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19778 No. 19778 [Edit]
What if your waifu/husbando just wanted to be friends? How would you feel, what would you say, what would you do?

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>> No. 19779 [Edit]
I would be elated that I'd even have the chance to talk to her in the first place. Wanted to be friends for that matter would be fantastic as it'd be better than nothing.
>> No. 19780 [Edit]
It depends on the situation. Assuming I had just "really" met her, I would have no issues at all with it. I'd be happy to spend as much time as I could with her.

If she went from being my waifu to "just friends" (ie: some sort of breaking up), it would leave an extremely bitter taste in my mouth. The "just friends" method in particular is very reminiscent of the type of hypergamous non-romantic relationship model that 3D females employ, which would conflict with how I've always viewed 2D people as distinctly different from their 3D counterparts.
>> No. 19781 [Edit]
This is probably how I'd feel. Though, the sentiment of being "just friends" does irk me a bit. If she's uncomfortable with being anything more, I'd deal with it for her happiness, but I'd want to make my feelings clear before then.
>> No. 19783 [Edit]
I'd be fine just being her friend, I imagine shes very cool to hang out with which is one of the reasons I love her. It would be sad that I couldn't be with her but I think I would still try to make her fall for me.
>> No. 19792 [Edit]
I couldn't really take it, I could never get the romantic feelings away from my mind, so I would just let her go and search for another waifu.
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>> No. 19799 [Edit]
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I would really feel crushed, like almost reaching happiness and it just slipping away. I'd apologize for getting the wrong impression and turn a gun on myself.
>> No. 19835 [Edit]
That would be brutal. To be granted the opportunity for these feelings to be reciprocated, and after waiting so long, only to have them be rejected so plainly? And to remain as "friends" in the aftermath of such a thing?

At the very least, I would be sent into a terrible depression. I don't even know what I would say, what I could say. At that point, I'd just want to hide away from everything for a while. There are other things to live for, I suppose, but without her love to color it, if you will, I don't know how I would handle it.

Not that being friends with her is a terrible thing, but it would spell the death of a relationship far beyond that. And it would hurt. Thus, every time I would see her whilst being a "friend", I would be reminded of this loss.

The best outcome, I think, would be to learn magic from her and support her where I can. And with that strength, perhaps I could find that love which had died that day. If nothing else, it's a future with some hope in it. And, maybe, just maybe, that's all I ever wanted...
>> No. 19836 [Edit]
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I'd still try to win her heart. I'd make my feelings clear and go train somewhere, then come try again when I'm a better man. Being just friends would be impossible.
>> No. 19837 [Edit]
This, just being in the same dimension as her would be enough. I don't think I'd be able to handle it if I saw her in a relationship with someone else, though.
>> No. 19851 [Edit]
I'd probably be crushed, but it's hard to imagine the pain/sadness it would cause. When I think about it though, I quickly realize that if we ever met she probably wouldn't want anything to do with me considering I'm not a very good person. Sometimes I think I just should try to forget about her because of this.
>> No. 19887 [Edit]
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why not seek to improve yourself instead?
>> No. 19888 [Edit]

What if your waifu suddenly and canonically disliked something about you you can't change?
>> No. 19890 [Edit]
If it isn't enough to be a dealbreaker, you could strive to improve the rest of yourself to make up for it.
>> No. 19894 [Edit]
What does that have to do with it? Initial attraction can't be negotiated once decided. Unless we're operating under the assumption that interaction with 2D would be entirely different from 3D, and she would suddenly change her mind about you once she saw your dedication and passion (like an archetypal 'never give up' anime scene/montage).
>> No. 19895 [Edit]
>Initial attraction can't be negotiated once decided.

Do you think people never change their views of others, or find themselves attracted to someone over time?
>> No. 19896 [Edit]
>Do you think people never change their views of others, or find themselves attracted to someone over time?
I think there may be a misunderstanding here. I'm under the impression that we're talking about a scenario where your waifu says, after already knowing (and possibly dating) you, "I'm not interested in being your partner, let's just be friends." Biologically speaking, once a female rules out a potential mate, that perception does not change.

If it's a scenario where you just met her and she wants to start off as friends, then yes, it's perfectly plausible that she could end up attracted to you.
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