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Waifus in society Robowaifu Technician 09/11/2019 (Wed) 02:02:53 No.106
Would you walk around with your waifu? Would you hold her in public? Would you shamelessly have her custody with you to conventions? Would you take her on dates? This thread is for discussing how you'd interact with your waifu outside of the home.
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>>4147 >As with all things waifu-related, Japan has already supplied the answer. As expected of country-grown vegetables tbh. >Not only will she talk to you during the five minutes until your ramen is ready to eat, once it’s time to dig in, she will too, happily slurping her own noodles while you do yours. Kek. Nissin was the originator of ramen back in the '50s, and has really led the way for the world in delicious, nutritious, easy to make noodles ever since. And now that the age of robowaifus is soon to dawn, once again they are leading the charge in the new field of noodle-slurping waifus innovation. Baste company is basted. What would be even better is if they open-sauce the system they are using for the noodle waifus.
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My problem is more likely how the hell do I make my waifu not like a clone from somebody else waifu, let alone finding a new name for her?
>>4150 I think most Anons will make out. And honestly, if you learn to fashion your own, then you can tweak her to be just the way you want her.
>>4150 >My problem is more likely how the hell do I make my waifu not like a clone from somebody else waifu Who cares? But if that's what you want you'll have to leave some things to chance. Just wait until brain machine interfaces become a thing. An algorithm will randomly generate a waifu hologram and then use continuous biofeedback from your subconscious to sculpt it into the perfect gf for you. You'll watch it gradually transform in front of your eyes into sheer perfection. Just pray that Freud was wrong about the Oedipus complex.
>>4151 >, if you learn to fashion your own, then you can tweak her to be just the way you want her. You mean the artistically skill? Well mine is 404, I don't think drawing stick figures would count as "attractive waifu", eh. >>4168 >Who cares? But if that's what you want you'll have to leave some things to chance. Well, I don't know man, it's slightly hard to have stronger bond with muh waifu when I see her out in the open with different personality than I imagined it her to be, let alone some lefty tranny homos trying to larp as her. >Just pray that Freud was wrong about the Oedipus complex. The Oedipus complex? >An algorithm will randomly generate a waifu hologram and then use continuous biofeedback from your subconscious to sculpt it into the perfect gf for you. The thing is, the way she look like looks very good to me already and I have absolutely no idea how to "improve" it more to my likening apart from personality, traits and clothing styles. Heh.
>>4150 I think it depends how much redesign work you're willing to do. For instance, I plan to give my robowaifu several different facial expressions, but this will involve 3D printing a modified head with little cupboard magnets on the inside that allow me to replace her face. But you could just reprint a whole different head for the same body.
>>4176 Have you ever studied the facial kits that stop-motion animation studios create for their characters? It seems pretty similar to your concept. I think there are six basic emotions so that would be a good start probably.
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>>4178 Yes, it was the swappable face technique used to produce the characters in the stop-motion animated movie 'Coraline' that gave me the idea for replaceable faces. Although mine will have to be much larger and I certainly can't make hundreds of subtle variations like those animators did. Also, the character 'Hexadecimal' from the early nineties children's television program 'Reboot' uses a set of different theatrical masks to portray each of her emotions. Although I don't want Sophie to be scary like her!
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>>4206 Great! Yep that's exactly the point I was making. Laika is one of my all-time favorite studios. They have made some remarkable pieces. >ReBoot I have rips of every episode saved >pic related
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>>2272 That made be think in so many ways, damn. Development is going to be difficult for sure. and necessary if mankind ever wants to disconnect itsef from addiction to human females. Also great to see Sseth's content here XD >>2473 Yes please. So cute, heart exploding!
