>>466>I don't want her to cook me an omelet while wearing nothing but an apron.
Since when your waifu has necesarily to be a slut? I thought it was your animu-ish ideal person. And that's what I hate from most of people; when they think a waifu is the anime girl you only fap to.
I simply don't get it.
A waifu should be the girl you like because she's the kind of person you fall in love with/you like: If it is only sexual, then it is not love, hence she's not your waifu but a fappeable shit.
It's cool when someone's like "I really love [insert anime character here] because [personality trait]". And super lame if they say it's just 'cause their attractive.
I remember back in my Narutard days, I had a conversation with a fangirl that went along the lines of "I love Sasuke because he's hot!" "Yeah? I don't really like him because personality though." "Well, he's an emo jerk, but I still love him because he's sexy. What Naruto guy do you like?" "Well, I like Rock lee because he's determined, he never gives up, he's really funny and he's nice" "Eww you can't like Rock Lee, he's ugly."
I still lose that argument anyway because I watched Naruto.
But still, if your only reason for picking a character as a waifu/husbando is because of their appearance, yer doin' it wrong. Think about it, "waifu" means wife, as in a single person that you have devoted yourself to spending the rest of your life with, for better or for worse, ect. Nobody builds a marriage just on looks (right?) isn't that what one night stands are for? I don't know where I'm going with this.
this is way too many words about waifus
He's shy, sweet, sensitive, submissive, loves animals and sweets, patient with people, and can cook which is everything I look for in a man. also he has a job so if I had to sugar daddy off of him until I could land a job I could and we wouldn't be pressed for money>>469
*thumbs up* it's also why I hopped on over to the oyaji ship because fuck all you people, older people can still be super attractive. I get a lot of flack about it from my sister who thinks if older guys are gross because they're not "pretty"
I'm trying to decide between Yomika from Dream Graffiti, Usotsuki from Yume Nisshi, and Daiyousei from Touhou.
I like troubled characters for some reason, although Daiyousei doesn't fit into that category directly. If someone's having emotional issues, you can't help but feel bad and try to fix the problem for them, something of which I'm a pretty big fan of doing. Wether it be through entertainment, helping them get things done, or just keeping them company, if they enjoy it, I do too.
Daiyousei, being a fairy, naturally has a playful aura, if not mischievous. I could very well relate to her in multiple ways. I'm also a sucker for unnatural hair colors, a very unhealthy habit if you ask me.
Sorry, not into small cartoon horses.
Also, Daiyousei, again, being a fairy, would tend to avoid fairly populated locations as the fanbase often portrays her with a shy, yet caring personality.
Pinkie Pie seems to enjoy being surrounded by others and thus, does not fit that description.
I'm not a brony but I know the show, watched a bit of it, seen the fanbase and I've heard of "Cupcakes", so with this much information, I can safely assume Daiyousei and Pinkie Pie are very
different in terms of being with others.
I dislike hyperactive personalities too because I'd feel like I would need to keep the person under control just so they don't kill themselves doing something dangerously stupid.
Nuh uh I'm not falling for that trick again.
You know you want to… I have candies.
you want trust me~
Mami Tomoe. I know she's kind of common waifu material because everyone makes her out to be some slutty big boobed airhead solely there for fanservice, but for me the mammies are only a plus for a wonderful character. Like boggr said, I don't want her to make me an omelet wearing nothing but an apron although I wouldn't protest - if only because she's a good cook. I just want to make her know she's not alone, and help her bake and fight alongside her (or at least be a healer because I can't fight for shit and possibly prevent the whole charlotte incident). She balances a school life, being a powerful magical girl, and taking care of herself…all by herself. Even with Madoka promising to fight by her, she still died alone, scared, and in the belly of a witch, with Madoka doing jack shit to help her. There was no funeral, either, and she probably wasn't reported as a missing person until like three months later. It's like she never stopped being alone for the rest of her short life. Even then, she's not the frail, slutty girl everyone makes her out to be. She's strong and adorable and kind, and she genuinely wants to use her powers for good, even at the cost of not being able to replenish her soul gem when she fights Familiars.
