I dont necessarily think they know each other. But theyre both pedo-y so im not surprised if they crossed paths on tumblr via fandom or whatever. I do know that collaredginger is mutual buds with both of em though.Oh shit, she's involved with Zer?
2. Nemu badly wanted to fuck the Showbiz Pizza bear. Her big fantasy was taking his virginity because of this song. She even went to one of the surviving Showbiz Pizza band locations so she could get a picture with him and touch his face. The dude who owns the band is super
protective of it, so the good news is Nemu likely would've had clean hands and not pussy-doused ones.
They go by papamametchi on Twitter now.Not sure if anyone will have the information I’m looking for, but figured it was worth mentioning; Does anyone remember Nemu having a friend who was obsessed with Dr. Crygor and Mike from Warioware? I think he might have had the drcrygor url at some point, he was also obsessed with kesha and the bad megaman cartoon. The reason I ask is because I vaugely remember she and he got into a public spat with his ex-boyfriend after the ex started dating another person. Sent threats and accused him of cheating or something, I think someone made a callout-esque post about them for this in 2014 or 2015. It was when Nemu had the blog theme with that picture of Pauly but sweaty.
I've been realizing how common it was for people that young to be hanging around her. A lot of her biggest fans were around 15-18, and she'd let them into her closer circles if they appealed to her in any way.They're currently 21 years old, so they would've been 16 around the time Nemu was hanging out with them online, Nemu would've been 21.
In Nemu's mind, kinkshaming was akin to bullying. You couldn't even joke about being kinkshamed (i.e. a friend teasing you for a character you liked and you say "I'm being kinkshamed!") because it was that serious to her. She held her "abusers" on Tumblr (read: the people who just made fun of her) to be on the same level of suicide-goaders and stalkers.
There was one time when Nemu was watching 1000 Ways To Die, the series Ron Perlman narrated - I think it was on TV in her work's employee break room - and got really upset during the segment "Crib Your Enthusiasm". To cut it short, it's about a guy with a baby roleplaying fetish who winds up getting his neck crushed when he sticks his head through a drop-side crib. Nemu came to Twitter that day, very distraught about how the episode "kinkshamed" a "common fetish", and her disgust at the line, "Ohh, does baby have a boo-boo??" She was so upset then, but it's always cracked me up how Nemu got indirectly kinkshamed by Ron Perlman.
I've been realizing how common it was for people that young to be hanging around her. A lot of her biggest fans were around 15-18, and she'd let them into her closer circles if they appealed to her in any way.
This makes me wonder how much Nemu content has been truly lost. There’s only so many records and archives of her debauchery because it’s unfortunately too easy to wipe a tumblr blog. I remember the “waifu charts” or “waifu grids” being popular but then having to be renamed because of notable tumblr users (namely nishimikan) stating it was racist to use broken japanese to describe fictional characters you want to bone. I also wonder what Nemu would have done during the fictionkin boom in 2015 if she’d gotten involved.I was milling over my experiences with Nemu again, trying to put together more things to post in here (i.e. not just Tumblr grade "this person was really weird and mean umu" crap), when I realized something that's had a lasting effect: a term Nemu made up, "fictional others". People still use it in little corners of Tumblr.
Back in 2015, when Nemu started to get more attention from people outside her friend group, she started getting heat for calling the characters she'd fuck her husbandos/waifus. A few anons were calling her racist (likely just people yanking her chain), so she started workshopping a new reference term...I don't know who helped her come up with it, but she soon introduced "fictional other", short form "f/o". It came from "significant other", and I remember it took off like wildfire with her closest friends and fans. I think that was around the same time she started calling her waifu chart the "sweetie squares". Even after she bailed Tumblr for Twitter, there were still people using it, and it just took off slowly from them.
I just searched the term on Tumblr, and there's a ton of recent posts with people using it. I really wonder if they have any idea it was coined by someone with vomit and radiation fetishes.
Bonus: When Inside Out first came to theatres, Nemu spent a bit of time deliberating over whether or not she'd fuck Bing Bong. That was immediately derailed when some teenager sent her a Tumblr anon message begging her not to fuck him. It was phrased like, "Inside Out is a comforting thing for me, don't you put your hands on it!" Nemu took a ton of offense to the wording, whined about this in response, and immediately abandoned interest in Inside Out. That kid saved us all from seeing Mama Nemu violate Bing Bong's cotton candy ding-dong or something.
Oh, she definitely got into fictionkin. In addition to identifying as otherkin (with her boa constrictor-sona), Nemu would often describe being kin with Ness from Earthbound, even as an adult. He was her main in Melee, which she played a lot while her boozer parents were out of the house. She got into Earthbound in her early teens, and developed a kinship with Ness because he too was away from his parents a lot. She would get really defensive of how Ness was portrayed in fan art...it was good because she condemned anything sexualizing him, but also disastrous because she would pick apart any Ness fanart until she could determine it was to her liking.I also wonder what Nemu would have done during the fictionkin boom in 2015 if she’d gotten involved.
Oh, she definitely got into fictionkin. In addition to identifying as otherkin (with her boa constrictor-sona), Nemu would often describe being kin with Ness from Earthbound, even as an adult. He was her main in Melee, which she played a lot while her boozer parents were out of the house. She got into Earthbound in her early teens, and developed a kinship with Ness because he too was away from his parents a lot. She would get really defensive of how Ness was portrayed in fan art...it was good because she condemned anything sexualizing him, but also disastrous because she would pick apart any Ness fanart until she could determine it was to her liking.
Well yeah, we don't want vomit fetish art of someone puking on poor Ness' ding dong.I knew mother 2 would come up sooner or later when she took a liking to snes games, I was scared of this happening. However at least she doesn't sexualize Ness and his pals with vomit fetish art, that's a good thing. The thing about Ness is that he's a silent protagonist that is supposed to reflect the players personality. Everyone can have a much different interperation of him. :powerlevel: As a big mother fan I know I interpreted him a different way.
I think nemu is trapped in a bubble where she wants everything to be just perfect for her, nothing to hurt her and nothing to go against how she thinks. She's trying to get back that childhood she never had.