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By the end, though, he seems to have changed his tune and become much softer towards her.

Naruto: 25 Things That Don't Make Sense About Sasuke and Sakura's Relationship

Eventually, by Boruto, they have married and have a daughter, Sarada Uchiha. Many also question the logic of their pairing.

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After all, they have a lot of history, and not all of it is good. Some were even surprised to see them marry at all. Yet here he is, married to the girl who loved him far longer than he deserved. The idea of it sounds kind of romantic, so why do fans remain skeptical? Sakura grew up bullied and alone.

Her first best friend was Ino, someone who defended her and encouraged her to be stronger. When Sakura discovered that Ino liked the same boy as her, Sasuke, she discarded their friendship and declared them rivals. They didn't need to lose their friendship over a boy. It never made any sense for Sakura to chose Sasuke, who she barely knew, over her best friend.

However, during the Five Kage Summit Arc, she asks to join him. At this point, he's ended lives and done terrible things. Her love for him eclipses her morals and beliefs. Sakura wants to do good and help others, yet she was willing to forgo that for him. That kind of devotion is unhealthy and shows how senseless her feelings for him were.

She was willing to give up who she was to be with him. While it's said Sasuke and Sakura married for love, there was another big reason for him to marry: By the end of Naruto , Sasuke is the last surviving Uchiha clan member. If he wants his family to live on, he has to produce children. Regardless of their marital issues, if this was important to Sasuke, they should have had many children, but they didn't.

It'll be hard for a whole clan to regrow from the shoulders of one daughter - especially if she takes her future husband's name. It's illogical for the couple to have stopped at one child if they wanted to give the Uchiha clan its best chance at revival. Sakura shows affection for the young Uchiha heir from the second she meets him. Sasuke, though, shows little to no interest in her. His first serious interactions with her, when they first became Team 7, involve him calling her annoying. For years, their relationship stays friendly at its best and antagonistic at its worst.

It isn't until after the Fourth Shinobi War that Sasuke shows any interest, and even then, it's minimal. It makes little sense for that to be enough to constitute a marriage. Even though Sasuke and Sakura do marry, they spend little time together. The longest time they are in the same place as a couple is when Sakura follows him on his atonement. After Sarada's birth, Sakura goes back to the village to raise her safely.

Other than than period, approximately a little less than a year, the couple is almost always apart.

It's understandable for Sasuke to be gone on important missions, but it seems ludicrous for him to barely take the time to come home. Strong-willed and determined as she is, Sakura bends a lot of her opinions and goals to fit Sasuke's approval. She only ever started to be kind to Naruto because he disliked her talking badly about him. She also only ever tried to work on her abilities to show him that she was strong. What makes least sense of all is that Sasuke was a terrible, selfish shinobi.

She never should have placed her worth on his approval. Also, she only had long-haired because she thought he'd like it. This is the first and only time he shows any deeper affection towards Sakura. There were a lot of terrible things and painful feelings between them, even if love was there, too. They never got time to deal with these feelings. Sakura just forgave him, and Sasuke just suddenly loved her.

Once Sakura marries Sasuke, a lot of her life is decided for her. Her husband often makes decisions that will harshly effect her without telling her. Also, he leaves her alone with their daughter, Sarada, but expects her to be happy with being a sole caretaker. He refuses to let her come anywhere with him for a very long time. Even if these decisions are meant to protect her, Sasuke stifles his wife's individuality by making them. This behavior hardly makes sense in a marriage. Sasuke is away so often and for so long that Sarada often questions if her parents are really her parents.

First, she questions if Sasuke is her father because of his absence. Later, she questions if Sakura is her mother because of the lack of affection between her and her father. Eventually, she's convinced of her parentage, but it's still a startling issue. Even in unique couplings, children don't often question their parents so whole-heartedly. It becomes a serious point of contention for Sarada. They try so little in their relationship that their own daughter is unsure about it. He's known to insult them, ignore them, and rebuff their advances.

This becomes more extreme, though, when noted that Sasuke has violently attacked both Karin and Sakura. Yet both women still loved him. Their level of devotion is absurd, particularly when it isn't just one women so attached to him. When Sasuke is away, Sakura does struggle with missing him. Unfortunately for her, he's away far more often than he's not. This becomes even more heartbreaking when she reveals that she hangs up pictures of him not just because of her love.

It's so she doesn't forget what he looks like. While depressing, it becomes a new level of sadness when realizing that she spent years obsessing about his looks. His appearance was a huge part of why she first became interested in him. For her not to remember that only clues fans in on how ridiculously long Sasuke stays away from home.

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Sakura is quite devoted to parenthood, while Sasuke isn't. This comes to the extreme that when running into his year-old daughter, he doesn't recognize her. Sakura tries to spend time sharing information about her father without revealing the grueling, traumatic parts of his past to the young Sarada. Sasuke simply says nothing to her about it.

Also, the few times Sasuke does train Sarada, Sakura has no clue and just gets surprised by her daughter's new abilities in action. While 12 years apart takes a toll, Sakura and Sasuke should be nowhere near this disjointed as parents.

They could at least trade pictures and give each other updates. The Uchiha head-poke gesture is an important part of Sasuke's life. After all, it was something dear to him from before he lost his family. EJDiaZ , Jul 23, Jul 23, 8.

Longtime manga reader here. The manga is supposedly going to end in October of this year, which is the most specific news we have ever gotten regarding the manga ending. Support for this claim comes in the form of the upcoming Naruto movie announced today, awkwardly called The Final: Naruto The Movie, which will feature an original story meaning not canon or related to the main story at all, I'll follow up with what that means in a sec of a grown-up Naruto.

So when can anime followers expect an end? If the manga really does end in October , you might see the anime end closer to A few hints have been thrown around leaning towards Hinata in the latest arc, but I wouldn't put too much weight on this. Movies aren't necessary and are not canon, meaning that they are treated as side stories and are never referenced or talked about in the main series; watching them does not add to the plot.

MegaDork , Jul 23, Sep 19, Messages: Oct 19, 9. Shaquibi , Oct 19, Oct 19, When he determined that there was none, he pushed in deeper.