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what do u think is the line between someone that likes anime and an otaku
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Otaku = Implied as someone who doesn't leave the house and is a disgusting creature.
^ That pretty much tells you the line between anime lover and otaku


Wrong. Otaku is a person who is obsessed with something they dont have to have anime things to be an otaku , Otaku and anime lovers are the same thing. They both love something and overreact about it (Cosplaying) Otaku doesn't have to be someone who never goes outside you watch Welcome to the NHK? The anime guy gone to school and went out alot , and he's an otaku.


I cannot believe that you can't see the first f*cking word.


Implied is just a word to say is / Way to say thats how it is.



involved, indicated, or suggested without being directly or explicitly stated; tacitly understood: an implied rebuke; an implied compliment.

No, it isn't.


It is. Or it could be used to be added in something . "The effect of racism being banned was implied shortly after the heroic statements made by malcom X Martin luthor king and Rosa parks" Another sentence.


We're thinking about different definitions now. The "imply" you are thinking about is;To express or indicate indirectly. While the "imply" I am thinking about is; the general idea of something.


1. to indicate or suggest without being explicitly stated: His words implied a lack of faith.
2. (of words) to signify or mean.
3. to involve as a necessary circumstance: Speech implies a speaker.
4. Obsolete. to enfold.
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I just said my bad... And also signify and mean doesn't really mean general...
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Posted 8/2/08

GintokiSakata wrote:


cracktheegg wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


XenoHeavenz wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


XenoHeavenz wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


XenoHeavenz wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:

Otaku = Implied as someone who doesn't leave the house and is a disgusting creature.
^ That pretty much tells you the line between anime lover and otaku


Wrong. Otaku is a person who is obsessed with something they dont have to have anime things to be an otaku , Otaku and anime lovers are the same thing. They both love something and overreact about it (Cosplaying) Otaku doesn't have to be someone who never goes outside you watch Welcome to the NHK? The anime guy gone to school and went out alot , and he's an otaku.


I cannot believe that you can't see the first f*cking word.


Implied is just a word to say is / Way to say thats how it is.



involved, indicated, or suggested without being directly or explicitly stated; tacitly understood: an implied rebuke; an implied compliment.

No, it isn't.


It is. Or it could be used to be added in something . "The effect of racism being banned was implied shortly after the heroic statements made by malcom X Martin luthor king and Rosa parks" Another sentence.


We're thinking about different definitions now. The "imply" you are thinking about is;To express or indicate indirectly. While the "imply" I am thinking about is; the general idea of something.


1. to indicate or suggest without being explicitly stated: His words implied a lack of faith.
2. (of words) to signify or mean.
3. to involve as a necessary circumstance: Speech implies a speaker.
4. Obsolete. to enfold.


Number 2 :O
If you didn't noticed, I'm talking about the thought of otakus in general, hence, the general meaning.
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(Otaku) = Implied as someone who doesn't leave the house and is a disgusting creature.
^ That pretty much tells you the line between anime lover and otaku

You already suggested it, so is "2" but you post this afterward------



Wrong, Otakus would go out sometimes, therefore, your statement is false

their best friend is her/his favorite friend
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Posted 8/2/08 , edited 8/2/08

GintokiSakata wrote:


cracktheegg wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


cracktheegg wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


XenoHeavenz wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


XenoHeavenz wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


XenoHeavenz wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:

Otaku = Implied as someone who doesn't leave the house and is a disgusting creature.
^ That pretty much tells you the line between anime lover and otaku


Wrong. Otaku is a person who is obsessed with something they dont have to have anime things to be an otaku , Otaku and anime lovers are the same thing. They both love something and overreact about it (Cosplaying) Otaku doesn't have to be someone who never goes outside you watch Welcome to the NHK? The anime guy gone to school and went out alot , and he's an otaku.


I cannot believe that you can't see the first f*cking word.


Implied is just a word to say is / Way to say thats how it is.



involved, indicated, or suggested without being directly or explicitly stated; tacitly understood: an implied rebuke; an implied compliment.

No, it isn't.


It is. Or it could be used to be added in something . "The effect of racism being banned was implied shortly after the heroic statements made by malcom X Martin luthor king and Rosa parks" Another sentence.


We're thinking about different definitions now. The "imply" you are thinking about is;To express or indicate indirectly. While the "imply" I am thinking about is; the general idea of something.


1. to indicate or suggest without being explicitly stated: His words implied a lack of faith.
2. (of words) to signify or mean.
3. to involve as a necessary circumstance: Speech implies a speaker.
4. Obsolete. to enfold.


Number 2 :O
If you didn't noticed, I'm talking about the thought of otakus in general, hence, the general meaning.
>____________>


(Otaku) = Implied as someone who doesn't leave the house and is a disgusting creature.
^ That pretty much tells you the line between anime lover and otaku

You already suggested it, so is "2" but you post this afterward------



Wrong, Otakus would go out sometimes, therefore, your statement is false

their best friend is her/his favorite friend


Like I said, IMPLICATION. The general idea of an otaku, not what the exact meaning is. How many f*cking times do I have to explain this to you?

What s/he stated was of an opinionized fact, not as an implication of something
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UNDERSTAND?


but you doesen't sound like it...

look at this (Otaku) = Implied as someone who doesn't leave the house and is a disgusting creature.
^ That pretty much tells you the line between anime lover and otaku

R: you sound pretty confident and already justified to call them disgusting creating for doesn't leaving the house

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Wrong, Otakus would go out sometimes, therefore, your statement is false

R: What the hell if I put it this ways. It sound like you are quarrellings with yourself..
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by posting a statement of general and then exact meaning, you are being indecisive.
You think this' is a double acting.

