>tfw I will never go on an anime-like adventure
>tfw I will never solve a chain of murders with friends
>tfw I will never stop somebody from destroying the world
>tfw I will never sacrifice my life so my friends can move forward with whatever goal they have
>tfw I will never EVER live through something more grandiose than the boring, mundane life that almost everybody else also deals with
Anime, video games, film, literature. They all poison the mind with these fantastical flights of fantasy. They display what life will NEVER become, and help remind you that every day you live and breath is going to never be what you were raised into wanting to experience.
This feel is a terrible, terrible feel.
Every time. Every fucking time I immerse myself in fiction I emerge knowing that none of that shit could possibly happen to me.
Ironically, I'm a fucking bitch for romance in anime. Just to fill the void a little bit.
I never finish stuff because of this exact feel. It's a fucking issue. I'll read, watch or play something and drop it near the conclusion.
Because every time I let it end I feel emptier than I felt before. And I don't know how emptier I can get.
Anime and vidya are for children. Books and movies are merely entertainment. Nothing poisons your mind more than laziness, senpai. If you're so unmoved by reality and you're such a creative tour-de-force, you should try writing a book or a film script. Make your own reality.
This is me. I'm not a very deep or introspective person and tend to imagine myself in situations that are directly related to the circumstance I'm in at the time.
Anime was interesting for me because it would stick with me for longer than a normal movie would, allowing me to imagine myself as a better person for a little bit longer.
Best mode of escapism hands down.
this might be an obscure feel, but does anyone feel the power of meme magic affecting their lives as they immerse themselves more and more?
its hard to explain but it kind of manifests as ridiculous luck
>write a film script
this is what I've been doing and I'm slowly getting into the industry. NEET life gives you a lot of time to write.
Doesn't change the fact that these things create voids and holes in our minds that slowly awaken us to how shit reality is. I'm glad you're mentally strong enough to understand literature and film are entertainment, and are above anime and vidya. Some of us aren't though.
>ywn sail the Grand-line with your friends
>ywn go to the after-life to save your waifu
>ywn become a ninja god and save the world
>ywn hunt for your dad
>ywn go to a magic academy and get a harem
>ywn get to fight with the most bro-est of friends
>ywn spaghetti mutually with your waifu towards each other in a romantic comedy
>YOU WILL LITERALLY, DEFINITELY, ABSOLUTELY, NEVER EVER live a fun life