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26783 No. 26783 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [Last 50 posts]
Do you have a sex doll, or have you thought about getting one?
Or maybe a non-sexual, but still life~sized doll?

Does cuddling with them or just having them around help dispel loneliness?
Is it more satisfying to have "sex" with the doll than just masturbating with your hands?

I always thought they're really creepy, but now there are some anime-inspired ones that basically look like oversized figurines.

The only thing holding me back from buying one right now is that I imagine it must be a lot of work to clean them.
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Aotume look really nice, and I'm so tempted to get one, but I can't get over the proportions being so weird. normal cloths just won't fit them it seems.
I guess they do this so it looks more in line with an anime character?
Just look how big and baggy these cloths are.
>> No. 28450 [Edit]
>>28449
I'm also interested in getting one. From what I can tell, you can put the head on another body, if you don't like the ones they have. I don't know for certain though, as I don't have any experience with this myself.
I think a big thing is, they're pretty small going by listed measurements.
>> No. 28451 [Edit]
>>28450
Different heads from the same maker seem to be perfectly interchangeable, but from one brand to another I can't say for sure. From what I can tell, I 'think' most of not all major brands use the same size connectors for heads, but I could be wrong. You'd need to keep different skin tones in mind anyway, they might not match.
I've considered the idea of getting a 2D style head to match with a body that might have more realistic proportions, which would need to be from different brands because it seems like the brands that do 2D heads also do funky body types. But trying to use parts from different brands together might not match well.

Like you said, I don't get why they're all so small. Even the ones with D cups that are meant to be fully grown adults don't tend to be over 155 cm.
These dolls all look bigger than they really are. It's like you'd need to buy kids cloths even for the 'adult' dolls, but would those even fit with the proportions that they have? Kids cloths wouldn't be made with huge chests in mind right? The whole thing seems weird.
I don't know if I want to take a random chance and drop $3000 to find out.

http://www.aotume.com/page90.html
Then again, looking at this, seems like buyers aren't having much trouble.

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>> No. 28678 [Edit]
There's this Facebook page that does cloth anime dolls, and I enjoy seeing what they have pop up. I just feel like they're too impractical and not really in the realm of possibility for me. Sometimes I look up anime robots. I also found a gal on Reddit who does 3D printed BJDs. I'm not interested in sex dolls though I wanted to buy an anime sex doll head once just because.

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23463 No. 23463 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Is this the only anime/weeb community left that hasn't been over run by children?
Every time I find a new one to join it's the same thing, retarded teenagers who wont shut up about school or spoiled rich kids and their college crap. It's all "dur hur I'm gonna be a doctor I'm gonna be a laywer" fuck you. I feel so fucking old lately and this shit doesn't help one bit. It's just so ackward being in these servers/channels with kids that are half my age. Not that it's uncommon here either. Where the fuck are all the 30+ weebs? Do they just kill themselves when they hit 30 or do they turn into normal fags and quit the internet? What the fuck man.
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>> No. 28464 [Edit]
>>26380
I'm 42, autistic. Remember watching Buffy the Vampire and wondering if that was normal life. Re watched it recently and enjoy it more and I'm more at peace with myself. I have a pet Kestrel which keeps me and is too long-lived for me to take myself out anytime soon. Blessed be honestly.
>> No. 28636 [Edit]
>>26694
I mean you must have been exposed to it by your aprents or whatever, I hated showing anything to my parents and only when I realised i could use headphones did i try anything other than video games
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>>28636
Nice necro. I had older college-aged relatives who were into anime when I was a kid and I was always curious about it. My mother sometimes made mocking comments about them (liking those 'Chinese cartoons' or whatever), which made me self-conscious about liking it at that age. I could say more things about both of my parents, but I'll just mention that I wouldn't mind them dying even if it means I'd have to stop being a hiki and get a shitty job.
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The realization that I'm now in my late 30s is hitting me hard. The awareness that it's probably too little too late is starting to sink in. I've always felt that I've walked the best possible paths I could in my life despite how things have turned but for the first time in my life that feeling is slowly giving way to a longing sense of regret for what could've been. I'm at a complete loss as to where to go from here, the desire for an end remains but the same cannot be said of the willpower to go through with it. I've never seen myself living to my 40s or 50s but the prospect of it is becoming very real and I'm struggling to reconcile with that reality.

