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When we say Love Makes You Crazy, we're not kidding.

Meet the Spear Counterpart to the Clingy Jealous Girl.

Combining the Deadly Sins of Envy and Wrath, nothing pushes his Berserk Button faster than seeing another guy or girl look at his guy or girl (or, worse, his guy or girl look at another guy or girl).

Yutaro is convinced that he is responsible for Yuki's lack of conscience.

On the fateful night, Yutaro stumbled and Yuki came back to save him - only to get dosed by the gas.

As long as the comedy comes from making the guy look like a fool and not from making his partner suffer, it's okay.

Of course, all bets are off when this trope is mixed with the Boys Love or Ho Yay, which is certainly not all that rare; in fact, the biggest Played for Laughs examples tend to come from this field.

(Usually, it is Hayao Miyazaki who is compared to Walt Disney and the comparison is apt, but it works almost as well with Osamu Tezuka.) The manga M. (started in 1976 by Tezuka) must have shredded the minds of his Japanese fans. Yuki commits crimes, then confesses to Yutaro, not because of any guilt, but because he knows that it torments Yutaro.

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