>>88687423>One, you're still making up stuff.
I am not.>We don't know how she got her secondary schooling,
We know she was kicked out and had to rely on herself.>wo, assuming a minimum of two years in college (enough to get an associate's degree), though it's probably more like four or above, that's a long time to go without even getting a crush on someone.
I have gone longer than that without one.> You're basically arguing that her attraction towards Robin (whom, again, she's known for less than a month) is stronger than any feelings she felt towards anyone she knew in college, people that she knew for at least a year and possibly for the entirety of the time she was attending.
No, I am saying she is inexperimented with love-life.>Either that, or she just went to school, went to work and went home, and I've known people in school with insane workloads and jobs who still found the time to have a social life.
But they are not the majority.>Also, still no solid proof about her age. Maybe she's a very youthful 37-year-old. It fits into the narrative, doesn't it?
No, actually younger age fit the narrative.
This is what I think is intriguing about Willis hater, or haters in general, they will make a point to take the less fitting interpretation and then complain that the story is poorly constructed. And when an as valid alternative that make things fit is proposed, they demand solid proof and reject it if it is not laid down plainly. They almost demand for it to be spelled out to them.
So, basically, you assume that a story is broken by making your own assumptions, and reject any other interpretation that would make sense of it unless there is written int he stone evidence, just so you can justify being pissed at it.
Picking up the possibility you don't like while rejecting an as valid interpretation that would make sense of things, just so you can be angry, make no sense to me.
For me, as long as there is a valid explanation, then there is no contradiction