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28183 No. 28183 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
why this website is so slow, can't you post more? I feel so ronery
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>> No. 28620 [Edit]
>>28183
i'm always really anxious posting to imagebaords. i always feel like i'm being obnoxious or not adding anything of value.
doesn't help that whenever i post to other imageboards, there's like a 50/50 chance of someone getting weirdly passive aggressive or angry for no particular reason.
it makes me feel a bit less ronery that other people in the thread have this same dilemma, though.
>> No. 28622 [Edit]
>>28620
Every post you make has value, don't tell yourself otherwise.
>> No. 28623 [Edit]
>>28620
>>28622
If your post is longer than 8 words, it probably has sufficient value. Liberal use of sage can also help, if you want to reply on a post but don't feel like you have adding anything substantial enough.

(But I guess the implicit flipside of this is that a 4 word response and an unrelated image probably doesn't contribute much, so might be worth thinking twice before posting (unless the thread is explicitly an image-dump thread). Doub;y so if you're also bumping a years-old post.)
>> No. 28640 [Edit]
>>28620
Chances are that on faster imageboards, your post will mostly be lost in the crowd, and chances are that on slower ones, your post will be appreciated, because it's something new to read.

Consider that before you think twice about not posting.

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25323 No. 25323 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Post random things you remember. Little things that left an impression on you.

I was driving with my mom somewhere around the time I was in middle school. It was a long ride. I summarised the plots of eva and saya no uta to her. She seemed bored and a little put-off, but I think she was listening. Then she started talking about how Japanese people have a genetic propensity for cruelness which explained why they would make such things. I thought it was an interesting theory.
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>> No. 28290 [Edit]
I saw my once upon a time therapist at Target while I was out with some people. He said hi to me and asked if I was still listening to the new Daft Punk album. It was embarrassing.
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Ten years ago, right before 2014, I predicted it would be a "retro year", a year where people would be really interested in retro things. I was 12 back then.

sigh what the fuck happened?
>> No. 28616 [Edit]
>>28615
>a year where people would be really interested in retro things
maybe not retro, but the last few years have seen an increase in nostalgia-seeking
>> No. 28635 [Edit]
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I remember back in middle school, my dad used to take me to religious school on the weekends with my brothers and I hated going there, so I used my flip phone with no wifi to take pictures of anime memes I thought were funny on the computer before going and look at them while I was there. This was in the early 10's. I laughed about this a few days ago to myself, but I thought why not remember it again.

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28564 No. 28564 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
For those that aren't so socially gifted, Do you think you could get along with other members of TC if you met them offline? Or do you think you would have the same problems with each other as you do with anyone else you interact with day to day?
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Alas, my mutuals would tremble in my awesome presence.
It's a lonely path on which I walk.
>> No. 28569 [Edit]
>>28564
No. I think I would see them as the same normal people I interact everyday. The internet kinda makes possible the illusion of talking with similar creatures as yourself (only sometimes, not even that often) but that fantasy would disappear IRL. In the end, if normal people finds you disgusting it's very probable the not-so normal people will find you disgusting too.
>> No. 28570 [Edit]
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>>28564
I've always been too weird for normal people and too normal for weird people. I think I'd seem too normal if I were to meet people from here, even though we might be in the same predicament in real life.
>> No. 28633 [Edit]
Probably, but I figure there will be an underlying sense of mental illness keeping me from becoming truly close with someone.

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28502 No. 28502 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I was an avid user of one of 4chan's boards until I befriended someone off the board. They turned out to be a pretty bad person and would harass me every time I posted something on there, and...
I know this sounds weird but it really got to me. If someone was bullying me on Discord or even real life, I wouldn't care. Because who cares? I mask a lot in real life and I always try to be conscientious of how I come across to others. But I guess this particular board was something of a home to me, because when I stopped being able to use it the way I usually did, as an anonymous user, it felt like the real, vulnerable part of who I am was being attacked.
So I wonder, why is it that anonymity is so important to me? I wish I never compromised my anonymity, because I stopped being able to say how I really felt. The person I befriended would mock me, and it kind of consolidated the idea that normal people will not take kindly to who I am if I was actually myself. Do any others feel this way? I'm hoping this site's not too dead by the way.
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>> No. 28556 [Edit]
>>28524
i don't know. i struggle to determine whether im a good person anyways. just cause you're anonymous and in a smaller community doesn't mean you have to be shit, it's only at a certain point i felt they were downright sadistic and pushed things too far.
>> No. 28557 [Edit]
>>28556
and also
it's just illegal, invasive, and creepy. i hate people on the internet who act invasive and harm others with their creepy intentions.
>> No. 28558 [Edit]
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>>28557
>>28556
NTA. I'm trying to not be too harsh because you said you were lonely and naive but honestly it was your fault for getting involved with them.
I've gotten namedropped before too (nothing serious) and I know it was my fault for being careless and trying to play with them in the first place. The way they ¨found¨ me was also creepy but it was forgotten in a day. Everyone posting thought whoever did it was creepy. Keep in mind they only found the alt nickname I made to play with them. Still, I should've been more careful.

