What happens when a yandere looses their significant other? What if the boy/whoever died? What do they do then? I cannot recall seeing this kind of thing in any anime or manga. The yandere is not rejected remember, he dies. What then? What does the yandere do?
>both yandere and tsundere
Having known several IRL yanderes both in and out of mental hospitals, the will justify a way to completely hate and reject their former object of obsession while latching on to another even more crazily
They exist, and they're horrifying. Honestly, if you have a facebook, although it's not as strong as in anime, you can typically find some girl you happen to be friends with who posts creepy up-to-the-second updates on their obsessive love life. Even outside of ones I would classify as IRL yanderes I've known plenty of girls with twisted expectations of absolute, exclusive love that is obviously fueled by deep-seated disorders and insecurities.
>I think Yanderes are the best dere, but not the stereotypical kind.
>The ones that will literally kill themselves if they ever lose you because their whole lives circle around your love.
I also think this.
There are plenty of "attractive" female yanderes, but in the end they will always be inferior to 2D because of how emotionally fucked up they are. I'm not going to deal with that shit in real life.
>tfw I knew a perfect tsundere irl.
>tfw I didn't make a move.
>tfw looking back she was totally into me.
>What if the boy/whoever died? What do they do then? I cannot recall seeing this kind of thing in any anime or manga.
How can you have never seen School Days?
clearly you dont understand how quads work. The more repeating digits you have the more correct your opinion is. are you new?
If their love interest dies they go for a cruise