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Nosebleed - TV Tropes. Soul: It's okay, cool guys like me see naked women all the time; I'm used to it. Blair: Right, I'm sure that's why your nose is bleeding. It's probably a side effect of High- Pressure Blood in a body that's Overdrawn at the Blood Bank. It is commonly interpreted that way for males and females, with little trickles of blood indicating mild arousal, and gushing fountains of blood indicating erection/extreme arousal in both sexes. It can also be interpreted as shorthand strictly for erections in males.
In that case, when blood shoots from the nose explosively, and in ridiculous quantity, the implication would be an ejaculation. This happens in virtually every anime with fanservice. It also occasionally appears these days in western media — especially Webcomics — which are open about their manga influences. The concept comes from a Japanese old wives' tale, and might be Truth in Televisionnote The nose (according to The Other Wiki) has erectile tissue that can become engorged during sexual arousal such as sexually induced sneezing which is far more common. Compare Visual Innuendo, Something Else Also Rises, and (the far more realistic) Jizz In My Pants.
Contrast Psychic Nosebleed, where the blood loss is caused by the strain of overusing Psychic Powers, and especially Deadly Nosebleed, which denotes serious physical injury. Both of these overlap with this more than you'd think; arousal could be considered just another way of overexerting yourself, after all.
Peeping on naked girls may also result in a nosebleed via a Megaton Punch to the face, but that's not part of this trope. Examples include Sakuya from Candy Boy, Sumika from Sasameki Koto, Yuu from Otome Kikan Gretel, Mamiya from Kurogane Pukapuka Tai, Julia from Strawberry Shake Sweet, etc. Once, someone even needed a blood transfusion! Nami's pride is so hurt that she hooks her fingers up his nostrils and demands he get one, but he still doesn't.
She ignores the suggestion of this trope because he . Maybe it's not that rare after all. As Yamcha fought an opponent who was completely invisible, Krillin positioned Roshi just right at the side of the arena, then removed Bulma's top in front of him.
The resulting blood spew coated the invisible man, allowing Yamcha to see him and beat him easily. Afterwards, Roshi first yelled angrily at Krillin over potentially having a heart attack before patting him on the head, saying . As this plot point was too sexual for the broadcast cut of the dub, they replaced it with some nonsense involving tomato soup. The Onsen Episode features two particularly bloody (and hilarious) examples: while listening in to the girls' conversation through the dividing wall, Kazama, the more naive of the series's Those Two Guys, has a full- on explosive nosebleed, while the more experienced Kurz merely gushes about a quart per second from both nostrils. He often passes out from the blood loss. Interpret that however the hell you want.
Lunamaria just happens to scout ahead while Kira and Lacus are making out. The resultant nosebleed sends her flying a few hundred metres.
Rey: Lunamaria's been taken down. Shinn: I wonder what she saw? They're both female.
Mystery Moon ~ F.A.Q. In the Sailormoon universe, there are several mysteries that tend to cause confusion (And sometimes arguments) among "Moonies" everywhere.
This caused Minki some distress, as she first appeared to Katsuya and Hiroshi in a Stripperiffic outfit.. The resulting fountain coated her in blood.
Although she doesn't have another nosebleed after she actually sees it, blushing instead (just like the rest of the girls). Keiichi has had a nosebleed in Hirukowashi- hen. Rena also has had more then one nosebleed in the series. In the first arc of the visual novel, she has one as a somewhat disturbing reaction to Rika acting adorable, obviously Played for Laughs in this situation. She gets bonus points because she's a ghost and shouldn't even have blood in the first place. She also checks out Ayumi's panties at one point and announced loudly that is she is bisexual.
Subverted in volume 9 of the manga I. At a trip to the beach Nami, in a very revealing outfit, asks protagonist Ichitaka if her swimsuit is sexy. His reaction isn't what she expected and she forces her fingers into his nose, demanding if he shouldn't at least get a nosebleed. Happens when she sees friendly interaction between Daitetsu and Jin or even when Akiba brings manga to school, including ones aimed towards girls.
Despite Kouta having a girlfriend whose favorite activity is seducing him with her body and a would- be girlfriend who refuses to be outdone, he almost never nosebleeds. He passes out, runs away or gives in instead. The result is a literal High- Pressure Blood situation, wherein it actually explodes from her veins in a spectacular fashion if she can't bite someone and inject them with the excess blood, which, incidentally, cures their depression. To down the gore factor, the blood is portrayed as flowers exploding from her nose — at least, until it settles and we see the room soaked in blood. The slightest perverted thought will create a spew of blood so large that she can actually use it as a weapon. Bonus points for the fact that these are caused by Yuri, who happens to be a guy as well.
