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have you ever met a ''weaboo''?
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Posted 8/17/15

AzazelOfNexium wrote:

I did in my Japanese classes. They really pissed me off.

talking about how they live by the "Bushido code".



Posted 8/17/15

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Three weeks ago my wife and I went to a screening of an Anime. We were seated next to a woman that arrived with two stuffed dolled. Ciel Phantomhive and Sebastian Michaelis from Black Butler, that she placed in front of her to watch her, watch the screening. She told us, with us being unwilling listeners, of her great many experiences with Anime and Japanese culture, some of them not being Japanese but looking close enough like it that it can be confused. She also told us how she wants to move to Japan and renounce her American citizenship to become Japanese.

They are real and


So I gussing you call everyone a Weaboo if they don't like their original country more than other countries ?

Yet it is the highest quarterly number of published expatriates ever. Calendar 2014 was the highest annual total, with 3,415. The annual total for 2015 looks to be higher still as Americans renouncing U.S. citizenship hits another all-time high. In 2013, there were 2,999 published expatriates, a 221% increase.May 7, 2015


http://www.forbes.com/sites/robertwood/2014/08/07/many-americans-renounce-citizenship-hitting-new-record/

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Nah, In colleague acting like that give you a free ride by psychology students.
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I think people need to stop being so mentally retarded about this.

He doesn't like his country so he must be a weaboo. He think Japan is the best country and has the best culture. So he must be a weaboo. So when Americans call their country the greatest in the world. What does that make them ? So is wrong to think differently ? Oh fuck you.
Ahh but he wasn't born there so he no Japanese. Good to know. Except that the only thing that make you who you are is your beliefs. Because if you think otherwise. What the point of a citizenship then ? What the point of even allowing no born citizens to become a citizen. I am sorry but this shit is getting old.


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Posted 8/17/15
Westaboo is also a phrase too lmao. Also, why are people so salty? It's all witty banter
Posted 8/17/15
listen i have nothing against people like that i was just wondering if anyone has met someone like that because i hear about the term ''weaboo'' all the time. if a person is not happy with their own culture and can identify with another its not a problem to me and if it makes them happy then who am i to judge them so i really apologize if this post offended you in any way and i respect your opinion
Posted 8/17/15

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KarenAraragi wrote:



I think people need to stop being so mentally retarded about this.

He doesn't like his country so he must be a weaboo. He think Japan is the best country and has the best culture. So he must be a weaboo. So when Americans call their country the greatest in the world. What does that make them ? So is wrong to think differently ? Oh fuck you.
Ahh but he wasn't born there so he no Japanese. Good to know. Except that the only thing that make you who you are is your beliefs. Because if you think otherwise. What the point of a citizenship then ? What the point of even allowing no born citizens to become a citizen. I am sorry but this shit is getting old.


Found one!


Because you don't agree with me ? Well your immaturity shows. Also I identified myself has american dumbass.
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Posted 8/17/15 , edited 8/17/15

KarenAraragi wrote:


Regharis wrote:

Three weeks ago my wife and I went to a screening of an Anime. We were seated next to a woman that arrived with two stuffed dolled. Ciel Phantomhive and Sebastian Michaelis from Black Butler, that she placed in front of her to watch her, watch the screening. She told us, with us being unwilling listeners, of her great many experiences with Anime and Japanese culture, some of them not being Japanese but looking close enough like it that it can be confused. She also told us how she wants to move to Japan and renounce her American citizenship to become Japanese.

They are real and


So I gussing you call everyone a Weaboo if they don't like their original country more than other countries ?

Yet it is the highest quarterly number of published expatriates ever. Calendar 2014 was the highest annual total, with 3,415. The annual total for 2015 looks to be higher still as Americans renouncing U.S. citizenship hits another all-time high. In 2013, there were 2,999 published expatriates, a 221% increase.May 7, 2015


http://www.forbes.com/sites/robertwood/2014/08/07/many-americans-renounce-citizenship-hitting-new-record/




Thank you for confirming that I made a mistake in posting anything here. I'm sure that you will feel like you won and all once I withdraw from this entirely. Also, maybe you should READ the rest of my post and not latch onto one item. I do think I said something about having two DOLL'S (auto corrected in my last post to Dolled. Maybe English is a second language for you, so it might have thrown you off.) that she had. AT A SCREENING. TO. WATCH. HER. WATCH. ANIME. IN. PUBLIC.

I also guess I erred in just stating that she was a woman. Maybe, you took this out of context. I didn't mean a Girl but a fully grown woman of about the age of 30.

If just that, in and of its self, is all quite normal to you then I am totally defeated and you may have a banana at my expense.
Posted 8/17/15 , edited 8/17/15

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listen i have nothing against people like that i was just wondering if anyone has met someone like that because i hear about the term ''weaboo'' all the time. if a person is not happy with their own culture and can identify with another its not a problem to me and if it makes them happy then who am i to judge them so i really apologize if this post offended you in any way and i respect your opinion


The fuck you wasn't directed a you. Was directed a people like Error910 Who uses the word carelessly.
Posted 8/17/15 , edited 8/17/15
Everytime I look in the mirror. Kidding.
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I ask you a question ? The rest is you assuming. And the rest about the women forcing you to listing. I been there. I know how unpleasant is that.

Edit. And here some salt. Because questioning what language is my first is uncalled for.
Posted 8/17/15
wow thats pretty wild man lol
Posted 8/17/15 , edited 8/17/15
damn only two pages in and salty as fuck
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Yeah. He ran with his arms out to the side like in Naruto and tried to teach himself some martial arts with double katanas or something. He tried to learn Japanese but was pretty lazy and didn't get beyond basics. He wore a conical farmer's hat to Japan and wore tabi socks with his geta sandals and shorts.

For the sake of all that is good in the world, PLEASE do not wear a conical farmer's hat to Japan. And don't wear tabi with your geta unless you're wearing a kimono. Do not run with your arms out to the side....it doesn't make you faster. And stop buying $50 wallhanger katanas and giving them names and actually trying to use them.
Posted 8/17/15
lmao thats hilarious
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