Man Marries Virtual Girlfriend: SAL9000, Nene Anegasaki, and Love Plus

November 24, 2009

Making the news today is the crazy story that sounds like the opening line to a great novel: “Man marries virtual girlfriend!” Read the story of SAL9000 and Nene Anegasaki and tell us what you think.

man marries virtual girlfriend

SAL9000 is the nom de plume of an online blogger who has fallen in love with his virtual girlfriend with the exotic name of Nene Anegasaki. What do all virtual girlfriends have interplanetary names? They are never Jeanette, Jen, Sarah, Sandy or Patricia. That’s a little inside joke so never you mind.

The strange fellow met his online bride on the online game called “Love Plus.” That is a dating game where you wine and dine life matches just like the real thing. Sure it is, believe me. You get to buy virtual flowers with credits, go on moonlight strolls, and dance the night away in discos if you are still going through your Wild Man period.

SAL9000 was so stricken that he married his online girlfriend in Guam because it is apparently legal to do such things in an island paradise. The wedding ceremony itself was streamed live on the web for all interested persons to watch. A public reception will be held in his hometown of Tokyo Japan where you can presumably meet Nene Anegasaki somehow.

Online blogging can be a lonely and busy activity. And so we learn of SAL9000 who was so lonely and so busy that he began dating his perfect woman, Nene Anegasaki.

In the game she is billed as “Senpai at school and work.” Senpai roughly means “mentor” in Japanese so we can say that SAL9000 prefers a dominatrix.

She is truly the perfect woman in every way. She only talks back when he plays Mommy, and is hot between the sheets (in a virtual way of course) for a man who deserves it all. You can see Nene Anegasaki’s photo above.

She is so perfect that he took her as his wife. So wullah! We have the first of its kind in the history of the world. Man marries virtually girlfriend, and the world will never be the same.

Tell us what you think in the comments as you view a video of the “Love Plus” game and a cool music video I found called “Virtual Girlfriend” by a very real girl.

Love Plus

Virtual Girlfriend (Video)

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23 Responses to “Man Marries Virtual Girlfriend: SAL9000, Nene Anegasaki, and Love Plus”

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    Miquel Rogers Says:

    I am amazed on how the creations look like young teen girls.

    Will we need cyber pedophilia laws to prevent under aged cyber sex.

    makes you think.

  2. 2
    j bo Says:

    same sex marriage is an issue, but some how it’s ok for a guy to marry essentially, “his computer”? That’s sad……THAT makes you think.

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    Jon Rohr Says:

    In the William Gibson novel Idoru a pop star named Rez sets out to marry a virtual woman named Rei Toei.

    Since this ‘SAL9000′ is not a celebrity, nor anything like interesting : he clearly named himself after the ground-based copy of the HAL9000 computer in the novel 2010 by A.C. Clarke.

    It is safe to say that Nothing about this is original.

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    andy Says:

    how could you marry your “computer”?? hmm makes you think how the world and people changes and reacts alongside technology and cyber space..
    i guess miquel rogers has a point for saying that we will need cyber phedophilia laws

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    Eric marte Says:

    You’ve got to be freaking kidding me…YOU’VE GOT TO BE FRIKKING KIDDING ME

  6. 6
    chubbs Says:

    Jon, it was 2001: A Space Odyssey, not 2010.
    And nothing is original.

    And Miquel, Google ‘lolicon’.

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    rikki-tiki Says:

    Jon is correct, the SAL 9000 computer (HAL’s earth-based sibling) was introduced in Arthur C. Clarke’s 1984 novel “2010: Odyssey Two”.

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    Tim Footman Says:

    Sounds like a lame publicity stunt for the game. Did anybody bother to check this out? Is there a journalist in the house?

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    Jon Rohr Says:


    Sorry to disagree with you, but SOURCE:

    Both the quote from the book and the clip from the film.

    As if it matters.

    With regards to “nothing is original” – the difference between an ‘original’ idea, a derivative work, and a pop-culture reference used for satire is defined by Copyright, Patent and Trademark law.

    So while philosophically your argument may have some merit, reality would disagree with you.

    But, like, you know, what-ever.

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    rawr Says:

    hey Sal9000, why would u marrie your virtual girlfriend. she just a anime character. she’s not real. u r. hav u lookd in the mirror lately, cuz u r stupid. by the time ur very old. she still gonna be young u dumass pendejo. get a real F**kin life n move on!!!!!!!!!!

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