Otaku dating advice
But if it wasn't for anime we never would have been introduced. Regardless, the Otakon BBS is not a dating service, nor is this thread, and dating profile-type posts will be deleted. If you are looking for that sort of thing, there are plenty of other venues online to do so that are not these forums.least in the public forum sections. Currently I'm still with my first boyfriend (name's Yuui) and he's not an otaku.~Resume topic XD I've always been really shy now that I've thought about this whole otaku dating scene thing. Although I gotta say for a dude that lives in Japan and is constantly surrounded by big flashing lights and anime, he has pretty good taste in anime (Cromartie Highschool, Doraemon Its like one of those love stories where the two fall in love because the guy had to keep watch over the girl and never left her side while she was sick in the hospital or something along those lines.I've actualy thought about the video game room myself, ohhh or maybe even the dealers room, then there is the rave. lol Im just kidding, but on a more serious note Im sure that not all guys wanna do that.May cross our minds but Im sure not all of us act on it...Oh and Im sure that first conversation can go either way..making us guys look bad.Jeez not all of us wanna go make out in the hentai viewing room.^^ After that we both knew, yep, feelings are still there, let's give it a go! So I think websites like Ok Cupid can be useful to meet people in your area, even if you're not strictly looking to date. I knew he was interested in me more than a friend but I told him, let's meet in person first, see how things are in person, and go from there.Besides, everyone knows us geeks spend a lot of time online anyway. So we met up in China Town, had Vietnamese for lunch, and then he came back to my place and we played some videogames with my roommate.
x3 gasp your on ok cupid to thats awesome but personally ive found more people on plenty of fish with my interest. i messaged her to chat since we had similar interest and found out we go to the same cons and had very similar views and interest. My sister was a year behind me in college and went to an (at the time) all female college.She was talking with some of her new friends about the spring catillian (a semi-formal dance) and who they were going to bring as dates.May cross our minds but Im sure not all of us act on it... Plus it lessens the chances of the girls having to perform the technique illustrated in my sig. Turned out I was home sick that week, and he was on his Spring break, so we had plenty of time to chat on line for awhile.I wont anyways, but of course that would be hard to believe after everything I just said. ^^ But seriously, back to the Otaku dating thing, for me, it's pretty much a coin toss for me. I knew he was interested in me more than a friend but I told him, let's meet in person first, see how things are in person, and go from there.