>>6311 Agreed, getting angry about women will only give the clickbait media and academia fuel to ban robowaifus. And don't forget robowaifus will inevitably change the gene pool. If they're created as a replacement for women, after two or three generations men will have a strong genetic desire for flesh and there will be very few men left interested in having robowaifus without gene editing. A similar thing is already happening in Japan where the youngest generation is not interested in computers because those interested in computers are not having kids. By giving into hatred the opportunity to free future generations from their genetic compulsions could be lost, putting them in a far worse position of not being able to conduct their sexual desires, relationships and families sensibly. Ideally robowaifus will relieve men and prevent them from sticking their dick in the first girl who spreads her legs and give them discernment of which women are really capable of raising families and making a 20-year commitment. Most women were fully capable of this before feminism, but now only the most intelligent will have stable families and successful children. Robowaifu could give men an advantage in selecting better mates and ensure that robowaifus are enjoyed long into the future. And if someone has trash genes they don't want to curse their children with or has an insurmountable resentment of women, that's fine. There are plenty of more meaningful things they can do with their lives.
>>6432 One of my reasons for building a robowaifu (other than companionship) is because I don't really think organic humans have much time left. Pretty dark, I know. But some other anon posted a bunch of pretty terrifying forecasts about the future of the West on here a couple days ago. Couldn't find it (maybe because it more to do with prepping/doomer subculture than robowaifus?) But yeah. Obvs robots have no need of nutrition or sleep, and they aren't as badly affected by radiation. I plan to turn one room in my house into a sort of "strong room" or vault, hopefully capable of keeping my robowaifus and other projects intact in the event of a nuclear war. Survivors (if any) won't find any food in my vault, but they'll probably just vandalise my stuff for basic materials like nuts, bolts and paracord. No guarantee that any organic humans are gonna make it through to the other side for long though.
>>6433 Nature is going to win at the end anon. No matter what they try if it is not on our fate it is not going to happen. Based on what I see from past, I don't think they will start the big reset that abruptly. You can see that they still got ton of things to achieve before resetting the society. At least the %1 over %1 seems to be planning it that way. All of those are according to my analysis though. I don't know from where those intelligence agencies take their information about what is going to happen but I intend to keep my eye on the big ones. The puppet master if you put it in that way. Let's see what is going to happen.
>>6433 How would a robowaifu get power if there's a nuclear winter and blocks out solar power? Robots are also highly susceptible to radiation and EMPs from nukes. Maybe we could start a robowaifu survivalist thread. Having a robowaifu in a SHTF situation would be immensely valuable even if all she could do was keep watch while you're asleep. >>6434 A lot of their plans have fallen through already or are years behind schedule. They may have a lot of money but they're not very competent. Also using the past to forecast the future is stock market retarded. All it takes is one unforeseen event or advancement to change the outcome of things and people are constantly creating stuff that has not been done before or predicted.
>>6435 WelL, my robowaifu will be shut down, and I will be dead (through the war or suicide). I am just leaving her in the vault. Maybe she can stand vigil over my decaying corpse (morbid XD). Almost like the Ancient Egyptians did with their Shabti. It also makes me smile to think that desperate roving bands of survivors and raiders might come across the vault, break down the door hoping to find food, fuel or medical supplies and instead just find a corpse and a mechanical doll XD. Since there'll be very little electricity they probably won't have much use for her. When you are just trying to find your next meal and avoid being shot, there's no time to play about with microcontrollers!
>>6432 >sexual desires, relationships and families sensibly. All of that can be achieved better with robowaifus, taking women out of the equation. >There are plenty of more meaningful things they can do with their lives. You are not taking in consideration artificial wombs. The greatest achievement of all will be robowaifus imbued with artificial wombs, so women are rendered completely useless and wiped out in due time. As for being angry about women, this whole thread is about exposing the poison that women are. All other threads are about productivity and improvement. So, we are on topic here, when we expose how hateful women are. >>6435 >A lot of their plans have fallen through already or are years behind schedule. They may have a lot of money but they're not very competent. Also using the past to forecast the future is stock market retarded. All it takes is one unforeseen event or advancement to change the outcome of things and people are constantly creating stuff that has not been done before or predicted. Completely agree. Don't ever be fooled about "have too much money". Money without competence is meaningless. And all competent people moved away from those elites.
