変態ネット声優神月来夢のドエロセックス実演音声!

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    The BBW ad next to this comment is fucking gross not gonna lie

    I’ve never seen someone say something this big-brained in this website, let alone a whole analysis that utilizes stimuli in his reasoning. Good job man, very impressed by your analysis but at the same time, wondering why you even wrote this (I’m not one to talk, I’m replying to a message for no reason)

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      zoklev

      Thanks, I’m glad to see my efforts being noticed. I try my best to analyze, review, or rate any media I encounter to help me remember it better, and japanese asmr is no exception to this.

      You know how when you’re experiencing media (whether it be reading a story, watching a show, or listening to something), while you are experiencing it, you understand what’s happening. You understand the character motivations, causes and effects, themes, and you know the story up to the moment that you are experiencing. With this much understanding, you feel like this experience is being stored into your memory. After all, you experienced it, thought about it, and enjoyed it (sometimes). However, the harsh reality is that humans won’t remember most of these stories. I only recently realized this as I failed to remember what happens in my two favorite anime of all time (steins;gate & NGNL), and that was a huge slap in the face. I remember where and when I watched these series, I remember how I felt while watching them, I even remember that I enjoyed them more than other series, making them my favorites. Even though I enjoyed them that much, I couldn’t even remember anything beyond the main plot points.

      (I did some research on this, and I found an article that describes/explains this phenomenon perfectly: https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2018/01/what-was-this-article-about-again/551603/)

      I feel like I deserve to remember these experiences. I feel like a major part of who I am was robbed by my own forgetfulness. I decided to start interacting with the media I experience beyond just thinking about it in my head so that I will no longer lose these precious memories. In order to write analyses/reviews/ratings, my brain needs to organize the story, recall events, and make connections. This ensures that my experiences stick, and are stored in long-term memory.

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      • Anonymous

        Old comment but I don’t really agree with your line of thinking. Sure, we may not remember EVERYTHING in the things we experience but we remember the important things, and how it made us feel. We remember how it impacted us in that moment and even now, as we’re typing this out. To me it’s more of a blessing rather than a curse, because that means I can experience that thing again without losing interest and getting bored, which helps me relive how the things made me feel and reminds me of the impact it has on me.

        I used to play through a VN called Katawa Shoujo every year because it made me seriously think about my life and the things I want from it. It made me cherish what I have and to never stop fighting for what you love. But the more I played through it, the more mundane it became. The more it just felt numbing and hollow. It started to feel like any other piece of media rather than this thing I once held so belovedly.

        I think it’s like recalling childhood memories and nostalgia. The feelings and initial experiences are the most important thing about them. If we could go back and relive those experiences, it wouldn’t have the same magic as it does through the rosy lens of our memory and naivety.

        Not trying to say your outlook is bad or wrong, just giving my two cents on the matter.

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    zoklev

    Her addressing the audience and explaining everything she’s about to do in a matter-of-fact/unenthused(almost bored) manner really takes away from the immersion effect, and that’s a very important factor of these audio works for me. I would enjoy this much more if I could imagine myself being in the situation suggested by these sounds. However, that is just impossible if she says “I’m going to fuck you now, so please enjoy” in that kind of tone every 10 minutes or so. I know that this a “sex demonstration” and not necessarily a roleplay, so immersion isn’t essential. All I’m saying is that I would enjoy this much better if I could immerse myself

    Of course, you can derive enjoyment purely from this girl’s moans and the imitation of sex sounds because guys are genetically programmed to enjoy the sensory stimuli that come with sex, and these sounds imitate the auditory stimuli that come with sex. However, I enjoy the imaginary scenario of actual sex with all its stimuli (but only imagined) more than only the plain auditory stimuli which are her moans and the sound effects.

    Her addressing the audience harms the work, yet it has no obvious pros, only cons. The work would be just as good without these addresses, everybody would be able to infer what is happening in a scene from its sounds. I’m left here wondering why she addressed the audience if they only do harm and no good. My theory is that she’s embarrassed that she is producing this type of work addresses her audience to put up an appearance that she thinks recording this audio is trivial and boring.

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        • Anonymous

          Old comment but I don’t really agree with your line of thinking. Sure, we may not remember EVERYTHING in the things we experience but we remember the important things, and how it made us feel. We remember how it impacted us in that moment and even now, as we’re typing this out. To me it’s more of a blessing rather than a curse, because that means I can experience that thing again without losing interest and getting bored, which helps me relive how the things made me feel and reminds me of the impact it has on me.

          I used to play through a VN called Katawa Shoujo every year because it made me seriously think about my life and the things I want from it. It made me cherish what I have and to never stop fighting for what you love. But the more I played through it, the more mundane it became. The more it just felt numbing and hollow. It started to feel like any other piece of media rather than this thing I once held so belovedly.

          I think it’s like recalling childhood memories and nostalgia. The feelings and initial experiences are the most important thing about them. If we could go back and relive those experiences, it wouldn’t have the same magic as it does through the rosy lens of our memory and naivety.

          Not trying to say your outlook is bad or wrong, just giving my two cents on the matter.

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          • Anonymous

            Ignore this comment, I clicked reply on another thread but it posted it on this one for some reason (;¬_¬)

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