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Congratulations on Your Marriage

This Japanese dude (goes by the name Sal 9000) here just get married. Nothing is wrong with that except that his girlfriend, Nene Anegasaki, is a character from a DS game Love Plus. There's even a real priest to legitimate their marriage.

And before his marriage, he went to a "honeymoon" to Guam

This is how his relationship began with Nene, as he explains:

"Ok, this is embarrassing. The DS has a mic and a touchscreen, time, she asked me to say "I love you" a hundred times into the mic. I was on the airplane when she asked me that, so I was like, no way. There was also this part where you have to hold her hand on the touchscreen. If you touch her hand with the stylus, you get to hold her hand. And then there's the part where you have to kiss her"

Yeah, I know you guys are wondering a lot of stuff but keep it to yourself :p
I wonder how their child would look like

Seriously, I'm not going to be like that

This is Nene just in case you want to see her


  1. these japanese are not so clever after all heh

  2. one word : hyperreality

    ketidakupayaan membezakan realiti dengan fantasi. heh.

    btw, bini dia comel.
    tua nanti, tetap comel macam tu ke?

  3. rayza - even games never fail us, they can never give the love like girls do ;)

    hosni - nah...not everyone is clever~

    bawang - stay muda aa tuh...haha

  4. a BIG loser..dhla muke pon skema..hahaha..pelik2 je org ni

  5. takleh wat aper2 aa orang dah sangap...haha

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  7. x jugak..tu namernyer orang x pnah rase gf sebenar lagi...haha


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