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21076 No. 21076 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
valentines day is right around the corner. Got any plans for you and your waifu?
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>> No. 21084 [Edit]
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Worked all day long in my shitty job.
>> No. 21085 [Edit]
>>21084
This, I find valentines day offensive though to true love.
>> No. 21086 [Edit]
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Happy Valentine's Day everyone!
>> No. 21087 [Edit]
I put in the effort to actually cook a nice dinner for once. Made some really good steaks and had a nice bottle of wine while we watched a movie together. Not much but we enjoyed it.

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17897 No. 17897 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I remember that quite a while ago, /mai/ was discussing what the official symbol for Waifuism should be. Unfortunately, I couldn't find the old thread that was discussing this topic. I thought it was a cool idea at the moment. You guys were saying it was one way to spot out "waifriends" in public. It's also one way to distinguish those that take waifuism serious from those who don't. Plus, from my experience I've learned that a concept is twice as powerful/sturdy when it has a name and symbol. We already have the name "Waifuism", now we need our symbol. Don't know if any of you who were discussing it are still around, but I'll ask anyway (This is directed for anybody who recently got here and maybe perhaps lurkers who have any suggestions or remarks as well).

"Does this symbol still stand as our official symbol?" Or have you guys perhaps thought of ways to amend this symbol? Have you guys decided to just drop and forget this for certain reasons? Or are you guys perhaps indifferent about this?

Again, I personally thought this was a good idea. I'm all for having a symbol.
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>> No. 21280 [Edit]
I don't want a symbol, last thing I want is for us to become a LGBT offshoot.

Next we'll be calling each other "fictoromantic" or "fictosexual" or some bullshit
>> No. 21281 [Edit]
>>20008
The Sonnenrad is a great symbol, but yeah the thing in the middle is shit.
>> No. 21291 [Edit]
>>21287
Gesundheit
>> No. 21293 [Edit]
>>21287
You posted 3D. Get your ass banned.

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5336 No. 5336 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Did any of you tell your parents/friends about your Waifu?
How did they react to it?
But in a little perspective tell us what kind of person you are.
The reason I'm asking is I want to get things for and of my Waifu but fear the judgement my father will bring down on me
We are both very Gruff Conservative men and to have such a thing as a waifu might desroy our relationship and his view of me
I think however, it only goes with our beliefs that (3D) women are inherently evil and don't want to be corrupted by them, but I think he can't look beyond, or rather tell the difference between, having a Waifu and such faux-logic things as being a furry
Would it be better if I kept my love a secret?
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>> No. 19512 [Edit]
>>19505
I wish I could blur the line between the two more in regards to my waifu.
>> No. 19575 [Edit]
>>19506
Okay... Thanks to this guy (>>19508), I figured it out.

I will continue keeping her a secret, until later, when and if I achieve all my current goals and could say to my family: "It would never happen without her". I mean, there are higher chances that they will take it seriously and accept her (maybe reluctantly) when I will have more solid argument than "She made me a better person and helps me not to give up on myself and life".

Or until I am really cornered by them and I feel that they kind of figured this out and just want to confirm.
>> No. 21274 [Edit]
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Being a healthy japanophile, and having learned the language (because you cannot learn a language fluently without ingraining a piece of the culture), I've always taken japanese collectivist mentality a bit more to heart. I realize it would be very akward for others around me, so I'd rather not share this outside of the more appropriate online communities.

Work colleagues don't know anything about it and I just dodge the inquiry saying I'm a "very tender and slow relationship" (which isn't far off tbh).

As for my parents it's a bit more complex. I've always shrugged off 3D women and dating. When questioned about my interests in "cartoons", comfy apparel, cats and videogames, I answer that I enjoy "cute stuff" and computers. I do not lie, but as a result, as years go by they think I have some sort of childish side to my personality, and it's those childish tendencies which hinder my interest in 'real women'. They legitimately think I'm assexual like an infant, comparatively speaking.

