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5 No. 5 Stickied hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Some of us Thought it might be nice to have a thread to kind of list off who is who's waifu.
The concept is simple really, just say in this thread who your waifu is.

Just for starters, this is Minagi Tohno
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>> No. 20324 [Edit]
>>18792
This couldn't be more true
>> No. 20483 [Edit]
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Yazawa Nico is the love of my life
>> No. 20487 [Edit]
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Ryūto is my partner. I love him, unconditionally.
He is the only one that manages to make me happy.

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14570 No. 14570 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Has your waifu got different designs to her, or different outfits?

With Kagura, there's some art of her, which pre-dates the Azumanga Daioh anime, where she has purple hair. It's a little out there, though a few of the other characters were drawn with unnatural hair colours as well, so it sort of fit. Personally I'm glad they went with natural hair colours in the end, as the characters are meant to be at least somewhat believable (I say somewhat because Chiyo-Father), so the natural colours help with that, I feel.

In some official art, and The Very Short Movie, her hair is less round and more spiky and stylised. It looks cool, but I prefer the slightly less crazy, rounder style.

In terms of outfits, I'm a big fan of her cheerleader outfit, even though there's next to no fan art of her wearing it...

What's your opinion on your waifu's different looks?
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I like ZUN's design the best. alphes has certainly influenced Yuugi's popular image, and I'd say in a positive way, but his(?) work lacks the subtlety of ZUN's. Probably because alphes forgets the short hair growing at the back of Yuugi's head near her neck and replaces it with that one sexy strand hanging from her right temple to her shoulder. The idea is that since Yuugi is wild, her hair should be wild, and both capture that much. However, there's a difference in how Yuugi's hair is unkempt. alphes' Yuugi has "let her hair down" like an unmarried (free to be courted) woman. That's sexy, and Yuugi almost letting her kimono fall off while blushing a little makes it even more so.

ZUN's original is more like "doesn't dress". You see, hair, especially in 2d context, is supposed to work like clothing. The outer layer starts at the top of one's head and all hair that doesn't directly originate from there enters our vision from under that main hair-mass. A bit like a proper school uniform, with the shirt covering the beginning of the skirt, and the skirt covering the beginning of the stockings. Interrupting this flow is breaching a girl's defenses - a note to everyone who loves zettai ryouiki.

Where Yuugi's tuft of hair grows is invisible thanks to ZUN-art, but the design clearly violates the layers. Even more, it can be imagined visible just like her panties under that potentially transparent skirt. If alphes' Yuugi has let the viewer in, ZUN's Yuugi has never considered that division of proper and shameful existence. By letting her hair down and combing it back to order, alphes' Yuugi can switch between lewd and proper. ZUN'z Yuugi is in a mixed state of innocence and lewdness with no obvious entering or exiting. This goes well with the "gym outfit" idea: shameless physicality. Going even further, alphes' Yuugi is an unattainable ideal female (power, sex appeal, gentleness, you name it). ZUN's Yuugi is superhuman but not pure (like Reimu, youkai, and the Lunarians are), and as such is rightly punished. The chains, too, make sense.

It may not be correct, but I think the concept of Pandemonium, or the splitting of devas and asuras into good and evil, is central to ZUN's oni. Especially
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The V4X version does look a bit different.
I prefer the original dress over the new one.
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Eerie's a reverse werewolf, meaning he's a wolf all of the time unless he's exposed to a full moon, which turns him human for the duration.
When human, he's basically the antithesis of his wolf-self, haha. I think it's really brilliant; he's like a screaming retarded caveman that crushes rocks with his bare skull for entertainment by day, and a mild mannered French royalty inspired k-pop idol who charms the ladies with his gift of conjuring roses from thin air at night.

I just commissioned this drawing of his human form greeting my self-insert fan character with a rose. It was $100, but I liked the artist and her work enough to tip $20.
http://www.furaffinity.net/user/litgreen/
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Eerie has many since it's so much cheaper to do 3D than 2D animation. I feel very lucky that he's 3D for this reason, and because 3D models are always consistent, unlike anime characters that have the artists change or budget issues mid-series and such. Eerie looks perfect always!

