>For what it's worth I will say it is still not always easy to be in love my waifu, even after my claims of coming to terms with it,
>I laugh hard as fuck when people act like as though we're taking the easy way out by rejecting 3D and seeking the fictional.
Okay I know that falling in love with 2D isn't a choice as much as falling in love with any 3D is but if you think we have it harder than 3D lovers you better think again
>Nothing about this has been easy. Nothing.
You don't have to plan your schedule around someone else's. You don't have to sacrifice your time for someone else. You don't have to meet her friends even if you don't want to. You don't have to go out of your way for her when you are straight up tired. You just go home alone, sit down in the computer chair, and do whatever the fuck you want because she isn't here. Save up for gifts for her (no, not just the $10-$20 box of chocolates you get on Valentine's Day and then eat yourself), be around her family, fuck I could go on for days with how much more you have to do in a 3D relationship compared to a 2D one.
>Plots, miscellaneous dialogue and the before and afters of our source materials being left up to interpretation, coping with the death of our characters, having to construct all sorts of work arounds and fanfictions to rationalize things, producers being unwilling to communicate with us in any way to clarify things, the constant search for fanart and the unfaithfuls and phonies who claim to love alongside us.
All of these things relate to the fact that she does not exist in this world, which is the most painful thing of all. It hurts not being able to hold her, to meet her family, to get her nice gifts or surprise her, to embrace her, to plan for her, to get into a fight with her and make up after, it hurts so much that I am unable to do those things. I want to die as a matter of fact.
>Why, I believe our love is easily more difficult and less rewarding than any old normie. Dating a meth addict that ste
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