But while Tora Con encourages its clients to wear their otaku pride on their sleeve (going so far as to administer “otaku diagnostic tests” to help pinpoint their interests), even it admits that it’s difficult to find love with another person when the only things you love to do are all connected to otaku-oriented media, as explained in a series of recent tweets the Tora Con official Twitter account.
People in groups 2 and 3 are the ones who’re most likely to have romantic success, so if you can, it’s best to give yourself some sort of “added value.” As much as possible, really.
But other then that I like just hanging out Names Dustin, I live in Tempe and I am looking to meet friends!
service, which focuses on bringing together singles who’re looking for serious relationships that they hope will eventually lead to marriage.
Tora Con went on to clarify that it isn’t saying it can’t find a match for otaku with a narrow range of interests.