Ultimately, I think one should try to keep this stuff to him/herself, and their 2D loved ones. It can become bothersome to both parties.
>> No. 21275 [Edit]
>>21274
You're right about that, I think. I hate to admit it but I get something of a high from social conflict. Being able to make people angry tends to make me feel somewhat pleasured. Have I ever done so with my Waifu? No, because I feel it would be unfair to her. But if I ever did get confronted about it I would probably switch into brutal honesty mode by instinct and run my mouth about a lot of shit until I made people either too pissed off to continue interacting with me at that time or people were on the verge of violence. I don't know what's wrong with me, but even though I'm almost 30 I'm still vigorously anti-social in the true sense of the word.

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21206 No. 21206 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Do you think there's a difference between being infatuated with and loving your waifu? How can you tell the difference?
>> No. 21207 [Edit]
The difference lies in the duration of the feelings.
>> No. 21215 [Edit]
>>21206
Passion, the driving force behind infatuation, doesn't last forever. If you remain committed to your waifu even after the "honeymoon phase" of your relationship ends, it is probably safe to say that what you love her.

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20982 No. 20982 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
New VR game with support for custom characters with vest combo allows playings to be touched by their waifu in VR.

We're getting there people!

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No. 21170 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What's it like to have a waifu? People say that it will come naturally but I'm worried that I'll be alone because of my jaded outlook and personality.
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>>21170
>What's it like to have a waifu?
With everybody you ask, you're going to get somewhat different answers from what I've seen. The shared aspect is love, but that's about it. One thing that varies per person is the amount of 'imagination' one has. For example I've met people who imagine their waifu with them most days and have a good grasp on how they'd react and act during daily events like that on a more than basic level. I'd imagine most people think about those sort of things, but for me my imagination/creativity is particularly limiting. Second thing that varies per person is how they view their relationship, some people viewing it as more platonic, some romantic, some admiration of an ideal/god(ess), or some mix of those.
>People say that it will come naturally but I'm worried that I'll be alone because of my jaded outlook and personality.
I think anyone falling in love would say that it comes naturally, don't think that is limited to 2D love. However, though it does come naturally, at least for me it did come with a choice to be made. I only bring this up because you doubt yourself (and many people might have varying experiences so don't treat what I am saying as absolute), but it might be something to consider. If there is a character you question whether you love, you sorta have to decide then whether your feelings are genuine enough to actually call a character your waifu and to treat that as a real relationship. Since the relationship is in a way all you, you make all the calls, so you have to judge whether having a waifu will actually be a beneficial experience to you. This depends on you completely, what your values and ideals are etc. Nearly 6 years ago now I thought about this a lot, I figured if I were to be true to that I would have to forego any other relationships and weigh the pro/con of doing that and not just short but long term. For me after being with her this long, it's not just about the feeling of love, but also about the appreciation of something more ideal, something to look up to and dedicate yourself towards.
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>>21170
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What kind of fuck did you posted?
>> No. 21173 [Edit]
>>21172
It was a gif of reviewbrah being sad.

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21090 No. 21090 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
claiming best girl
>> No. 21092 [Edit]
Good taste, anon
>> No. 21093 [Edit]
Just as a heads up don't really do "claiming" here. This implies some sort of sole ownership over a character who belongs to all fans.
>> No. 21094 [Edit]
>>21093
I CLAIM HER BECAUSE SHE IS MINE AND SOLELY MINE AND IF YOU EVEN THINK BAD THINGS ABOUT HER I WILL CALL YOU MEAN THING ON THE INTERNET NIGGER!!!

jk plz no ban
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>>21094
THINGS"

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21058 No. 21058 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Today is Nagisa's birthday. I first started reading "Clannad" 10 years ago. It is strange and surprising to write this post now.

The place changes and goes, like a wind, like clouds
Like the traces of the heart, no halt at the places.

