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Tell me about anime girls, why do they blush so much?
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direct exposure to cute girls causes blushes
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they're little girls
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>>115343797
Same reason /a/nons blush so much.
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It's cute.
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sluts
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Real girls blush just as often but the reality is that autism causes you to not notice social cues, so you end up not noticing it in actual human beings.
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>>115343797
Tuberculosis.
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cause it tickles and it's embarrasing
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>...Some of you already know, but I had been primarily an adult-manga artist.
>Then one day, I received an offer to write for a non-adult magazine, but...

> (´・ω・`)。oO(*Sigh* There really aren't any non-adult stories I want to write...)

>...was basically how I felt about it. I wasn't into the idea at all.

> (`・ω・´)< "What I want to draw is girls turning beet-red with embarrassment!"
>That's the kind of man I am.

>Then one day, I was listening to a song called Gamer's Actress by a music group I like called MOSAIC.WAV.
>(It's a song about an eroge voice actress.)

> (*゚Д゚*)!!

>What about a manga where a highschool girl is made to work as an eroge VA?
>Then I could draw faces flushed with embarassment as much as I wanted to, even in a non-adult magazine!!
>I wondered if I might perhaps be a genius.
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>>115343797
Because unlike real women, they have emotions.
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>>115343943
4u
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>>115346153
Hes probably a genius.



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