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#1626 by beliar
2018-12-15 at 23:42
I also think it has more in common with Gokkun than with Creampie Eating, as the latter specifically involves eating jizz from human orifices rather than from any container.
#1627 by batoo
2018-12-15 at 23:58
^ Ok, thx :D
#1628 by cfk
2018-12-16 at 03:49
Are there ethnicities paired with Japanese often enough to form a notable subcategory of link such as British-Japanese or Chinese-Japanese or American-Japanese? That would be cool to include!
#1629 by batoo
2018-12-16 at 12:23
Is there a trait to designate people who are not recognized as members of the opposite sex by the others (like for Kajiya Ayano, Oikawa Tasuku or Tachimori Saki)?

If not, do you think it would be fine to create it (but I've no idea for the name ^^)?
#1630 by beliar
2018-12-16 at 12:35
who are not recognized as members of the opposite sex by the others
It's called being friends. Not every member of the opposite sex needs to be looked at as a romance option. Though apparently that only works in real life - when that happens in VNs you purportedly need a separate trait for that... /s
On a serious note, no Batoo, I do not think it needs some sort of a specific trait.
#1631 by batoo
2018-12-16 at 13:19
^ I meant by EVERYONE not just friends, like completely unpopular from a romantic point of view XD anyway thanks Beliar for answering me :3
#1632 by cfk
2018-12-16 at 17:28
something like "engages in Friendzoning" and "subject of Friendzoning" would be interesting to have for friends with un-returned romantic interests in their friends.

It would be very difficult to prove something as broad as "nobody is attracted to this person", I wouldn't bother with it.

It's also worth pointing out that mass amounts of men are this by default and we would probably only bother pointing it out for women who are inexplicably not pursued. That could be as much due to them seeming intimidating / out of league than not being attractive though.
#1633 by bobjr2000
2018-12-16 at 19:29
I agree with beliar, I wouldn't see point of friendzone if the character still ends up being more than friends. And if they don't get past friendzone then being friends, side character, not sexually involved works as well to tell people.

Just seems like more specific traits out there to tell you what there relationship is vs what it isn't. Explaining why some is pursued or not just seems a bit subjective to side characters that may not need explanation beyond one or both simply not interested.

Maybe a joke/ not taken serious by anyone but I think have traits to kind of explain that already.
#1634 by batoo
2018-12-18 at 13:20
#1632 Already try but denied XD (Friendzoning & Friendzoning)

#1633 Tell your joke dude x)
#1635 by savagetiger
2018-12-20 at 15:44
Baker should have 'Patissier' as an alias.Last modified on 2018-12-20 at 15:45
#1636 by bobjr2000
2018-12-20 at 17:29
#1634

Want to hear a joke about construction? I'm still working on it.
#1637 by batoo
2018-12-20 at 22:43
#1636 My reaction

No seriously it was a good one XD
#1638 by namingmegently
2018-12-21 at 13:56
Pocket Square: A clearer description for this trait: "A handkerchief, often colored or figured, worn in the front breast pocket of a suit or blazer as a fashion accessory."Last modified on 2018-12-21 at 17:42
#1639 by lunaterra
2018-12-27 at 18:24
News Presenter should be under Careers. Landlord doesn't need to be under Role since it's already under Careers.
#1640 by usagi
2019-01-05 at 18:52
Lolicon and Shotacon traits should be restored considering that Lolicon Protagonist and Shotacon Protagonist tags were approved.
#1641 by lunaterra
2019-01-16 at 01:09
Handbag should have "Purse" as an alias.

I'd recommend that Cupid's Phobia be called "Fear of Commitment" instead. I'd never heard the phrase "Cupid's Phobia" before seeing that trait; "Fear of Commitment" is much more straightforward.

I'd also recommend that the sentence "It's not a mental illness, but a phobia just like androphobia" have the second part removed, because a phobia by definition IS a mental illness (as opposed to simply being mildly afraid of something which is what the sentence is going for).

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