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Momimochi joined on May 15th, 2010, since that has made 2162 posts that are still accessible today, 15 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Momimochi has given 2260 upvotes, and was last online on Aug 1st, 2014.
Why live in an anime world?
THAT FUCKING HEART SHIT WITH THE HELP OF PHOTOSHOOOOPPPPP
So from now on I'll try to create a new thread every week (or other week, depending on the number of replies this one gets)
depending on the number of replies this one gets
Don't be a selective reader, DC.
This post was morbid.
i wanted to see more about games on computer,
Because when you travel to another fantasy world, there will definitely be computers. Sure. Do you even read the synopsis first.
but it's more like a gamble/lucky games anime
Are you sure you're watching the right show because half the time they're being Master Strategists.
WE NEED TO DO A FUCKING THING YOU HEAR. WE NEED TO. EVEN THOUGH TIMEZONES AWAY.
I had to retain whatever the fuck ponta did to hers before she deleted it or whatever, lol.
I'm just going to point out that psychologically and scientifically speaking, most, if not all, people's personalities begin to gravitate towards the person that they have a crush on or that they like. Human nature and instincts. Much like animal instincts.
People tend to like people who are similar to themselves. Because of that, the human mind is pretty much conditioned to change when it thinks its found the one. And thus begins the courting. The reason for the subconscious change is because of competition. Even though you aren't aware of it yourself, your instincts know that courting is a competition to win that someone over. And the easiest way to do that? Connect well with them. Easiest way to connect? Change your behaviour subtlely so it matches more with your desired partner's. Simple psychology.
Strictly speaking, the whole "be yourself" thing is pretty much non-existent. Even with friends, the same psychological pattern happens. You just can't help it.
Also just pointing out the whole "opposite attracts" thing is one in a few million.