K- ko's aide to see her not wearing panties. His nosebleed is so hard he gets sent out flying across the room..
This is lampshaded once by Kotaro: . It actually knocks her over. Negi himself is apparently too young to get nosebleeds. However, he's not above a Spit Take through the nose. Oddly, it seems to be not a result of sexual arousal, but because of the Squee! Earlier, during chapter 2. Minerva uses her dimensional powers to steal the girls' underwear, but she forgets to give them back.
So when a sudden updraft lifts Haruko and Inaho's skirts, Takeru gets an eyeful and passes out with a smile on his face. In chapter 2. 6, she slips on a napkin and falls, inadvertently giving them a clear viewup her skirt. And during the group's vacation on Okino Island, Himegami teased Takeru for getting a nosebleed just from seeing Haruko in a bikini. Love Espada has caused more than a few, herself, due to her shameless sex appeal, along with the fact that she's openly bisexual.
She's even caused Takeru and Uruchi's eyes to wander and their noses to trickle from staring at her. Her severe obsession with anything bishounen causes her to have massive nosebleeds every now and then.
He's actually been used as a measuring tool on occasions when the female cast wants to gauge their sexiness. She explains that due to perverts taking over the world, . The blood, however, is completely edited out in the English TV broadcast version, although it is still intact on DVD. The gang of ninja has a group nosebleed.. Onsokumaru shapeshifting to completely cover Miyabi's body, and generating a pair of Gag Boobs. One other, rather peculiar example of this trope in the series is when Brook nosebleeds, because he is just a skeleton (with an afro) that has no blood in his entire body. Sanji spent the entire time on his own personal hell island, being trained by ugly transvestite men who were trying to seduce and convert him.
Upon his return, Sanji was so susceptible to women that viewing them gave him nosebleeds that would rocket him back. In one chapter, just turning in the direction of one of his female crewmates, with his eyes closed, caused him to rocket nearly off their pirate ship. He had to be given a blood transfusion, and was shown visibly desiccated from blood loss. There has been a total deconstruction of this trope in chapter 6. Good thing the Straw Hats found human donors.
The funniest one is Episode 1. Sanji suggests they all peep into the ladies' bath at Alubarna. Nami responds to this with . They all get massive nosebleeds: Sanji, Luffy, Usopp, Chopper, Igaram, King Cobra, even a camel. But he did bow and thank her, though. Paulie is a prude so avoids this by trying to Ignore the Fanservice, but the other three try to cover their nosebleeds while saying the peep show was Worth It.
Paulie gets his turn later after Mozu and Kiwi get up close and personal to thank him for rescuing them; his nosebleed shoots like firehoses. Hikaru and Kaoru notice this and call him a pervert. However, because Tamaki doesn't actually realize that he's in love with Haruhi, he thinks he just hit his nose. Honey then tries to administer .
One thing led to another and she inexplicably decided to be the class's swimming coach. This led to so many of the boys getting nosebleeds that the pool itself was stained in blood! Soon after the protagonist realized that his stepmother still hadn't left the school as evidenced by all the blood stains in the school corridors! The tank was above Tita's bathroom; three guesses what caused the nosebleed. This results in Tita catching him and Roger in the act and punishing them for it. But who wouldn't get one in the first place?
Ranma . This often confused Akane. Why should Marshmallow Hell arouse a pig? Notably, he's immune to Ranma's naked female body (except on one or two occasions, though he normally may get a little flustered at most), because he considers his rival to be nothing if not 1.
Any other naked woman will have this effect, regardless of his feelings for her. When he peeks into the thoughts of Happ. It's utterly torrential when Yukari uses a voodoo doll to make him pull Kurumu's panties down right in front of Moka! Naturally, Kurumu has no complaints. And let's not forget that Skirts and Ladders moment with Moka and Tsukune close to the end of the werewolf episode.. When Moka tries to wipe it off, the scent of blood gets to her and..
In the Rumic World short story . Unfortunately for him, he's a boxer, and his nose is his weak spot. His father tries to train him not to bleed (or punishes him) by showing him centerfolds from nudie magazines. Also in the Sailor V manga, regular male nosebleeds are seen several times. Hero gets one when he storms into the girl's locker room. Astro anytime she sees Izumi in the way she thinks is very cute.
