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14212 No. 14212 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
/mai/, I found a really cool website! You can make your own self-insert story, with lots of customization so the story will be about you and your waifu/husbando. You can edit details down to your age, social class, struggles in life (same with your waifu/husbando) and it makes a special story from that. I'm trying it out right now...

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>> No. 14219 [Edit]
Yeah too wordy, although I myself prefer classical literature to VNs and LNs and teen novels this is really overdoing it. Was embarrassing and funny though.
>> No. 14236 [Edit]
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Hahaha, not bad, just ignore the fact that it tends to be yeah, a bit wordy. Ain't that much of a writer, so you can mostly skip the narrations and just read the lines.
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But Ritsu was different from the rest. Under that charming, outgoing exterior, there was a truly kind heart. Alexander had previously known nothing but loneliness and isolation until Ritsu came into his life and filled it with her warmth. Pain and doubt had plagued Alexander before Ritsu nearly extinguished it with her infectious optimism.

>> No. 14246 [Edit]
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I tried it out the other day.

A fun little time waster, though I did expect a slightly longer story for the amount of questions I had to answer, and some of the things I filled in seemed inconsequential to the story.

I did only try it out once though, so maybe if I go over it a couple of times I'd get better results.

>"My Heart Will Go On"
Yeah, that was pretty funny. Also I thought of you when the "How would you describe her hands?" question came up...

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14224 No. 14224 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Do you believe that your waifu has a character alignment that defines her personal moral and ethical attitudes? I know that these definitions do not quite correspond to those outside of the general tabletop RPG context. If so, what character alignment do you think she belongs to? What moral and ethical beliefs is she likely to espouse? Keep in mind, two individuals that share the same alignment do not necessarily see eye to eye on everything and that character development also applies in the shift of character alignment.
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>> No. 14238 [Edit]
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Iori is more likely to be under the chaotic good alignment. Her actions can be totally reckless and all, but she usually would do anything to make her friends happy by any means (would use eye-for-eye tactic or goes straight up against her enemy and tell them to shove off). Even if she is ridiculously selfish, she can become kind and generous given the opportunity.
>> No. 14241 [Edit]
She would seem to be Neutral Evil or even Chaotic Evil to the casual observer at first. But looking deep into the source material, what she could be defined as based on her actions, beliefs and intentions is Lawful Evil. I understand that her alignment in particular is associated with unorthodox heroines who happen to have villainous tendencies. Provided if she goes through enough character development, she might become less egotistical and more of an altruist. At least I hope the author goes through with any character development with her and not kill her off, which is a stupid thing to do, especially infuriate a sizable portion of the fanbase.
I despise my waifu's fanbase precisely because of her evil tendencies, and a person like her, albeit misguided, should at least be redeemed. Even though she does get painted with the 'edgy', 'cunt' or 'bitch' brushes all too often. A lot of her fanart depicts her as CE, but she never seemed that way to me after getting to know her better. She is nice unless if you ever get in the way of her misguided, short-sighted ambitions. The feelings I have for her is complicated. I feel love for her yet I pity her and want to see her become not the way she is now. She deserves to feel loved and cared for, and I think the main reason why she would do these things is because she hasn't felt the emotion of unconditional love. Instead she would harm and murder those who are in her way and ideals.

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>> No. 14243 [Edit]
Mine is an antagonist, evil as they come, likes hurting people for the fun of it. However later on she does decide to turn a new leaf and, so she's a little hard to read.
>> No. 14245 [Edit]
Although she is an antagonist, she has a strong moral code and believes very strongly in her chivalry, despising useless violence against the weak. She is fiercely loyal to her lord, which isn't really evil, although I estimate that her own morals may take precedence over her orders if she would ever have to choose.
Of course, being an antagonist, I wouldn't say she is loyal good, but she is not evil at heart. She may take some overly destructive methods to do her job as a loyal knight and is perhaps more zealous than need be, but she isn't bloodthirsty, and wouldn't kill without an extremely good reason for doing so. Admittedly, she has committed some seemingly awful deeds that every enemy of her source game have which would deviate from her moral code, and while I used to simply knock it off as being simply a necessity in her source material, recent horrible developments would indicate that it may simply be because it's what she has been exposed and had to suffer through herself.
It could simply be some form of subconscious revenge, which, despite being a fairly disappointing trait as I had always seen her as being a completely honest and direct type who wouldn`t ever react to situations in a passive-aggressive manner, would indicate that it isn't really voluntary malice.