Point is, I don't want her to have to be in the vicious cycle of fighting by herself, finding someone to fight with, and then feeling the crushing feeling of having them insult her and leave. I want her to feel better knowing she has someone there that she can lean on.
tl;dr I have too many feelings about cute girls with twindrills.
>So who is your waifu/hasubando?
It just crossed my mind that either i never had one because i never liked anyone or because i don't know what's necessary to have a waifu/husbandu.
Can someone explain me or am i lacking something?
The original term was supposed to just be an anime character who you really admired, romantically or otherwise. The wapanese'd version of the word "wife" and "husband" was kind of a joke. Unfortunately, everyone took it to such an extent where you see people who are "waifufags" - gross neckbeards who refuse to date 3DPD (that stands for 3D pig disgusting) women, or real women because they're socially awkward and have had little luck in the ladies department. They also have really weird "rules" about waifus, including not even being able to fap to anyone else as it's considered "cheating". God forbid you gain interest in real women.
All in all, waifuism is not a bad concept in and of itself. But as with most things, the internet took it and turned it into shit. Here's a video that explains it better:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YtwPPsBKGQ
I only knew the earliest meaning and had no idea that that thing had escalated to such things. But with your help i think i might now know what my problem is.
Either way i think mai waifus would maybe be Eva - even for the typical tsundere behaviour she understands what personal space means and she's really helpful and selfless imo. Oh, and the delicious loli body! - and Rei pre reconstruction - i can easily relate to her and so she's cool to hang out with.
Lose her ASAP she is not worth it! #Banreiayanamiworldwide
I'm personally torn between Ritsu, or Rei.
I am no asukafag. I am just a fag.
Booger, don't compare yourself with her. You might say you are immature, but you are perfect as you are. It is that particular way of being yourself what we love from you.
Ah…This is surprising. Thank you.
I still want to improve myself. There is a lot about my personality and actions that I do not like.
All of my favorite female characters are always strong, mature, confident hard workers. My other favorites over the years have included Mami Tomoe, Sailor Jupiter, Applejack, and Lady Oscar. (although, Nausicaa does tend to falter with confidence at times, but that just makes me love here more…shh, you're perfect Nausicaa, you're doing better than I could)
I think it says a lot that I'm an annoying immature person, yet I can't stand characters like Pinkie Pie or that girl with the pink hair from Katawa Shojo. That's how I act, and I hate it. I mean, there's nothing wrong with being cheerful, and I want to be funny and make people laugh, but I feel that a lot of my words are worthless and unnecessary, just me making noise so I don't get bored. I want to be more calm and warm. I think that having a reassuring comforting presence will make others happier than the way that I just act aggressively happy now. I guess it's because of my ADD or ADHD or whatever. I can't control myself when I get hyper, I know that I'm being dumb but I can't stop.
It made me feel better to read what you wrote anon, but I will continue to work to become more like Nausicaa or my other "waifus".
I'm sorry for spamming this board with my dumb feelings
sorry to say that, but Lain does not belong to anybody.
They belong to their respective authors regarding the intellectual property form they've chosen, be it copyright, patents or trademarks.
That, and my dick.
Your feelings are not dumb in anyway. So you suffer from ADD or something similar? Is that why you are too public in here? Why do you refer to these characters as "your waifus." Usually that is about platonic loves, I can understand husbandos but not waifus… problem is, you know at the end Nausicca ends up as a martyr. I worry something might happen to you if you follow such path. Or is that what you want?
Look, maybe I am the least qualified individual for this, as I've too gotten myself into lots of trouble for saying the truth and what I believe it should be told. Do you have anyone you can trust who can understand you? Not sure if that person who gave you the ADD diagnosis might be trusty as it is a vague term nowadays like autism and homophobia. Maybe a close friend of sorts to talk with, as yeah sometimes you go way too off the radar here; or you really think there is none close to talk about with and so hence you come and post here like looking for advice?
aaah, I was diagnosed with ADD by professionals when I was a kid. It's as legit as it gets. I tend to just sort of drift off and go inside of my own mind. I take medicine for it and I have a much easier time in class and stuff with it.
