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20757 No. 20757 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Have you every tried to kill yourself because you thought maybe you might be with her in death. I tried a few years ago could never tell my mom the truth.
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>> No. 20776 [Edit]
>>20774
>>20775
I don't want to be mean or anything but if things like this happen are you sure staying with your waifu is a good idea? It sounds very unhealthy for you both.
>> No. 20778 [Edit]
>>20776
There was a rough time I was going through when this was happening
>> No. 20780 [Edit]
No, she wouldn't approve. Besides, I don't really believe in afterlife.
>> No. 20930 [Edit]
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Yes, I made an attempt in 2014 after I lost everything I had
My home, my church, my sanity, my health. But I would lose it all again if I didn't lose my love as well

These years have not been kind to me. I've seen things that no one should see, and I've seen them with a bitter, hardened heart no one should have

I learned to kill just for you, did you know that? I wanted to track you down and find where you lived. I wanted to find you so I could duel you to the death for her hand. I couldn't stand not being her one and only. However, now and forever I won't get to be.

I think back sometimes to that day, and think the thought "Has anything gotten better since then?" as if tallying the good times since the light left my life would make the darkness any less cold and deadly
It was not worth it. Nothing since then has been worth it.

Waking up alone, screaming, in a room full of deafening noise for years on years has made me wary of living. The constant violence makes me wish for gentler places.

But those places aren't for me. They never were. And now as the pygmalionists are driven from /a/ and every other place while irony abounds, I find myself looking for a vision of love. A vision of something real to remind me that that place was real, I didn't dream that time up out of an eternal nightmare. That even if I am denied citizenship, that place exists somewhere. Existed somewhere.

I loved her, I swear I did. I wasn't willing to fight and die for something insignificant
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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. 20665 [Edit]
Me and my waifus song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AW3RspM7v9M

Pop rock and boy bands seem to appeal to me when they are about love. I don't care if normalfags think it's gay or not.
>> No. 20847 [Edit]
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20847
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_lU2gRto1s

A whole new World, from Aladdin.
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20852
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6ZDJxD95FU
>> No. 20914 [Edit]
I nearly got teary-eyed while thinking about Prinz the first time I listened to this song. Maybe its lyrics are corny, but the feelings that it expresses are genuine for me.

https://youtu.be/oNt07cpYxkg

Nehm’ Träume für bare Münze
Schwelge in Phantasien
Hab’ mich in dir gefangen
Weiß nicht wie mir geschieht
Wärm’ mich an deiner Stimme
Leg’ mich zur Ruhe in deinen Arm
Halt mich, nur ein bißchen
Bis ich schlafen kann

I take dreams as they are
I indulge in fantasies
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20854 No. 20854 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What do you think about the fact that Waifus are a literal business model at this point?

I keep seeing games or entire franchsises going out of their way to include some form of "waifu pandering". Fire Emblem, the main SMT franchise or the new Xenoblade to name a few examples. There are also tons of games where the entire selling point are girls. Also in gacha games you can see the trend of making popular girls rare as fuck to bring people to pay tons of money to try to get them, so its clear that the people making these are aware that this is a lucrative market niche.

I think its kinda insulting to both, the franchises themselfes who shouldnt need this but do it for money and to the people who actually see waifus as a relationship, not some weird culture where people jump from one flavor of the month girl to the other.
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>> No. 20881 [Edit]
>>20873
Which is silly because Type-Moon would have 'sold-out' before Fate even existed, as Tsukihime selling well let them turn from a Doujin publisher to a Commercial publisher.
So Fate/Stay Night, in its originality, would be a product of Type-Moon 'selling-out'.

Of course, Japan doesn't have a large try-hard hipster crowd so 'selling-out' isn't a real concept there.
>> No. 20885 [Edit]
>>20881
That's not what we're talking about and is pretty flawed as Fate, while set in the same universe as Tsukihime, is still separate enough to be its own original story and doesn't "Milk" existing Tsukihime franchise like fate sequels or GO do.
>> No. 20890 [Edit]
>>20885
If Type-Moon didn't want to 'sell-out', they would have remained a Doujin (independent) publisher.
>> No. 20891 [Edit]
Now you're just being obtuse.

