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Caminante Nocturno - 2012-03-03

All of her relationships end in tragedy.

EvilHomer - 2012-03-03

Oh! They let you out already, I see!

they'reforyou - 2012-03-03

Jesus Christ, I just can't wrap my head around this anime obsessed subculture plaguing our youth. Its women are obnoxiously abrasive, and its men go on about how IF ONLY THIS IDEALIZED CARTOON CHARACTER WAS REAL THEY WOULD GET ME!!! Both sigh and "correct" you on the pronunciation of manga, and they throw a bitch fit if you refer to a manga as a comic (you know, because comics are simply pages consisting of art and text filled panels that tell a story, but manga is COMPLETELY different).

But if I may respond to MadThad0890 for just a moment, I know the perfect remedy to your situation:

Kill yourself. Or, in the very least, find some generic clothing that isn't plastered with anime characters, avoid the urge to plaster said clothing with iron-on stickers of anime characters, leave your bookbag that has three or four anime stuffed animals sticking out of its pockets at home, take a bath, and go somewhere constructive like a library, or where-ever it is kids these days meet potential mates who have substance beyond HEY DID YOU SEE THAT LAST EPISODE OF IN YOUR YASHA?

MacGyver Style Bomb - 2012-03-03

I think you're trying too hard.

they'reforyou - 2012-03-03

I probably am, MacGyver. It's just, literally the only benefit of attending a small, rural highschool was that I never encountered this kind of thing until college. And then it was the only thing I encountered ad nauseum. It simply annoys me to no end to see youth squandering their time trying to convince me how superior another country is because of its "deep" toons.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-03-03

They're called GRAPHIC NOVELS, you uncultured swine!

fedex - 2012-03-03

he said toons.

I'm getting the rope

Riskbreaker - 2012-03-03

Playing the internet psychologist here: from what i've seen, many of these guys seem to have grown in over-protective enviroments, thus why they couldn't develope proper tools to interact with others. That's the really fucked up thing, growing up in a bubble, then thrown into the real world just like that. It turns out whatever grandma, or dad in a drunk rant, might have said about romancing a girl doesn't apply to the real world, at all.

Also, some are truly just mental cases.

badideasinaction - 2012-03-03

No, they're called SEQUENTIAL ART, you uncultured swine!

EvilHomer - 2012-03-03

Actually, Kotonoha is from a VISUAL NOVEL. You'd know that, if you weren't all uncultured swines.

Also, as a former waifufag who spent most of middleschool convinced he was an otherkin astrally married to Sailor Moon, I'd say it's just too much imagination and not enough friends. Growing up around new-age idiots doesn't help, either.

garcet71283 - 2012-03-03

Laughing at EvilHomer right now

The Mothership - 2012-03-03

evilhomer, now your comments about hating those otherkin you met in the army make much more sense.

EvilHomer - 2012-03-03

Oh, I didn't hate them. I don't think I'm allowed to hate ANYBODY, not after being astrally married to Sailor Moon.


EvilHomer - 2012-03-03

OK, OK, since that KOTH video has got me stuck in "can't shut up" mode, I'll give you an example of how a waifu enthusiast's mind might work, from my own experience:

In the first season of Sailor Moon, there was an episode in which one of the characters, Tuxedo Masks, injures his shoulder. In the cartoon world, Tuxedo Mask is Sailor Moon's husband, so naturally, I had a feeling that he and I shared a connection. Now, that morning, before the episode had aired, I woke up with a stabbing pain IN THAT VERY SHOULDER. Eh? Eh? For weeks, I took that as I holy sign from the Astral God that Usagi and I were meant to be together.

Coincidences can be mighty profound, if you want them to be.

badideasinaction - 2012-03-03

EvilHomer, I tip my hat to your courage to tell us all this. Stars for courage, because I'm sure at least one "Sailor Moon Says" PSA segment covered that.

Caminante Nocturno - 2012-03-03

In Your of Yasha on the forty-five
Well, it's an In Your of Yasha on the forty-five
In Your of Yasha on the forty-five
Well, it's an In Your of Yasha on the forty-five

Everybody needs a waifu for a pillow
Everybody needs a waifu
Everybody needs a waifu for a pillow
Everybody needs a waifu
Everybody needs a waifu for a pillow
Everybody needs a waifu

Mine's on the forty-five

Old_Zircon - 2012-03-03

AMAZING, I woke up with a shooting pain in my shoulder yesterday and it's STILL THERE. EvilHomer must be MY waifu.

dairyqueenlatifah - 2012-03-03

Is anime even popular enough in the US anymore to care about the people obsessed with it?

Maybe it's just not very popular here in Ohio.

Anaxagoras - 2012-03-03

Unironic stars for EvilHomer's explanation. Those folks now make a little more sense to me.

memedumpster - 2012-03-04

Five for people on poeTV getting drunk on the weekends and then getting all confused and confessional.

pressed peanut sweepings - 2012-03-03

I wish I were dead.

fourthguy - 2012-03-03

Full disclosure - I added this guy to my Facebook friends a while back out of morbid curiosity, after seeing this:


I defriended him not long afterward because most of his status updates literally nauseated me. He constantly posted about jacking off, kid fucking, bestiality, etc. Most of his other friends seemed about as disgusting.

The news articles about his arrest:


During the time he was on my friend list, I gave him the benefit of the doubt and assumed the offensive posts were just shock-jock 4chan humor. In retrospect that was probably pretty dumb of me.

Jericho - 2012-03-03

Haha, wait, so he makes public facebook posts about fucking kids while he has child pornography on his computer?

Thad, you card!

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-03-03

Maybe he was trying to double-bluff the cops. Like a drug dealer painting "CRACK & HEROIN FOR SALE" on the side of their Lincoln Navigator, since nobody who actually sells it would do that... right?

The Townleybomb - 2012-03-03

It is literally always wrong not to assume the worst about otaku.

NewHeavenSalesman - 2012-03-04

There's just something about the text syntax in the photo replies that immediately makes me nervous and restless.

Syd Midnight - 2012-03-10

It says he's out on bond "with conditions that he wear a tether and not use the Internet." Problem solved!

dairyqueenlatifah - 2012-03-03

The biggest train wreck to grace PoETV since Chris-Chan.

American Standard - 2012-03-03


This guy isn't a fake?

Oh god.

Cena_mark - 2012-03-03

Had he stayed truly loyal to his Waifu he wouldn't have been busted for kiddie porn.

Caminante Nocturno - 2012-03-03

The only appropriate way for this to end is for his hard drive to stab him to death and then for that framed photo to decapitate his corpse and slice the hard drive open.

Cena_mark - 2012-03-03

His hard drive did stab him to death more or less. That's hard evidence. The framed picture is harmless. Am I missing some anime reference here. I'm not a weeaboo.

Spaceman Africa - 2012-03-03

He deserves to be arrested for saying "waifu" in real life.

candyheadrobot - 2012-03-04

he's doing it wrong, otaku laugh at forever alone. should have stuck to loli, shut up, and remained indoors for the duration. sad all the way around though.

Gmork - 2012-03-04

Dont stick up for otaku.

candyheadrobot - 2012-03-05

oh, I'm not sticking up for them, it's just that in this case those people at least give up on life properly, actively distancing themselves from humans altogether. sorry, but being an ex-weeaboo animu kid, watching this makes me cringe.

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