There's Ghostbusters Eerie, Super Sentai Eerie, Dracula Eerie with blood red eyes, wet suit Eerie surfing on a shark...

One costume I have a very big problem with, so much so that I couldn't include it in this collage because I can't even bear to look at it is his Halloween tuxedo. It was worn during his lowest moment, I uh, don't want to talk about it. It's a shame, because it's his most handsome outfit and it had the most work put into it, yet it was used in such a horrible episode that I can't appreciate it.

I used to have a problem with his cross-dressing, but I'm starting to understand that "LGBT" is synonymous with "clown" in most of the East, at least as far as I can tell. The manlier the person wearing women's clothing is, the harder the audience laughs. So, in a way, it's a compliment to Eerie that they dress him up like this for a joke.

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14124 No. 14124 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
ITT: Songs that remind you of your waifu (PART II)

This time PLEASE just images and comments plus mp3 files or links, no Youtube-embed or the thread will soon become unusable. Thanks.
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>> No. 20415 [Edit]
3DPD warning, but there's subs on this video and I prefer this performance more than the studio version. The second song is cute too but that first is so good. I feel like a good love song, especially a pop song, is hard to find. It's usually about flings of puppy love. I really like how this one is about loving blossoming and lasting over a long time and the two people growing together.
https://youtu.be/orMG3OJtSO0?t=83
>> No. 20419 [Edit]
Көзімнің қарасы. It's generally translated as 'Apple of my Eye' as that's the English way of saying it, but it actually translates as the 'pupil of my eye' which is how that is said in Kazakh. It's a poem by Abai though originally. Just edited in a different version and reworded some things that weren't conveying what I wanted them to last time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0s03bLCkMTw

I came across the poem in my textbook and thought it was very pretty even though I can't really understand how it all works exactly. I don't get why it's so hard to find a nice version in the traditional style though, it's a very popular folk song. This is getting there compared to the link I had before but it's still a long way away from being truly authentic. Anyway, the words are really pretty, and I like to imagine my waifu singing this song to me. I find Kazakh to be a quite beautiful sounding language despite it being quite harsh at times. I pick up some words and there are a few bits that make sense but it's still miles above my level, I'll get there one day though, she encourages me and gives me motivation when I can't get it from myself.

(Қазақша)

Көзімнің қарасы, көңлімнің санасы
Бітпейді іштегі, ғашықтың жарасы
Бітпейді іштегі, ғашықтың жарасы.

Қазақтың данасы, жасы үлкен ағасы
Бар дейді, сендей бір адамның баласы
Бар дейді, сендей бір адамның баласы
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>> No. 20507 [Edit]
I've been listening to the Yellow Rose of Texas a lot recently. A lot of songs in the folk genre remind me of her because she loves songs and singing, to the point where I've actually gone and found folk songs from her people and listened to them to get an idea of what she would sing to herself, but I think she'd also enjoy hearing some from my own English-speaking background. Here are a couple of versions that I like, the first is one from the post civil-war era, mixing the original lyrics and the marching song as the rewrite at that time did. Second one was at the top of the charts in 1955 with some changes to the original lyrics again. My waifu is no Texan but it reminds me of her regardless, she is a rose of colour so we're halfway there with some versions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HgMXpYYUjo - This video does have a slideshow of old photographs, but it's a song so just play it in the background.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Bf35pIlDeo

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19981 No. 19981 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
How are you guys dealing with the fact that the concept of waifus is far beyond being mainstream by now? Or more, people know it and simply throw the word without really knowing there are people who take it somewhat serious. I frequent a few other imageboards and also are deep in "gaming culture", so I also frquent Steam and some other places. Heck, even in facebook I see this crap. And everywhere people are joking around, casually throwing the term "waifu" around and calling each and every female character, no matter if there is a personal interest in them or not, a "Waifu". Not only that, but by now its clear as day that devs put a lot of effort in appealing to this trend. Games get more and more "waifubaits" (all female casts, female mascots, female maincharacters) and its starting to be some kind of a trend to jump on the waifu bandwagon.