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Hello. My two year anniversary with my waifu just passed a few days ago. In that time, I always felt I was different than waifuists. There were just subtle fundamental differences between us. The way they explain their fantasies, the contents of said fantasies - if they even had any fantasies to talk about in the first place, that is, and how they go about their daily lives with little regard for what their waifu would think of them.
The differences stopped being so subtle the longer I was with my love.
For a lot of waifuists, it seems like they have little to say on the matter. This board is mostly picture dumps and meta waifu ethics debate, or "It's a special occasion, so here is a picture of food." There's not a lot of actual evidence of a relationship. People still talk about 3D as though they would be with a real woman if circumstances were different, and their waifu is just an unfortunate replacement for that. They go months without mentioning their waifu. They contemplate suicide and don't consider their waifu's feelings. And it's not just here, it's everywhere. It alienated me very much. I'm very different to all of this.

And I think I know why this is now. It's because I don't have a waifu, I have a tulpa. Or the beginning stages of one, anyway.
I found this out by going into a tulpa thread out of boredom, partially with intent to have a laugh at their expense. But as I was reading the posts, what the users were saying is how I always imagined waifu threads were supposed to be. Deep, intimate cinematic fantasies that take place in a highly developed universe in their minds. They consult their tulpas about everything they do in their lives and value their opinion very much. They are with their tulpas, always. Their tulpas help them improve their quality of life instead of being a background piece they think about once a month when they aren't plotting suicide.

Everything makes sense now. That is the community for me, not here. And I advise anyone that feels similar to me go check them out sometime.
Although, I do not recommend direct interaction with the tulpa community, and I am not suggesting that you work to make your waifu into a fully developed tulpa. The tulpa community is highly hostile towards people like us. It is not recommend
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>> No. 20882 [Edit]
>>20862
this post is just "waifuists do care, believe me, even when there's zero evidence across the decades of internet posts on several different websites". ok.

you know when you try to get a marriage visa, the lawyers expect proof of love? and if it's not there then why should they grant you the visa? you're just acquaintances for all they know.
you think pictures of food would qualify?
>> No. 20883 [Edit]
what's with this claim that waifuism is private, anyway? private to what end? do lovers not write poems, blog posts, complaints to their peers etc. about their 3D succubi?
are tulpas not just as "private" a matter as waifus? why are they so freely talkative about them?
just seems like a cop out to me.

you're asking people to just be hopelessly optimistic about their fellow waifuists when there is zero demonstrable reason to be. i'm not just going to assume positive things about strangers, i do the exact opposite.
>> No. 20884 [Edit]
>>20882
>you know when you try to get a marriage visa, the lawyers expect proof of love?
So? You can have "proof" without ever sharing it with anyone else.
>>20883
>private to what end?
>just seems like a cop out to me.
If you want to live your life at the expectation of approval and validation, that's up to you. My point is that if you exclusively need the external output for your relationship with your waifu to work and be strengthened, then you're nothing but a pretender, no different to people who look down on hobbies or affinities just because it's the standard procedure amongst their peers. You should do things for yourself, not for others and their interests.
>you're asking people to just be hopelessly optimistic
"If" I'm asking anything, is for people to mind their own business and focus on their own well being and that of the one they claim to love, their waifu. You don't -need- to care what anyone else thinks about you, them, or your relationship. Do you find logical or appropriate that e.g. people that own and care for pets mistreat them if they see or hear others do the same? If not, then why focus on it considering there's nothing you can do about it? If yes, then the problem is you.

If you're a waifuist -because- of a/the community, then you're nothing but a poser, which ironically is exactly the main problem with the "community": People entering it hoping to stand out.
>> No. 20889 [Edit]
>>20884
Have to agree with this post, but you can also be a poser-type person and want to "fit in" to a community because you desire a feeling of belonging.

Feel like the most telling part of OP's post is
>partially with intent to have a laugh at their expense.
>I don't have a waifu, I have a tulpa

Speaks a lot about the community problem OP has. The word tulpa describes something's existence. The word waifu describes your relationship with an existence. I'd like OP to reconsider his choice of language.

