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Do you find real life Tsunderes attractive?
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I think everyone is a tiny bit tsundere in their own way.
Being shy and embarrassed and a little mean sometimes is the way the vast majority of us act during youth, the tsundere archetype is just a hyperbole. I think that's why we find tsunderes in fiction attractive, they appear more human.
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Almost married 1 back in 2003 but 5 days out from commitment I realized neither would ever be happy, ever again if this pairing merged. It didn't happen. I wish I had the 30-minute recording from the sheriff's department the day I moved her out at my expense via a Class 1 household mover. Long story short the law showed up to escort her away even though she originated the call.

To answer your question: from my life experience, NO.
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Nope, I like the shy, insecure girl.
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I have known a few myself but I feel that the trouble is not worth it if they are so distant. Guys are dumb creatures by nature so just change what makes you tsundere and you wont have any problems.
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Tsunderes in real life are too much for me to handle. I'd rather have someone whose socialy adept, smiles alot and is usually happy.
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I've never met a real tsundere in my 32 years of life. And I find it hard to believe that you people have either. I get the impression you're just labeling any mean or rude girl a tsundere when that's not what one is. A bitch stays a bitch and she gets what she gives. Not to mention, most women I know try to at least be polite and courteous even if they don't particularly like someone. Unless they are disrespected first.
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would like to meet one
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27 / M / Atlanta, GA, USA
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Part of a tsundere's charm is her loyalty. She starts out cold to pretty much everyone, but once she likes a guy, she will start to be warm toward him but stay cold to other guys. The warmth feels special and earned. It also carries a kind of intensity that can be compared to swearing. If you just swear all the time, it has much less effect than a rare, precision F-bomb.

In anime, it stays like this. In real life, a tsundere can cool off again, which is pretty distressing for the partner and might make them think they did something wrong. At that point, the tsundere's intense personality will be at odds with the lack of confidence and sudden clingyness of her partner, which can make matters worse.

Okay, now imagine the tsundere is a guy. Now you know why some girls always seem to date "jerks".
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Science now explained why tsunderes are good:

the feeling of scoring well (aka advancing in the relationship)
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Not really.
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I'm trying to think of possibly underlying motivations for tsundere behavior. None of them are attractive to me. They mostly revolve around crazy with a smattering of manipulation. Unhealthy in any relationship.

Really, the tsundere exists in literature so we can laugh at the idiot who is pathetic enough to let himself be abused by her(or vice versa). With the occasional touch of sentimentality on those rare occasions where she becomes emotionally honest enough to not abuse him. Those moments are of course usually short lived because the writers aren't going to give up the conflict mechanism for their stories.
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Too much of a hassle.
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SuperNovaMTL wrote:

Too much of a hassle.


Yep... If you deliberately drive people away. Well life is not the movies. Expect to be lonely.


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papagolfwhiskey wrote:


SuperNovaMTL wrote:

Too much of a hassle.


Yep... If you deliberately drive people away. Well life is not the movies. Expect to be lonely.




Some of the young ones think it's cute. They're usually set straight pretty quickly. Then again males are exhibiting a lot more Beta behavior these days.
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idiotic_female wrote:

I'm a girl and my previous boyfriend broke up with me because he thought I was a Tsundere.

I've broken off a LOT of relationships because I'm a 'Tsundere.'

The guys I've dated before told me I was cold, I tease them a lot, I'm kind of violent, I'm embarrassed with intimacy (kissing, holding hands, being affectionate like that..), I'm hard to read, I have problems showing emotions, I get angry too easily, I play hard-to-get, I'm too feisty, I'm socially awkward during lovey-dovey moments, I don't show that I care, and I don't give 'it' up easily.

Most of the time, I'm not even angry.. That's just the way I act.

How many of you would go for this type of girl?



PS.
I don't think I'm a Tsundere.
I don't want to be a Tsundere.
Too many broken relationships.
Motherfuck.




Dude I'm the same exact way and I've never had a problem getting guys before. I think guys(well the ones i know) love it. Its just like how women kinda have a soft spot for bad boys
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