>>12485439 If you have to ask the Internet for advice, kill yourself. You're just a repressed normalshit who's dying to get some smelly 3D pussy and hang out with the dudebros. If you like it that much and are so insecure about your own fucking feelings, go suck a few dicks until you become yet another neurotypical nigger.
>>12485477 Then why do you care so much about this? Thinking this is a bad thing only means you care about what others think of you. If you didn't truly care, you wouldn't even be asking this question.
I've heard they have some epic social advice forums on Reddit, you might want to fuck off there.
>>12485510 I know the whole "just get up and do it brah" stuff. I have tried but it didn't have any effect. I think it has made me feel even more intensely towards her and I think about her more often too.
>>12485592 Let it spill over into every aspect of your life, let the figma, posters, and body pillows pile up in your house. In the end, you'll wonder why you even didn't want to have waifu in the first place.
>>12485539 You can't make it happen if you cling to the "she's not real, she will never love you" belief. Having a love interest in a 2D begins first with extreme obsession and not the "shes mah faves" type of obsession. It's only then that the sense of being loved will emerge but it's doubtful that a normal person could achieve this.
>>12486357 I am the op. I know this can be great and beautiful for most people, but I am not one of them. I do not think this is how it's supposed to feel. I feel apprehensive all the time because of her, and I can no longer enjoy my favorite franchise. I admire her so much it makes me go mad. I would love if I could think of her normally but I can't. I don't know how to put it into words very well but what I feel isn't "good" when I know it should be. it feels like what I'm feeling is not what I'm supposed to feel, and I think this feels awful for both her and I.
>>12487692 Dante acknowledges his own prideful sin of thinking that he could reach bliss with intellect only. Virgil can not follow Dante into paradise, and so from then most what remains of the role of the guide is taken by Beatrice herself.
>>12487886 Beatrice was not necessarily Dante's muse, she was his first love that enabled him to understand the redemptive, selfless, and virtuous nature of love. Dante doesn't call upon Beatrice as a muse to inspire his writing in the Divine Comedy, first he calls on the actual muses themselves (connecting his work with the ancient epics), and then later on he calls on God Himself to give him inspiration.
Waifu isn't a muse in the original sense of the word. Whether or not a waifu could be a "muse" in the sense of something that inspires you depends entirely on the person in question. When you stop to think about it, Dante’s relationship to Beatrice was pretty much the same as that of a neckbear who gets a smile from that cute girl in one of his video games or Japanese cartoons.
>>12485539 >If there was a way to create an AI connected to an Onahole, that could feel when I touched it, then I would definitely want to date a 2D, but until then, it is just too painful. It's coming anon, slowly but surely. If you struggle long enough, you'll be among the first and last men who can say "I waited to see you for so long" in your holodeck. It will be bliss, and no other men will ever feel that. Think about it.
>>12488086 >holodeck If science fiction has taught us anything, it's that holodecks are bad news. Sooner or later you will be abducted by aliens who make the holodeck real and force you to fight the one you love in ridiculously contrived situations designed to test whether man is good or evil. Happens every time.
>>12487692 Dante's Divine Comedy may be a well written classic, but it's also hilariously pathetic.
It's nothing but Christian-Greek mashup with the author inserting himself as the protagonist (and the other characters in the story praise him as being the best writer in history and the smartest man who ever lived), and the plot centers around a girl named Beatrice pleading with God to let Dante visit her in heaven after seeing the rest of the afterlife.
Keep in mind that Dante had only spoken to Beatrice once in real life, when he was 8, then "loved her from afar" because he was too neckbeardy to approach her, then he went and wrote a whole epic fanfic about a quest to see her.
A guy who wanted to prove that Dante was a pussy(Can't remember the name, the whole book is filled with obscure shit about people from Florentine) so he walked up and slapped him in the face in a public square, and Dante pussied out and ran away. Then got his revenge years later by putting the guy in Hell in his fanfic. This seems like a common theme, that Dante put everyone who was mean to him in Hell. Didn't he write the book to get back at the authorities who exiled him from a city? What a fucking wimp. "I'm gonna write this and put all those guys in hell, that'll show them".
