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What type of "-dere" is the person above you?
Posted 12/17/14 , edited 12/17/14
Okay. So all you really have to do is say what type of "-dere" the person above you is.If you don't know them well, then you can check their profile...

(The information below is copied and pasted from the internet, because I'm a lazy butt.) (Also, you don't have to read this if you already know what a -dere is. Although some of the information below might be useful.)

Here are the types of -dere's:

Tsundere: Standard ‘Harsh outside, soft inside’ type, acts rudely but is really a huge softie after you break through their shell. (Kagami Hiiragi, Taiga Aisaka, etc.)
name is derived from ‘tsuntsun’, meaning ‘ponted’, and ‘deredere’ meaning ‘sweet’.

Yandere: Initially sweet and affectionate, with their love eventually turning into a stalkeresqe obsession and occasionally a murderous fixation on ‘getting rid of competition’ over time. (Yuno Gasai, Shion Sonozaki,etc.)
Name is derived from ‘yanderu’, to be ill, and ‘deredere’, meaning ‘sweet’.
Not to be confused with Yangire, which is killing for reasons other then romantic attraction.

DereDere: Characters who are entirely sweet and energetic and shows this personality to everybody. (ie. every character from every moe show ever)

Kuudere: An anime/manga slang term for a character that is cold, blunt, cynical, and pretty much doesn't care if her beloved dies. That's what she is on the outside but she is actually caring and nice on the inside.
Differs from tsundere since tsundere is when the character frequently runs hot and cold between tsun and dere. Kuudere is when the character only occasionally shows her caring side.
Occasionally this is a trait of the true Emotionless Girl, added deliberately by writers or projected by fans.
Compared to yandere and tsundere, the kuudere has a higher chance of being either gender.

Himedere: And if that wasn't a Japanese word up until now, well, the meaning should be clear from comparison with tsundere. A "himedere" girl is like a "tsundere" or a "kuudere" but too princess-like to fit into either category.

Dandere: Dandere is an abbreviation of だんまりデレデレ[danmari deredere]. だんまり[danmari] means to be calm or to shut one’s mouth up all the time. And デレデレ means, you know, such a sweet attitude. She doesn’t speak at all mostly, but when there’s no one else but you two, she would be sweet to you. In other words, she would be in deredere-mode.

Coodere: クーデレ[coo-dere].
If she is usually so cold to you and sometimes becomes so nice(sweet?) such as Suzumiya Haruhi, she would be labelled as ツンデレ. But what if she is so cool rather than cold? And what if such an emotionless girl fawns upon you when she bursts into tears? Yes, she would be a type of クーデレ. クー[coo] derives from cool, and デレ[dere] stems from デレデレ[dere dere] which has a nuance of being so sweet. Speaking of クーデレ girls, I can think of Rei Ayanami[Evangelion], Yuina Himoo[Toki meki memorial], or Mai Kawasumi[Kanon]. If you look at any bishoujo anime carefully, you might find this type of girl.

Undere: Here’s one more, ウンデレ[un-dere]. Though I can’t think of any example, ウン[un] is a casual form of “yes.” I think “yeah” or ”yep” would be the closet. To get to the point, this type of girl usually agrees with whatever you say by saying ウン!ウン!Perhaps, she might say like そーだよね~[so- dayone~, "yeah right!"] in order to get much intimacy as much as she could. In other words, she might like you from the beginning. If that’s the case, I could think of Hikari Hinomoto[Toki meki memorial 2] who is a protagonist’s childhood mate.

Mayadere: This type of a tsundere is dangerous and scary.
Think of a heroine that started as a villain trying to kill the protagonist but then switched to his side after falling in love with him. One that still makes jokes about killing him once in a while...

Again,All you really have to do is say what type of "-dere" the person above you is.If you don't know them well, then you can check their profile..
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Posted 12/17/14
DereDere?
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Deredere, baka.
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Tsun...dere?! Tsundere!!
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NONE OF THE ABOVE...?
SINCE THE SUFFIX "DERE" LITERALLY MEANS SWEET. ALL THE -DERES WOULD TURN OUT SWEET IN THE END.
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Posted 12/17/14
Mayadere..

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Been-dere.......been-dere is a variation of the theme where a wise old owl who (no pun) has transcended from the land of scavengers and bottom feeders to a point of no return where winged warriors take to the higher realm(s) to achieve loftier ambitions.....like pursuing a landed immigrant status north of the 49 th Parallel rather than continually atoning for past sins settling with the disadvantages re US citizenship. Once kufirst becomes a true Canadian and can correctly pronounce "Eh" (aka "A" phonetically) in the proper Ontario inflection he will transcend the mundaneness of been-dere done-dat (malady affecting majority of population who reside in the lower 48) and bask in the limelight of becoming 1 with the Loonie.

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Posted 12/18/14
Probably the One He just got done describing.
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Posted 12/18/14
DereDere . . . . i think.
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Frigi-dere........teenage derivation of someone raiding a refrigerator usually occurring after dusk since grazing rights at the dinner table were forbidden by Dad & Mom
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Posted 12/19/14
Tsundere.
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Tsundere.
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Asadere


A -dere of the morning
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Posted 12/19/14
Dandere.
Posted 12/20/14
Hmm this is hard but I'll go with 'Kuudere'.
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