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Do you find real life Tsunderes attractive?
Posted 7/27/12
What?! Aren't I?
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If I like the girl it doesn't really matter to me plus I probably wouldn't mind a girl like that. Sounds fun honestly...I like a challenge lol.

oh and I'm single
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Oh hi there^ wanna go out?
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I don't find anime tsunderes attractive
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Posted 7/27/12
I've had enough of mean girls... Wouldn't mind a nice girl one day...
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I like the feisty ones that fight you as you pull their clothes off.

I had a girlfriend who punched me straight in the mouth, and then kissed me while my face was numb.... She also slammed my head against the headboard of her bed right when I was about to cum one time... That was traumatic... Like getting an icecream headache and then having a douchebag friend slap you in the back of the head for laughs. Just a strangely mean spirited attitude. The creepy part is that I miss her.
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For me, the attraction of a Tsundere character is not so much the personality as it is the development of a relationship in the storyline. Relationships, both romantic and otherwise, are beautiful things that connect peoples' hearts together. The Tsundere character seems very difficult to deal with (if not downright repulsive), and it is understandable that such characters often are presented as "loners."
However, the difficulty of approaching such a person can serve to highlight the strength of the friendship or bond that is able to pierce through the Tsundere's outer shell. The closer you get to someone, the more that someone can hurt you. Yet there is a sense in which people desire intimacy--the freedom to be vulnerable around a close companion, and not be afraid of being hurt. It's probably normal to have the internal struggle in which you desire intimacy but at the same time fear rejection, resulting in what might be interpreted as "Tsundere"--although I don't think there's a need to stick a "Tsundere" label on yourself. It's just a sad thing if/when your significant other can't understand the conflict that goes on in your heart.

In anime anyways, I do get a good laugh whenever I see the Tsundere-like behavior taking place, mostly because of the absurdity of the denials ("It's not like I got up at 5am to prepare this bento for you because I like you or anything!"). They're cute when they are helplessly in love--perhaps I feel this way because I haven't yet experienced it so strongly. (Un)Fortunately, people in real life are not nearly as easy to read. Thus, I could not say for sure that I've ever seen a Tsundere, much less been attracted to one. If I was, I didn't know she was a Tsundere...

In general, I think that any initial attraction to a person, Tsundere personality or not, will eventually be dwarfed by the ensuing relationship that develops. Attraction may be what first brings people together, but how they treat and value each other is what ultimately determines the outcome. This kind of love is cultivated through daily interactions--simple gestures of kindness, enjoying a moment of peace or laughter, etc., and over time, becomes much stronger than a simple attraction based on a person's social behavior. The degree to which a person values his/her companion is important as well. If someone loves you to the point that you haven't earned this love, then there is nothing you can do to make him/her stop loving you.

(IMHO)
Posted 7/27/12

sasukeuzi wrote:


iSilentScream wrote:

I am a tsundere and I'm freaking proud of it


the thing about tsundere's is that they actually refuse to accept OR call themselves tsunderes


I was before. and now I'm full of myself denying the obvious
Posted 7/27/12

NothingLikeYou wrote:

I've had enough of mean girls... Wouldn't mind a nice girl one day...


I'll tell you right now, don't trust the nice ones.
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Posted 7/27/12

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.


i don't think i could
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Posted 7/27/12
I'm a tsundere but I don't like tsunderes myself. I only call myself a tsundere because I am generally nice and friendly to people but once I meet a person that either I think I could start really liking or they seem to like me, I get all defensive and try to ignore that person so it doesn't look like I'm/they are trying to get closer to get something in return. That basically most likely blocks me from any type of relationship with anyone but I don't like commitments anyway; very limiting; really fond of my privacy and freedom.
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Posted 7/27/12

karmacide wrote:


NothingLikeYou wrote:

I've had enough of mean girls... Wouldn't mind a nice girl one day...


I'll tell you right now, don't trust the nice ones.


Well I meant nice as in who she is not just a surface facade.
Posted 7/27/12 , edited 7/27/12

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?


It wouldn't be so bad IF: the bold areas were not part of the description, because without those parts you're really just a tough chick. I've met a lot of tough chicks. And tough chicks are hot, so long as they have limit. A tough chick is competent, competitive and knows how to joke around but also when to be serious. But tough chicks stop being women and start being bitches when she can't show some level of affection or that she cares about the people she's with. And NO ONE likes a goddamn bitch. If you open up a bit more and maybe just relax with your guys when you're with them, you might have less break ups. Your call though, it's up to you to change. Personally if you make no changes whatsoever and I was your guy I would absolutely hate you after awhile, because I'd think you hated me first or that you can just treat me like crap and expect me to come back like a whipped dog. Sorry babe but our pride even in the wimpiest of men doesn't allow for us to take that kind of treatment for long. We'll go somewhere we feel appreciated.
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Posted 7/27/12
i just like the attitude type girls who seem tsundere seem more attractive
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