This Japanese Company Pays Its Workers More If They Marry Anime Characters.
>Gatebox Lab is willing to offer its employees a monthly stipend if they’ve bound themselves to a fictional spouse. http://comicbook.com/anime/2017/11/24/anime-fans-marry-characters-japan-waifu-manga/
You wont be seeing this in wageslaving-Afrocentrist slaugthertorioums wizards work on.
Why were my posts deleted? OP made a claim as if Japan's work culture was somehow better than the west because of 1 company doing something and I made a counter to it.
This thread was not moved by mods from /lounge/!, I deleted the other thread, and I re-made the thread here, I totally forgot about /jp/ and thought /longe/ would make the thread more lively.
stop using exclamation marks, makes you sound like a succubus
>when two Japs marry the same waifu
Awkward.. Reminds of that image from some Japanese movie where a Rōnin looking guy tells a succubus to kill herself since she's been with two men.
someone did research and turns out they don't care if you're already married. you can get these benefits. they don't treat waifuism like a real relationship. it's just a PR stunt.
funny how the only evidence of love they ask for is a single sentence. fuck you for falling for this OP. you should know to be more cynical by now.
I didn't like the idea to begin with, it just feels wrong to write things in her name. Especially something as precious as marriage.
he looks interestingly normal
I wonder if he is really dedicated to it or just for temporary hype
As someone who takes wiafus seriously I don't want to even watch this video.
Knowing that Asuna is there is all you need to know the list is garbage
Wait what? Did another season of SAO come out last year?
just skipped over it, always avoided fate series and havent touched sword art online, but i know akari from the current airing series is pretty good momtier
>>25569>Meanwhile at wizchan, waifu threads are dead, how did this happened?
This place is a faggot shit hole now, that is why. Last thread was filled with trolls and their waifus. Mods did not do anything about it, mods lied JP died.>>25608
Watched it and I don't reconize any characters, I have been staying off the mainstream content because anime has become un appealing to me. This video is just proof of how far the fanbase that drives the industry has gone to shit.
I can't contribute because you all will shittalk my waifu or post porn of her but I worship her religiously.
Wage slaving is worse in japan than in probably any other country.
I think it was a movie?
I didn't watch it, though.
False, there is cero niggers.
He is right, Japan has normal looking weekly hours but the hidden truth is that overtime hours is a normal thing in Japan. Everybody does it. They probably are the country with the most hours worked per year if you include overtime.https://www.google.fr/amp/s/www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2017-06-22/goldman-sachs-says-japan-should-tackle-issue-of-unpaid-overtime
Yet their productivity is so much lower then countries like the US.
They spend so much time at work just bullshitting rather then getting the shit done and going home.
My job actually gets flat out mad if I go over the time they scheduled. They actively do not want you to do overtime unless you are a salaried employ.
So, like Mexico but whit much better pay and no criminals.
here 14 hour shifts are commonplace and they are all poorly paid, and still they force you to take soccer classes and go to matches.
>bumping waifu thread to discuss wageslavery
SAO has become the COD of anime; normalfags won't stop watching it so the Japs won't stop making sequels and now they're even making spin-offs.
Might as well delete this thread, all the waifufag "wizards" went to /mai/ on 8chan to be with their crab brethern.
You PM me directly.
Seems to be the 'please come work for us, we're progressive' type of crap. Nevertheless quite interesting. Makes me curious how popular waifuism is in japanese anime subculture. At least, compared to here where waifu = biggest tiddy favorite succubus in the show.
Well, just knowing the company involved it actually makes a bit of sense, but it raises a few ethical concerns about using employees personal lives as a resource for R&D.