>i don't know. i struggle to determine whether im a good person anyways. just cause you're anonymous and in a smaller community doesn't mean you have to be shit
I also try to have a consistent character when I'm anonymous and some others too. Most anons I've met were decent. It's still not worth the risk of dealing with the creeps you'll find lurking there, I learned.

>i hate people on the internet who act invasive and harm others with their creepy intentions.
The phrase ¨I hate people on the internet¨ is funny when you think about it. I don't like them either but you have to remember this is the internet. Srs bsns...
I believe cyberbullyng isn't real if users are only attacking a pseudonym. Sadly, you mentioned you got hacked and they were posting personal info so if I were you I'd GTFO of there ASAP, nuke accounts and change passwords. I hope you are able to move on and learn from this, anon...
>> No. 28621 [Edit]
>>28502
>Why is anonymity personally comforting to you guys?
personally speaking, i could go either way on being anonymous. i don't mind it, but i also like to attach a name to a person. the few friends i've made off of anonymous imageboards have tended to be cool people as well, though i don't talk to them as much as i like...
the reason why i've been using imageboards like here more often is just because dead internet feels like it's becoming more and more real, it feels like every corner of the internet i used to hang around 3, 4, 5 years ago is either way less active or filled with people i don't really like.

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28572 No. 28572 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
the world passed by us heisei otaku and now we are left to rot and wither
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>> No. 28596 [Edit]
>>28586
>>28587
>>28592
funnily enough, the one good anime club i was a part of was my middle school club; the art teacher seemed like a really genuine anime fan. the anime club i was in during college was what you'd expect, though, made worse by the fact that nobody there seemed interested in talking to me at all...
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Yeah and my thread gets deleted I've been longer than you dorks but anyways I truly do wish y'all happy winter. Winter is personally my fav time of the year.
testing if 'jak gets deleted even if it's a legitmate post
>> No. 28609 [Edit]
Whoa mod deleted xe/xers post I'm sorry.
Seems tohno-Lad is still keeping this board locked downed whih means no fun allowed
>> No. 28610 [Edit]
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>>28609
>no fun allowed
why are you replying to yourself?

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28571 No. 28571 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
I wonder how much of what we are/do/represent/believe etc are truly us instead of us being possessed by a persona
Who am I?
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>> No. 28576 [Edit]
>possessed by a persona
What do you mean by this? How are you defining the split between "us" and the "persona"? But yes you are basically a product of society and circumstance, and the notion of an independent free-willed mind is mostly a myth kept alive by the mind's own desire.
>> No. 28582 [Edit]
>>28576
>How are you defining the split between "us" and the "persona"?
That's what I'm asking.
If people can change their behaviour or their mind, doesn't that mean that is not really them?
Say someone was a nice person, but then he got alzheimers, lost all their memories and turned into a bad one.
Or a musician who lost their arms and can't play anymore
Or an artist who went blind.
What you are or what you do aren't really you, so what are you?
I don't really know.

>>28574
I wasn't really thinking about supernatural, but like you said, language and culture shape how we see the world.

Maybe it's like the "thing in itself" of Kant, as in, you can't really know yourself.
>> No. 28584 [Edit]
>>28582
I thought you meant a ¨persona¨, like a dualistic soul, but I think I get what you're saying now.
>If people can change their behaviour or their mind, doesn't that mean that is not really them?
Yes, I'd even say they can't change their behavior or adopt a persona by themselves. For example, if I decide to start drawing and call myself an artist, it's likely because I saw a nice anime art online. If I think of myself as a musician and learn to play the guitar, it's because I listened to a good song and wanted to play it myself.

