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Jun 20, 2024
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Okay, so like, imagine this: there's this guy, right? And he's REALLY into his doll, Saaya. Like, REALLY into her. He thinks she's his angel and everything. It's kinda like when you have a favorite stuffed animal, but way, WAY creepier.

So this guy, he's not doing so hot at his job selling healthy food. It's like trying to sell vegetables at a candy store - no one wants what he's got! Anyway, he's all bummed out, but then - BAM! He sees a girl who looks EXACTLY like his doll. Talk about a coincidence! Or maybe it's fate? Or maybe he's just a *little* obsessed...

He tricks her into coming back to his place, and it all goes downhill from there. He keeps calling her Saaya, even though she's like, "Uh, my name is Mariko." It's like he can't even see she's a real person! He's stuck in his own little world with his doll fantasy.

And the clothes! Don't even get me started on the clothes. He makes her wear this dress that's basically a replica of the doll's outfit. It's like he's trying to force her into the role of his toy.

Things get, uh, *physical* (my mom says I'm too young to hear about this part). Let's just say there are lots of fluids, and not the kind you drink. He even tries to stick the doll inside the girl - yuck! It's like he wants to merge them into one creepy being!

But here's the ironic twist: the girl doesn't just take it! In a weird turn of events, she gets possessed by the actual doll's spirit (I know, right?)! It's like the doll was taking revenge for all the gross stuff he did.

Suddenly, she's not so helpless anymore. She's powerful, and she's PISSED! The tables have turned, and now he's the one who's scared. It's kind of like the story of Pinocchio, but instead of becoming a real boy, the doll becomes a vengeful spirit!

The episode ends with her leaving him trapped and helpless. I guess the moral of the story is: don't be a creep to your dolls, kids! You never know when they might come to life and get you back!