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Hmm. What is this from? She's in her PJ's, and it looks a little creepy...
Is it not normal to visit the park wearing PJ's?
But honestly I hope it's from something creepy, I love creepy things!
ZyberUnderscore said:
Is it not normal to visit the park wearing PJ's?
But honestly I hope it's from something creepy, I love creepy things!
She's not from anything creepy. She's a NEET detective. And it's actually stranger to see her outside at all rather than outside in her pajamas.
Agos said:
She's not from anything creepy. She's a NEET detective. And it's actually stranger to see her outside at all rather than outside in her pajamas.
I don't remember this scene from the anime, but while Yuuko considered herself a NEET, she had no problems going out, interacting with people and was generally properly dressed as compared to "Welcome to the N-H-K" where the NEETs were seriously dysfunctional.
Kiho said:
I don't remember this scene from the anime
The parent image of this is a cropped version of the cover art for the 4th light novel. I'm pretty sure this one is just shionji_yuuko cut out of that and relocated to a new background.

Kiho said:
...while Yuuko considered herself a NEET, she had no problems going out, interacting with people and was generally properly dressed as compared to "Welcome to the N-H-K" where the NEETs were seriously dysfunctional.
NEET and hikikomori are two separate concepts, though many hikikomoris are NEETs and vice versa. NEET is an acronym for "not in education, employment, or training", and doesn't directly imply any avoidance of social interaction and interpersonal relationships in general; whereas hikikomori is specifically that latter reclusiveness, which usually results in the circumstances which qualify somebody as a NEET, but does not by itself make them one.
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