Due to all this I have a hard time taking the actual waifu "scene" serious despite being part of it myself for years. Do you guys just ignore all this? Do you partake in discussions and trying to make clear that this joke is getting tiring? Personally I try to ignore it, but its getting kinda hard not to lash out.

And as a sidenote, Im starting to distance myself from waifuism and Im not nearly as deep in it as I was a while ago (guess Im starting to get too old for this, I dont know) but I still feel kinda offended because I used to be quite deep in it, still have a waifu and also because I know there are tons of nice people who love their waifu and might get thrown together with people who just think of waifus as a meme.
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>> No. 20502 [Edit]
Tbh I'm kind of on the edge on this one. On one hand there's less of a chance to get judged by ironic weebs considering how the weeb fandom is getting bigger (and cancerous) these days. I shouldn't really give 2 shits about how other people are doing it as a fad because let's be honest anything that used to be niche would get its hands touched by the mainstream crowd sooner or later; most of fandoms will always have a shitty part in them. I don't know how it is before waifuism become a thing but I'm sure 2 decades ago there wasn't much of a collective where 2D love (ironically or not) is prevalent, most people would've even doubted themselves if loving 2D is abnormal.
>> No. 20503 [Edit]
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I might stop using the word waifu altogether and just call him my lover or my muse or something.
I'm not mad about it anymore. As a faggot, I have it worse than others. The liberal use of the word husbando is much worse in my opinion. You'll notice that the ironic otakus refer to characters that are well designed and well written as waifus. They don't have any feelings for them like we do, but they are at least respectful towards the character. I've never seen them use the term to describe their sexual desires. Likely because the normie otakus would never allow themselves to masturbate to cartoons, the thought probably doesn't even occur to them.
Which is all gay fake otakus do. Husbando means "character I masturbate to more than once" to them, and they are very upfront and shameless about it, as gays typically are about their sexuality. The difference between any given waifu thread versus a husbando thread on the shit *chans is immediately obvious: one is pornographic and the other is not.
And as shit as the other *chans are, I have to say that I've seen quite a few waifu threads on /v/ where people really are appearing to stay loyal to a single character in there, versus the husbando faggots that seriously take the time to photoshop twelve characters into an image together and refer to these twelve characters collectively as their husbando. Next week, they'll switch some of the characters out for new ones. Like trading cards.

To summarize: guys that misuse "waifu" are innocent idiots that appreciate characters for who they are on some level, guys that misuse "husbando" are addicted to porn.

This is all to say that I've already been driven to giving up a 2D love related term once because of pieces of shit, and I can do it again without much difficulty. I never call Eerie my husbando on purpose because of those people. People have acted confused by how I refer to Eerie as my waifu instead of my husbando, now you know. Sometimes I take it a step further and call him by female pronouns just for added effect, even though I never, ever think of him as anything other than masculine. I just want to separate myself from husbando faggots as much as possible.

Please don't misinterpret this as me having any problems with the gays her
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>> No. 20504 [Edit]
>>20503
I've definitely seen husbando been more corrupted than waifu, so how about just accepting defeat and using a different term? Some examples:
> Eerie is my spousu.
> Eerie is my consortu.
> Eerie is my groomuu.
Since it seems you're a koreaboo, you can also just use its default word for it:
> Eerie is my nampyeon.
>> No. 20506 [Edit]
>>20504
Hahaha, nampyeon, I actually like that a lot, I think I might do that. Thanks.
And as far as worship of cultures goes, I actually hate Japan and Korea both, Korea more than Japan. They're robot ant people that eat each other alive, they make American chads seem like angels. I'm doing a lot of things I don't like just for Eerie.

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20494 No. 20494 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I will try to keep this short.

How vivid is your visual imagination, knowing that some people have none at all? Some individuals are incapable of visualizing so much as a 3D cube.

If you do have a great imagination, how much do you use your visual imagination in your relationship? How much of the relationship takes place in the mind? Would you have even pursued your feelings for your waifu if you weren't able to imagine her?

