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Your oshi is YOUR oshi. It doesn't matter what anyone here tells you. You have the right to be entertained by any chuuba you like, and fully appreciate them for it. Even if it feels like you're the only one who likes them, there are plenty of others who support your favorite vtuber too. So don't feel bad about your preferences.
>unless you dislike ame

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But if someone tries to touch her in a place or in a way that makes her feel uncomfortable, that's no good.

>> No.4659805

I don't know how to tell when I find an oshi. I watch too many chuubas

>> No.4659871

Value that. You are able to avoid playing favorites. But pray tell how long have you been watching vtubers? I couldn't really pick a favorite at first.

>> No.4659980

If you had an oshi you'd know. If you feel like you want to support her or you just really want to see her be happy and succeed in her endeavors, then that's an oshi. Also, there's nothing wrong with having multiple oshis.

>> No.4660061

Only about 6 months.

>> No.4661653

In 2 months ask yourself which on you watch the most. That one is your oshi.

>> No.4662252

>Also, there's nothing wrong with having multiple oshis.
Speaking of that, what's the difference between being a DD or a hako-oshi?

>> No.4662452

Oh wow. I picked out my favorite after about 4 months

>> No.4662966

I guess I just like them all.

>> No.4663535

If it counts for anything, I've been into vtubers since mid 2018 and I still don't have an oshi either.

>> No.4663752

Literally speaking they mean the same thing, but DD is more of a pejorative term.

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I had watched her for a year and only realized that when she took a break. Sometimes you only realize you love someone when you lost them.

>> No.4664749

Having someone as an oshi is not even remotely the same as being in love with them. You people are mistaking it for gachikoi.

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