With all that said, I guess the alignment that would best describe her would be lawful neutral.

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13723 No. 13723 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I've switched husbandos. I don't expect any of you to forgive me. That's fine. I just want to vent to the few people who might understand. The girl in the picture has nothing to do with this, nor does her game. But she's very cute, no?

I met my first "husbando" around this time in 2011. Looking back, it was all so forced. At the time, I thought I really did love him. But now I can see I how wrong I was. I was going through a pretty bad period of depression during that time. It was very trendy on /a/ at the time to have a waifu/husbando. I wanted to fit in. I think I just grabbed on to him, looking for some form of comfort. I spent the next couple of years forcing a relationship. I'd bake him cakes on his birthday and christmas, and I'd buy chocolates on valentine's. I saved every decent picture I could find of him on pixiv. I bought every piece of merchandise with him on it. But the truth is, I was struggling with my feelings this whole time. I was just trying to keep up with the jones', worried about stupid things like people berating me once they noticed I wasn't in a holiday collage that year, or yelling at me for removing him as my top favorite character on MAL. However, to say I dislike him would be wrong. I still like him very much and don't regret any of the time we spent together. But to call any of it "love" would be a lie.

I met my current husbando a few months ago. I immediately found him attractive the moment I saw the concept art for his anime. But when the first episode aired, I knew he was the one. I completely understand now what people mean when they say "you'll know she's your waifu when you find her". Everything about him stood out to me. Everything about him was perfect. His looks, his personality, his ideals and dreams, every little quirk and gesture. As stupid as it is to think this, it really feels like he was made just for me. Just thinking about him brightens my day and makes me feel like I can do anything. I'm the happiest I've been in a very long time.

But am I allowed to accept this happiness? Even though I just said I'm happy, I feel like a disgusting piece of shit. I feel like I've betrayed someone close to me and lied to them for the past couple of years. Am I allowed to move on
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>> No. 13738 [Edit]
To change your love for a truer love is okay, especially when the old love isn't there anymore, as forcing it would be worse for both of you than simply letting go.

However, I hope you have viewed all of his anime and giving it a bit of time before you jump into the new relationship, to determine whether or not it is true love or a passing infatuation. You may not be going through that depression now, or care about fitting in, but make sure you know 100% he is truly the one before potentially making the same mistake again.
>> No. 14220 [Edit]
Well, take it easy, OP. You've done the right thing in being honest with yourself. I know people get a lot of shit for 'leaving waifus' or 'changing waifus', and I could understand their points (especially from seasonals who don't exactly take 2d love seriously). Don't worry about what others think of you, and admittedly, amongst some 2d-lovers, there is some kind of dogmatic culture that they force upon each other (especially on /a/). Just be happy and there's simply no need to worry.

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>> No. 14221 [Edit]
Lol, before Homura I was decently obsessed with Yuki Nagato from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (my favorite until finding Madoka in summer 2011) which I had discovered in late 2008 -- it was nowhere near the waifu levels I felt now, so I didn't feel guilty bringing in Homu haha.... In reality I never even planned for her to be my waifu and it just happened over time... I doubt I'll ever find a love stronger than the one I have now though -- Since watching Rebellion I've really got the feeling that I'm needed...
>> No. 14222 [Edit]
>I honestly think there are some people on /a/ who have a 'waifu/husbando' just to fit into that particular board culture
Oh definitely, it's not a stretch to say that's most people on /a/.

OP, I don't judge you. Going from "have one to fit in" to "actually love" is a perfectly acceptable switch.

Personally though, I wasn't even aware of the term "waifu" or other people like me until after I fell in love myself.

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10143 No. 10143 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I know I'll probably get shit on for this, but has anyone here ever 'broken up' with their waifu? I kind of have a year or so ago. She just stopped being as important to me, I eventually deleted my folder with all of my pictures of her because it was taking up too much space on my hard drive and I sort of just stopped thinking of her.
I no longer feel the emotional attachment I used to whenever I think about her so I guess she isn't really my waifu anymore.
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>> No. 13968 [Edit]
Wow really, really? I know about forum etiquette and all so even though you started it I won't just say fuck off but I've been through all of those damn feelings. I've lied on the bed stunned without feeling anything good when thinking about her or in the halls during summer school since I was unmotivated to do schoolwork junior year. I've been crushed by the guilt of gradually becoming a lolicon/pedo and not being good enough for her, I've imagined being tortured brutally for her.