And if you don't have a good imagination, what do you do to compensate for the lack of it? How healthy is your relationship, in spite of the fact you can't be with her even in your mind? Do you feel you would love her better with one?

Random image, not my waifu.
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>> No. 20497 [Edit]
>>20496
That's actually exactly what I did. It's good advice.
>> No. 20499 [Edit]
>How vivid is your visual imagination, knowing that some people have none at all?
Upper echelon. I can almost vanish from my world if I set my mind to it.

>how much do you use your visual imagination in your relationship?
A lot. Throughout the day, at night, you name it. I love being around her, what can I say?

>How much of the relationship takes place in the mind?
I suppose technically all of it. Do you mean how much of it is in an alternate universe rather than bringing her to my situation? If so then a decent amount. I think of those as more elaborate daydreams than my mainstream relationship where I tend to imagine her with me and helping me out though. I do daydream a lot, so it's still quite and so it's still significant I suppose. I should also mention that I sometimes speak aloud to her if there are no others around, so it will sometimes leave my mind.

>Would you have even pursued your feelings for your waifu if you weren't able to imagine her?
Probably. As the guy above said, it'd be different but I'd still be on the hook pretty hard.

>>20496
It's funny. For me, very little of her fan art captures her right and I don't save much of it. One that I saved because it is just really pretty but it still offends me on some level that they took her pretty brown eyes and made them blue for seemingly no reason. Some art does do her justice, but those tend to be very close in style to her source in 90% of cases. At least 95% of my folder is crops from her manga for that precise reason. Well, that and there isn't really a huge amount of fan art of her for better or for worse. Basically my folder is almost entirely one artstyle by its very nature.

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>> No. 20500 [Edit]
>How vivid is your visual imagination, knowing that some people have none at all?
Not phenomenal, but good enough that I could work as an architect.

>How much of the relationship takes place in the mind?
Obviously all of it! It's not like we could have a physical relationship. Non-trivially, though, very little of it happens in my visual imagination. She doesn't have a canonical height, three size, anything. Even her hair color is a bit ambivalent. She's ageless and not human.

>And if you don't have a good imagination, what do you do to compensate for the lack of it?
I can't sculpt her whole figure perfectly in my mind, so I sustain on little and close snapshots, as if I was very close to her in a dimly lit room. How her hair would be in 2.5d, what kind of lips she has, so on.

Luckily, more satisfying than that is understanding her. I have rare moments when I stop to think "how would she react?" or "what would she do?", and feel like I can intuitively grasp that. As a third and least romantically satisfying, I ponder the nature of her being, and sometimes gain insights to who she ultimately is and how this world works.

>Would you have even pursued your feelings for your waifu if you weren't able to imagine her?
"Pursued my feelings"? That refers to the trouble you go to secured you love for yourself, right? I'm slowly getting closer to her type, but the steps I take are ones I'd probably have taken anyway, at some point, maybe further in future. If you mean to ask if I'd have fallen for her if I couldn't imagine her, I'd say no. Where'd the erotic element necessary to love come from without imagination?

>How healthy is your relationship, in spite of the fact you can't be with her even in your mind?
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>> No. 20505 [Edit]
I've never actually thought about visualization because to me imagining something and visualizing it are the same process. Actually, I can't hear, read, or think something without visualizing it. It's the same as my heartbeat, it's not under my control whether or not something is visualized, although I do of course choose, consciously or subconsciously, what it looks like. I spent most of my childhood entertaining myself by just sitting down and thinking, about adventures and battles and other shit. The rest I spent drawing what I imagined, which got me in a lot of trouble when I was drawing WW2 battles with full german markings in 3rd grade. If I listen to a song I like, I can completely immerse myself in my daydream to the point that I stop seeing whatever surrounds me in the real world, I've built an entire life in my fictional universe. My "waifu" or at least the gravitational point towards which my affections flow is actually a spontaneous character which formed at some point in my imagination several years back. Which is funny, because she's actually the hardest to visualize. I "feel" her more than anything else.