As you can probably guess, last week’s episode of Game of Thrones—and its increasing dominance over the pop culture landscape—has filled the ol’ postman’s stolen mailbag to the brim. There are a few spoilers for last week’s episode, but more importantly, an answer to a question we should have been asking ourselves since the first episode: Should we want Daenerys and Jon Snow to fuck? Aunt, Man. Aaron W.: So I’ve been struggling with this question a lot: Is it ok to . So the aunt/nephew dynamic is an absolute deal breaker to modern audiences, but maybe wouldn’t be the worst thing in Westeros? Lots of reasons it would be good, but one BIG reason it is unacceptable. Thoughts? Shipping is. I’ve seen worse than aunt and nephew.
And the show is definitely presenting them as future romantic partners/fuckbuddies, which makes it as legitimate as these things get. Their familial relationship may freak you out, but that’s sort of the point. GRRM wants to show a medieval, feudal- type era with all the awfulness most fantasies skip over. The relentless sexism, the rape and torture, the horror that regular people could and did experience constantly as the result of what the nobility chose to do—you can absolutely complain about how omnipresent it is in his stories and/or how it’s portrayed, but it’s not inaccurate to the source material of that reality. And one part of that reality is medieval (and certainly ancient) nobility’s tendency toward incest, especially between uncles and nieces—to the point where its got its own name, avunculate marriage. As you said, the books/show have already shown that Targaryens have been more than willing to marry within the family in order to keep their bloodline pure, so there’s a precedent for Jon and Dany starting a relationship.
And since we’re talking about an aunt and nephew here (since Jon is the son of Dany’s deceased brother Rhaegar) and not uncle/niece, a Jon/Dany hook- up would. I am far more skeptical that Jon would be cool with sleeping with his aunt, given the rest of Westeros isn’t nearly as cool with incest (hence Cersei and Jaime’s hiding of their sexual relationship—well, until Cersei took the throne and decided that yes, in fact, as queen she gets to have sex with anyone she wants, and everyone else has to deal with it. Or be tortured and killed). But Jon’s problem is easily solved by keeping his parentage from him until after Ice and Fire have fucked each other.
In fact, I suspect Bran is keeping/will keep the truth of Jon’s parentage from everyone until after Daenerys gets pregnant for that very reason. The Three- Eyed Raven knows this has to happen, so mum’s the word for now Or GRRM—or the show, for that matter, since we know it’s diverging from GRRM’s plan in major ways—could just throw a curveball and have Dany marry Gendry, the closest thing King Robert had to a legitimate heir, combining the Targaryen and Baratheon lines to create a progeny whose claim to the throne is unassailable throughout Westeros. Actually, that’s a pretty good idea! He’s way at the bottom . No way Bronn can hold his breath long enough to get down there, cut all the straps to all the pieces of the armor, pull them off, and then also pull him to safety before they both drown. I’m not going to say it’s unrealistic, since Jaime was pushed into the water to avoid a dragon, but the point of Game of Thrones is that it has fantasy elements but it’s still realistic in the basic laws of physics.
So isn’t Jaime getting rescued impossible? You bring up a good point about fantasy, in that the best fantasy has a set of rules, even if the audience doesn’t know them, and doesn’t break them. Someone suddenly having a “hoist person out of lake” spell to save Jaime would be dumb. Tyrion running down the hell and begging Dany to have Drogon fish the dude who was about to kill her out of the lake is more realistic for Go. T, but implausible in terms of Dany’s character and the time it would take for Tyrion to get down to Dany and ask for her to save his brother. So that leaves Bronn. Here’s one thing we all need to make our peace with first, right now: Game of Thrones the TV show has begun playing fast and loose with strict reality in favor of presenting the most exciting story possible.
This is how armies and fleets are moving gargantuan distances in- between and sometimes even during episodes. It’s why Tyrion can pick out Jaime from half a mile away amid a battlefield full of smoke and destruction. It’s why Cersei and her allies can suddenly kick ass or all of Highgarden’s gold can get into King’s Landing with a mutter and a handwave. There are only nine episodes left, total, as of the time this mailbag hits the nerdernet.
The show doesn’t have any time to waste. Yes, part of the reason the books are so good is because they were sprawling and complicated in the way life is, and yes, the show is 1.
