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Well, I was all for Yoshimori and Tokine's happiness even when I read the manga for the first time, but now I'm practically fangirling over them. But how can you. The Spit Take trope as used in popular culture. A Reaction Shot to an unexpected event that involves spraying food or, more commonly, drink from a character'. Tokine is taller than Yoshimori as well as two years older than him, with fair skin . The defining moment in Tokine's relationship with Yoshimori occurred when.
Yoshimori says otherwise and Shigemori yells at him, calling him ungrateful. Yoshimori then says how he doesn't care about the Houin mark or how that he's the heir of the Sumimura Clan. As Shigemori tells Shuji to not make breakfast for Yoshimori, he creates a Kekkai around the food. Unknowingly, Shigemori taps his chopsticks on it and a shock comes from the Kekkai, startling him. Yoshimori then says that he is not going to take over the family business as Shigemori yells at his grandson.
Yoshimori sleeps during classes As Yoshimori leaves for school, he meets up with Tokine.
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She comments about his face, he replies that she shouldn't say what she had said and they walk to school together. Tokine tells Yoshimori not to talk to her during the day just because they're onthe same Academy grounds. She yells at him, asking him if he's holding a grudge against her because she won the hunt the previous night.Artist Illustrates Her Long Distance Relationship Struggles And Joys
All he saw was her scar from when she protected him when they were younger. As he stares, she quickly leaves, leaving him behind. Her attempts to make him stop following her failed as she jumped across roofs and he followed close behind.
She tells him that he's creeping her out when he follows her. At school, Yoshimori sleeps during class; he talks to himself in his sleep as well. Hearing him, his teacher, Mr. Kurosuwakes him up by slapping a book against his head. Kurosu scolds him, Yoshimori falls asleep again. Tokine solving a question perfectly As he continues to sleep, his friend, Tomonori Ichigayasays that Yoshimori's sleep talking is very creepy.
He is also known for his diminutive stature, although this is mostly seen when compared with Tokine, who, it must be noted, is two years his senior.
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He has black spiky hair and brown eyes. Personality Tokine walking a crying Yoshimori home As a child, Yoshimori was distinguished by his weakness of spirit: His closest friend was Tokine, who often helped him when he was in trouble, despite the fact that their grandparents disapproved of them being friends. He would often spend time playing soccer instead of training.
Constantly throughout the series, Yoshimori clashes with his grandfather, both because they are equally strong-willed and stubborn, and over Shigemori's clear loathing of the Yukimura family. Over time, Yoshimori's feelings toward Tokine develop into a rather obvious crush.
This is most evident in the extreme lengths he goes to in order to prevent Tokine from coming to any further harm. Yoshimori immediately rejects any strategy that clearly places Tokine in harm's way,  often goes out of his way to protect her whether his help is actually wanted or not and apologizes profusely any time Tokine is hurt, physically or emotionally, through his own actions. He's called out on this by both Tokine and Madaraowith the former saying he'll need extra lives if he keeps it up.
At first glance, Yoshimori is not especially close to either of his brothers.
He does not seem to understand Toshimori, who, unlike him, is studious, serious, and well mannered. Likewise, Masamori and Yoshimori each envy the other's position in the family, and most of their conversations tend to be either tense lectures from Masamori, or jokes at Yoshimori's expense.
Despite their disagreements, Yoshimori is never actually seen fighting with Toshimori, and part of him still admires Masamori and wants to be a strong Kekkaishi like he is though by following his own separate path. In addition, Yoshimori has strong bonds with his parents.
Raised largely by his father, who is always encouraging and kindhearted, Yoshimori seems to have inherited his father's compassionate heart. At the same time, Yoshimori has an almost desperate love for his mother, who is absent for much of his life, and he reacts furiously in her defense if she is ever insulted. Yoshimori is typically tired and irritable during the daytime because his nights are devoted to his work as a Kekkaishi. This is juxtaposed with his pleasure in making others happy, as seen with his love for baking sweets, and, most notably, candy castles.
His favorite drink is coffee milk, which is also enjoyed by most of his friends at school. He is often called too considerate or "soft" by Tokine and Genespecially when contrasted with Tokine's own often ruthless nature toward dealing with Ayakashi and even human ghosts.
Yoshimori initially has two personal dreams: As he begins to question and learn more of Karasumori's mysterious origin, Yoshimori decides that he will seal the power of Karasumori forever, thus ending the constant threat of Ayakashi attack, and freeing both his family and Tokine's from their never-ending duty of protecting the site.
After the power of Karasumori is sealed, Yoshimori decides to combine his love of art   with an old dream, and become an architect so that he can build a home for himself and Tokine.
