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You will never win at life like melonpan
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A lot of people do the same with their cars and other things. Besides he not hurting anybody or himself. So there not problem here.

Your logic is flaw. When he star making a cult. Then you are right. Otherwise you are exaggerating.

I guess I am disturb too since I have PS4 that cost 400 dollars.


Wrong. It is not only the money spent, but more-so how he treats this 2D creation - like she is real. That is what is disturbing.

There is a difference between collecting/buying things for your hobby/something you love, and then acting and treating that object like they're a living thing - and even then, there are different levels. He's crossed them. To me, that is disturbing and being disturbed.


And sorry but to be considered disturbed you need to meet certain conditions.

When he hurting somebody or hurting himself then it become disturbed.

All I see is a man who really obsessed that all. When he star saying he want to die so he can met Asuna. Then he officially disturbed.

In any case this for his psychologist to determine. Not us.
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You will never win at life like melonpan


I don't think that real but if is. I give him points for having balls to do that.
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Since people don't deserve each other anymore, a waifu is a perfectly viable surrogate for men to have. We're only breeding at a certain rate, which is less than 1% of the total population. Have all the waifus you want. Be waifu polygamists and masturbate happily to your underage catgirls. XDDD nya!
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KarenAraragi wrote:


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You will never win at life like melonpan


I don't think that real but if is. I give him points for having balls to do that.




You don't believe in melonpan?
Posted 6/27/15

I believe in the Hestia religion. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2015-05-28/male-hestia-cosplayer-asks-is-it-wrong-to-pick-up-dudes-in-a-dungeon/.88651



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Oh god, it's Man-Faye!
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Article in Forbes about man who does not have waifu.

By all standards, John Wong is a regular man. Every day, like any other decent citizen, he comes home from work and kisses his wife. The only little detail that makes him stand out from the rest is that right after that, he does NOT kiss his waifu. Why, will you ask? Has he no love or respect for his other significant other? Can this really be that he does not have his waifu's poster in his house? The answer is more shocking: this man actually has no waifu.

We asked his 3D wife, Linda, what was her first reaction when she found that the man she married to had such a special trait about him:

- At first, of course, I was shocked. But we had a serious conversation, and, I think, I managed to, at least partially, understand his views. Conversation with my husbando, I mean, not with John. I still find it weird at times, but that's only when I think, which I try to avoid.

Mr. Chen, owner of the local anime store, explains: there're these two new guys in the neighborhood who never buy any dakimakuras or even visit my shop. They sure get some weird looks and laughs behind their back now and then, but in general people just don't really believe them. Like, thinking they hide waifus in closets and lie about not having them to look cool or something.

John Wong himself insists there is nothing wrong with his eccentric life style:

- One day it will be perfectly normal to have no waifu. Now there're may be 5-10 of us in entire country, so people really don't know how to react. We have our site and forum where we share funny stories about situations we've been through cause of this. I have this a lot on business meetings at my work: when introduced to someone, after saying names and job titles - that is, when you naturally tell your waifu's name - and I suddenly say I don't have one - there's always that period of silence. In some cases person just turns around and leaves, but most of the time I'm complimented for making a good joke.
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Among all the magazines I like Forbes the most. I'm not so sure about the reason... I guess it's all about articles about internet marketing. I .know that these guys http://www.netgeron.com/ write articles for forbes and they're definitely great and worth reading. Have you read their articles? Have you heard about them before?
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teallerina wrote:

I feel painfully embarrassed for this deeply disturbed person.


Obsessed yes but disturbed is he not.


He's spent over $500 just on merchandise of her, he speaks of her as if she were an actual person with actual accomplishments and he remains happy with a 2D character.

Yes...I'd say he's disturbed.


Have you heard of third wave feminism? They developed political view points based on theories that were derived in metaphysical social constructs and have been presenting them to influence law...

I'd say this guy is pretty sane in comparison. At lease he loves something.
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