A blog dedicated to the stupidity of yandere fans.
Pff, this blog reminds me of when I was young and stupid (a year ago) and, uh, developed excessive curiosity towards someone. He was surprisingly OK with me writing down what I saw him do during school - I told him what I was doing - but I screwed up when I jokingly sent friend requests to his family and one of them actually accepted. Bluh what is a social skills can I eat it. We've left each other alone since then, but playing the role of the obsessed was fun, as long as my target was willing.
Well it sounds like you didn’t mean any harm to anyone, and if he was also cool with it joking around a bit is ok! Knowing the line between reality and actually being unhealthily obsessed is a good thing.
- Mod ML
Well it WAS only a matter of time
I think most people think Rena is a yandere because she tried to kidnap Satoko and Rika because she thought they were cute. But no she's not a yandere people need to stop
I think most people just mess up ‘yandere’ and ‘yangire’ and think that yandere applies to all sorts of cute, unstable characters. But you’re absolutely right, she definitely isn’t one.
I kind of go by the belief that if someone truly loves you and you love them that you should not have to share them romantically with anyone else, and really don't like the thought of the person I love cheating on me. At first I thought this was only a yandere trait, but no, it's just normal. I guess whether someone is a yandere or not depends on how extreme they are with this? Could you explain this better to people because I'm not sure I sounded very clear.
If I correctly understand what you mean, that is indeed the core of the yandere trope - they are not willing to share their love interest with anyone. However, the love you described sounds still perfectly healthy!
The difference between deep but healthy love and yandere love is that the latter is definitely not healthy anymore. The ‘yan’ in the ‘yandere’ derives from 病んでる, yanderu, which means to be ill or sick, supposedly in the head. So, the yandere trope is almost required to involve stalking, obsession, mental illness, sense of posession and individuals getting physically hurt/killed.
So tl/dr; the yandere trope is wide and has a quite long history, but what most usually sets apart deep love and yandere love is the mental unstability involved in the latter. But as long as both participants in a relationship are mentally stable, there should not be that danger!
(Also, on an unrelated note, for the previous anon we got whose message I don’t know whether or not to publish: don’t worry about mistakes, dear!)
Also another thing, you're being rather insulting to those with actual mental disorders. Just because someone admits to having a mental disorder does not mean they are a "special snowflake". Please stop assuming things about people and grow up. Thank you.
We are not insulting anyone with mental disorders. If you have a REAL mental disorder, that’s a bad thing and we are not making fun of them, but “being a yandere” is not a mental disorder and if you have a mental disorder you shouldn’t be posting about your KAWAII MENTAL DISORDER HEHE MURDERS to tumblr and shit, you should go and see a doctor.
And usually when people have mental disorders, they don’t just suddenly realize that they have a “mental disorder” and then they go for it, and there sure as hell isn’t a mental disorder called yandere. We are not assuming anything about anyone but if someone’s making a post “hehehe I’m so yandere!!!!!1 im gonna kill u <3” I can’t believe they really have any kind of mental disorder. Please go away from our blog if you don’t like it and don’t come here and tell us to “grow up”. Thank you.
- Mod ML
I have one thing to say about this blog. Sure you think it's stupid, but why can't you let people love what they love?? Also if you're going to post screenshots then at least have the decency to blur out usernames and such so you don't open people up for hate.
Usually we blur out usernames in screenshots, at least I can remember doing so, but at least we haven’t had any cases where people go from our blog to hate on people. And if you do, it’s stupid as hell and you should stop - this blog isn’t meant for hating on things. And in my opinion people can love whatever, if you have a thing for alarm clocks go for it. We just think it’s… stupid, as you stated.
- Mod ML
I’m a fan of yandere in general, but when I see yandere pics/drawings that’s pretty much a template from either When the cicadas cry or Future Diary I get mad.
Sure both shows were pretty good but god damn get something original in there. I’ve already seen that face one too many times.
Submit Anon: Real-Life Yandere
I met Lea (name changed) in my freshman year of high school. she was in eighth grade. We bonded over a shared love of FMA and Kingdom Hearts. She was already showing signs of being a weeaboo, but I was going through my weeb phase at the time, so I didn’t really notice.