The person with Alzheimer's, who used to be kind (by circumstance), isn't so different from me because we both changed due to circumstances, except his were biological and mine were more psychological. Going blind or losing my arms and having to drop those personalities wouldn't be in my control either.
Finding the reasons why me and others do what we do can be interesting.

>What you are or what you do aren't really you, so what are you? I don't really know.
Me neither and I don't think much about it. I'm not really into philosophy or pondering abstract things like this or the illusion of the self for my own sanity. I prefer to watch mugumogu's cat videos, it helps with overthinking because their lives are simple and I'm a living being on this rock just like them. Maybe.
>> No. 28588 [Edit]
>I thought you meant a ¨persona¨, like a dualistic soul, but I think I get what you're saying now.
Yeah I initially thought this as well, but after his clarification I think OPs question is closer to the infamous "nature vs. nurture" debate. While in terms of physical attributes (including mental abilities) genetics probably plays a decent role, I think when it gets to what defines our personality, the effect of society & circumstances you grew up in almost surely dominate. There is likely some base layer shared amongst all humans though, e.g. notions of selfishness, that are conserved instincts from more primitive roots.

You might be interested in looking up terms proximate to "collective unconscious".

Also I'll plug the anime Flip Flappers since the theme at its core is the interaction between perception, psyche, and (our view of) reality, and there's lots of good literature to read about this show.

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23136 No. 23136 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit] [Last 50 posts]
Do you have any traumatic moments in your life you might want to share and talk about? It could be something deep in the past or a recent event. We're all friends here, feel free to let it out.
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>>28515
When I was 13, I had one or two acquaintances at a time. No real friends, and I definitely wasn't part of any friend group. Now I can deal with people as much as I need to in order to function. Your trauma probably has more do with your current situation than a lack of experience. You could probably tell people you were bullied for being gay and get a pass for lots of things, but I understand why you wouldn't want to do that.

>I did not get the appeal and indicated that I liked dicks but wasn't gay
pic rel
>> No. 28519 [Edit]
>>28516
This surprisingly does not work. People love to virtue signal and whatnot but if you come to them genuinely mentally ill, damaged, or weird, and not in a safe way, you will still get zero empathy.
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>>23136
After suffering for 20+ years due to typical neglect, bully, lack of meaning of working, no social life, no creativity, etc, etc, I decided to go on a binge of reading dark manga (oyasumi punpun, misumisou, himizu), expecting to see some new insight there.
After all that, it felt like a switch turned off inside my brain and I put some sort of barrier towards anything that might give me joy. As some sort of learned helplessness. I still feel pain, anger, anxiety, but they're all muted and with a time lag. This has been going for over 6 years. I'm almost 30 and I can barely muster the motivation to work for more than 2 hours a day and I'm very sleepy all the time. I never held a job after 18. Once, I let my dishes grow mould for leaving them in the sink for over two months. I just don't know what I can do, mind and body just want to die. I'm here just to witness the few friends I have left end it themselves, so that I can see them off. I do prefer to not think about it, though.
>> No. 28559 [Edit]
I was sexually abused by my older brother and his friends from when I was about 6 to 8 years old. This happened regularly in my home; neither of my parents claimed to know when I told them as an adult. This has given me weird thoughts/ideas/views/desires on/around sexuality.

I also witnessed a friend's suicide by firearm about 9 years ago. I gradually regained some memories of that but I can't remember just what I saw when I opened the door. This caused me to have PTSD - extreme nightmares every night where I would wake up sweating and sob uncontrollably. The nightmares have died down a bit but I still get dreams bordering nightmaees that cause me to wake up sweating, with some regularity. There was also a period of time where I would see an apparition so to speak in the corner of my eye while awake - a shadowy figure that, while not visually similar, I knew was my dead friend.

I wonder if the experiences I had when I was young set me up to have a more extreme reaction to seeing my friend die. I was physically abused by my brother and the neighbor kids for years before it turned into sexual abuse. I wonder if it's normal to think about suicide as much as I do.

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28514 No. 28514 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Nobody respects me on a basic human level. Like, I am consistently treated worse than everyone else around me, by everyone else around me.

