Would you walk the diameter of Jupiter for your waifu, /a/?
>I would probaly die before reching 10%.
Assuming an average of 10 hours a day walking at 3 m/h and plenty of provisions to keep you going it would only take roughly 8 years.
It's not that hard.
For those wondering, the diameter of Jupiter is 86,881 miles. The average human walking speed is 3.1 mph. So if you were to walk 8 hours, you would get 24.8 mile, do that everyday and it should take 3,503 hours or 145 days to walk the diameter of jupiter. Hell yes I would.
And your final challenge /a/, having determined that distance; would you climb this tower, if she was at the top, waiting for you?
If you fall, that's it for you.
Days, not hours.
It's still possible to do it, I think.
I surely would do something like that for her.
No, I would never accomplish it or I would become so too old to experience life with her.
Can I use the internet on the go?
This is important.
no fucking question about it
So was the kid at the beginning the fucking type of human he was looking for all this time?
Once you've crossed the distance, and climbed the tower; you've met your waifu. But now you must escape beyond the megastructure to some place safe.
But to do this, to become one with your waifu, you must defeat this: would you brave the challenge /a/? Would you do it for your waifu?
>tfw you will never wander The City with your waifu
Actually fuck that, that's a fucking horrible idea.
Absolutely, not a question.
Anything for her.
Anything means anything.
Also, you have to fight this thing.
Dhomochevsky was a safeguard and he wanted to upload his data to Pcell.
I would want to help. To make the pain go away, but if it meant hurting her I don't think I could force myself to. I would try, but I just don't think I could make myself. And as much as it would hurt to watch her suffer, I would never leave.
Saying you would do something and doing it are really different.
If I think about it, Jupiter is big. It would take me 8 to 9 years to walk that distance. I'm assuming I'm also going to be completely alone this entire time.
If I don't do this, I assume my waifu dies? Also, where do we go once I get her back, assuming I also climb the tower and beat the boss?
The problem with a task like this is what I'm doing is elevating a person, in this case my waifu, to a status of something that is far better than whatever I get in reality to the point I destroy my mental and physical being in order to "protect it." Whatever I get in the end probably won't feel worth it.
That being said, I can think of somebody I'd probably do it for.
>tfw you will never attend Blame Gakuen with your waifu, protecting her from Silicon Life delinquent bullies with your own GBE as you take a short, 100,000 year walk across the Megasturcture with her
Why even exist?
I'd do anything if it meant I could hold her, tell her i love her, how beautiful she is, and how much she means to me. So of course.
Anything for her.
Somewhat relevant to her? She seems to have a vague connection to the planet.
>Assuming an average of 10 hours a day walking at 3 m/h and plenty of provisions to keep you going it would only take roughly 8 years.
yeah it's not that hard only 8 years, sure, i can do it, im only 18 and she is 16 so when we finally met she will be 24 and i will be 26 we could live very happy together for the rest of our lives
I don't have a waifu, /a/. I don't think it's bad to have one, and in fact, I wish I had one- just that nobody has really stood out as 'the one'. But despair has been beginning to kick in, when I realize the 2D doesn't and can't exist, and that the 3D is what I'm stuck with. Is this a common thing, or am I just going through a weird depression phase or something?
I thought this for a long time, then suddenly it clicked and there was one girl who made me extremely distraught when I saw her suffer.
She will always suffer, and I will never be happy until she doesn't.
It's pretty common, and most people don't get over it. Only a relative few are able to move past those thoughts and feelings and truly embrace their waifu.
it's alright to be open to the idea, but please don't force yourself to feel a need to have one
at times it could be described as lunacy, and others as acting the widower, since most of the relationship is purely in thought, if not all.
but in this case, it is not memories and experiences of the years spent with the lost wife, but memories and experiences of things that never happened and very likely never will
for some this can manifest into quite unhealthy patterns