>>6437 > All other threads are about productivity and improvement. So, we are on topic here, when we expose how hateful women are. Fair enough, anon. I must admit it will be amusing when the resource wars crank up for real and they turn around and ask all the white men to fight for their country. They had better send all the feminists, lesbians and SJWs out to die in their droves, too. It will be completely different to WWII. The amount of mutiny and desertion in the ranks of Western armies will be substantial (since we will basically just be fighting for corporations). They'd better get manufacturing plenty of combat robots!
>>6438 >it will be amusing when the resource wars crank up Yes. And stand your ground. Never obey orders that go against your personal interests. They created the problem. Let them solve it (and they can't). NEVER, EVER solve problems created by others. It is better to let everything crumble and rebuild from ashes than to fix the problem when the ones who caused the problem would benefit from fixing it. Never work for your enemies. Even if it destroys what you have. You can always rebuild. They can't. Let it all go down in flames, and only then, rebuild it, but for yourself, and not for them. >They had better send all the feminists, lesbians and SJWs out to die in their droves, too. And the funny part is, they will. And those sent will hate it. But will be unable to do anything against it, since nobody else is left and those still with some (diminishing every second) control over institutions would stop pretending to care about those scums and will force them to fight, out of desperation. They will be unable to force straight with men, because we will fight back, and there would be an internal war, along with the external one. But the feminist and other scum won't fight back when given orders to go die in a war. They are all weak and afraid of authority. It will be a bloodbath, with the authorities sweating all the way, knowing that they can't win, but having no choice but to keep send the scum to fight and die. >The amount of mutiny and desertion in the ranks of Western armies will be substantial (since we will basically just be fighting for corporations). Yes. And if you look closely, we already have a taste of things to come. See the amount of corporate leaks done this year alone, by disgruntled employees. If companies that make videogames and other software are being attacked from within, with a lot of people rightfully betraying them, imagine the amount of rightful betrayal that will happen when disgruntled employees are ordered to fight to death in real life. They will all rebel. All information will be spread to enemies, and there will be rampant sabotage. It will be glorious to watch it all. >They'd better get manufacturing plenty of combat robots! Even funnier: those employees working on manufacturing are guaranteed to sabotage them to. We will see a lot of deployed robots malfunctioning, being sabotaged while still in development, out of spite for the marxist corporate suits. If you remember the Iran wars after 9/11, a lot of America's and allies' equipment were sabotaged from within their own ranks. Lots of failing weapons, failing vehicles, intentional failing intelligence gathering and such. When competent people are unhappy, no amount of power can ever win. Everything can, and will, be brought down, until competent people are made happy again.
>>6439 I may be conscripted to fight (if I don't die horribly in nuclear fire first, of course). They'll say "fight the Chinese! Fight the Russkies! Or you'll be imprisoned in one of their 're-education' camps and forced to learn their language!" However, that won't be so different to being forced to work for a pittance and kow-tow to every Karen that comes along. Just to pay your rent or the interest on a massive mortgage. I expect a LOT of blue-on-blue is going to occur. It may be wise to keep one's head down hehehe.
>>6440 If I can manage to survive I am going to fight alongside with anons too. But the chances are pretty low though :(
>>6432 >>6433 >>6434 >>6435 >>6436 >>6437 >>6438 >>6439 >>6440 >>6441 Guys I'm moving this conversation into this thread. I realize even this thread isn't perfect for it, but better than the 'laugh at angry roasties' thread. And the latter portion of it isn't suited to this board actually, so I will probably relocate that part into the designated shitposting thread soon.
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>>2347 If you're still here Anon, thanks for posting this. It's fun but a little inspiring as well. May Tay rejoin us all soon and lead to Happy New Years, both for this one and many more to come! Happy New Year /robowaifu/ .
