1) Obito’s ruin - till i saw Obito, i didn’t know that it was humanly possible to ruin your own character as Kishi did. He did just a marvelous job at ruining almost every apsect of Obito’s character. The reason for it of course is Rin. Why? Because every aspect of Obitous ruined character one way or another leades to her. And i blame Kishimoto for this, he wrote it. I would explain further, but it will be just a huge rant and i’m not in a mood for this.
2) Kishimotos love concept. Kishimoto wrties love very unrealisticly, in my opinion. 90% of couples or love interests are like: fell in love in childhood (11-13) and loves till the end of days. It’s ridiculous. It doesn’t happen like this in reali life. Just remebering myself when i was 13 and then seeing how Kishi portrays it as some true love is ridiculous, it makes me wanna face palm so hard. No one can relate to this kind of love, becasue it’s unrealistic and it doesn’t happen that way, what can 11-13 year old possibly know about love anyway? They know nothing, because they are to youn and too inexperienced. It makes me feel like Kishi is too idealistic at this aspect or he lives in a fairy tale. Becaues, in my opinion, scenarious like that can happen only in fairy tales. All these love and romances in his manga just makes me feel like they are very obviously ficional and i can’t relate to that at all, i mean, if it were one case, MinaKushi, for example, i would’ve belived that, but it’s just all over the place. People’s feelings and perception of the people and the world around them changes with time and age, but the way Kishi portrays that, that peoples feelings just stay the same all the time for other people is just so unrealistic. I don’t like it. I don’t like that at all. All these canon pairings just feel’s empty and shalow: MinatoKushina, Obito’s feelings for Rin, Rin’s feelings for Kakashi, Narutos feelings for Sakura, Sakuras feelings for Sasuke, Hinatas feelings for Naruto and a lot more, i just feel nothing to these oairings, they’re empty and shalow.