Friday, October 1, 2010

2D Love

Inspired by this post by Kirari Star about his thoughts on 2D love, I've decided to write my own little entry on the subject, focusing on why I, personally, am strongly supportive of it; why, for me, it's much more logical than 3D love.

When you deal with 3D love (someone that's a living person), you have to take all of the bad with the (limited) good. With every hug and affectionate moment, you must deal with any emotional baggage, neuroticies, and all the general unpleasantness that people bring. With 3D, there's bad moods, hateful comments, fighting, and any relationship will, invariably, end.

With 2D, this isn't a problem.

No fighting, no infidelity, no end to the relationship unless you want it to end. And even better, you get a loved one with the ultimate personality. There are hundreds of thousands of characters with any number of possible personalities and body types, and you can pick and choose whoever you want. No pressure, no worries, and you are 100% guaranteed to find the perfect partner for you. Want someone tall and shy? Short and tsundere? Fat and slutty? Do you want a tiny, overconfident ice fairy?

There's a 2D for that.

And that is the most beneficial aspect of 2D love: perfection. You can acheive perfection with 2D, which is absolutely unheard of with 3D. Even people with the "perfect" 3D boyfriend or girlfriend have something they dislike about their partner. With 2D, there are no flaws; only you and perfection.

So really, as over-used as the expression is, 3D really is "pig disgusting," when compared to the end-all-be-all devotion that is 2D love. Why settle for anything less?

16 comments:

  1. Right. With 3D I see people start the relationship fine and peachy, with a wide grin thinking nothing will go wrong, but when you fast-forward a few months you see the relationship turning. Eventually it leads to a point where it doesn't even seem worth it. There's fighting over insignificant topics that they wouldn't normally have a problem over, they both have to sacrifice something to be with one another.

    It's more trouble than it's worth. Besides, my standards are too high and I'm not lowering them for anyone. If someone who met my impossible standards really were to exist, and I truly loved them, I wouldn't take them. I feel that getting together with me would be the worst mistake of their life, so I wouldn't drag them down no matter how much I wanted to be with them.

    Of course,that'd be impossible.

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  2. Don't worry, my computer research will hopefully specialize in mind uploading. I'll get you guys to your goals.

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  3. And I'll be researching A.I. so by the time LainIwakura is done your waifu or husbando will be there to comfort you in your mind uploaded state.

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  4. If I could upload my mind, I'd never want to return to reality.

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  5. >If I could upload my mind, I'd never want to return to reality.

    Me neither.

    If this happens, we should also all meet up with our perfect 2D bodies and sip tea together.

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  6. thats it you guys convinced me. i'm throwing my soul on a usb drive so i can spend eternity with my waifu(& you guys of course)

    great post rach

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  7. >>If this happens, we should also all meet up with our perfect 2D bodies and sip tea together.

    Okay this has to happen.

    As long as no one has the same waifu, there shouldn't be a problem.

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  8. >If this happens, we should also all meet up with our perfect 2D bodies and sip tea together.


    You mean I can finally become the little girl?!

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  9. >As long as no one has the same waifu, there shouldn't be a problem.

    I'm sure we could settle disputes by letting people become the waifu too.

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  10. Spread the 2D love~ Oh how living in a 2D world would be great.

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  11. 2D love is best love. ;_;

    I can't wait for the day when we can sip 2D tea together, and be with our waifus.

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  12. >As long as no one has the same waifu, there shouldn't be a problem.

    Good thing I'm the only one that likes Murasa!

    ;_;

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  13. I would love to sit around and sip tea with you guys while discussing the finer points of Otaku Culture.

    Like Japanese Bird Cooking Spaghetti.

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