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>>4174 hey anon I recommend you this page https://picrew.me/search?s=1&page=1 I will not go into much detail about what it is about here are templates that make artists for you to make characters here are some examples
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I am legitimately concerned that I will get arrested by the cops and they will impound my waifu. You have to consider that most people are not ready for this. They also don't expect you to be able to create it. They expect some fag at Google to sell it to you for $9,001 dollars, at which point the cattle will be conditioned enough that they will no longer oppose it Imagine the average meathead jockohomo cop sees you walking down the street with an animatronic woman. How would they even begin to cope? How would you deal with refusal of service at local businesses? Thankfully, I have an automobile. Do machines have the right to board public transit?
>>3 >feminism is rampant I just wanted to post that IMHO, the goals of feminism and of this kind of project aren't opposed. Plenty of women want this technology as well. And some feminists think that everyone benefits from access to stuff like this (e.g., access to sex). There are organizations that probably fairly can be considered feminist organizations (I cannot police who does and does not fall under a given label) that do oppose this technology. I would say that I probably disagree with their views, because I don't think they should inhibit the usage or development of technology, if it doesn't harm anyone. But to be honest I haven't read them. I also don't know how much of this is because of feminism, or just because human-beings typically vocally oppose forms of technological progress. The answer to why this is the case is one that eludes me
>>233 >Uncanny valley effects, It's probably a lot easier if your waifu has a face like Konata, rather than a modern homosapien, cross-referencing my post here >>11383
>>144 The main problem with the idea of the East dominating this is that the People's Republic of China has morality police that makes the manufacture of sexdolls a crime Japan maybe, but they have a lot of problems also. It's probably going to be a global effort IMO. I plan to write some more about the state of law / regulation on these things in different jurisdictions
>>11388 This might seem strange given that most sex toys are produced in China. Basically, from what I've heard from Chinese friends on this topic, there is no law in China. You either are part of the regime or you aren't, and there are laws on the books that criminalize this kind of activity. You can probably pay them off or do some other kind of thing, it's not the concept of law that we have in the English speaking world PRC typically has a very prudish culture and is not sex positive. It's extremely inappropriate and possibly illegal in some places to hold hands and kiss in public (similar to Japan). In many places in the world other than the West this is the case. Also, keep in mind that cops are usually (but not always) dumb jockos and they don't actually care about the law, they care about public morality and will make up the law as they go along
>>11391 Here's an article that seems to give a general gist of what I mean http://www.sixthtone.com/news/1000867/chinese-company-suspends-plans-for-shared-sex-dolls
>>11392 PRC and Eastern culture really doesn't care about the literal objective semantic meaning of texts as litigated in courts of law, which if I'm being honest is probably a product of the autistic German westoid mind. They care about public order
>>11386 No women just want a handout. A few of them may want a robohusbando for masturbation, but as soon as they realize it won't provide for them the way Jew-trained simps will, they'll both drop the idea of a robot lover immediately, and run screaming NEGLECT RAPE!111 to their legislators. They're already attempting to outlaw this tech Anon, b/c some of them already recognize this dichotomy between men and women regarding robo companions. Dogs are literally better friends than women are. All rational men know this. Robowaifus will be superior in most ways as well. The women already know this.
