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Finding a woman/man that's into Anime/Video-games
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Posted 8/29/12

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We exist Even in Georgia. Go to some conventions.



which ones i know of AWA and MoMO con
Posted 8/29/12 , edited 8/29/12
I know a few including myself but sadly but no one in Georgia and did you try looking at those geek dating website you might find someone on there.

Good luck
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Well, dont give up man, i live in panama(south america) and here is pretty difficult to find girls with the same interest that me but they exist actually i date with once a few months ago :), you just need to look for one if you fin it, just try to go ahead for her ñ_ñ

regards
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Leila2041 wrote:

I know a few including myself but sadly but no one in Georgia and did you try looking at those geek dating website you might find someone on there.

Good luck


thanks
Posted 8/29/12
Yes, we do exist.
Seemingly enough it is, or may have been, so rare that people found it unbelievable.
I still remember back when I played WoW; the phrase "Wow, really?? You're a girl?" was much too common and, to some extent, annoying.

I agree with a few users here. Going to conventions is probably a good idea. I mean, seriously now, compare the following situations.
Situation 1: You're at a club or a party or just out and you spot a pretty girl, you walk over and try to strike up a conversation. Chances are she may think you're creepy, her looks may be deceiving etc. etc.
Situation 2: You're at a convention cosplaying as, for example, Chrono from Chrono Crusade and you spot a pretty girl cosplaying as Rosette and you go over and strike up a conversation; you already have confirmed you share the same interests and it's by no means strange to walk up to a stranger and begin roleplaying and then take it from there.

Goodluck.
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Posted 8/29/12

-dasidorawa wrote:

Yes, we do exist.
Seemingly enough it is, or may have been, so rare that people found it unbelievable.
I still remember back when I played WoW; the phrase "Wow, really?? You're a girl?" was much too common and, to some extent, annoying.

I agree with a few users here. Going to conventions is probably a good idea. I mean, seriously now, compare the following situations.
Situation 1: You're at a club or a party or just out and you spot a pretty girl, you walk over and try to strike up a conversation. Chances are she may think you're creepy, her looks may be deceiving etc. etc.
Situation 2: You're at a convention cosplaying as, for example, Chrono from Chrono Crusade and you spot a pretty girl cosplaying as Rosette and you go over and strike up a conversation; you already have confirmed you share the same interests and it's by no means strange to walk up to a stranger and begin roleplaying and then take it from there.

Goodluck.


i dont know why people do that or did that shit if i saw or heard a girl playing WoW i instantly thought she was awesome

and im more of a convention goer that a club kinda guy
Posted 8/29/12

eternalchaos4200 wrote:


-dasidorawa wrote:

Yes, we do exist.
Seemingly enough it is, or may have been, so rare that people found it unbelievable.
I still remember back when I played WoW; the phrase "Wow, really?? You're a girl?" was much too common and, to some extent, annoying.

I agree with a few users here. Going to conventions is probably a good idea. I mean, seriously now, compare the following situations.
Situation 1: You're at a club or a party or just out and you spot a pretty girl, you walk over and try to strike up a conversation. Chances are she may think you're creepy, her looks may be deceiving etc. etc.
Situation 2: You're at a convention cosplaying as, for example, Chrono from Chrono Crusade and you spot a pretty girl cosplaying as Rosette and you go over and strike up a conversation; you already have confirmed you share the same interests and it's by no means strange to walk up to a stranger and begin roleplaying and then take it from there.

Goodluck.


i dont know why people do that or did that shit if i saw or heard a girl playing WoW i instantly thought she was awesome

and im more of a convention goer that a club kinda guy


They were surprised, I guess?

Either way that was my point. Conventions are a more natural environment for developing new relations. It's not like you're going to find a girl at a convention who either hates anime or games. There are tonnes of nice girls at convention, I can vouch for that. I say don't worry too much about whether a girl you meet there is going to be your potential girlfriend or not, just let it occur naturally and you'll be fine.
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Oh really? I haven't yet tried it out but an acquaintance of mine IRL found his fiance through OKcupid. He said that geek2geek has a lot of inactive profiles (I was talking to him about trying it out)
I just think Match.com is more for hookups and eharmony.com is more for normal people LOL
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Oh really? I haven't yet tried it out but an acquaintance of mine IRL found his fiance through OKcupid. He said that geek2geek has a lot of inactive profiles (I was talking to him about trying it out)
I just think Match.com is more for hookups and eharmony.com is more for normal people LOL


i cant speak for match.com, but eharmony seems to be for 30+ people, and pretty much just normals. Im not knocking Okcupid though. Ive just had no luck haha
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i cant speak for match.com, but eharmony seems to be for 30+ people, and pretty much just normals. Im not knocking Okcupid though. Ive just had no luck haha


Well I was leaning towards only trying out OKcupid but now I guess I'll try out both so thanks for the input.

