>and the only way to keep everyone happy is to say that everything's possible without saying anything official about the girls' relationships.
Ignorance in bliss, ain't it?
>I believe you're the one who linked America's You Can Do Magic in another thread?
Yes, I did. Reminds me of her magic, her love. I don't understand how love really works. Too much, you're dead. Too little, you're dead. Ignore it, you're dead. It's like a cruel joke or something.
>"What is love?"
Oh well, philosophy drove me into this state of being. I don't really want to sink deeper, but then again, I'd be living asking myself that question.
I'd rather live with the questions, though. But I'll try, I'll try once.
>Having a waifu might be suffering, but at least it's a sweet kind of suffering. Like eating really spicy food or being on a rollercoaster.
For me, it's more of a bitter pill I have to take every once in a while. Much like Gigyas' final form: It hurts, but it feels good. Like masochism.
>That's my take, anyway. 2D love is pretty much one of...not a lot of reasons I'm living for. Feel like it puts me on another level, spiritually.
Spirituality, ah. Another thing I'm paying minimal attention. For me, my waifu is much more of someone talking to you about things like what did you do wrong, or how is it that you're a failure. It's much more philosophical to me, and I've grown to dislike philosophy in the traditional sense.
>Even though we say that waifu is perfect and ideal love, it isn't.
Exactly. I'm not saying it is perfect, I'm more realistic than what I need to be, but sometimes, there are questions you want to ask, but you're not exactly looking for an answer. This is one of it.
>I think love is suffering only, if you make it feel suffering.
I'll take this advice.
>I would like not only cuddle with her and say her that I love her, but also do everyday stuff with her.
>I just want to live with her.
This. Very much this.
But then again, reality. We just have to accept it.
>The reason his love is causing him pain is because he wants to hold her in his arms, to kiss Marisa's sweet lips. To hear her tales of sneaking books from Patchy's library without being caught. To find amusement at her recollections of stealing Reimu's donations and watching Reimu wreck her own shrine looking for them, none of which he can do.
Yes. I want her to tell me that I'm just a military otaku who happens to be playing too much video games and spending too much time on the Internet for my own good. I want to see her disappointed that I didn't bake the banana bread I promised her. I want to talk about how that guy from the Internet cafe spend 24 hours sitting on computer just playing League of Legends and, in turn, she tells me that incident on the Forest of Magic involving Mokou and Kaguya, and how the resulting fires almost burned the whole forest to the ground. I want to eat those silly looking mushrooms she found one day and dip it in chocolate. I want to hear her comments at this country's politics as she reads it from the newspapers. I want to bring her some soda to her house so that she could taste it.
I want her to be real, but she would never be, and I have to steel myself from feeling sad over something that society perceives as "stupid nerd shit".
But I still want it all.
>I apologise to OP for saying these things, but that's pretty much all I know of Marisa, despite how much I like her myself
Don't worry, man. It isn't an issue with me. The only person who could fully know Marisa is herself, even if she exists.
>(she's a really, really wonderful girl and I find her brilliant myself - the three of us could share many drinks, I'd even prepare some of these http://www.thedrunkenmoogle.com/post/1457156788/stardust-reverie-touhou-marisa-kirisame and then fuck off to leave you two alone~)
He he. I just hope I don't get drunk faster than you two guys.