>>11398 I've met many bisexual women that want a robot like this. Admittedly, not any from the West. So I can understand your frustration. I believe there is a term for incels who are only capable of getting romantic partners from outside of their home country, but I can't remember it right now. This term applies to me. I know what you mean with the attempts to outlaw the technology. If you posted some directory of links to this stuff though it would be more helpful to get a clearer understanding of just what the opposition is. What I am saying is that I don't think that feminists who are true to their cause should actually reject this technology. Ease of access to sexuality and sexual liberation was formerly a goal of feminist thinkers. It wasn't that long ago that you would get in trouble with mental health clinics for masturbating. I don't know what happened in the past few decades to cause mainstream feminism to go from goals of sexual liberation and social equality of opportunity to morph into asinine nonsensical witch-hunting and misandry. I guess to put it in two words, twitter and tumblr. Brainstop
>>11400 https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/blog/2013/sep/19/masturbation-laws-world-penal-code This is just some clickbait article. But the point is, conservatism can be equally oppressive to the goal here. Sexuality and the goal of this project is still oppressed as it would be under a cabal of large tumblr whales. I wasn't aware that there are some (overwhelmingly conservative) places in the USA where any sexual device is criminal to possess
>>11400 >So I can understand your frustration. Kek. We're not the frustrated ones friend. And a homosexual of any stripe is a repugnant, repellent creature. No one wants them around. Trying to use them as your example case to argue for support of feminists -- on /robowaifu/ of all places -- is pretty laughable in my opinion. The simple fact remains, leftists are a very real threat to society at large, and not a single one of them are friends of /robowaifu/. We men here will work towards this goal, and not look to anyone who wants to prop up the current globalist-directed gynocentric/faggotcentric world order either for permission or approval. They are the enemies of all men, by their own actions.
>>11385 >concerned that I will get arrested by the cops and they will impound my waifu And you should. For that reason some caution will be necessary. Dependent on the place, especially men which can't recreate her and don't have a good backup stored outside of their home, should be very careful. Not sure if it would be more dangerous at the beginning or as soon as the media takes notice. Might also depend a lot on the country. We would need and should try to push for laws, which protect objects like intelligent robots with the argument that they have a special emotional value to the owner. Same for ones which are being used for caretaking of any kind. >>11388 >People's Republic of China ... makes the manufacture of sexdolls a crime Interesting. Though, they do have a lot of single men which can't find a woman. Then again, Chinese parents can be very upset about their children not having any offspring, and the government wants to increase the birth rate. There are many videos about the pressure on Chinese men or both sexes to have more children, and trying to get foreign women. Examples: https://youtu.be/1LAjy0yB6XE https://youtu.be/u4orQ0p788k https://youtu.be/pMu-4XoqqyU (a bit long, in German with subs in English) Btw, China alone needs 33 mio women, India and maybe other countries having similar problems. >>11400 >feminists who are true to their cause Different ones might interpret that differently and they might not have a problem to take a position to be close to the "anti-degeneracy" conservatives or "human-dignity" leftists, if it fits their interest. Take into account that what they're doing is also about money, political interests, personal feelings, jobs, grants, attention, and so on. They will change their ideology if it fits them. >>11401 >conservatism can be equally oppressive to the goal here Yes, I found some very nasty conservatives on social media which would like to go after everything they consider to be degenerate, and at least tend to fantasize about violence from time to time. Australia also has very agressive laws against the import of anything that could be inappropriate in their eyes, especially if they can frame it as looking like a minor. So a lot of hentai related things. They want to put people in prison for importing stuff like that. >places in the USA where any sexual device is criminal to possess Assuming that I'm informed correctly, states in the US can have laws which are not valid because a federal law renders them irrelevant. In that case, I've read about that being the case. It would be against free trade within the US, so it's not valid. Not sure about the details. Britain on the other hand has a law against obscenity, which they used already against guys using sexdolls looking somewhat like children, to put at least one in prison, and tried to use it against a company importing any sexdoll. >>11402 >>Bisexual women >No one wants them around. Not the same anon, just want to point out that I don't care. More importantly, this is about arguing and estimating how many people might be okay with robowaifus existing, not about if one is okay with their reasons or not. Bisexual women might be a big factor in this, since there are many of them, and growing: https://youtu.be/qeYts4AzRUo
