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"Real life" anime girl
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Posted 10/24/12
they can at least smile..but not feeling it , kinda creepy if ya ask me.
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Posted 10/24/12
So, she can see with those eyes right? It looks like her face is a mask.
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wingz74 wrote:

....more scary than anything i will say but one positive thing though, shes got cute clothes.
also wonder what anime characters is she looking at?


Good question. I wonder what kind of anime is available in Bulgaria o_O I think that is one of the strangest concepts for me to wrap my head around... you would think that if someone was going to fashion themselves into a living anime character, that it would be from a country that is generally more associated with having more of an anime sub-culture. A little research shows that Bulgaria's first anime convention/cosplaying event was in 2006, that is comparatively recent to most other countries. Perhaps it is the new newness of anime's popularity in Bulgaria combined with the "living doll" phenomenon, which is absurdly popular there an in other Slavic European countries and Russia, that the first "anime girl" popped up from that region.

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One thing that I find really frightening is that according to a lot of research behind the rising popularity of "living dolls" (Anastasiya/"anime girl" already has nearly 30,000 likes on her Facebook page and only joined in July of this year; the "living Barbie" Valeria Lukyanova's page already has over half a million likes) as well as the increased normalcy of getting plastic surgery (particularly in Asian countries, mainly South Korea)... a lot of experts are saying that such extremes in cosmetic surgery (i.e. looking like a doll and homogenizing the general "beauty" asthetic for the population causing more and more people to look increasingly alike after undergoing cosmetic surgery) will become increasingly popular and normal to the point that in several decades, it could be a societal norm. How scary is that? What happened to beauty in variety and being in the eye of the beholder?
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Posted 10/24/12 , edited 10/24/12
in one of the pictures she looks like that Girl Sawako/Sadako from show Kimi ni Todoke

Huge scary eyes!!!!!
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killbethy wrote:


wingz74 wrote:

....more scary than anything i will say but one positive thing though, shes got cute clothes.
also wonder what anime characters is she looking at?


Good question. I wonder what kind of anime is available in Bulgaria o_O I think that is one of the strangest concepts for me to wrap my head around... you would think that if someone was going to fashion themselves into a living anime character, that it would be from a country that is generally more associated with having more of an anime sub-culture. A little research shows that Bulgaria's first anime convention/cosplaying event was in 2006, that is comparatively recent to most other countries. Perhaps it is the new newness of anime's popularity in Bulgaria combined with the "living doll" phenomenon, which is absurdly popular there an in other Slavic European countries and Russia, that the first "anime girl" popped up from that region.

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One thing that I find really frightening is that according to a lot of research behind the rising popularity of "living dolls" (Anastasiya/"anime girl" already has nearly 30,000 likes on her Facebook page and only joined in July of this year; the "living Barbie" Valeria Lukyanova's page already has over half a million likes) as well as the increased normalcy of getting plastic surgery (particularly in Asian countries, mainly South Korea)... a lot of experts are saying that such extremes in cosmetic surgery (i.e. looking like a doll and homogenizing the general "beauty" asthetic for the population causing more and more people to look increasingly alike after undergoing cosmetic surgery) will become increasingly popular and normal to the point that in several decades, it could be a societal norm. How scary is that? What happened to beauty in variety and being in the eye of the beholder?


I think they have so many likes because it's bizarre, not normal, and people flock to that sort of stuff.
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Posted 10/24/12
Well. this is an example of what NOT to do with your life
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Posted 10/24/12

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wingz74 wrote:

is it bad that i want to see her move just so i could freak out. shed be great in a museum...or a haunted/ abandoned house.though id rather look at a manniquen they arent abstract art


I would pee my pants if she did move.


the joys of having a spare pair of pants in your backpack and actually using them
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killbethy wrote:


wingz74 wrote:

....more scary than anything i will say but one positive thing though, shes got cute clothes.
also wonder what anime characters is she looking at?


Good question. I wonder what kind of anime is available in Bulgaria o_O I think that is one of the strangest concepts for me to wrap my head around... you would think that if someone was going to fashion themselves into a living anime character, that it would be from a country that is generally more associated with having more of an anime sub-culture. A little research shows that Bulgaria's first anime convention/cosplaying event was in 2006, that is comparatively recent to most other countries. Perhaps it is the new newness of anime's popularity in Bulgaria combined with the "living doll" phenomenon, which is absurdly popular there an in other Slavic European countries and Russia, that the first "anime girl" popped up from that region.

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One thing that I find really frightening is that according to a lot of research behind the rising popularity of "living dolls" (Anastasiya/"anime girl" already has nearly 30,000 likes on her Facebook page and only joined in July of this year; the "living Barbie" Valeria Lukyanova's page already has over half a million likes) as well as the increased normalcy of getting plastic surgery (particularly in Asian countries, mainly South Korea)... a lot of experts are saying that such extremes in cosmetic surgery (i.e. looking like a doll and homogenizing the general "beauty" asthetic for the population causing more and more people to look increasingly alike after undergoing cosmetic surgery) will become increasingly popular and normal to the point that in several decades, it could be a societal norm. How scary is that? What happened to beauty in variety and being in the eye of the beholder?


if all this plastic becomes the norm then the life expectancy rate would plumet too since alot of people cant afford real plastic surgery and are just injecting themselves with things like corn syrup. i agree what happened to natural beauty and small amounts of make up on certain occasions society gets lower every day, and if it does become the norm ill beome a hermit and live in a forest somewhere.
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