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Happy bday Furukawa! Have another wonderful decade with your Anon!!
>> No. 21060 [Edit]
Happy Birthday!
>> No. 21061 [Edit]
I'm technically a few hours late going by local time, but I still want to wish Nagisa a happy birthday as well!

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20758 No. 20758 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I'm in a bit of a predicament. I can't decide what to do and want a second opinion.
I've been in love with my husbando for two years. In that time, I either love him from afar, or use (female) surrogate characters to romance him in my place. For one because I don't want to mix 2D and 3D much cause it looks weird, and for two because there's no evidence that he's gay.
But lately I've been rewatching his show and giving that more consideration…
I now understand my husbando is similar to Shinji Ikari. So lonely and desperate for affection that I think sexuality isn't even part of the equation anymore; I think he would be with anyone that was nice to him.
What do I do with that information? He is very vulnerable and I have a lot of power here. I do love him and it does feel a lot better to imagine him holding MY hand instead of one of my surrogate's hands, but I just don't know if it's moral and ethical to make this weak person into a homosexual. I feel like I'm taking advantage of him. I don't think faggotry is healthy.
It feels so right and so wrong. I don't know what to do. I really want the best for him, and I don't know if that means to let him live a straight life or to be with me.

What I'm getting at is, very few characters are actually canon gay. How did you decide to make your husbando gay? How do I rationalize it?

I originally posted this on 8chan /mai/ because it's faster and I'm kind of stressing out and want an answer now, but the first reply was so retarded I'll just have to be patient here instead.

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>> No. 20760 [Edit]
I don't have a husbando but I think sexual orientation doesn't have much to do with being able to fall in love with someone even if you aren't lonely or desperate.

Also if it did there's the viewpoint that humans are bisexual by default anyways which does have a few facts backing it up.
I also find it hard to believe that you're just born with a sexual orientation since that view doesn't account for changes, I was "normal" in my childhood but now I'm not really interested in any person. Does that mean I was born hetero and I'm now pretending to be disgusted by women (how the human body works in general) or that I was pretending to be interested in girls as a kid?
I can only speak for myself and some shit I've read. I wouldn't know how it works for other people.

>I don't think faggotry is healthy.
Why?
>I really want the best for him, and I don't know if that means to let him live a straight life or to be with me.
I don't really see the difference between a homosexual and a heterosexual life except "our" society looking down onto the first but that's the same for "waifuism" in general which they also claim is not healthy.
>> No. 20791 [Edit]
>>20759
This was great advice, thank you.
>> No. 21040 [Edit]
>>21039
>>/r/12
>> No. 21041 [Edit]
>>21040
Thanks for clearing it up.

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21035 No. 21035 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Does anyone else feel like they have hobbies that would scare their waifus/husbandos away?
My hobby is tarantula keeping, and since Italy's such a big baby I really feel that my collection would terrify him.
>> No. 21036 [Edit]
>>21035
More than hobbies I'd say attitudes. I don't care for my waifu's hobby (i.e. otaku-level obsession) as much as I pretend I do, for her sake. It just makes me happy she's into that and it shows a degree of devotion to something which reflects she being a committed, loyal and persistent person, and is one of the things I love about her.

Regarding your husbando, I'm sure there is nothing for him to fear, since he can just look at them in their cages.
>> No. 21037 [Edit]
I think she'd likely find it odd but interesting. There's a side to her with a child like innocence which would wonder about it, ask questions, and so on. I can't see her getting into it herself, but I don't think it'd bother her either. She'd simply find it curious is all.
>> No. 21047 [Edit]
Not at all. On the contrary, I think Prinz would find my knowledge of Chinese characters and languages fascinating, just not to the point of actively pursuing knowledge about those things herself. She would always enjoy listening to me share what I've learned, but never go read a book on the matter, is what I mean. Aside from those things, I guess the only other major interest I have is all things otaku. I could get her casually interested in anime and manga series, I think, but I can't imagine her going as deep into the otaku culture as I am. Actually, now that I think about it, my being as big an otaku as I am would almost certainly be off-putting to her. I at least go to the gym to avoid looking like a stereotypical otaku, but I couldn't do anything about the obsession besides keeping it at least somewhat in check around her.

