>characters fall in love and are happy
>get legitimately sad
That's why I stopped watching anime
I broke down two days ago when I finished Highschool DxD.
That anime was objectively shit, but at the end I couldn't hold my tears.
All the honest love, friendship and triumph for such an ordinary guy.
Fighting until death for his beloved Rias.
They fly away on a drake.
They are all happy.
Enjoying their lives to the fullest extent
I spent 15 minutes hysterically crying and slamming myself against a wall.
I love watching romance anime.
Makes me feel so good.
Maybe it's delusional for me to think that maybe, just maybe there's a fraction of a chance that I'll meet that perfect and pure irl waifu.
I'm happy living with this delusion.
Since its Valentines Day, what is an animoo/mango that will make my heart go ~dokidoki~?
For me i think it's the opposite when I watch shit like that - it's an escape from reality and I tend to revel in it rather than relate my own life to the story, since it itself is fiction and often does not reflect the real world, it's not worth getting down about.
That's why I don't watch shitty shounen where the faggy MC get's the cutest girl.
I usually skip romance or sex scens. If they happen to be common, I quit watching the series.
Thank god there are animes without that crap. GitS for example.
I had to quit anime too, it just makes me feel so lonely and miserable afterwards and it sticks with me for days
go watch KareKano, it's good. There's a lot less "and then MC fell on top of her and his hand was on her boob!" sort of shit.
>Everyone crucial to the plot dies at the end of S1
>Happy as no romance arc full of shit
>Sad it's not going to have a second series
My teen rom com
that is why i continue, i think i might be a masochist..the pain is nice and at the same time it's not... help
>Watching shit tier anime
>Very sad arc
>Gives me incredible sad feelings
seen both, I partly agree but the ending is never good enough to please me.
It's what makes us feel alive, the prove that we still aren't dead.
I often get angry and manage to channel my anger into doing stuff it is what makes me go again for some time. (but it doesn't work reliably, pushing me into days of selfpity )
This tbqh, I seem to cry at anything dramatic, I probably have a giant case of shit taste, even typical power of friendship stuff makes me cry. It makes me feel fucking pathetic
Finally got around to watching this after having it in my backlog for years.
It's fucking boring as shit. Watched too much to drop it now though.
got me cus she had this strange sad smile in the first season ... it was getting to me
Sukitte Ii na yo
she is a qt, probably the closest you can get to be my waifu
I am vulnerable to the simplest tricks of film.
The right music alone can push me into the state of feel and cry.
You shouldn't use terms like "shoujoshit" in the first place.
This is what almost everyone does now. They create these purposefully vague categories like "moeshit" and "fujoshit" and "haremshit" and "shounenshit," declare they are bad, and then judge all anime by whether they appear to fall into those categories.
To Heart doesn't have romance per se, but you could say it's romantic.
>watch Non Non Biyori
>get to the end
>start crying my eyes out because I'll never experience that type of childlike wonder and friendship
Even if my life gets better, there's so much I've missed out on that I'll never be able to recapture.
can any of you niggers reccomend me good romantic non-action animes? I have only watched "Ore Monogatari".
Thanks anon, I will look those names up.
what do you mean?
>watch Spirited Away
>remember all the good times I had watching it as a kid
>realize that I'll never be as happy or innocent as I was then
>realize that Chihiro will never be able to experience the mystery and wonder that of childhood again
I'm not nostalgic for my childhood, but I'm vicariously nostalgic for other peoples' childhoods, if that makes sense. Childhood is amazing and wonderful but mine was shitty and uneventful.