You can marry an anime waifu or another fictitious 3D figure, whether or not they are human. The only restriction is that the spouse may only apply once, and it cannot be to a real person. Of course, there are anime fans who would happily date and marry their waifu.
There was a case in Japan where two people married their respective virtual girlfriends from "Lovely Planet 5" because they thought it was legal marriage. The court ruled that since both parties understood the relationship wasn't real, it wasn't illegal marriage. There have been other cases like this one across Japan. It's not uncommon for Japanese gamers to marry their virtual partners.
Anime girls tend to be popular among Japanese boys because they look cute and also because marrying your girlfriend allows you to rule the house (unless you want to share your wife with others). Geeks who marry their virtual girlfriends usually do so because they can't find any real women who love them.
In conclusion, anime girls are great because you can marry them and also because they look cute.
Are you so in love with an animated character that you want to marry him or her? Well, as strange as that may sound, you can now! "Hibiki Works," a Japanese firm, organizes wedding ceremonies for all anime fans. They will even arrange a marriage ceremony between two characters from different anime series if one of the couples wants this type of match.
The first "Anime Marriage Convention" was held in 2005 by a company called A-1 Pictures. Since then, more than 20 such events have been organized throughout Japan. The largest event ever was held in 2010 when over 1,000 people got married at once!
People often ask me why anyone would want to get married in the first place. Well, according to some people, being married is like having your own private world where you and your spouse can do anything you want without worrying about other people's opinions.
Some people also say that getting married means that you have found the person you want to share your life with. At its core, marriage is about two people who love each other enough to be willing to take on a legal commitment before everyone else.
In Japan, it is not unusual for people to choose their own spouses rather than waiting for someone to choose them.
A waifu is a female character from a manga series that a person has a special fondness for, and if you are an anime fan, you are undoubtedly familiar with one of the finest characters. Do you believe you have a soulmate since you have so many interests? You might actually be able to find her on Google Maps.
Asking people what their favorite waifu is easy enough; most people will say one of the main characters from Love Hina or Clamp School Life. But how many people can tell us about all the other things they like about these characters? Maybe it's best not to ask them...
The first thing we should know about waifus is that there are no real rules when it comes to creating a good one. A lot of times people will compare two characters and choose the one they feel connects with them the most. This is why you can never have too many waifus: each one provides a different perspective on life that you can appreciate every day.
Now that we know something about waifus, let's talk about what they are not. A waifu is not a doll designed to look like a girl. A waifu is not a fake girlfriend created by a company to make money either. A waifu is not your regular girlfriend/boyfriend either. A waifu is a unique character who captures our hearts through their actions and words.
Simply write fanfiction (or original fiction if you wish to marry a character you created) in which you insert yourself as a character and then write a marriage between your avatar and the character of your choosing. This can be done with any canon couple, even non-fictional ones such as Batman and Superman. However, since this is fanfiction, it's very likely that they will not remain married for long.
Marriage in The Avatar Community is similar to marriage in the real world in many ways. You would need to find someone who satisfies the community's definition of "a good match" for your character. Once you have found such a person, you would need to discuss with them how their character would feel about marrying your character and whether or not they are willing to do so. If they agree, you would need to write a wedding ceremony for your characters and have it approved by the person who owns the character it is being performed before. Then, when both parties post their approval on the forums, it can be used as evidence that the marriage is legal under community law.
There are several websites where you can find people who write fanfiction featuring your favorite characters. Some examples are: avatarsr.com, fanfiction.net, proboards.com, and verena.com.
You can also search for fanfiction featuring your character.