Pain even said that love breeds hate. Pain assumed that the girl he attacked was special to Naruto. That only means one thing. Naruto did all these romantic moments with Hinata subconsciously. About your question here: So my question is if Naruto did quickly fall in love with Hinata after the Genjutsu in the movie or did he slowly start to feel something for her after it.
And to much elaborate the Movie One of the many complains in the movie is the pacing. For just a day or so… the relationship between Naruto and Hinata changed. Hinata tries to stay away from Naruto, then in the night Naruto confessed, then Hinata goes to Toneri. Yes… Within 3 days… I want to focus on day 1 and 2.
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This is when Naruto knows his own feelings. So quickly, he acted different towards Hinata. The answer is of course love. But is it possible to fall in love within days? The answer is, no. Because love is not an instant thing.
Does that mean the relationship between Naruto and Hinata is forced in the movie?