Does anyone here wear any autistic accessories like pic related? I wore this necklace for a while but after about a few days I could feel everyone's accusing eyes staring at me, I was also convinced people were laughing at me. I became very insecure, more so than I already was. I really thought it looked cool but figured it was too weebish and autistic to wear in public, I also like wearing this yin-yang necklace which I think is a bit less weebish than the Gurren Lagaan drill.
I also have some anime wristbands that I wanted to start wearing but I can already tell that having wrist bands with anime symbols on them is going to drive girls and people away so fast.
I wear pic related sometimes. I also bought that drill necklace for my
Little in my fraternity.
No that wasn't me fampai, also I'm far from a normalfag but I am insecure about myself, I don't have any self confidence.
I know most autistic betas are able to wear fedora's and weeb shit in public and not give a fuck what people think but I'm not at that level yet, I still get bothered by what people think or say.
I keep thinking "What if a girl likes me but they see me wearing my weeb accessories and suddenly they don't want to talk anymore" it just makes me feel like I'm blowing a lot of chances or opportunities that might come my way if I'm wearing a bunch of autistic accessories.
You seem like a giant normie chad to me but was your little a weeb? I don't expect people who are weebs to be apart of Greek Life but it was nice of you to buy him something at least.
Here's a few I have. I don't really wear them anymore but yeah. I'm not a huge autist but I definitely could have been one if I hadn't got my act together.
I guess you do make a good point even without the accessories they would have found out I liked anime eventually, also I guess I shouldn't be ashamed about it.
I know it will make me look mega autistic though compared to if I didn't wear it, there are a lot of weebs who probably don't wear anything autistic because they don't want to look autistic to everyone around them.
I don't even recognize any of these, is one of them suppose to be the Assassin's Creed symbol? Also the kunai/dagger looking one seems edgy as fuck and does that dogtag have the Mcdonald's logo on it?
Top is the fellowship leaf from LOTR.
Next is the Amulet of Talos from Skyrim.
Third is the Assassins Creed symbol.
Yeah that's from I worked at McDick back in high school. Gave me a dog tag for not punching some old bitch whining about fries. One time I got a water bottle
The first three would probably make you look autistic but usually video game necklaces aren't as bad as anime necklaces so you'd probably be fine wearing a Skyrim or AC necklace, and I doubt anyone would recognize the LOTR necklace unless they were super big lore nerds who know everything about the series and read the books.
I got away with the top two. A nerds around school actually really liked them.
Got teased a bit for the AC one, but everyone had a good laugh about McDonald's handing out dog tags.
Fucking kek, the way you said that was just funny about your
girlfriend, so what do you mean by "practice" like you two are dating but you are just pretending to like her and use her for sex or what?
First time I wore a shirt with Panty on it I felt the same way. Normies can sense your insecurity about wearing weeb shit. After a while I would forget I'm wearing a weeb ass shirt with a cartoon slut angel on it and nobody else cared anymore.
Basically pretend it's not there.
I found this square charm thing all beat up and fucked up in a parking lot. I assume someone dropped it so I picked it up, cleaned it as much as I could, and strung it into a necklace with shit I got at a crafts store. I like to think metaphorically. Yep it's autistic but coming from a videogame background where you loot bosses and wear their helmets I feel it fits.
not even religious
Yeah we met in our university library, she commented on my lotr nerd shit, then we were banging a few hour later. We've been dating like 3 months now and i basically just go to her dorm between classes to cum in her shithole or on her face if she's asleep.
This super cute girl at my Uni walks around in a Pikachu onesie sometimes, it's so fucking cute. She is like one of those petite emo girls with an amazing body and face.
I do think catgirl ears is a bit much though to wear in public, maybe if you were going to an anime convention, or perhaps some anime club gathering.
I have pic related. I have the night raid logo on my keychain right now but I don't think most people know what it is anyway.