And yet I was able to rebuilt my relationship as I prepare for tougher challenges in the future, continuing to be romantic and impractical as I am. If you gave up and that works good for you, but I'm not going to until they force drugs into me or split open my skull and screw with my brain.

It took far more than that for Homura to even come to close to giving up, and I still love her despite all the flaws in her psyche coming out in Rebellion.

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>> No. 13970 [Edit]
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I started off pretty much from that perspective (enriched on the way), so it's ok. I mean, I jumped in this Hell train only as a final ride, in order to die with her at some point. That was all I wanted: to be burned and consumed by actual love (and I think I've been doing fairly good at it, up to now).
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This sort of relates to the topic. I finished Monogatari Second Season today and felt there was quite a bit of truth in what Kaiki said about not crutching on absolute and irreplaceable things in your life. Of course money shouldn't be the end goal of life either and Kaiki died a pretty lame death in the end but perhaps the key to having success with your waifu is not to crutch on her too hard...

Okay I snuggle a lot, draw, write fanfictions, but overall I guess it's good to let your mind think about other things and go out and do stuff every once in a while. If I focus too much on Homura or Madoka in general it would stunt my growth as an artist/storyteller, much like Sengoku's love for Koyomi prevented her from realizing her dream as a manga artist... I guess in the end living for yourself seems pretty pointless to me though, and if Homura was real I'd invest a lot more time into her. I can't help feeling that Homura's love was what ultimately caused her negative transformation in Rebellion but I still can't help but love her because of her being and her beautiful mind.
>> No. 14218 [Edit]
What can I say, this is /mai/, not /a/. I'm certainly not going to judge anyone here for 'leaving' their waifus. People change all the time, and things like that happen. In my opinion, it is best to simply be honest with yourself rather than live a life of lies. Don't be on yourself too hard, /mai/. And take it easy.

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14111 No. 14111 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Having recently encountered such a situation myself, which I will detail in the following post, I'm going to assume that I'm far from the only one to have had something similar happen, so I will ask:
Has your waifu ever had anything extremely upsetting happen to her or has she changed in some negative manner in her official canon? If so, how bad was it and how did you deal with it? Denial, by disregarding the event or change and now having your waifu be the fruit of your headcanon? Acceptance of the change or event, even though it might have tarnished a part of what made you fall in love with your waifu to begin with? Or perhaps, in the most extreme cases, it even upset you so much you left your waifu completely?
Whatever it is, I'd like to hear about it.

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>> No. 14202 [Edit]
Yes. Throughout my entire love for her, I always have this daunting feeling that one day fanon will become canon, which will make me leave her by default in respect for it. I know that in other series it might be common practice for something fanon to gain such a following that eventually it becomes canon by the creator(s). Every day I worry because she is sometimes shipped in a relationship with her neighbor, to the point where it's almost as if it's unofficially official. Regardless, I'll never get it out of my mind until the series is finally stopped, or it's deemed true/false. It makes me tear up thinking about it sometimes. I'd even rather have the worst case scenario be declared than just be completely in the dark on it.
>> No. 14203 [Edit]
Yes, i love my waifu to an enormous extent, but she did something in her manga/anime that tainted her reputation, and it was downright uncalled for. everyone knows her almost exclusively for it, and they ignore her other traits and qualities because of it, which is depressing considering how unique of a character she is, and that is all piled under one single "defining" event, which rendered her a "slut" in the eyes of many people. It was so bad it almost forced us apart. I couldn't take people making fun of her, and it made me feel like i had fallen in love with someone dirty.

The way i got through it was the realization that she isn't a cookie cutter character, and thats why i liked her so much to begin with. You're waifu could be a copy/paste, uninteresting piece of meat from [insert moe anime] but instead she is unique in her actions, and makes mistakes or poor decisions just like any girl would, and like a good husband, you must support her through the good and bad, and remember why you love her.