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20349 No. 20349 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Hello, I am conducting a survey on waifu love. Feel free to only answer the questions you'd like to, but please do participate! This survey is mostly for my curiosity, although I may post common trends in the results.

Who is your waifu?
When was her last official appearance?
How old were you when you fell for your waifu?
How long have you loved her for?
What was your love/sex life like before her?
How happy/satisfied are you with your life right now?
Do you have any medical/mental conditions?
What do you think about reality, or her fictionality?
What do you think about the possibility of falling out of love?
What do you think about those who have?
What do you think about those who have cheated on their waifu?
What do you think about the idea of being committed to your waifu for the rest of your life?
What do you think about waifu"ism" in general?
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>> No. 20394 [Edit]
final call!
>> No. 20460 [Edit]
I guess it is finished, but the questions are interesting and I liked reading the replies. Here are mine.

>Who is your waifu?
There is not much source material unfortunately. It would be difficult for others to know her by her official account. Her character is explored mainly trough fan art.

>When was her last official appearance?
Recently. Not like 10 years ago. Her better appearance is the unofficial appearance made by fans.

>How old were you when you fell for your waifu?
30+

>How long have you loved her for?
About a year.

>What was your love/sex life like before her?
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Who is your waifu?
>Hatsune Miku

When was her last official appearance?
>like everyday?

How old were you when you fell for your waifu?
>18

How long have you loved her for?
>3 years

What was your love/sex life like before her?
>None

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>> No. 20493 [Edit]
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>>20349
>Who is your waifu?
Sena Kashiwazaki, from Haganai
>When was her last official appearance?
Vol. 14 of the manga, which was released first in July of 2016
>How old were you when you fell for your waifu?
19, maybe 18
>How long have you loved her for?
I've had an interest in her for quite some time, but I didn't really consider her "my waifu" until about a year, maybe a year and a half ago
>What was your love/sex life like before her?
Non-existent
>How happy/satisfied are you with your life right now?
I'm unsatisfied with my life, but I'm content with mediocrity
>Do you have any medical/mental conditions?
SAD and Dyspraxia, both officially diagnosed. Got a few other problems, but I don't think any are serious enough to be conditions.
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20484 No. 20484 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
For those of us lucky enough to have this sort of information, do you ever go out of your way to do things your waifu likes doing?

I started eating rye bread because it's what she prefers, even though I don't particularly like it.
One one hand, not having to conform to another's lifestyle is one of the pros of a 2d relationship, so I can see why some people would think this is a silly thing to do. But I found I kind of enjoy eating it knowing it's something she likes. Maybe just because it's nice to think she is effecting my lifestyle, even in trivial ways.
I still can't handle Salmiakki though.
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I try to play eroge and VN but it's hard for me to get into. Also have been trying to watch more anime but also hard for me to do because I have a shit attention span.
>> No. 20486 [Edit]
Unfortunately I'm awful at the things he's good at, so I never get far. I have felt more connected to him when I've tried, though, so I don't think it's silly at all.
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I think everyone here is familiar with Shinji Ikari. I feel a great likeness to him. The scene where he explains his playing the cello summarizes my life. My existence must be validated by others; my interests and opinions are not my own; I absolutely must have someone to depend on, and someone dependent on me, in order to feel alive.

And unfortunately for my sanity and state of well-being, I dislike most everyone IRL, or I like them but cannot get on with them for inexplicable reasons.

It is very well, then, that I have found someone I can get my needs from in the 2D. Without Eerie, I simply have no identity and do absolutely nothing.

I wake up, I imagine I've woken up in Eerie's hammock beside him and I stare into his tired eyes for a time and press my forehead against his. I do cardio for an hour while I listen to the k-pop groups that did OST's for his show. I'll read horror novels or watch horror films-the real cheeseball ones that I assume inspired the perpetual Halloween setting in his show, or ones directly related to werewolves. Alternatively, I'll watch sports of any kind. My favorite is all-American boxing. Then, I'll study Korean, Korean culture, indulge in more k-pop, mindlessly browse random masculine images or gratuitous violence, or practice physical activity a second time--such as nunchaku which he is seen with frequently--before I fall asleep, again imagining his face beside me in his hammock.