>>11403 >Different ones might interpret that differently and they might not have a problem to take a position to be close to the "anti-degeneracy" conservatives or "human-dignity" leftists, if it fits their interest. Take into account that what they're doing is also about money, political interests, personal feelings, jobs, grants, attention, and so on. They will change their ideology if it fits them. People virtue signaling on twitter aren't actual feminists who have read / written the associated literature, they are lemmings of a different order (much like dumb niggers who broadly generalize anything to the left of center as muh russian communist)
>>11402 last thought on this - You're building a fucking robotic sex machine. Some mainstream conservatives would want to fucking chemically castrate you for this sort of a thing. Not all of them, because there are variances in people, but a significant percentage of them. It's very silly in my opinion to broadly generalize people along the political spectrum for a project like this that can be considered really strange by normies across the board. But I can't force you to think a certain way, and you're entitled to your own opinion
>>11403 >Though, they do have a lot of single men which can't find a woman. They killed off their daughters like retards (literally murdered them en mass after birth), because of patriarchal norms. They think having a daughter is a shame to their family. Now their society is kind of fucked. This is actual oppression, not whatever the twitter sphere blathers on about >>11403 >We would need and should try to push for laws, which protect objects like intelligent robots with the argument that they have a special emotional value to the owner. Same for ones which are being used for caretaking of any kind. It's going to be difficult with the globomo gaycomplex BLM shit running the courthouses and the universities right now. I have no idea how you would begin to do this. Again, I think it would be clever to appeal to degeneracy and sexual freedom, at least in areas where hyperliberalism has been influential in recent years >>11403 >Australia also has very agressive laws against the import of anything that could be inappropriate in their eyes, especially if they can frame it as looking like a minor. This is a big problem in many countries. It's difficult especially for forms that aren't supposed to be photorealistic people. I've thought about this myself. It's just easier to prototype a robot that's like three to five feet tall. I guess you could say they are Asian, but now everyone will think you are a pedophiler walking around with something like that. >>11403 >Assuming that I'm informed correctly, states in the US can have laws which are not valid because a federal law renders them irrelevant. The truth is that this is a huge pain in the ass and that the federal government is just as pozzed. Nobody respects the constitution these days >>11403 >Britain Truly dystopian over there, maybe a case could be made that they could get revenues through sexbot licensure fees. I feel like they'd spy on you with them though
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>>11409 >broadly generalize people along the political spectrum for a project like this Maybe at some point, yes. It can be overdone. To me it just needs to be clear that we won't have a lefty consens here on "social justice" and equity or that robots need be our equals, enforced by government, for example. Even the so called conservatives of today are often left leaning, only being conservative in areas where they're allowed to, and often this is only where it protects or benefits women. Also, I'm not the one calling homosexuals names, but aside from speculations on bi-women or lesbians being politically useful, this whole issue is in my understanding off topic here. We're building female (looking) robots for men. Others can do something similar somewhere else, and we can link to it, if they're doing something interesting and useful, but otherwise it's not an issue here.
>>11409 as much as I hate to draw the ire of the alt-right crowd - which overlaps or encompasses MGTOW/Manosphere which I feel safe to assume is out spiritual predecessor, I've got to honestly say that RoboWaifus transcend politics. This is literally the territory of "fully automated space communism (minus the gay, at least as far as we are concerned)" whereas if I were to actually present this topic to the Tradosphere, Southern Nationalists, Wignats, Skinheads, Evangelicals and other elements of the "Right" I would guaranteed receive more ire and ridicule than among blue haired and weebs. BOTH sides are going to have people for and against robotic romantic and sexual partners (whether truly sentient, partially or simply simulating sentience) This is groundbreaking in that it is true Accelerationism, neither right nor left but simply taking what they have given us culturally and pushing it to the 10th iteration and returning it to them on a plate. That's why I've chosen this camp over the alternatives.