Because the Houinthe mark of the Legitimate Successor, appeared on his hand after his birth, he was predestined to lead the Sumimura clan as the 22nd Clan Head. In addition, he was also expected to become a Kekkaishi, the traditional protector of the sacred land of Karasumori. However, these were duties that young Yoshimori never asked for or wanted for himself.
There were no such problems with Toshimori, the youngest brother, who generally got along with his entire family.
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- Yoshimori and Tokine
- Yoshimori Sumimura
The boys grew up largely in the care of their father, as their mother spent much of her time traveling the world, returning home infrequently but never staying for long. Yoshimori was always ordered by his grandfather Shigemori the 21st Clan Head to avoid contact with their neighbors, the Yukimura Familya rival Kekkaishi clan that the Sumimuras had been feuding with for over years.
It can be Truth in Televisionas many people can attest, though in real life laughter is more likely than shock to induce such a reaction. The non-eating version is generally a "pfft". Why surprising news or the punchline of a joke is so often delivered when a character has a full mouth can only be ascribed to Rule of Funny. A common Lampshade Hanging for this trope is when a character pauses to take a drink just so he has something to spit out in reaction.
Not to be confused with Spit Shake. Compare Spraying Drink from Nosewhich is usually caused by laughter instead of surprise. Unrelated to Spit Shine. An earlier Australian car ad had a car drop out of the sky and land safely in the front yard just as a bloke raised a can of beer to his lips.
A web banner ad for the game Rift shows a panda spitting out some soda after hearing the game is free-to-play. In a late 90s Jack in the Box ad for their Ultimate Cheeseburger, a marketer presents the new burger to a focus group of men.
The guys tell her it sounds great, but it would be even better if they got rid of the bun. The marketer spits out her coffee when she hears this, and Jack watching from the adjacent room spits out his coffee too. In a Burger King commercial for Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends toys, a little girl tells Bloo, who is drinking a glass of milk, that her older brother doesn't believe in imaginary friends.
Bloo spits his milk out on the girl's older brother upon hearing this, and he says, "Okay, I believe! In a Geico ad featuring some gossiping meerkats in an office setting, one of the small creatures does a small-scale version by the water cooler when informed that Craig and Sheila broke up.
Happens in the third episode of the anime. A little girl's mother treats Keiichi and Belldandy to lunch at a fast-food joint to thank Keiichi for helping the little girl out in the first episode, when she says, "Hey, mister, is that pretty lady your wife?
Then Belldandy in a beautiful, elaborate goddess outfit, no less replies with, "No, I am not Mister Keiichi's wife, I am actually—" Cue another spit-take from Keiichi. Belldandy is a goddess for whom Keiichi wished to stay with forever, and to maintain her power, she is forbidden from lying.
Prussia does this when he finds out that Germany is not drinking beer as part of his new diet. Iceland also does this when Denmark tells him that cows are flying through the sky during the April Fool's event. He also gets one early on in the story when Takagi mentions his desire to go meet with an editor. Mashiro then explains that in order to do so, they'll need to bring a work to submit. Takagi himself also does this the first time Miyoshi talks about them getting married, in Volume 2.
Ichigo when Yoruchi says she's coming into the hot spring with him.
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Rukia does one in an early episode when asked about her relationship with Ichigo. Yumichika has a moment or so in the manga and anime from his laughing fit. Princess Lurichiyo does one when Ichigo appears in front of her while she's at a tea party.
Ichigo, Renji and Kon when they saw Kirio Hikifune's slender form, which is revealed after cooking. In the anime version of Chrono CrusadeSister Kate makes the mistake of taking a sip of tea just before Azmaria declares she wants to be just like Rosette.
Tomoya does one in CLANNAD after Nagisa, who by this point has spent about twenty episodes trying to re-establish her school's theater club, admits that she's never so much as seen an actual play. Better yet, he spits it right into the face of her father.
Jet spits out his coffee when Ed asks the girl point-blank if she's his lover. Dragon Ball Z has Gohan training with Videl and Goten; during a break they are shown eating some rice. ChiChi then asks when Gohan was planning to marry Videl, which prompts Gohan to spit rice across the table and all over Goten.
Goten doesn't even blink, and cheerfully asks if this means Videl's going to be his sister. Natsu and Happy both do particularly epic ones when Gajeel is about to sing on stage.
Makarov does one at the end of episode 10 of the anime when he learns one of the S-class mission posters has been taken. Made even funnier with him taking a sip while being told that, then several seconds pass and when he takes another sip, it's then when he performs a spit take. Almost as if he knew it'd happen. In the opening episode, Nanami brings Fujisawa dinner and tea, which the latter happily chows down.
It's only then that Nanami brings up the matter of the bill. Fujisawa spits out the tea.