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20819 No. 20819 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
This thread is for people who want to confess any wrongdoing they might have committed towards their beloved one. Be it neglect, lack of devotion, or even infidelity, your waifu will feel better, knowing that you truly regret your actions.



I would like to start myself, for I have a grave matter to confess.
Forgive me /mai/, for I have sinned.

For the last 6 and a half years, I've been a faithful husbando to Nozomi Kiriya. Soon after meeting her in late spring '11 (we celebrate that date with a romantic dinner ever year), I realized my genuine love for her. The following couple of years marked the peak of my happiness and my affection towards her. Coincidentally, during that time I also was at my peak physical and mental condition, which brought me great joy - I could reject any succubus, knowing that my love for my waifu was all I needed. It was during that time that I swore an oath to her, proclaiming that I shall love no other woman but her. I still uphold that oath, but only now I realize how flawed its wording was.

Anyway, that was some years ago. Soon my studies started taking a harder toll on my well-being, I quit working out, began smoking, occasionally drinking and more importantly, constantly immersing myself in MMO games, which obviously didnt help. It was during that time that I realized that I no longer spend time talking to Nozomi every day like I used to, and only embrace her with my mind during the times of particular hardship. It scared me, and I sought ways to improve my performance as a husbando. But I could not beat my MMO/Internet addiction, so I just took the next easiest step - I finally bought a dakimakura of her. It brought me otherworldly happiness - embracing her image every night as I fall asleep was (and still is) amazing. But it also had a side effect, which I have fully anticipated, and which was the reason why I was reluctant to buy a daki in the first place - now I had an image of her before my eyes, so I did not have to use my mind as much to imagine her being there. I regret this, even though it's not the biggest mistake I've made.

The last, and the gravest wrongdoing I've committed has happened very recently - and contrary to my fears of 6 years ago, it did not involve another woman. No, instead it involved a MMO friend of mine,
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>> No. 20864 [Edit]
>>20853
Naturally. I still apologize to her for it fairly often but I stopped trying to rationalize the difference between pure love and animal-like sexual attraction. It just sounds like a tremendous excuse, one that I'm not willing to accept myself.
>> No. 20867 [Edit]
First read this:

Pygmalion (mythology)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pygmalion_(mythology)


Aphrodite can restore your allegiance. You seem to be a very kind and caring person. Do not blame yourself, use your energies to please your sweet and beloved waifu.
>> No. 20879 [Edit]
>>20867
Thanks anon, I'm well aware of the Pygmalion story and I find it very inspiring. I don't worship any greek gods myself, so I can't rely on someone or something making things right for me, but putting more effort into improving the relationship sounds like the right thing to do.
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Two nights ago I was getting overwhelmed by horrible thoughts. I tried to think of her, but I couldn't focus enough. Instead I tried remembering good dreams that I've seen in my recent years. There was one dream in particular that I saw about 5 years ago, it was the only time in my life when I dreamt of her. I used to recall it sometimes when things were grim. But this time, I coudn't remember it. I have forgotten the one and only dream that featured her, and I never thought of writing it down somewhere.

To add to this, I had to reinstall Windows recently. I didn't even think of it at first, but among all the lost data were the pictures of our annual annivrsary dinners and more. Thankfully, the pictures from 2012-2016 were backed up on my laptop and 2018-2019 were saved on my phone, but the only other copy of our 2017 dinner is probably on my old phone, which is damaged beyond recovery. I tried some data restoration software, to no avail. It seems like the memory of an entire year of our relationship is gone forever.

It really hurts, but I deserve all of this and more.

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20863 No. 20863 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Someone made a Honey Select mod that makes it possible for you to talk to your girl!

