I have only just discovered Chuunibyou Demo Koi ga Shitai. I would love to find out some more about this great example of Japanese anime.
Finally, the pairing becomes complete. Both Yuuta and Rikka confess their love. This is such a sweet clip
The confession finally occurs as both of them cannot hold back their feelings anymore. However, even with such a lovely confession lies another problem concerning reality.
The Unseen Horizon is something that Rikka was trying to find all this time. It may symbolize her love or her hope but whatever it may be, she found it with Yuuta. Realizing this is the case, Rikka pulls a fast one and confesses right off the bat. Even midst their confessions lie the element which brought them both together, Chuunibyou (8th grade syndrome). An ordinary confession wouldn’t really work at this point anymore. For those two, their Chuunibyou is something more than just a way to feel that they belong, it’s the very thing that made them fall in love with each other. It’s only proper that they’ll confess this way and what a lovely confession it is. Rikka’s embarrassment and Togashi’s Dark Flame Master role-play added to this scene immensely. Finally, they are brought together by yet another contract, the contract of lovers.
Embarrassment. It’s one of those things that is found most commonly in early romantic relationships. Even something minor might be a big deal when it has to do with that special person. We all know how things go; one person stops another and they lead each other on to further embarrassment which fuels the relationship further. Of course, this makes for the dramatic and romantic feel that this anime gives to its audience. Whether or not it is realistic is not necessarily a concern as long as it’s not completely outlandish.