I also, as I mentioned in my recap this week, think it doesn’t make any narrative sense for Bronn to push Jaime out of the way of a giant cone of dragon breath into a lake, only to have him immediately drown—if Weiss and Benioff are going to kill the character, having Jaime get turned into cinders by Drogon is a much, much cooler death. So I think the show will forgo realism (I mean, how was that lake at the side of that road a full 3. Bronn will cut Jaime out of his armor and drag him to the surface (because Jaime is the one who’s going to give him a castle, after all), and the Lannister will probably live to fight another day. And I also think he’ll be the one to perform those (book spoilers) valonqar duties, and obviously, he can’t do that if he’s dead. Last time I looked, I didn’t see any friendly priests of R’hllor nearby. Where to even begin?
Ser Barristan would have been the most solid member of Daenerys’ Queensguard due to military and combat experience, but his relationship to Rhaegar is most interesting. When Dany tells Jon that everyone loves doing what they’re best at, Jon disagrees. Ser Barristan once told Dany a similar story about her brother Rhaegar preferring singing in the street to killing.
I also imagine Ser Barristan recognizing the late prince’s resemblance in Jon’s face, posture, or personality. Although Jon is very much Ned Stark in code and hair color, there would be a few opportunities for the show to make that connection. Are there any dead characters that would’ve enhanced the current story we have without breaking the series? Barristan had to die because he had too many answers. He knew Rhaegar well, and he likely knew what Rhaegar was doing when he kidnapped Lyanna, or at the very least he knew whether Lyanna was kidnapped or went with him willingly. Even though we know the result of their union was Jon Snow, the reason why Rhaegar kidnapped her, thus starting a chain of events that killed most of his family and ended their dynasty, is such an integral mystery that it’s going to need to be saved until the very end of the series.
Barristan may well have had those answers. The show could get away with not acknowledging this for a bit, while he hadn’t been in Daenerys’ service for long and wasn’t completely trusted. When Dany realized that Barristan knew her family pretty intimately, and was beginning to ask questions about them—well, that’s when he had to go. Barristan literally died in the same episode he began to tell stories Rhaegar (“Sons of the Harpy,” episode five).
So yes, Barristan would added a great deal to the proceedings, but would have added too much, too soon. My pick would be either Oberyn or Doran Martell, if only so one of them could make the Dorne storyline worth a damn. It would be cool so see Dorne have a major role to play in the great war other than serving as Cersei fodder.
If a good Dorne storyline is off the table, I have to go Stannis, actually. Seeing him somehow bend the knee to Jon Snow and becoming part of the fight against the White Walkers would be really satisfying on a lot of levels, I think. But those are just mine—add and explain yours in the comments. Runnin’ Through My Veins. Sarah M.: Was the Scorpion spear poisoned?
Is Drogon The Dragon going to die? I’m of two minds about this, although both of my reasons why are purely metatextual instead of having anything to do with the logic inside the show.
Because inside the show, Cersei and Qyburn—both of whom really want these dragons dead and already have poison on their minds—should absolutely have poisoned the giant ballista bolt in an attempt to make it lethal even if it only caused a flesh wound. Now, would the poison work on the dragon? Is it powerful enough? Isn’t dragon blood probably hardcore enough to stop it?
The reason I don’t think the spear was poisoned is because the show didn’t tell us it was poisoned. Certainly Game of Thrones has been content to present mysteries to the viewers that don’t get solved until later, but I don’t think the show or the showrunners want to or feel they can waste anymore time on anything that doesn’t hurtle us to the finale. Remember, at the time this mailbag is being published, there are only nine more episodes. There’s no time to be coy. Also, can you imagine how much more tense that battle would have been if we had known the spear was poisoned and Dany didn’t? That would have been very effective.
The reason I think it might be poisoned is because it would take Drogon off the board for a while, which would even the odds between Dany and Cersei, and then for a chunk of the fight with the White Walkers. It’s the Justice League/Superman policy—you have to somehow keep Superman occupied until the very end, because otherwise he’d just beat the bad guy in the first five minutes. My call: Drogon is poisoned, like his namesake. But instead of just wasting away, he uses his final strength to crawl out of his cave and deliver a final, crushing blow to the White Walkers, which proves fatal to both them and the dragon. A sad Dany goes home and discovers a pile of dragon eggs where Drogon had been laying. BOOM. Miles Away.