Like, having a hobby--not even an 'easy target for normalfags' one--belittled within days of someone encountering me.
Or asking about someone's situation, wanting to help them, and getting blown up at.
Or someone literally only talking to me when they want money.
Or going out of my way to be considerate towards others and their space, and being trod on in turn.
This happens consistently and for seemingly no discernable reason other than maybe 'vibes,' but I am not good with social cues and I can think of nothing that would give this off. I do not antagonize people, almost always give the benefit of the doubt, do not express that I hate myself to others, and yet it still persists.

There is really do to change this. 'Standing up for yourself' and 'communicating' only works, paradoxically and ironically, if someone sees you as a person to begin with. If not, 'what are you going to do about it?' Nothing. You have no power. This just leads to me internalizing the enmity and disgust people plainly harbor towards me, which leads to people like my mother getting frustrated with me for 'self-loathing.'

Is anyone else in this situation, or has anyone else been? How do/did you deal with it?
>> No. 28517 [Edit]
>>28514
>Is anyone else in this situation, or has anyone else been?
Most of my life yeah.
>How do/did you deal with it?
First of all I try to care less and reduce human interaction as much as possible. Second, instead of being "nice" I try to appear as serious and cold as possible. It's better to be perceived as creepy since they're gonna detect something's off anyway. Of course all of this not always works so I plan to keep reducing human interaction to something as closer to 100% to achieve complete peace.
>> No. 28518 [Edit]
Vibes are a powerful thing. A lot of normies judge other people almost exclusively based on vibes. But it's not just normies to be honest. Certain subcultures can be pretty elitist and arrogant too.
I guess the best you can do to minimize your attack surface is hide your power level and copy other people's style.
>> No. 28520 [Edit]
If youre neurodivergent, yes, this is par for the course. The only real hard counter I have found to this becoming invaluable in whatever your field of choice may be and a great deal of self-love and self-compassion. Otherwise enjoy being run out of menial jobs or destitution.
>> No. 28680 [Edit]
John 15:18

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28487 No. 28487 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Do you ever feel like there's something missing from your life? Something important and key to making it whole? That without it life is pointless and isn't really worth living? Do you even know what it is or how to get it?

I thought I could find it online, but lately the internet feels like such a shallow empty lonely place. Sure there's tons of people on the internet, but most come across like empty husks of humans. I keep trying to reach out to them, all the same, connect on any level, but it never goes anywhere. It's like there's just nothing there with most of them, and it only seems to be getting worse. I can tell within minutes of joining new communities that it won't be a good fit. I'm pretty sure I know what I need, I just can't seem to have it. I've been forced to come to terms with the fact there's nothing out there for me, which in turn makes me wonder why bother going on?
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>> No. 28493 [Edit]
>>28490
>some people really are happy?
Are they? On surveys using the Cantril Ladder method most people report between 5-7 out of 10 [1]. And this is probably inflated because one is more likely to remember extreme emotions; a week of mild unpleasantness might be subjectively weighed equally to a day of enjoyment.

I don't think most people are happy. If they were, then why do they always seek new experiences (the cliché of people traveling). I think it's more accurate to say that most people are always striving to fight off tedium/unhappiness.


[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:World_map_of_countries_by_World_Happiness_Report_score_(2023).svg
>> No. 28494 [Edit]
>>28493
I never said most. You know I didn't say most, yet you bring up surveys. Didn't put a question mark after happy either.
>> No. 28495 [Edit]
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The reigning arrangement of the social system consists of rituals that I am forbidden to partake in, and as I cannot rely on this system I am developing a scientific occult aestheticism in order to replace it. As you can tell from the way I type, this technique requires that I act as a massive chuuni when the circumstances are conveniant. If there were any apocolyptic forces I would also unhesitatingly support these movements, but as it happens the people in their desires are gripped by a potent ontological conservatism. For now, all I can do is attempt to dodge the assimilation attempts until conditions become more favourable.

>>28493
What a useless philosophy. Pessimists try to enforce a feeling of universality among the human herd. They take the discontent of dissenters and try to pretend this discontent is felt by everyone, a notion that can be disproved simply by observing the normalfag's behavorial patterns. They are not the same as us.
>> No. 28496 [Edit]
>>28493
I'm happy, that much i need, some of us simply found our way of life and are happy traveling it, not everyone its this demented social media user that you imagine or the generic pessimistic that you find in sites like tohno.
Instead of bitching about other people you should just genuinely seek your own happiness, the moment i started focusing in my own happiness instead of judging others my life genuinely improved, you should do the same.

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