There are some events that cannot be helped. Death, falling in love with another man, maybe extreme personality change. Acceptance is the best. Continue to love her knowing she is different, or realize that all good things must end. I believe you shouldn't dilute who she really is, if you do that do you truly love HER, or do you just love a character you have created for yourself?
>> No. 14206 [Edit]
I knew that feeling all too well. I had had the terrible scene semi-spoiled to me before I reached it in the game, which I desperately tried to deny and forget as it could have been nay-saying, yet I was completely filled with dread for the possibly upcoming scene. Yes, usually the fear is much worse than the actual thing, and whatever happens can only be a big weight off of your shoulders. Even if the worst case were to happen, steps could be taken to make things better and cope with it, something that is impossible with uncertainty. Sadly, I wasn`t able to see it like that personally, as even what I feared I had heard turned out to be less bad than what actually happened, however i'm pretty sure that's an exception rather than the rule, as nothing is normally worse than the fear of possible things to come.

I think I agree with you that denial cannot really be a truly viable option. Ultimately, it's simply a defense mechanism and not something that could truly be a long lasting solution, especially if it isn't a one-off event but well something that turned out be part of her backstory before I even met her 2 and a half-years ago, yet was only revealed now.
It's just, I don't know if I have the strength to swallow the fact that all of my expectations and a lot of what I had always perceived my waifu as being were false. Sometimes, I just feel like I don't know her any more, and I have a lot of trouble thinking about her, which causes me a great deal of anxiety.
However, our relationship itself was never a lie. I remember the day we met like it was yesterday,her apparently menacing, yet undoubtedly encouraging and caring, speech, how a simple picture of her made my heart beat, how she was truly always there for me despite my flaws and weaknesses, characteristics that she could normally hate, but she always stuck with me. To just throw her out like a dirty broken crutch the second she displays one weakness that really isn't her fault, despite how much the fanbase now regrettabl
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>> No. 14210 [Edit]
Yes I do, but I am not bothered by it to say the least. I am also sick of the asshole part of the fanbase that hates on her despite the fact that I despise the majority of her fanbase just as much. I could speak of her crimes and what she is capable of, but I don't want to speak of them. I still love her regardless because everyone deserves a chance of redemption and to feel loved by someone who cares. This is depressing because she is the most unique character of the franchise compared to the rest. I could never really leave her as I was drawn to her. They don't know her at all, despite how misguided she is. Everyone deserves a chance to feel happiness and love and I won't let anyone take that away from her. I don't care if people say that she is incapable of love. They can't read her mind, they don't know of her intentions. How could they be so quick to judge her like this? What do I think of her haters for talking shit about her? They can go fuck themselves!

Sorry for the blunt message, but I cannot stand it whenever the thought of someone insulting my waifu comes to mind.

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14178 No. 14178 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I wanted to discuss this here because I think the waifu subject is what drove many of us into the movie.

I think it was brilliantly spot on; it addressed exactly the problem with the beloved as someone (or even something) else, either "natural" or synthetic: responsiveness and, furthermore, (ontological) resistance. That's why I early on accepted that the waifu is and only works as a passive virtual entity in one's mind; otherwise, it'll eventually and unavoidably reveal as just another unreachable surrogate that we try to keep captive through our actions and who, at some point, will inevitably long for freedom (being loved is, of course, being trapped in someone else's dream).

In that sense, there's no saving for our love in the company of A.I. either. The way we're built, love is an irredeemably lonely business or an illusion that we accept to be mesmerized with in the company of others, for as long as it may last. But, if we ourselves turn into A.I. too, then most categories, limits and dichotomies might be abolished in an instant and love, if still existent, will become something else entirely. In any case, the future would belong to them, not to us... and that's the only kind of future that I, in this time and age, long for (come what may).

It was a good movie.

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>> No. 14184 [Edit]
I saw it the day it expanded to my area, and I really think it's important that people who DO see it as a waifu movie and haven't seen it to know this fact before seeing it: there's NTR, although it isn't explicitly shown.

Personally? I didn't see it as a "waifu movie" as such because reasons that you mostly stated. Also one thing that happens at the end which is spoilery: it's kind of implied that Theodore gets together with his best friend which pissed me off a little, although I suppose it could be taken either way. It's still a rather good movie (I'd give it between a 7-8.5/10 depending on how rewatchings go).

