@Ecstasy well, !!![ well i didnt mean the children beeing abandonded by ther parents, but abandondded by themselves, you know? like,giving up on lives.
yup,true that. its also interestig to note that the tower in hich the form of her father, which took her freedom in her mind, changed to that tower, which obviously has quite the phallic shape too; might be a hint at her sex-addiction when she a grownup, caused by the trauma of her childhood and the wnting to beeing needed an dloved, and that sex would be the only way to show that. the tower in this way is a way to show that even she got free of the oppression of her father, the aftereffets remain. agin one of thsoe places in the story that indicate so much beeing metaphysical, including the entire building her father made~
hm i guess so too, i couldnt think of any other meaning for the "new" tool at leats. except if he had one of thse operations to make your dick bigger xD but then again, that wouldnt make much sense as these operations simply remove a certain muscle to make it look bigger when its not erect, they dont atcually change anyythign about the size.
i think the boxes were one of the few metaphors that were actually explained in the series itself by satoshi, that they are the prison of our selfconscience, in which we imprson ourselves, and limit ourselves--those two were maybe together there because they didnt have anyone else and you canot survie alone, psychically, youll break on the loneliness; "starve for sympathy" like they starved for food there. they were saved because they foudn to each other, expanding their inner worlds like that; satoshi himself, however, was never able to do that, because he was different from everyone else, and the only one who was liek him too, ringo#s siter, rejected him; thats why he broke on loneliness, the fate tht himari and her brothers almost suffered but barely avoided. ]