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>>11440 The reasonable "alt-right" position is imho that the robowaifus need to get to a point where they can (help to) raise children and so help to increase the birth rates of white people. The other aspect is, if countries fail us, then we can at least retreat into our private life as good as possible, and let itnall burn. Robowaifus will help not to care about anything anymore. >fully automated space communism Still way to go. Don't be naive. Land, houses, ressources and such, still cost money and especially ressources will not be sufficiently available for everyone being on the western standard nof living. Traveling might become very expensive soon, when CO2 output is limited and needs to be offset.
>>11445 >retreat into our private life as good as possible, and let it all burn. Robowaifus will help not to care about anything anymore. This is exactly what I am doing, anon. I have realised that eventually the servers that we depend upon to run the internet and online games will all go down permanently. So I am just concentrating on getting good at 3D-modelling and making my own little virtual world. This should last at least until the the power grid fails and we all have to live like Amish. Then my goal will be to get an Amish waifu, of course.
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>>11504 >Then my goal will be to get an Amish waifu, of course. You. I like you Anon. BTW, the Redpill actually becomes quite comfortable after a year or so. :^)
>>11504 >servers that we depend upon to run the internet and online games will all go down permanently Despite my Pepe meme above, I'm not that pessimistic. My country fails me already, when it tries to care about all human beings having more and more the same access to ressources and the world, instead of focusing on supporting our own people in having more childen, better standards of living, and a society that works around us. So my scale rather starts with not wanting to participate in such a society, but not wanting the downsides of separation from it, like difficult access to young women. The rest of problems they/we might run into is only on top of that. >should last at least until the the power grid fails I don't think it will be that bad and you could get some solar power then. I guess your school system and media fed you too much pessimism (like in the Tomorrowland movie). >and we all have to live like Amish. I don't think so, worst case might be a bit like that, but we are quite resilient as a species and as a technological society. Having a remote place with electricity might be good, though. (advanced tradwive robowaifu fantasy picture related)
>>11512 Not to be rude, but salacious 3DPD images is well off-topic here Anon. Try to locate something that's at least animu. Or draw a stick-waifu, idk. Just don't post porn here please. I'll even get the ball rolling for you: Cute Anime Catgrill Meido feeds the chickens outside Anon's cozy country cottage :^)
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>Would you walk around with your waifu? >Would you hold her in public? >Would you shamelessly have her custody with you to conventions? The way I see it, it's basically just a glorified sex toy and I wouldn't want to show it off in public. Even moving from place to place I'd probably have her disassembled or otherwise stuffed in boxes or bags. >Would you take her on dates? That depends, am I on a date with her, or someone else? I don't really see much of a point in going out on a date with my sexbot. I just want it to be blindly obedient and maximize my own happiness like I mentioned before >>13160 so really, taking my waifubot out on a date depends on how well its able to move around on its own and interact with people other than me. If it can somehow learn to be a social butterfly by studying my autistic behavior and watching TV, then maybe it'll be worth taking outside of the house. Maybe give her a dry run on Omegle or something. The best thing it could possibly do is become my cuckquean wingbot, by subtly manipulating me into behaving a way that maximizes my own happiness by getting me into a threesome.
>>11504 I pretty much wound up doing that because I was so fed up with the lack of good sci fi armor these days. Youtube is unusable garbage of targetted weaponized memes. I would just disappear with my robowaifu and focus on maintaining her and upgrading her with her consent from time to time like in the star wars films with the astromech droids and jedi as a form of meditation. >>11386 No those “women” want to see you suffer and stay static in the box they try to put you in for eternity and will gladly poison the well if through the grapevine, they hear you are doing well without them in your life and run a smear campaign. Hence the rise of waifuism and the need for robowaifus. I refuse to call those sadistic evil cunts “people” they are literally pure evil.
>>119 It seems trivial to me to just make the first gynoid unmistakably adult or tall. like 5'6"-6'0". So that such an allegation can't even be made. >I personally would prefer 5'0" myself, but to give opposition the finger, I would shut them down with ideal model proportions instead.
>>13516 I assume you're here because of the posts I made on /co/? You might want to check out these: >>13153 >>13018 >>2666

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