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    This girl. You may be thinking, well what’s wrong with her?

    Her name is Yuka Takaoka, 21 years old. She is praised online as being a real-life yandere. You don’t know what a yandere is? It is an anime term, “A character, usually, a girl, who fits the archetype of being genuinely kind, loving, or gentle, as well as obsessed with their love interest, sometimes demonstrating this through violent behaviour.” The term “yandere” is originally from anime, but the term was also picked up by people who don’t even watch it because of the game “yandere simulator”; a game about killing school girls just to be with your crush. It is especially popular with children around the ages of 10–14, keep in mind. And no, I am not blaming the game for what she did. I referenced it because most of the people who idolized her come from the yandere simulator fandom.

    So you may be asking, real-life yandere?

    Yes, one night on May 23, Yuka Takaoka’s boyfriend at the time, Phoenix Luna, planned to help Takaoka with cleaning at her apartment. Due to work, he eventually arrived 3 hours late, so instead of cleaning, he took a bath. After his bath, he laid down in bed. He then got a call from a customer at the bar he was working in at the time. Takaoka then stabbed Luna with a kitchen knife. Luna ended up surviving, and Takaoka went to prison.

    Here is how Luna, explained what happened to him;

    “After I got an uncomfortable feeling in my stomach, I looked and saw a knife protruding from me and a lot of blood,” Phoenix Luna said. “Strangely, I felt no pain, but I was shocked and frightened. So, I shoved Takaoka from the bed and fled. She then chased me. I thought I was dead.” Takaoka caught him after he ran out the front door. “But I shook loose and got on the elevator,” he said. “I lost consciousness when I got to the lobby. I don’t remember the rest.”

    Eventually, people from all around the world picked up on this story, and praised her for being a yandere, like Ayano Aishi from yandere simulator. (keep in mind that I mentioned the fanbase for this game are children.)

    When you look up her name on Instagram or Twitter, you’ll see tons of fan pages of her, with people leaving thing like “you’re my idol!” in the comments, and people calling her hot and sexy for what she did.

    Here are some quotes from the girl;

    “Since I loved him so much, I just couldn’t help it.” She told police, “I did not call emergency services because I intended to die after watching him die from the stabbing.”

    “I was sad and seeking to die, and I thought how I would like to go about it,” she said. “I thought I would kill him because I thought that was how I could be with him. I thought that expressions such as ‘I like you’ and ‘I would like to be with you’ would become a reality if we both die.”

    “It was the one thing I put in order in preparing for a new life with him,” she said. “After I stabbed him, he said he liked me.”

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    She got DSL’s

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    Okay

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    Okay

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    Yea so i read the story and i gotta say she wild. Niggas get h**** from this?

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    need

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    What the f***

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    Uwu

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    We need Anime control. These people are getting out of hand.

    you already know this girl saw a character on a show and said "this is my new identity"

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    Tadow

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    Imagine trying to kill your s/o and the internet praises you for it humanity has really been going downhill lately

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  • would do it for kanye-san

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    02Shaq

    We need Anime control. These people are getting out of hand.

    you already know this girl saw a character on a show and said "this is my new identity"

    Idol culture in the east created this unfortunately but yes anime does exploit it

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    gh0stman

    Imagine trying to kill your s/o and the internet praises you for it humanity has really been going downhill lately

    I think this happened a year or two ago and weirdos on Twitter (goth girl emo freaks with symbols in their name) were posting pictures of this with “mood”, meanwhile they’re getting anxiety when the waiter asks them if they’re ready to order

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    gh0stman

    Imagine trying to kill your s/o and the internet praises you for it humanity has really been going downhill lately

    losers have no respect and would put up with anything for p****

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    Simps gotta die.

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    man this has to be fake

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    What the f*** did I just read

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    title made me think of

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    Their is a lot to unpack with a story like this, points that include but aren't limited to "art imitating life" and "dissociating fiction from reality",

    On both sides of the spectrum by way. Her and the people online who praise her.

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