A terrible medical condition for those attending an anime convention.
It is usually caused by attendees when they've had more fun during the weekend than they usually have. This can also be caused by making friends that you can only see at cons, thus causing withdrawal and depression.
Symptoms of post-con depression may include: Lazyness, procrastination, withdrawal, whining, lack of interest, daydreaming, and soreness.
The only known remedy for post-con depression is to hang out with the friends met at the convention, or waiting for the next convention to come around. Sometimes working on cosplay or heavy planning will weaken the symptoms.
Maaaaan... Me and my friend just came back from MomoCon and we're suffering some post-con depression. We can't even do our schoolwork because of it!
by Chibi Ann March 19, 2007
you go to ANY convention (furry con, anime con, etc.)then you go back home and just want to go back so very badly since it was so fun and exciting (and most likely not sexual)
post-con depression not used that much :/
by a sad potato May 1, 2020
This is the feeling i and many others who have attended Stranger Con (a salute to the TV series Stranger Things) hosted by Creatiom Entertainment. The side affects are similar to Noah Depression in which the day or soon after the convention you could be crying and wanting to be back at the convention and never EVER leave. You still want to be back in the arms of Millie Bobby Brown and Noah Schnapp. Now all you have to do is count the days in your Instagram Bio until Stranger Con 2019
Friend: hey what’s up?
Me: good, just Post Stranger Con Depression is worse than usual
by Schnappin_Out August 16, 2018