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Posted 9/26/14 , edited 9/26/14

HuastecoOtaku wrote:

I have a friend whose fiancee doesn't let him watch anime.


You said fiancee though, that's no good.
Posted 9/26/14 , edited 9/26/14

DG_Nick wrote:


HuastecoOtaku wrote:

I have a friend whose fiancee doesn't let him watch anime.


You said fiancee though, that's no good.


They've broken up fourteen times. My friend keeps count...
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Posted 9/26/14

HuastecoOtaku wrote:


DG_Nick wrote:


HuastecoOtaku wrote:

I have a friend whose fiancee doesn't let him watch anime.


You said fiancee though, that's no good.


They've broken up fourteen times. My friends keeps count...


That's just too much.. it's time to move on at that point. I once had a boyfriend for 7+ years and it came to the point where we were only together because we were both scared of dating and we only knew each other and he was really manipulative and emotionally abusive. It's really emotionally and psychologically detrimental and when we finally broke up it was ugly.
Posted 9/26/14 , edited 9/26/14


I wish he would realize this girl isn't for him.
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Posted 9/26/14 , edited 11/9/14
My current boyfriend likes anime but doesn't often go out of his way to watch it or anything. He plays an awful lot of video games though - I'd say he's about as nerdy with gaming as I am with anime and anime figures. But I find that this works better than most of my previous relationships that actually were with anime fans.

I do have a few friends that are in super anime-nerdy relationships though. It's really cute to see them together. =3
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Posted 9/26/14
rare but not impossible apparently
Posted 9/26/14

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My friend is such a nice guy that he agreed not to watch any anime.


I bet she watches yaoi.
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Posted 9/26/14 , edited 9/26/14
It's a lot harder to find someone with otaku tastes, but they are definitely around. I have quite a few good stories of friends finding nerdy companions, so I think there's lots of potential for otakus if we are searching in the right places.
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HuastecoOtaku wrote:

I have a friend whose fiancee doesn't let him watch anime.
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She is so insecure she gets jealous of fictional female characters.



Please tell him (again, and again) to GTFO of that relationship. Somebody that wants to change who you are does not love you.

My wife cosplays my waifu, and personally identifies with her. She has even cosplayed some of the figures she got for me on Christmas while she game them to me. And she has her own waifu.

The dream life is possible folks. Find your own weird otaku significant other. Don't settle for somebody that forces you to give up all that you love. That's not love.

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is there like a closest to reality otaku to otaku relationship without looking some kind of weirdos when you're together

Looking like weirdos is the fun part. Embrace it. Who cares what the mundanes think? They are so bored all they can do is hate.
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Posted 9/26/14
Its almost impossible to find people that also like anime.
I hope I get to have a nerdy/otaku companion in the future.
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Kaldar5 wrote:

Looking like weirdos is the fun part. Embrace it. Who cares what the mundanes think? They are so bored all they can do is hate.


I totally got your point but what if one of the mundanes is your like mom or dad. I mean you can't be totall happy with your significant other if your parents are in good terms with your significant other.
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Posted 9/27/14 , edited 9/27/14
Guess it depends. I have a cousin who is married to someone who likes anime. She looks away, rolling her eyes when we talk about it. We try to keep it at a minimum.

However, I have seen anime/manga fan couples walk around in an anime store I go to. They couple cosplay and pick out which out poster or what anime they find interesting. I think its always nice to see couples, friends, or two people in general share what hobbies and things they like.
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GenericJohn wrote:

Its almost impossible to find people that also like anime.
I hope I get to have a nerdy/otaku companion in the future.


Find out what fujoshis & fangirls are into. Find a character from those anime or manga you would look good cosplaying. Cosplay that character shamelessly. If necessary, make it an even more kinky version. Go to an anime conventions. Be friendly but cool, reserved and confidant, and flash a smile every once in while. Be hard to impress. Don't drool. Shower regularly.

Girls will ask if they can hug you if you happen to be cosplaying a char they like. Say yes. Be interested in what they like and listen. Say you are glad to have met them. Ask what they are doing next.

Believe me, guys take so little effort at looking good these days you will truly shine if you do this. I have many convention stories to share of this working wonderfully, and quite a few interesting relationships from it. I'll avoid going into sexy detail

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Thank you
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