The waifu thing, I dunno. I really love these characters. On husbandos: I'm not really attracted to guys. I'm either aesexual or uh, l-lesbian, maybe? I don't know. I'm not concerned enough to pursue my sexuality or whatever.
I used to have a dumb martyr complex that I grew out of. I don't think there's harm in wanting Nausicaa's personality or strength…
I dunno, I trust everyone, but understanding is a vague term itself. For example, I think that I'm pretty insecure, but I was at college the other day, and a friend tells me:
"Little one, did I tell you about the new thing we all do when you're not around and we're feeling depressed? Everyone pretends to be you."
"You're the most self-empowered and confident person on campus. So we channel you when we feel insecure."
And then she started yelling stuff that I say in a little high-pitched voice.
Anyway I was stunned. I haven't been around my friends much this semester, and instead of being forgotten, they've all tried to become me…haha! I guess what they're doing similar to my waifu concept, though. They're trying to be more like someone they perceive as having a desirable personality trait to make themselves feel better and more confident. It sort of put things into perspective for me. I didn't realize how strong I looked to others, I guess.
I don't know why I get so personal here. It's just so easy to type these things. I can sort of organize these thoughts better into text, and understand them better myself once I read them back.
Also, an interesting note: I tend to write these long self-discovery personal things when I haven't taken my ADD medication. Like right now…Haven't had my meds yet. haha…
>Also, an interesting note: I tend to write these long self-discovery personal things when I haven't taken my ADD medication. Like right now…Haven't had my meds yet. haha…
Then by all means, stop taking them! They are blue pills, not red pills if you know what I mean.
Semi-jokes aside, I also drift into my mind a lot and got even bullied for it back when I was in school. It's like being inside yourself is a criminal offense or something!
I wouldn't call it a disorder, really. Mankind tends to declare a way to be as "correct" and punish/hate/declare heretic/pathologize everything else.
Also there's still discussion in Psychology about the veracity of ADHD/ADD
But whatever floats your boat, if you are ok with ritalin, then just continue
I like myself a lot better when I'm on my medicine. I need to take breaks from it every few months, so I went off this week since I didn't have school. Most days were a blur. All I remember from saturday is standing in the kitchen while star wars was on and drinking tea. That couldn't have lasted more than an hour but I feel like that's all that happened that day. I get nothing done, and if I don't interact with anyone, my unmedicated days are just a fog.
Not that guy, but I feel you on preferring not to be in a constant fog. I find it, uh, a little strange to encourage someone to go off their medication unless they're seriously suffering under it
Yeah! I understand why people try to tell me to stop taking it, those without ADD think that the medication "is just society trying to control your brain to make you conform and hide your true self with unnecessary drugs". but like, they wouldn't say that about depression medication, right? I can still be myself while also taking medication that helps me function better. It channels my disorganized mind and extra energy to it can be more positive. Trust me, I'm dedicated to being who I want to be and not who society wants to be. Even when I say "I want to be nausicaa", that's a part of being myself. She's my ideal, not society's.
ANYWAY the ADD meds help me be the better version of myself. I forget how to be her without my medicine. Unmedicated Booger is either a half-asleep walking zombie or an annoying hyperactive jerk and just runs around and yells stuff that's not even funny. Medicated Booger is eccentric and thoughtful, and while still weird and hyper at times, the humor is much funnier and well thought out. Medicated Booger is unmedicated Booger's waifu, haha.
Uhhh have a song that sort of expresses my feelings, or at least the life that I want to avoid. Even if it's not exactly relevant to the feelings I'm discussing now…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ccx8ZqTWCoY
S-should we move this stuff into a lame "Booger's dumb brain" topic so I can stop spamming the waifu board? I'm gonna try to be quiet about this junk now
You keep doin' your thang. I concur, back to waifus and husbandos, guys.
I felt the same way after reading Onshuu no Brownian Motion