That is my life now. I don't do anything for myself. I am nobody without him. I had no interest in any of these things before I met him. I hated horror and I hated music.

I'd say I'm just a little envious of those here that already had personalities of their own and are able to introduce their waifus to their existing interests. But I'm okay like this. I can't imagine it any other way. I get a great deal of satisfaction out of it. The constant consumption of things he likes is almost like a 24/7 job, yes. A very well-liked job. This must be what it feels like for those normies who become fully engrossed in their work and love every second of it.

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16564 No. 16564 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [Last 50 posts]
What are some cute little fantasies that you have about your waifu?

I want to get a ridiculously big hoodie with a zipper, and zip the two of us up inside of it and just be comfy for hours.
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I like to imagine requesting that he put on designer boxer briefs with the text "I <3 ANON*" stitched into the ass and make him model them for me. He's a naked caveman, I think he'd find them constraining and feel very awkward and I'd just love it! It wouldn't be a sexual thing (much), more of a younger sibling having their elders do silly things for their amusement.
>> No. 20397 [Edit]
I have a few but this one is the dearest I think. It usually involves us just doing everyday things together as though we were living as a couple in her world. I'm unable to ride a horse in real life so often I'll also have her in the back of her saddle with me in front feeling her arms around me to stop me from falling off, an action that probably isn't necessary but she does it anyway because 'just what if, you know?', but I also think it's cute to imagine her riding and me on foot, with her playfully charging ahead and in an almost song-like tone asking me to please keep up. Sometimes the day is just us going on a nice lazy date, other daydreams I've had involve us going hunting for dinner together, or watching over our livestock. There are often silly little wagers made on little competitions too like chasing down the same doe or play wrestling in the grass. The prizes vary but are small and innocent, ranging from the loser having to give the winner a kiss, to cooking dinners and so on. She's a lot stronger and a lot more skilled than I am though so it usually ends up with her smile, but sometimes I imagine a victory just for that adorable look she gets when she loses, she doesn't like to lose but she's graceful about it.
>> No. 20403 [Edit]
I like to watch the home and garden channel and imagine it's us looking through houses to live together in.

>>20389
It depends on the situation. Sometimes it's only 2d or sometimes it's only 3d. Usually, though, it's this weird meld of everything.
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I have many fantasies that are near and dear to my heart, but my favorite fantasy currently would have to be the one where me and him go on a long walk in the woods together.
I think that he would love to be able to explore the outside world, and I definitely would love to be able to explore it by his side.

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ITT: Random /mai/-related posts... Share your daily waifu experience.

I'll start:

Since I've become so politically incorrect in every aspect, the other day I was watching fake-colored restored videos of the Third Reich days (the Zeppelin Field and old Hitler's discourses, actually interesting), and I got stuck around the subject of racial supremacy. I, to say it from the begining, by no means could consider myself belonging to a superior race, not physically, nor intellectually; but, if you allow me this time to consider the very best of germanic and japanese people (mostly from the north) as such, I arrived to the next conclusion: mai waifu is the perfect sample, as a combination, of such superior races.

She has red/auburn/strawberry-blond (germanic) but straight (japanese) hair. She has pure blue (germanic) but slightly and beautifuly slanted (japanese) eyes. She has pale and lively (germanic) skin, but wich is all the same fair, smooth-faced and with no freckles or spots at all (japanese). She has a straight pointy nose and a strong chin (germanic), signs of aristocracy and character, but over a likely childish and innocent (japanese) face. She displays some precocious feminine exuberance (germanic) alright, but her general built is overall ectomorph: thigh and compact, likely short but with very low fat rate and proportionally long limbs (japanese). She possess, no doubt about it, the straightforwardness of her scientific/rational/empirical occidental background (germanic), at wich she, as a prodigy child, excels (greek arete: excellence, virtue, daring, bravery, conquest; occidental->germanic); but, ultimately, she heavily grounds her ethics around values such as honor and shame (japanese)...