LOL that's kind of funny cause I was thinking I'd try EHarmony out if I was still single at 30 XD

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Posted 8/29/12

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eternalchaos4200 wrote:


-dasidorawa wrote:

Yes, we do exist.
Seemingly enough it is, or may have been, so rare that people found it unbelievable.
I still remember back when I played WoW; the phrase "Wow, really?? You're a girl?" was much too common and, to some extent, annoying.

I agree with a few users here. Going to conventions is probably a good idea. I mean, seriously now, compare the following situations.
Situation 1: You're at a club or a party or just out and you spot a pretty girl, you walk over and try to strike up a conversation. Chances are she may think you're creepy, her looks may be deceiving etc. etc.
Situation 2: You're at a convention cosplaying as, for example, Chrono from Chrono Crusade and you spot a pretty girl cosplaying as Rosette and you go over and strike up a conversation; you already have confirmed you share the same interests and it's by no means strange to walk up to a stranger and begin roleplaying and then take it from there.

Goodluck.


i dont know why people do that or did that shit if i saw or heard a girl playing WoW i instantly thought she was awesome

and im more of a convention goer that a club kinda guy


They were surprised, I guess?

Either way that was my point. Conventions are a more natural environment for developing new relations. It's not like you're going to find a girl at a convention who either hates anime or games. There are tonnes of nice girls at convention, I can vouch for that. I say don't worry too much about whether a girl you meet there is going to be your potential girlfriend or not, just let it occur naturally and you'll be fine.

im going to dragon con tommorrow and will be their for 4 days so i hope something happens and thanks for the input its always good to have advice from women IMO
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DesidusRyke wrote:

There are far more of them now then there was when I was dating I can tell you that much. Good luck!


luck never seems to be on my side


Geez don't I know how that goes, my luck or lack thereof sucks as well. However in regards to women, treat all women like they are treasures regardless of interest in them. Though I know they say nice guys finish last, but it is not true in the case of women. The shallow ones end up with shallow guys and regardless of how good they look they are welcome to those girls in my opinion, waste of time.
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It shouldn't be that hard. Just look up an anime club in your area or something. We're everywhere.
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-dasidorawa wrote:

Yes, we do exist.
Seemingly enough it is, or may have been, so rare that people found it unbelievable.
I still remember back when I played WoW; the phrase "Wow, really?? You're a girl?" was much too common and, to some extent, annoying.

I agree with a few users here. Going to conventions is probably a good idea. I mean, seriously now, compare the following situations.
Situation 1: You're at a club or a party or just out and you spot a pretty girl, you walk over and try to strike up a conversation. Chances are she may think you're creepy, her looks may be deceiving etc. etc.
Situation 2: You're at a convention cosplaying as, for example, Chrono from Chrono Crusade and you spot a pretty girl cosplaying as Rosette and you go over and strike up a conversation; you already have confirmed you share the same interests and it's by no means strange to walk up to a stranger and begin roleplaying and then take it from there.

Goodluck.


WoW as much as I don't understand its vast and longlasting popularity (more can't believe the longlasting part). I think it is a major reason there are so many females gaming now. It kind of brought a huge female base to videogames. LOL and the reason for peoples response wasn't because of the fact that there were no women, more that there are so many men that run around as female characters (which I have always found odd *shrugs* but to each their own). So when a female character turned out to be an actual female behind the wheel, we are like really?
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I went to an anime convention before (my first time actually) and their was TONS of girls their who liked anime and games. You just have to go to the places they gather. I just wish I didn't go on the last day of said convention because I was only their for like 2 hours before they closed it up. Man I'm still mad to this day because of that

I don't go to anime conventions to see girls though. I go their to meet any fans of the person I'm cosplaying, so in other words fans of Gintama. Do you know finding a RL Gintama fan in America is like finding a needle in a haystack lol.

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