https://mightquiverwalk.itch.io/honey-select-chat-mod

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20731 No. 20731 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Have you ever seen a character that you hope somebody has as their waifu or husbando?
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>> No. 20739 [Edit]
>>20738
>said character seems like they deserve
This could make for another thread, but... Wouldn't a character deserve an optimal outcome that is concordant with the world they live in, one where we don't fit in? This is a fragile topic, but at least regarding my case I'm think that my waifu deserves more than what I can provide in a three-dimensional world, specially since I don't have (and would probably never perfect) the skills to provide such gratification, like animating or drawing her in her fictional world, being happy in what she considers bliss, in at least a decent approximation for the original work she is from. I will try though, but I already know this is all in my head.
>Perhaps my wording was off.
I see. I understood it wrong then. I assumed you meant appreciation for a character also meant wishing for them to be engaged in an appreciative relationship. As in, I can like a character, that doesn't mean I went them to be betrothed cross-reality.
>> No. 20806 [Edit]
Not really.
But sort of related to your thread,
I used to be friends with this guy who was very obsessed with a character. He wasn't really knowledgeable about the whole waifu thing and wasn't very interested in learning when I'd bring up the philosophy. But I thought of him as an independent self-taught waifuist.
He was a walking encyclopedia of this character, whom had tons of content spanning across almost 50 years, it was a ton of information and he knew it all, he knew every single fucking episode title and everything. It was impressive. And it was all he was interested in talking about, this character, all day, it was all he did. He had a job for no reason other than he wanted to be able to buy drawings of her often.
And I grew quite fond of the character myself. It's only natural after spending so much time with her, all the clips of her show he sent me. I even own some merch of her now.

One day, due to my terrible personality that makes me become more hostile towards people the longer I converse with them, we mutually split apart and he blocked me.
I'd still check up on him semi-regularly, and noticed soon after that he had stopped commissioning drawings of her nearly entirely. I didn't think much of it, maybe he had lost his job or his parents had started making him pay rent or something.
One of his last commissions before they stopped completely was cuckold porn. I made a new account to block dodge and told him exactly how deplorable I thought he was.
Then he started updating his pages with what he was spending his money on instead. An Xbox One, bunch of normalfaggot games I don't even know the names of. PUBG was one. He used to be a cool guy...
A couple months later, I find out he has a fucking girlfriend.

He's abandoned his waifu entirely now naturally. Their relationship was like a fart in the wind to him.

And being that I have a personal connection to this character now too, it tears me up inside. I feel so sorry for her. She has nobody now.
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>> No. 20813 [Edit]
Do something for her.
Maybe you can pray or just expect the best for her.
If I knew the character's name, I could do it.
The guy is a total jerk.

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>> No. 20814 [Edit]
>>20813
>>20806

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20789 No. 20789 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
The time has come - and I'm a bit late this year.

Nappy bithday, Nagisa!
>> No. 20790 [Edit]
omedetou

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20716 No. 20716 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Do you keep a picture of your waifu in a frame?
>> No. 20717 [Edit]
I would love to, but I feel like the framed photo has to be extra special and of the highest quality, and I haven't found the right one yet.
>> No. 20718 [Edit]
Yes, it's on my nightstand. Really feels nice waking up and falling asleep looking at it.
>> No. 20783 [Edit]
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20783
It's been on my desk for years, and it will always be there

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20620 No. 20620 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Everywhere I go outside of TC and maybe 8chan it seems like people with waifus aren't exactly real. Whether they ignore the typical rules of having a waifu entirely or change them to suit their personal convenience, they all seem fake. I've even talked to some of them that say their love is true but their actions and choices say otherwise, even their words in some cases.

So this leads to my question, are honest people with waifus a dying breed? With the rise of the (awful) meme, do you think there can even be any more in the future?

