Comment on Taiwan’s Cutest Cosplayer: “I Lost 20kg So I Could Cosplay” by Anonymous:

I’m not trying to argue with you, but my personal experience is different: generally speaking, several people would fall for someone “pretty”, that’s true, but it doesn’t mean that I’d have found my partner among “most people”. I also found that what lots of women believe to be fat isn’t in the eyes of several men. I have huge complexes about my thighs, which are my boyfriend’s favourite thing about my body.

I’d say that “pretty” is a wider spectrum than you or I may think, once you do go out there in the world, and trying to conform to that has been more of a hindrance than a successful thing in my life.

The “partner that you desire” is also a very subjective thing: sure enough, some people complain that no one likes them even though they apply the same standards when looking at other people for possible partners. On the other hand, what we’re presented with when looking for attractive people is often now what I would call attractive – heck, I’ve found people attractive in the past that I now wonder what I was thinking at the time to have such poor taste.

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  • Seiyuu Shirakawa Sumiko Passes Away:
    Quite a number of people who are mainly adults now in the 30s or 40s grew up listening to her voice when watching anime in the 70-90s, so even if she wasnt as “legendary” as the author Claimed, she was still Legendary to a certain group of people. Least you could do is not be Rude about it.

  • Rory Mercury Cosplay Dangerously Cute:
    but there is one

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    Except for #1

  • Seiyuu Shirakawa Sumiko Passes Away:
    Well, no one will remember you when you die. So compared to you she did bring much joy to those who knew her VA career. How will people remember you when it’s your time to go? Will you do something worth while, or just be forgotten the instant you die? You lose nothing if you show some respect toward other people. Anyways. Rest in peace Shirakawa Sumiko.

  • Seiyuu Shirakawa Sumiko Passes Away:
    Why should I “show respect” for some nobody on the other side of the world who died of old age? People die everyday, grow some balls. I made that post because the author called her legendary when she clearly isn’t.


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