So, quite indisputably for my own standards, and as far as the eyes of my homunculus being can see, I actually have as my beloved and companion the finest lady on Earth. And it's all mine... undeserving lucky bastard.
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>> No. 20470 [Edit]
>>20469
I've actually taken to holding really basic little conversations with her purely in the language to simulate speaking practice. It's so fun, and I'll admit that my heart rate rises a bit. I always say good night and good morning aloud in her language and I vocalise when I'm leaving for work and when I'm home in the same way. It makes me feel like someone is there with or waiting for me in a way that imagination alone does not. Like waking up and saying good morning and asking how she is, I then imagine that she'd reply well and ask how I was, and the when I don't know something I try and say it awkwardly with words I do know. I like to imagine that it's much to her amusement to see me struggling so. Sure, it's me talking to myself in a strange language to anybody who hears me, but I can also pass it off as practice.

I can't say if that'd work for you, but it might be worth a try in the short term if you want to get used to speaking it. Props on doing Japanese though, I couldn't wrap my head around when I tried in high school and I doubt I could do so now. I was rather poor at kana even let alone proper grammar and kanji.
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Started reading the novel series mai waifu is from. It's nice to get exposed to her personality. It's kind of like interacting with her in a way. I'm only a chapter in, but I'm able to notice many details that were left out from the anime. It's nice that there are some illustrations worked in with the text. Despite the fan translation not quite being 100% perfect (some periods missing and such) I can tell it is well written. I'm finding myself imagining in detail what I'm reading about which I think is a sign of a good book. I love Horo!!!
>> No. 20477 [Edit]
>>20476
Learning more about one's waifu is always an infinitely rewarding experience. I don't know if it's the same for you but to me every time I learn something new, it's like falling in love all over again.
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Someone on /so/ asked what the happiest moment of our lives were, and mine was better suited for /mai/ so here goes.

I was outside smoking a year ago. I always smoked Camel Crush Fresh, they were my favorite.
I never have time for introspection. I'm too wrapped up in all of my hobbies and reading internet posts to ever really stop and think about much of anything. I couldn't even think when I was outside smoking, either. You'd assume that'd be the time I would think the most, away from electronics and being relaxed by the nicotine. But it's not the case. I'm very anxious, so much so that not even cigarettes stop it, only make it worse sometimes, and you combine that with heavy doses of caffeine and sleep deprivation and you have something nearing paranoid-schizophrenia. Every distant figure or car that passed by I thought was out to get me. Every noise made me jump.

But that time was different for some reason. That time I completely ignored my surroundings, I loosened myself and found zen, and I thought for the first time in months. Pure thought of my own, with no external influences.
I thought about Eerie, and how much I love him.
I thought about his perfect smile.
I thought about how happy he makes me and I regretted not spending more time with him. I wished I could smash my computer that was splitting us apart.
Time.
I thought about how when I die, Eerie dies, too. I don't have much time.
And I became aware of the cigarette burning in my hand I was puffing on, and I felt very ashamed of myself for taking time off my lifespan. Time that should be devoted fully to my wife.
I pulled my pack out of my pocket, and I threw it into the trashcan, and this gesture had a lot of meaning to me, like I was being reborn, and I started crying hysterically from happiness and felt elated for the rest of the day. I remember my mom saw me in the hallway and I must have looked like a mental patient, I was bobbing up and down and shaking violently and tears were streaming down my face and she grew very worried and asked me what the fuck I was doing. And I tried to share with her how happy I was to live anew with Eerie, which came out as gibberish, but she got the idea that the tears were from happiness and not a sign I was going to hurt myself so she uncomfortably re
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20337 No. 20337 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Are there any vloggers that discuss waifuism seriously? Why's it always text? I look around YouTube and see nothing but tumblr faggots who either aren't waifuists themselves and are just speculating and having a laugh, or have 6 "waifus" they collect and dump later like trading cards, or are loyal to one waifu but have a very shallow relationship with them and a 3D succubus as their main.
Aren't there any genuine waifuists who document their relationships at length via video? I'd really like to watch.