Prinz enjoys cooking, and that just isn't a hobby of mine. I enjoy the feeling of successfully making something, since it makes me feel closer to her, but I find cooking to otherwise be a pain in the ass.
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I think she would like my cooking. I think she likes western sweets but not eastern ones. I like to cook western sweets.

She could train me in martial arts.

She would probably find my obsessive internet browsing weird. She might find my obsession for her cute if she was fond of me, but would find it creepy if she wasnt.

She seems more into fashion and making masks. I'm not interested in those. But good partners do not neccesarily have to share interests. Sometimes interests can complement each other.

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14921 No. 14921 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
I've been thinking recently about "waifu sharing", or more specifically, the people who hate it when they find someone else who has the same waifu as them.

I don't have much experience with this personally. I know there are people out there with the same waifu as me, but I don't hate them, nor have I come across a Kagurabro who hated me.

What bugs me is that there are people who are incredibly protective of their waifu. Obviously they are well within their right to do that, understandably so, but I don't get what they're trying to achieve when they tell someone to step off their waifu.

If someone were to tell that to me, what would they have me do? Get rid of the merchandise? The anime? The manga? The pictures I have on my computer? Quit my gym membership she inspired me to start up? Stop loving her altogether? Switch to someone else? Doing either of those last two would just more than likely open me up to more ridicule.

It's a mean-spirited thing to say to another waifubro. It's just as bad as saying "you're waifu a shit" in my view. I get that some people see their waifu as a girlfriend, but as much as they may treat her as such, it's a very different kind of relationship to a "standard" one. You have to take the positives with the potential negatives.

Honestly, I feel it's a waste of time and energy to get mad over it. Would it not be more beneficial if they talked about the character to the other person? That way they both might learn more about her by reading someone else's perspective on her. It's possible that they may have two completely different reasons as to why they love her so much, especially if the character is from a long-running franchise, or if they're more open to personal interpretation.

I just felt the need to vent this out of me. Thanks for reading my rant.
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>> No. 20195 [Edit]
>>15026
Seth dat you?
>> No. 20197 [Edit]
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I've never actually gotten into any arguments with other Chara bros. It's rare enough just to find someone else who has an even remotely positive opinion of her, let alone someone who actually has her as their waifu.
We seem to have this sort of unspoken agreement not to fight amongst ourselves, and I'd say there's some probably good reasons for that. The source material tends to be rather cryptic and ambiguous regarding Chara, and as a result, people can have some substantially different interpretations of her character. I like her because I think she's a genuinely good person who tried to do what was right, and didn't deserve all of the horrible things that happened to her. A lot of people hate her, because they think she's evil and always had some sort of malicious intent behind everything she did. Some people actually like her for that exact same reason, which I suppose does make me a little bit uncomfortable sometimes, but I don't make a big deal out of it, and neither do they.
I think most Chara bros probably agree on some level that part of liking Chara is being able to accept that one's "ideal" of her is largely just an interpretation, and that most of those interpretations are equally valid, considering what little information there actually is about her in the source material.
>> No. 20904 [Edit]
its just a fantasy. some embrace it more than others.
>> No. 21031 [Edit]
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I haven't seen it happen to my waifu, but anyone who would be like that would be incredibly stupid. She's by far the most popular girl, as just about anyone who plays the game can tell you, and I'm but one out of many, many players who have her as our waifu, and we're all generally very chill with one another about it. If some guy comes over and tells me to "stop waifuing her because she's mine", what is he going to do to everyone else who also has her as their waifu? Track down all of them and tell the same thing to them? Tell a good chunk of the playerbase to stop loving her and drop the game because he wants them to?

Besides, what has he done for her? I've actually gotten 1st place ranking for her before, and the others I know who have done that are all Japanese, and two of them are still active hardcore whales. If he wants to be like that, two can play that game.

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