The Divine Comedy is self-insert fanfiction of a wimpy nerd with anti-social issues.
>>12488536 It must have been two or three years ago when that Japanese company was showing off that self-hugging jacket. More recently, there was a short clip of a guy wearing the rift, a tactile body suit, and and onahole. All I can tell you, my friend, is "Soon."
>>12488578 If you can find that clip, I'd appreciate it. You are talking of a full body suit, right? The next step would be to extend this to the face, while managing to make heat a non-issue. Also, odors without having to use a full rack of stuff. In the long term, I guess cyberbrain a-la GiTS would be the way to go.
>>12489150 Take OP. He wants to toss away the girl he loves because he can't fuck her without technology that will surely be perfected in the next few years. Take what you can get I say. There's always onaholes.
>On July 15, 1918, King wrote to Fitzgerald, telling of her engagement to William Mitchell, the son of her father's business associate. They married later that year and had three children. Then in 1937, she left Mitchell for businessman John T. Pirie, Jr. (of the Chicago department store Carson Pirie Scott & Company). That year she also met Fitzgerald for the last time in Hollywood; when she asked which character was based on her in The Beautiful and Damned, Fitzgerald replied, "Which bitch do you think you are?"
>>12485312 I feel quite bad saying this, but I would like to fuck Yayoi in the ass and make her perform oral sex on me. To me, it's always seemed as if Yayoi is half of a person, barely human. The only thing she's good for is pleasuring a man. You give her some food, give her some shelter, and she'll do anything you want her to do.
>>12491079 She is content with simple dishes and meager living accommodations. If you give her those things she'll practically be a slave to you. I would go vagina only so I can watch her cry while telling her fans why she's going to stop being an idol. The best way to degrade her.
>>12491104 >>12491079 You're both silly and don't know how to multi task. All idols have is their voice and their body, so oral sex is what they are best at. Why waste a load in her vagina when you can just ejaculate in her mouth, thus getting off and feeding her at the same time?
>>12487692 Beatrice was a woman Dante came to love when he was young, after 2 meetings with 8 or 9 years in between. She died at the age of 24 a few years later. His whole life he held her as an ideal. She brings him to heaven, because she is "love." He barely even knew her in any real sense. His whole masterpiece arose from some obsession he had with a beautiful girl he spoke to once, who probably had no idea who he was.
I love the idea of crafting a character out of some weird, complicated desire/fantasy you have and then having her escape from you because she becomes so real. Caddy in the Sound and the Fury, Anna Karenina. Dante's Beatrice is kind of a perfect example.
I say it on /x/ and I'll repeat it here: astral projection, thoughtforming (tulpa) and evocation. That's what you need to do to get her (or something like her) to be seen. If at first it doesn't work, keep going, eventuaIIy you'II get her, hard work pays off.
>>12493399 A tulpa is just deluding yourself until you begin to experience hallucinations. /x/ tier "It can pop out and kill you !" bullshit aside, it is very real, or rather it feels real for the person who made it.
>>12493408 In a fairier society, you'd be considered a shaman, there's nothing wrong with schizophrenia, it's a term invented by psychiatrists to suppress the more spirituaI peopIe whose behaviour cannot be expIained. >>12493399 >>12493424 It's been a thing Iong before /x/ (or rather /mIp/) picked it up. "thoughtforms", creations of the mind were/are a thing used by western occuItists, the term "tuIpa" itseIf comes from the eastern tradition and it's exactIy magicaI companions created by a person.
>>12493557 >it's exactIy magicaI companions created by a person. When someone creates a tulpa, what they do is just alter their perception to the point of seeing and hearing things. Don't fall for such fantastic things anon, you're selling your mind short.
>>12494517 Since he mentioned tulpa, I think he means having an out of body experience. Except instead of going to the stars or whatever like religious figures claim, he goes to 2D land. >>12495148 Let me rephrase. You're using means I think are underhanded in this specific situation. The guy says he is schizophrenic and this is painful for him, and you're trying to get to him in dishonest way.
>>12495333 How diligent were you during the forming process? How long did it take before you could see it, and when it started speaking on its own? How much did its final appearance change from your initial design?
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