whenever I watch any moe anime I feel extremely lonely and depressed
is this supposed to happen
No wonder why people like you shitpost on /a/ 24/7.
Go back to your "serious anime" your paradoxical clown
No, they're supposed to make you feel warm and fuzzy, like kittens playing around. Only you can enjoyably fuck the kittens if you feel like because they're actually people. Sounds weird, but that's loosely how I would sum up moe.
Sounds like there's something wrong with you, OP.
You have the ability to fuck anime girls?
How are you not worshiped world wide?
its supposed to have the opposite effect, actually.
moe is healing anime. watch it when youve had a hard day at work, or just got back from the gym
How do I feel warm and fuzzy instead of just lonely and jealous that I'm not involved in the fun? And that they aren't my real friends?
Probably like many others that come here I've got some pretty hard hitting depression problems which I'm medicated for. I thought this kind of anime would make me feel happy but it just has the opposite effect.
The second last episode of K-On made me almost suicidal for a month and I still haven't watched the final because I can't bare it to end
*watch it when youve had a hard day of getting out of bed and rolling to your fridge, straining all of your leg muscles on the way because youre such a fat cunt
Who the fuck cares if it's moe or dark both are fucking good.
shounen is shit tho
Yes it's normal because you realise you will never:
>Run through the fields and have adventures with the Non Non girls
>Have a sleepover with the Yuris
>Comb the hair of the girls at the GJ Club until they orgasm
>Be fed tea and biscuits with the Keons
Why do you feel jealous of them at all? You try too hard to insert into shows; you're not supposed to do that because you aren't supposed to "be there" in the show at all.
This is one of those things I've never gotten about some people around here, they feel absolutely obligated to self-insert into everything; I never fucking do that even with the most bland harem MCs who I instead judge as a separate person instead of me. I don't even think of myself as a fly in the wall in the room they're in. Different strokes for different folks I guess. Or maybe you're just really goddamn autistic.
I'm not trying to self insert, it's not like that.
It's just that I watch this perfect and magical life that these fictional characters are having, and by contrast it makes me even sadder.
I had a similar reaction to K-ON. I watched it all and enjoyed it, but the hollow feeling after it was over was staggering. You just have to carry on and eventually those feelings fade and you still have the good memories. You might also talk to your doctor about increasing your dosage.
it does the opposite for me.
probably because i realize that my feelings still exist.
>Watching high school SoL makes you wish you still had friends
>Watching workplace SoL makes you wish someone would employ you
>Watching anime makes you feel bad but it's all you know now.
Antidepressants are bullshit.
I speak from experience on this.
I am well aware of this.
There doesn't seem to be anything that will lift me from this life of perpetual unhappiness and it just seems unfair.
just end yourself then. if you believe in reincarnation, you will come back in your favourite anime world.
Well I guess you aren't too good at separating fiction from reality then.
I remember a couple years ago, when that shitty Avatar movie came out (the CG james cameron one with blue indians), that within a couple weeks of its release I recall hearing in a little blurb on the news that one guy got so into the movie that he wanted to kill himself, because he was depressed that he could never live in a magical forest on Pandora with the na'vi. You're like that guy; you somehow take it way too seriously, on a whole other level than most people.
I'm not sure what to say about that since it may be hard-wired into your brain, besides just to advise to take it easy and not think too hard about these things. I can get into the moment in shows and suspend disbelief quite well, but they don't ever get a hold of my outlook on life as a whole.
Thanks for the deep insight there Tom Cruise.
I wish I did believe in some form of afterlife, I may have already done it at this point.
Thanks for the advice, I'm gonna try to work on it.
I have a job, and whenever I watch workplace SoL I wish my coworkers were better
It all makes sense now.
Fuck off retard
It's called imagination.
>How do I feel warm and fuzzy instead of just lonely and jealous that I'm not involved in the fun? And that they aren't my real friends?
You can insert just fine and still feel quite good. In fact, probably even better than if you didn't.