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What's happening to me?

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I was never moved by things before, I could watch a film and have no emotional response.
Recently something happened, I felt something. It was after I started watching anime that things started to tug on my heartstrings. I now watch films and feel something inside rather than sitting through something and not knowing if it was enjoyable by regular standards.

But what saddens me the most, is that I realized this by going after Saki in Snow Sakura, the part about loving Yuuji since childhood touched me in a way I’ve never been touched before.

I blame you anime, I blame you.

 
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You’re becoming more feminine.

 
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You’ve become soft.
You must die.

 
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Fuck anime.

 
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How touching….

OP is a sweet person.

 
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Same with me OP. I wouldn’t be sad watching stuff, but after I watched Clannad, sad things are actually sad to me.

 
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One of us. One of us.

 
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>Implying watching anime makes you human and gives you a soul

 
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Anime had no effect on me.

 
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Originally posted by EndlessSporadic:

>Implying watching anime makes you human and gives you a soul

Soul

Kishin Eggs you mean.

 
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Originally posted by EndlessSporadic:

>Implying watching anime makes you human and gives you a soul

Be glad for the coincidence and get rid of that arrow.

 
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Not even anime is able to do that for me…

Only two games have ever brought out my emotions… One was Klonoa: Door to Phantomile, and the other was Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil.

 
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One Piece made me cry over a ship

 
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Puella Magi Madoka Magica almost made me cry, and it takes a LOT to make me cry. Don’t worry ’bout it.

 
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Originally posted by MFT_9001:

Fuck anime.

 
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Something similar happened to me when I first saw Romeo and Juliet. I guess I old…

 
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Originally posted by Microgamer15:
Originally posted by Hunkadunkus:

Puella Magi Madoka Magica almost made me cry, and it takes a LOT to make me cry. Don’t worry ’bout it.

Lmao. But you seem so sensitive!

I’m actually a hardass IRL, but that’s not a good thing. I should be opening up to people more.

 
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I’m actually a hardass IRL

Lies.

 
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Grave of the Fireflies and 5 Centimeters Per Seconds are the only that made me cry. Bittersweet endings just make me feel apathetic to the rest of the world.

 
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Originally posted by Dartjat:

I’m actually a hardass IRL

Lies.

Lol, believe what you want to believe. I like keeping a nice online status, as I don’t mind being the one who people can come to if they have a problem. But along the lines of my IRL emotions, they’ve been bottled up for about 9 years, since my parents divorce.

 
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What in the world happend to you?

 
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Originally posted by Hunkadunkus:
Originally posted by Dartjat:

I’m actually a hardass IRL

Lies.

Lol, believe what you want to believe. I like keeping a nice online status, as I don’t mind being the one who people can come to if they have a problem. But along the lines of my IRL emotions, they’ve been bottled up for about 9 years, since my parents divorce.

I’m a very soft person IRL.

I guess I just need some hugs.

 
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For some reason I never cry during cartoons because it feels too fake. I cry a lot during sad, realistic movies like Titanic. (I cry even more when the sad movie is about animals.)

 
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Originally posted by VanHalen1:

For some reason I never cry during cartoons because it just seems fake. I cry a lot during sad realistic movies like Titanic. (I cry even more when the sad movie is about animals.)

I cry for everything.

 
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I have only cried at fiction at one point that I can remember, nothing else has really affected me.