That's a big contradiction, posting a general Idea and then a exact meaning to confront with someone

You have "sense" right?. How many f*cking times do I have to explain this to you?- give back to you


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Oh My Freaking Gods. Stop with the arguing already.

(S)he said Otaku is implied as someone who doesn't leave the house.....ect....
That IS the generalized meaning. that doesn't mean that it is correct, and was probably not his/her definition of it, however, that he/she was giving the generalized version.
That does not mean that she/he cannot have an opinion of his/her own. So quit arguing about it already.




MY idea of an otaku, would be that they mainly watch anime, and mainly read manga. And they fork out tons of money to get a special edition half naked version of some doll they idolize and are missing only one to complete the 1,000 collection. They dress up (on a normal day--no convention--no halloween) like thier favorite anime/manga character and proceed to act like them.

That's what I think of as an Otaku, as that name IS an insult.
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but you doesen't sound like it...
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Sound =/= What it really means

by posting a statement of general and then exact meaning, you are being indecisive.
You think this' is a double acting.
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A statement of general wouldn't mean of what is my real opinion, now is it?

That's a big contradiction, posting a general Idea and then a exact meaning to confront with someone
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Actually, it isn't.
Lets look at this, shall we?
I posted the general idea of something
While the s/he(the opposer) posted something that would be considered as a fact, since s/he didn't state anywhere that it was a general idea. This doesn't cause a contradiction, it causes an argument.
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Posted 8/2/08 , edited 8/2/08

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but you doesen't sound like it...
---------------------------------------------
Sound =/= What it really means

by posting a statement of general and then exact meaning, you are being indecisive.
You think this' is a double acting.
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A statement of general wouldn't mean of what is my real opinion, now is it?

That's a big contradiction, posting a general Idea and then a exact meaning to confront with someone
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Actually, it isn't.
Lets look at this, shall we?
I posted the general idea of something
While the s/he(the opposer) posted something that would be considered as a fact, since s/he didn't state anywhere that it was a general idea. This doesn't cause a contradiction, it causes an argument.
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So are your general Idea false

You are being confident about your general Idea..but juz u say so/
You mean it yourself.. don't drag the general
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A general idea is neither wrong nor correct, however, it is what the masses believe.

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Posted 8/2/08 , edited 8/2/08

GintokiSakata wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


cracktheegg wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


cracktheegg wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:



but you doesen't sound like it...
---------------------------------------------
Sound =/= What it really means

by posting a statement of general and then exact meaning, you are being indecisive.
You think this' is a double acting.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A statement of general wouldn't mean of what is my real opinion, now is it?

That's a big contradiction, posting a general Idea and then a exact meaning to confront with someone
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Actually, it isn't.
Lets look at this, shall we?
I posted the general idea of something
While the s/he(the opposer) posted something that would be considered as a fact, since s/he didn't state anywhere that it was a general idea. This doesn't cause a contradiction, it causes an argument.
>__________________________________________>


YAWN YAWN


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w00t!
You rock!


So are your general Idea false


Was that a question? Or a statement?


Will you even want to end it as a statement?
-implied mean as a general Idea
lol- then Why do you left it with personal comment.
This is your affirmatively, you speak aftermath like you know the exact logic.

Answer this question, don't throw all the partly details.
LOVE SIDE-STEPPING I ENUF WITH a Half- assed guy like you
Will you even want to end it as a statement?
-implied mean as a general Idea
lol- then Why do you left it with personal comment.
This is your affirmatively, you speak aftermath like you know the exact logic.

Answer this question, don't throw all the partly details.
LOVE SIDE-STEPPING I ENUF WITH a Half- assed guy like you
I won't comment but I would like to..
but if I imagine as what your parent teach you.. it make me enjoying
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I won't comment but I would like to..
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you posted -ORLY? Then why are you commenting on this matter? I think I smell a clear contradiction
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I prove my vocab sux bur let me explain
"I won't comment but I would like to..
but if I imagine as what your parent teach you.. it make me enjoying"

It mean I would but not say out what teaching you get lame ass
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A general idea is neither wrong nor correct, however, it is what the masses believe.



if he really thinks both ways,

would he post this part in the first comment "one who doesn't leave the house and is a disgusting creature."
A personal comment- just think and if you would like see all over again
this guy is a hypocrite
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A general idea is neither wrong nor correct, however, it is what the masses believe.



if he really thinks both ways,

would he post this part in the first comment "one who doesn't leave the house and is a disgusting creature."
A personal comment- just think and if you would like see all over again
this guy is a hypocrite

THAT was the general definition, Not his.

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Posted 8/2/08 , edited 8/2/08

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A general idea is neither wrong nor correct, however, it is what the masses believe.



if he really thinks both ways,

would he post this part in the first comment "one who doesn't leave the house and is a disgusting creature."
A personal comment- just think and if you would like see all over again
this guy is a hypocrite



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Even though he type this comment with such a elaborative feeling
and with - a ending summary "this prove the different between someone like anime and otaku."

There's a saying the first comment is always true...


http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/otaku - this did'nt show he personal comment that prove quite worth a evidence

Since we can't has evidence dig up from his heart and I say that I won't comment to half-assed kid but I need to quote something to his before stopping
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Posted 8/2/08
Anyone who spends over 2 dollars on anime figures, or watches anime at least 9 hours a day.
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-_-this is bogas
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