It sounds more like FWB instead of full on dating to me, I guess she sees it as a relationship instead of FWB but the way you describe it, it sounds like a mostly sexual relationship.
I am a fairly small and fairly hairy man by the way. Am ~10 pounds from optimal weight and my hair nearly goes down to my waistline as well.
This is why I would be hesitant to wear such things outside of my own home.
Dont know if it counts as autistic or not but I wear pic related on a necklace.
It's an Australian WW1 childrens victory medal that my fiance bought for me after I finished my honours thesis about WW1.
>I just tuck it down into my shirt.
Holy fuck anon, now that's pretty autistic. Most people would just wear it in a ponytail.
I actually think that's pretty cool and a lot of history fanatics would be jealous I'm sure, most people probably wouldn't even recognize it or know what it is.
Who /naruto/ here?
Literally bought this sharingan necklace when I started losing weight. Keeps me motivated.
What do you guys think? It's from Hawaii handcarved from buffalo bone
I like naruto necklaces, I wanted to wear the necklace Naruto got from Tsunade, you know that green crystal necklace but I never bought it.
I also like Sharingan necklaces, I'd wear one if I owned one but all I have is a yin-yang necklace that I got at an anime convention. I don't have a picture of it but it's pretty cool looking and is made out of metal and not plastic so it doesn't look like I got it at the dollar store.
Shit, I also have an old medal that was my granddads. Don't wear it, though.
OHHHHH I see what you are saying, you put it in a ponytail and stuff down the back of your short? So nobody can see the ponytail? It kind of gives off an illusion that you have short hair?
I've seen some guys with long hair do this
>best friend moved out of state with less than 2 weeks warning summer after freshman year
>missed them the whole year, basically gave up on finding friends
>periodically text them, not too often because school but still common enough for parents to ask about them
>get a text from them nearing the end of the year
"hey anon! I get off from school a week before you do and I'll be in town for a while once your break starts. I don't really have a place to stay so would it be cool if I crash with you for a but while I still figure my shit out? "
>my family loved them so I said of course
>they come down and I remember what it was like to have a friend again
>about 3 weeks into the summer, birthday rolls around, turning 16, big deal
>they hand me this small ass box, maybe 2x2
>i get excited and open it
>inside is this necklace with a small wooden charm with no real definition, just a general shape and nice finish
>"your mom told me that you got pretty lonely this year so I pulled that together so you can remember me every day"
And to this day I have worn that necklace every day. Got made fun of for it for a while, didn't stop wearing it. It's been 5 years now.
WW2 service medal. But you're absolutely right to not wear it. I have my grandads service medals but I only wear them on Anzac day.
The only reason I wear the childrens medal is that it's not a service medal. It was given to all Australian children when the War ended, so it's a neat piece of history, but not connected to an actual soldier or anyones service.
Yeah, it just looks like a round pendant so it's pretty normal looking.
From the top
>a cheap Chinese knockoff of the LOTR leaf brooches
>Edgy mcedgypants pseudo-cross for fags
>Assassins creed logo that looks like it was chewed up and shat out by your dog
>a fucking Micky-Ds dog tag
OP,you're accessory is fine,stylish even.
None of the things in this picture are OK to wear out of your door.
to be be clear though, I don't wear that openly.... I will only wear it under my shirt if I'm wearing it out in public (unless I'm using it which I try to only do when alone). Most of the time in public though I just have it in my pocket.
Try wearing them under your first set of clothes but let the string visible. When someone is genuinely is interested they will ask what it is.
I wear my navy dog tags together with my grandfathers charm/dog tag (ww2 veteran), a jinjang and a fate/stay night cross. Not religious or anything. Charms are never looked up on when you are "normal".
I wear a necklace like this, but nicer looking and about the size of a half dollar. I also have one of those kandi-style bracelets with my IRC name on it that my IRC friend made for me. I wear them every day.
Othala rune around the neck or in a pocket as a keepsake/superstitious protection (particularly when traveling).
You wear all of those at once or?
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