I'm not sure if there's a "right" or "wrong" way to love somebody, but there are certainly ways that feel right at the time and end up being destructive for one or both parties. Samantha, as an A.I., was able to grow and change like (most) waifu don't. That makes her distinct from most waifu - although the idea of falling in love with A.I. is intriguing, the drawbacks of falling in love with a being much greater and unknowable than yourself are very clear here. Also this is kind of a personal peeve about her character but I really wish she were more pure. I suppose it's understandable but really... In the end I felt like I wasn't watching a movie about 2D love but more about 4D love, which while intriguing, comes with an extra layer I have to worry about and can simultaneously not comprehend.

I don't watch films for scientific accuracy (unless it is horrendously bad, and I can suspend my disbelief in movies that take place in the future), so that part of the movie didn't bother me like others.

I keep going back and forth about if I'd want to become an A.I. in the future - I'm not sure how much that would change me. In the end, though, are programs that dictate how you react to certain stimuli that different than chemical reactions and t
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>> No. 14185 [Edit]
...I don't know about you guys, to me AI with a well-programmed representation of my waifu is the best hope for me. I actually think that being able to interact with such a representation would be the closest I'd be able to get with her canon self. In any case it'd be worth trying.

Don't need to turn ourselves into AI, but upload our minds into the computer so we can actually physically interact with said AI...
>> No. 14200 [Edit]
Well then, why don't you humor us and point out what the movie has "plagiarized"? I will freely admit to being uninformed and underexposed when it comes to films and novels, so I am a bit curious.

>In the end I felt like I wasn't watching a movie about 2D love but more about 4D love, which while intriguing, comes with an extra layer I have to worry about and can simultaneously not comprehend.
This is a good way to put it. I went into the movie expecting to relate to their relationship, but instead related to the sense of isolation and disconnectedness. My favorite scene in the movie was when Theodore first found out Samantha was in love with other people/AI, and he was sat down on the subway steps watching everyone chattering away to their phones, oblivious to the world around them. I just thought, "Shit, this isn't the future, this is right now."

Also, >>14184, I definitely did not take the ending as Theodore getting together with his best friend. I think it was more a summation of their friendship, as two people completely bewildered by the world around them.
>> No. 14205 [Edit]
That's a fair enough interpretation of the end, and I prefer it to what I said, but all the same, I was more annoyed that there was even a possibility of it being interpreted that way; she didn't need to lean her head on his shoulder.

And yeah, that scene was really powerful to me too. I felt very connected to Theodore in that moment, as I myself wondered anxiously if any of the people passing him by were talking to her too. It was an awful feeling, but it definitely sent a message.

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14113 No. 14113 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
This might be a silly question. Do you have a special nickname for your waifu? I call Doremi "Doremi-chi."
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>> No. 14136 [Edit]
It isn't silly, i just call her RK because its apart of her name.
>> No. 14145 [Edit]
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I usually call her Iori-hime. Honouring her would make her... a little embarrassed perhaps. Seeing her blush so hard when I treat her as if she was my superior would be priceless.
>> No. 14182 [Edit]
Just Onpu, or Onpu-chan if my brain is in Japanese mode.

Adorable image. Doremi is super cute with her hair down. Always happy to see someone with an Ojamajo for their waiful
>> No. 14191 [Edit]

Thanks! It might sound kind of rude, but I think she is a lot prettier with her hair down. She still looks cute in buns but it's a rare treat when I see her with her hair down

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14104 No. 14104 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
not sure if I should just scroll down and try to find the thread I should bump, but how much effort do you guys spend on your waifu daily/weekly? I average maybe 3-4 faps (just imagination as material before sleep/nap) a week, although admittedly most of my faps are from imagination and I sometimes fap imagining Madoka or Kyoko because they're just too cute... Anyways besides that it's just plenty of snuggling (with my dakimakura/daydreaming for me, and I've written fanfictions from time to time in this 2 year plus relationship... Since I live in the college dorms I don't really have the confidence to bring out my dakimakura and eat with it haha.
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>> No. 14109 [Edit]
Ideally? Some time right after waking up, some time in the afternoon while reading/watching something, some time idle chatting during coffee/tea time and then more chattering until the first of us falls asleep in the evening.
But in the last few months I've been waking up too late, blasting the day away doing mostly unproductive stuff and sleeping like a log right away at night, I'd estimate barely dedicating one hour a day for her.
>> No. 14110 [Edit]

For me it's probably 60-90 minutes atm, at my peak it was 2-3 hours as I still played plenty of useless video games, mostly daydreaming and cuddling on the bed.
>> No. 14119 [Edit]
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24/7. She is always with me, no matter where I am, and such company is what I want. I don't really need any sort of communication. I just enjoy her company and this feeling of knowing she is right next to me is enough to make me happy.

