#1
http://videogames.yahoo.com/events/plugged-in/man-marries-a-videogame/1376577

some guy in japan some how ended up getting married to some chick in a videogame, that brings a new meaning to sad. but what gets me is that they actually had a straight up wedding. i really want to believe this is fake because of how stupid it is but hey i wouldnt put this past the japanese.
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#4
Yes, lets all poke fun at sad people while we waste our lives on forums, shall we?
#7
Searchbar, it's not the first time it's happened, Japan was proved strange long before this. Thread over.
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#9
This is my thread.
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As if we needed proof that Japan was weird.

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#19
i hope he's aware theres millions of other lonely japanese guys fapping to his "wife" and licking her on the screen, too.
#21
This comes from a country that suffers from obesity.

Oh man, this is like when the British press covers the weirdest parts of American culture to show their national superiority
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This comes from a country that suffers from obesity.

Oh man, this is like when the British press covers the weirdest parts of American culture to show their national superiority


No, this comes from a country where people marry video game characters and date pillows.
#23
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No, this comes from a country where people marry video game characters and date pillows.

I think we didn't start that "custom", the MMO-addicted South Koreans did.
And yet that doesn't mean all Koreans are like that.

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I think we didn't start that "custom", the MMO-addicted South Koreans did.
And yet that doesn't mean all Koreans are like that.

Say what you will about our part of the world, but your State elected George Wallace as governor, just saying.


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I'd argue that it has a lot more to do with moe than it does the Koreans.


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I'd argue that it has a lot more to do with moe than it does the Koreans.


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I'd argue that it has a lot more to do with moe than it does the Koreans.

Aaah, you just reminded me of that maid café near Super Potato in Akihabara... "MOE MOE KYUUN!"
Which of course leads me to one of the maids we saw, that looked like a East-European transvestite. We called her manly maid.
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Aaah, you just reminded me of that maid café near Super Potato in Akihabara... "MOE MOE KYUUN!"
Which of course leads me to one of the maids we saw, that looked like a East-European transvestite. We called her manly maid.

I have to admit that Maid Cafe's are possibly the saddest parts of Japanese culture...
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MOE MOE KYUUN!


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I have to admit that Maid Cafe's are possibly the saddest parts of Japanese culture...

Sort of, yeah. I was at one when I was there in September, just to see what it was like. It was sort of cute, with the girls just chattering away paying no heed that those of us who were there couldn't understand a thing, and that... thing we did (made some motions with our hands, and repeated what she said). It was also rather expensive for just a slice of cake and a cup of tea, but it was quite good.

Apart from that manly maid, they were all Japanese girls, but that one really stood out. Tall and broad shouldered, with a grin of a man who eats Siberian tigers for lunch.

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