During tenth grade, I grew out of my weeb stage and watched anime less and less, but she just got more and more weebish. I told her the definition of a weeaboo, hoping it would help her realize her actions and snap her out of her weebish mentality. Instead, she just responded with “I’ve never had a weeaboo phase, I’m so glad I didn’t~”, all the while continuing to scream about Durarara!! and Hetalia.
Thankfully, during tenth grade, I met some wonderful people in my classes and became good friends with five people (names changed): Luke, Mike, Lauren, Walker, and Aaron. (Luke and Mike are twins, keep that in mind) I spent a lot of time with them and they introduced me to some non-anime interests that we all enjoyed together.
Lea didn’t like this. Not one bit. She especially didn’t like Luke, because of what she perceived as him having a crush on me. After a while, she described herself as a ‘jealous yandere’ and brought up the fact that she tormented a girl at her old school for years because she ‘stole’ all of her friends. I didn’t think anything of it until
Luke, Mike, Lauren and I are all in our school’s symphonic band. One day, we had a concert, so we decided to meet up in the band room at lunch to get a little practice in. Luke, Lauren and I arrived on time and set up our instruments, but Mike was nowhere to be seen. We decided to go ahead and practice without him. About three minutes in, Mike raced in and slams the door behind him.
He had a huge bloody scratch on his face and a black eye.
He sat down and shakily tells us that Lea thought he was Luke and jumped him in the hallway. He ran away from her, but he believed that she followed him. Luke freaked out and put a chair under the door handle. A few minutes later, we heard scratches at the door and Lea saying “Oh Anon-chaaan~…it’s me, Lea~! please open the door, or I’ll go yandere on you~…”
We stayed in the band room until Lea was apprehended by a security guard. Apparently another student had seen her attacking Mike and flagged down a teacher, who called security and tracked her down. It later came to light that she had a crush on me and felt jealous that I was spending time with people who weren’t her, especially Luke.
She was expelled a few days later. From what I’ve seen on her Facebook page, she’s still a weeaboo, still a self-proclaimed ‘yandere’, and she still acts the exact same way that she did when I met her.
THINGS PEOPLE NEED TO REALIZE:
- Characters who get angered easily (by anything) are Yangire, not Yandere.
- Yandere characters get angered by people who get near their love interest, oftentimes treating those people violently.
- Yangire characters usually don’t have a love interest.
- Yandere characters usually do have a love interest.
- Not all insane characters are Yandere.
- Not all insane characters are Yangire, either.
Yangire characters have a ‘pet peeve’ that makes them snap (切れ, kire/gire, to cut/slice/lose one’s temper?) and snapping makes them ‘yan’ (病んでる, yanderu, to be mentally sick?).
Yandere is essentially the same, except their ‘pet peeve’ that makes them snap is always their love interest (でれでれ, deredere, to be in love/show affection?).
At least according to my knowledge, an insane character isn’t yandere/yangire unless they have contrast between their ‘yan’ state and their ‘normal’ state of mind.
Okay so here’s the thing
Some people who are fans of yandere want girlfriends/boyfriends
with obsessive love disorder that are, well, yandere!
I don’t see how one could want to date someone like this:
- constantly stalking you, regardless of what you’re doing
- will become deeply envious/hateful of anyone you get near, regardless of how you think of them
- Is willing to kill your friends and family
- In some situations, willing to kill you
- Will do anything to find out about you, even things you don’t want to talk about
- Will be in risk of suicide if you flee from them or don’t like them
- Will keep you captive, away from the outside world and will never let you go anywhere
I think my parents are sorta like yandere
we love you more than anything
we want you to be happy
YOUR GRADES ARE BAD ARE U STUPID OR WHAT JFC
YOU EAT TOO MUCH YOU PIG
STOP DRESSING LIKE THAT DO WANT ERRONE TO HATE YOU
YOU DON'T NEED YOUR STUPID FRIENDS ONLY US
YOU FILTHY SON OF A BITCH, YOU ARE GOOD FOR NOTHING CAN'T BELIEVE YOU'RE OUR CHILD
omg our baby why are you crying
who made you cry
must have been the internet
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