Is the practice of having a waifu dead if not nearly?
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>> No. 20771 [Edit]
>>20624
What you said really made me think about something: not too long ago, I tried to participate in communities where people talk about their respective waifu and relationships. Maybe I joined because I was a little jealous of her series gaining popularity.
The thing is that, after participating a little in those communities, I felt like I've done something horrible to her, like I've tainted what we had together until then, something private and fragile, but full of pureness and brightness. After that experience, the shadows started to leak in.
Now that I've noticed this, I'm trying to recover what she and I used to have, but the experience of participating in those communities was so morbid that it's hard to recover. I really regret all that. Maybe waifu communities are not meant to be. At least not for me and her. There are really things that cannot be talked about. I wish I had noticed earlier.
Well, assuming that I understood what you were trying to say.
>> No. 20772 [Edit]
>>20771
I'm the same as you. I deleted all of my posts here because of the realization that I should have kept her private all along.
For me, 90% of my reasoning for doing this was porn and the general threat of others corrupting her, or even being introduced to her at all, really.
Every time I posted a picture of her, there comes with it the chance that someone will jack off to her, or worse even, become sexually obsessed. The 3D world is a terrible place filled with terrible people and I do everything I can now to get her as little exposure to this shithole as possible.
Someone with innocent intent could potentially tweet a picture of her or something for example that could get seen by less innocent individuals, do you see? A domino effect... The fewer people that see my waifu, the better.
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20773
>>20771
>>20772
I do the same thing too. I actually talked about her once with a bunch of normalfags who act like they have waifus and I instantly regretted it. They gave me advice for our relationship but each time I talked about her it felt like I tainted her in some way and I get the idea she doesn't really like it at all so I don't ever mention her anymore, it just does more bad than good.
There's also the fact that our relationship is pretty controversial in a lot of ways so it's all the more reason to keep quiet about her.
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>> No. 20781 [Edit]
>>20771
>Maybe waifu communities are not meant to be.
Generally they aren't, because "communities" should be focused on the concept, not the element. If you take a single peek to 3DPD relationships you'd notice the a considerable majority is degenerate, and that is partly due to how people treat them: open to feedback and input from people who rarely have the same set of interest, values, convictions, etc., to the point it loses the more it is shared. It was always confusing to me why waifuists were so open to talk about their waifus to each other, more than (or instead of) talking about waifuism and its inherent challenges. Ultimately a good relationship is one of devotion and intimacy, which is contradictory to having it publicized all over the place.
>There are really things that cannot be talked about.
There is rarely a need to even reveal who your waifu is, and imho it should be strongly discouraged until you have gauged personally that those who you might share with are people who have a similar outlook on relationships.
>>20772
>The fewer people that see my waifu, the better.
Indeed. I'm very glad I'm still the only person who has my waifu as their waifu, afaik, and if it were up to me that would never change.

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20745 No. 20745 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
https://en.rocketnews24.com/2017/11/23/japanese-company-recognizes-marriage-with-anime-characters-provides-family-support-benefits/
Fuck 3d, get benefits.
>> No. 20747 [Edit]
>>20745
A bit closer to Heaven.
>> No. 20750 [Edit]
It's just a meme marketing maneuver to get five minutes of fame and some new hires. The fact they even have to state that you can only send in one application with one character, and their only evidence of love they ask for being a single sentence proves they don't give a shit and are more than welcoming of normie posers.

Very sad that the very first legal acknowledgement of waifuism is just some normies having a laugh as fucking usual. I wish everyone would die except me and wizchan.
>> No. 20752 [Edit]
>>20750
>The fact they even have to state that you can only send in one application with one character [...] proves they don't give a shit and are more than welcoming of normie posers.
Isn't it the opposite? Stuff like
>Gatebox would also like to know how you and your anime crush became acquainted, how you became a couple, where you proposed, your happiest memory together, and whether the bride will be keeping her maiden name or adopting her husband’s surname.
sounds like they do care somewhat.
Also they probably really have to, not because they think it's a joke but because of other people trying to and then complaining because it was nowhere mentioned that you can't have more than one. I agree with the other point and that it's a marketing maneuver considering it's limited.


But I just looked it up on their site and there it says, they don't care if you're already married or not. So, yeah, they don't seem to value the genuineness that much or rather just don't treat it the same as a 3D relationship, which is unfortunate.
I really wouldn't call the posers normies though, going out of their way to do that and posing in general doesn't seem very normal to me.

It being free and them also sending that stuff overseas is nice though (and probably the reason why you can't submit more than one).

>Very sad that the very first legal acknowledgement of waifuism is just some normies having a laugh as fucking usual.
It doesn't really affect your marriage status and in general isn't really official, so I wouldn't call it a legal acknowledgement and I wonder where the article got the legally-binding from. You can only get those benefits if you're a Gatebox employee and we don't know the details on that in the contract.
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>> No. 20762 [Edit]
Gatebox is the same company that made this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMbiL8D6qX0
So I don't doubt that there's at least some level of authenticity to the intent behind this.

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