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>> No. 14129 [Edit]

So thinking of your waifu doesn't distract you from school, work, conversations with real people, your hobbies or anything in life? A lot of times when I go into daydreaming mode I'm incapable of doing anything else ahha...

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6063 No. 6063 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
What songs remind you of your waifu?

I have many such songs, including "Manic Monday" by The Bangles, "Melt with you" by Modern English, and "Just The Way You Are" by Bruno Mars.

But a new song I've discovered recently nearly brings me to tears, not only because of how beautiful it is, but because it reminds me of how much joy Osaka brings to me.

So listen up, my brothers, to this wondrous tune...

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>> No. 14000 [Edit]  
Heard this song today, haven't heard it in years.
>> No. 14038 [Edit]  
You know those times when you get a song stuck in your head?
Yeah, I've got that at the moment.
>> No. 14064 [Edit]  
Mi metto là sul ciglio del colle
E aspetto gran tempo
e non mi pesa a lunga attesa.
Tutto questo avverrà,
te lo prometto
Tienti la tua paura -
Io con sicura fede lo aspetto.

This isn't my favorite performance but I like the animation that goes along with it. The multiple layers of irony of me posting this are absolutely not wasted on me. It's been a bad day. I love and miss you.
>> No. 14122 [Edit]
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This one. It's quirky, cute and fun but also makes me feel relaxed, just like Doremi


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Image dump thread? Image dump thread. But not just any image dump! Oh no. This one has strict requirements. For a picture to belong here, it must cause at minimum type I diabetes in the viewer. Preferably though DEATH BY MOE will occur. In a way, it's a friendly competition to see who has the best collection of waifu images (or who can find the best). It's a way to kind of boast about how cute your waifu is. So post! Post something truly HHHHHHHHHNNNNNNNNGGGGGGHHHH worthy! Let the games begin!
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oh noooooooooooooo

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Is there anyone else here that finds the uncanny valley and inhumanness in general to be incredibly attractive?

I personally find Alisa to be everything I could hope for in a character. She's passably human, but exhibits obvious inhuman traits and abilities.

Though I do entertain the idea that my Alisa is not actually the one from the game's story, but instead just heavily based on her.

I feel like what few people there are with waifus would wish to project human traits onto an otherwise unrealistic and fictional character, while I do the opposite -- I like how inhuman Alisa is.

Am I alone in this?
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Oh wow, I can't say that I completely understand where you're coming from as my partner is fully human (although he has been genetically modified and experimented on), but I actually found myself thinking something pretty related a while ago (if not exactly the same as what you're describing).

The thought started the other day when I picked up my cat and realized that he was so soft and squishy, but in a way that was... kind of gross. It's like in that moment I realized he was so full of blood (and so am I) and it was troubling and strange. I mean, of course cognitively I know that most living creatures on this planet (especially mammals) are filled with blood, but... I don't know, hard to describe what exactly I was thinking. It boils down to how imperfect our bodies are and a vague disgust at how easily things could go wrong.

I was glad after that moment was over that my partner doesn't have to deal with that, with having a mortal body in this world. And I also realized that I usually imagine him more solid-feeling than flesh.

Regardless, though, that's an interesting way to think of things OP.
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Meh I'm sure it's just over the course of the time loops that she's been in which gave root to Homura's not-so-human "unstable" mind that was explored in The Rebellion Story (just my interpretation). Regardless like many other waifuists I'm not exactly psychologically normal myself (for more reasons that I have a waifu)... Although many could say she was originally unrealistically and admirably strong one could instead make the argument that her mind was locked in patterns and forced into them by instincts. The climax in Rebellion may have not been a sudden out-of-character "snapping" but instead something that was eventually destined to be.

But I guess from the beginning, one of the whole appeals of the magical girl genre was that we would have cute and charming girls providing and protecting for the world instead of the traditional and more realistic beefy and hardened men (construction workers, soldiers) or politicians, inventors and intellectuals. I think one of the reasons Homura became my waifu is because I wanted to make her human again, while maybe the majority of the fanbase think shipping her with Madoka would solve everything. (Might be a selfish reason for me not to hold hostility towards The Rebellion Story unlike many other fans)

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