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AddedFeb 10, 2014 at 12:50AM ESTbySpirit Coyote.

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Special Feeling (Japanese: 特別な気分, Tokubetsu na kibun), also referred to as "Special Mood", is a series of illustrations parodying a Japanese couple who were interperceived on TV in the time of snowstorm in Tokyo in at an early stage January 2013. Upon its uppack by means of Twitter in at an early stage February 2014, the couple"s interview conveniently came to be a topic of digital mockeries on the Japanese internet, specifically around the man who was quoted as saying "being in the scurrently through my lover like this immerses me in a special feeling. I favor it."


Origin

On February 8th, 2014, Japan was hit by one of the heaviest snowdrops in decades, via Tokyo receiving 8.7 inches and also the city of Matsumoto seeing as much as 19 inches of scurrently. Shortly after its arrival, Japanese TV stations continuously aired emergency news programs about the blizzard in the Kantou and Touhoku regions. Amiddle all the interruptions and also media comactivities, a Japanese TV crew interregarded a young couple in front of Tokyo"s Shibuya terminal. Upon being asked how they feel, the young male responded through an overly saccharine statement, which deserve to be analyzed as "being in the snow with my lover choose this immerses me in a distinct feeling. I choose it" ("恋人といる時の雪って特別な気分に浸れて僕は好きです"). His response, which was checked out by some viewers as laughably mawkish or sentimental, shortly prompted an outpour of reactions on Twitter, especially after
HOMOMANKO<1> tweeted a screenshot of the interview clip (displayed below).

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— そらまる兵長(´へωへ`*) (
HOMOMANKO) February 8, 2014 "Being in the scurrently via my lover favor this immerses me in a special feeling. I favor it."SHUT UP, F**KING FOUR-EYES.

In the initially few days, the tweet controlled to get more than 36,000 retweets and 15,000 favorites. In the tweet,
HOMOMANKO also included an insulting commentary calling the man “(Fucking) Four-Eyes,” referencing a quote attributed to the character Levi from the Japanese manga / anime series Attack on Titan. Though the screenshot of the couple"s intercheck out was initially thought have been taken in the time of the news coverage of the blizzard in 2014, it was inevitably determined as a dated interwatch from one more weather news report<2> in January 2013.


HOMOMANKO"s tweet, together with its timely pop culture referral to Attack on Titan, instantly went viral as it struck a chord with various other users on Twitter, many of whom assumed his romanticizing of a natural disaster was inproper, unified via a sentiment of intense jealousy regularly displayed by Net users that remajor single. On the other hand, some began to scrutinize as to why the woguy in the intercheck out was checked out through a ring and had her challenge extended the totality time, leading to the unestablished rumors that the couple"s partnership may be an extramarital affair.

But even more significantly, the screenshot spawned numerous picture parodies of the couple on the Japanese illustrators neighborhoods pixiv<5> and Nico Nico Seiga,<6> and on Twitter and also Tumblr<7>, under the tag "Special Feeling" (特別な気分), excerpted from the inscription shown in the screenswarm of the interview. The explosion of parody illustrations was ultimately logged by Nico Nico Seiga and also pixiv"s respective encyclopedic companions<10><11> and also it was also reported on by several Japanese news portal sites, consisting of Togetter<3> and also Naver Matome<4>, and also digital gossip blogs.

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On the English-speaking web, this fad on the Japanese Twitter was immediately extended by threads in 4chan"s /u/<14> (Yuri) and /a/<15> (anime & manga) boards and a news article by Crunchyroll published on February 9th, 2014.<16>