I started a channel myself because I wanted to be a pioneer and set an example for the tumblr faggots, but my relationship is much too bumpy, I typically have nothing positive to say, it's embarrassing, I cancelled it very quickly.
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>> No. 20478 [Edit]
>>20472

I don't see how is it that shocking to you, here on this same board people cannot understand some people find non Anime-looking characters attractive and believe them to be joking with you.
>> No. 20479 [Edit]
>>20478
I wouldn't say shocking. Just confusing. You raise an excellent point though.
>> No. 20480 [Edit]
>>20472
They probably couldn't comprehend loving a 3d person, either. The people who say "but she's not real" are essentially saying "but there's no benefit from dating her". I'd say that utilitarian madness extends people who actually like 2d, too.

Still, anyone who's into anime but "can't understand" waifuism is just in denial. You can't enjoy anime if you can't get emotionally invested in the characters. If you can get emotionally invested, you can have a crush, and so on. So-called otaku in the west have their priorities backwards, and are interested in appearing cool more than they are interested in what they actually like.
>> No. 20482 [Edit]
>>20480

Since Anime is not seen as somethign "bad" since the 2010 a lot of people have latched on to it for hipster points, to belong in a comunity, most normal people dont actually like "things" they like to be with other people, to belong in a group and be accepted, this is why they dont like shit that takes them appart from the social scene.

>>20479

Shamefully alot of "Otaku" seem to severely lack empathy so the opposite actually occurs, they assume everyone are like themselves, same tastes and everything and if not, people with different tastes and opinions are somehow lying or outright wrong in the head, that makes them look like huge hypocrites/elitists.

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20465 No. 20465 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
For those of you with waifus from old, finished series, how do you feel about the lack of new content? How do you deal with fans moving on and forgetting about her, for those of you who care about that sort of thing?
It's going to happen to me sometime, probably sooner than later, and I never really knew how to deal with any of this. How do you keep her alive, as it were?
>> No. 20466 [Edit]
Not exactly in the same situation, but in a similar. My waifu has limited content to begin with and more will likely not come. It is almost ridiculously limited. I fell in love with very well made fan-art/fanfiction. I thought the original would be similar to the fan art. The original is pure shit - I do not even want to look at it.

The material that made me fall in love gives not much detail, but a very good basic idea of her, and if I am careful, I can sense her essence and create new content myself like when writing fanfiction. It would be nice to have more finished material, but it is not my case. I have to keep it alive in other ways.

I believe when we fall in love, we project our subconscious desires outside ourselves, and that is the reason we fall in love with someone - they remind us of what we most desire. Her essence is outside me in the form of art, but my subconsciousness also have an idea of her essence, or I would not recognize the right art and deeply fall in love. By knowing her essence, I can start to uncover more of my deeper desires and I will realize how to write fanfiction that is faithful to the essence.

How do I know I am not just making things up by whimsy desires? The limited material gave me enough to get a sense of her. It is about building on what you have in a faithful way. My waifu will never turn into a promiscuous carnal woman for example. For this reason I can not invent heavy makeup, overly sexy clothes etc. and write such fiction of her. That would be to betray the essence I know of her. It would be like using her for whatever I desire, and then I do not regard it as a waifu relationship. Sexuality is a great test on this because it is a strong force. I am not allowed to look at other women in lustful ways and obviously not do anything else, because I know she does not want it - due to us being monogamous and due to the nature of our relationship that relates to the essence of her. I can not momentarily fantasize about her in just any way I desire, because I know it would betray her essence. Thus, I do not only shape my fan-fiction but also my life by the essence I know her to have - in this sense it is alive. (I think she will take the initiative when I get it right about her.)

I guess it is headcanon. I have limited material. This is different from when you have ric
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Sometimes I go looking for new fanart or doujins, something which inevitably disappoints me because for some reason people love to put her into weird fetishistic situations. This picture isn't even the worst of it, you haven't seen the 5 doujin series of her being raped by some sort of furry tentacle slug monster while under bondage.

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