Perfect wife material only
(Not your waifu, only perfect wife material)
-Cooks delicious meals for you
Ryou from Koufuku Graffiti. She would cook delicious food for you when you get home, she's cute as fuck and she's more than healthy enough to bear your children.
i should film a video of that whore getting gangbanged by 5 different old fat fucks. then send that to you along with some divorce papers.
only thing she can give birth to is somalian children
By wife material I think OP means willing to take care of your sorry ass. If that's the case, I'm willing to admit my waifu's not wife material.
>Implying any answer is better than this
Literally the perfect wife
>is sexy and knows how to use sex appeal to get what she wants
>Independent woman who will call you out on your bullshit but at the same time knows how to be dere and treat you kindly
>Is serious, reliable, and dedicated to her man
Literally the model woman.
>wife material != you're waifu
That's not how wafus work.
I don't know how I can put it to words, though. When you pile up a huge amount of positive features, the character becomes less human. Therefore "waifu" in purest sense is an idealized being that lacks the traits that 3DPD have, but in this way, becomes something unrealistic and unattainable. And for another matter, which is of course only dependent on the way character is build, overly cute and moe character you feel attached towards is not a person who you'd want to carry your children. I don't know if that makes any sense.
No. No, it doesn't. If she's so idealised that she doesn't feel like a real person, instead of waifuing I'd spam about how the author is shit on /a/. And it's exactly because I'm attached towards her that I want her to be the mother of my children.
Well, she's lesbian though ;_;
>no mention of Hiro
Even Ume-sensei knows that she's wife material.
I don't think the author is shit, but still realize the work is about unrealistic, idealized beings. Pic related.
As I said, what you feel is pretty much subjective. A perfection can be a huge turn-on for some people, but I think it takes only a little bit of effort and analysis to realize many anime characters are very plastic.