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I hate weeaboos (don't we all)

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by , 22nd February 2009 at 11:36 PM (3695 Views)
I used to go to a cartoon/anime/manga art class. The reason I stopped going was because there was a flood of weeaboos and they all ganged up on me. The king of the weeaboos was this fat, hairy gorilla of a guy who sounded loud and nerdy with a slight lisp. He carried a Pokemon plushie around with him in his jacket and he couldn't shut up about this one trip he had to Japan.

He went on and on about how great Japan is. I told him that one reason I'd not like to live in Japan is because I like having a nice big, green lawn. Then one of the other weeaboos looked at me as if I had just said that I ate poop for breakfast. The king weeaboo was like OMG JAPPAN HAZ LAND 2! And I was like YOU don't know much about Japan for someone who's been there.

Then he goes on about how "godly" Japanese music is even though Britain is known for having some of the best music around. He also brags how he buys onigiri (says it with the accent and it sounds really out of place and stupid) from his local convenience store and he lives in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. I'm sure they also have shrines and tori gates there too, bud.

Plus, there's those people who hate dubs even though they're actually good dubs like Azumanga Daioh. They complain about Osaka's "Texan" accent which is actually a Southern accent and complaining that she has an accent is the dub is not valid because she has a Kansai accent in the original. Meh, I don't even like Azumanga Daioh anymore so what's the point.

And then there are those people who think they know Japanese like "neko, kawaii, desu, baka". I feel like saying "Omae ga baka na jin desu." (you're the stupid persion.) because I actually know quite a bit of Japanese grammar and am actually getting the hang of the wa/ga difference.

btw, the king weeaboo wasn't even the usual white person, he was Israeli.

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  1. Satoshi-kun's Avatar
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    Liek desu daijabu kawaii, I'm a neko-chaaaaaaaan.

    Or something like that...

    Also, this is required viewing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQlur3rkglE
  2. The Outrage's Avatar
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    ._.

    tomato-chan
  3. Blackjack Gabbiani's Avatar
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    You can get onigiri at some of the gas stations around here, and I'm in Portland, Oregon. But then we have probably a vastly higher Japanese population than Brooklyn...but still, you can get them easily.
  4. Kasumi's Avatar
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    That reminds me of this person who asked someone who lives in Japan if they're a Death Note fan because DN is popular there. >_>
  5. DCM's Avatar
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    mind explaining what a weeaboos is? Sounds like every typical teenager who reads shohen jump and thereboy consider them self an expert on Japan.
  6. The Outrage's Avatar
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    Oh wait, I actually did have an experience with a few when I went to watch the Death note movie in theatres, though they seem more like super annoying deathnote fans who kept critisizing the movie for absolutely no reason.

    Then there was this guy who sounded like a really hyper active girl every time he laughed, which was every five seconds. It was kind of annoying when at the end of the movie they criticised L for killing himself rather than making him die "50 years later" You'd think if you were going to stay out past mall hours to watch an anime movie that you'd actually know the premise of the story.
  7. Dogasu's Avatar
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    My group of friends and I here usually just call them "wapanese" (as in wanabee + Japanese) or "wappers" for short. We're also fond of "LBH" (loser back home) to describe people who obviously have no social skills but still manage to get Japanese people to hang out with them because they're OMG FOREIGNERS!!!!!!

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