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I still call one of my friends niisan. It's a lingering fetishistic thing from back when we were younger. Hurr hurr.
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I'm all for anime and what-not, but I don't want to become the anime. lol. - Quote David 2016


good quote to live by
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Pretty much my entire adolescent existence, I'll tell you hwat.
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wearing anime shirts
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Randomly started imitating Major Hughes when I discovered a closet otaku and then transitioned into a full on impersonation of nina/alexander.
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Spent 200 monies on a beautiful red kimono,

and

never wore
it..
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weebiest.....

When CAD was in its infancy......

College course in Industrial Technology required a working model of a wind meter using cams, rods, etc. to generate movement rather than be a mere static stick in the wind. It was a summer class so the instructor allowed mechanical drawings in lieu of the model if time was an issue. Rather than fall prey to safe, unimaginative, conventional thinking (like designing, producing a bird in flight with wings whirring or a race horse traveling a steady gait) I chose scenes, though seldom seen in cityscape the actuality of occurrence was prevalent if one just knew where to look: bulldog lifting his leg to mark a fire hydrant, a naked male flasher opening / closing his cape to impress / disgust passersby who just happened to be a reactive staid, 50-something couple whose roles feigning dismay were: (female) hand rising to cover mouth, (male) top hat rising 1 inch or 2 above his head; both to be upward / downward motions.

I had so many points accumulated in the class I prefigured a D- grade would still rate an A- in the class. So I turned in this project. The prof awarded me an A for imagination, high F for design which leveled out to a D. I kept the A- average.

creepiest.....

Different Industrial Technology project: same situation, same teacher, 1 hour credit class: 1 week to finish. Truth be known I had so much accelerated work that summer I stiffed certain IT projects on time / effort allotted. In this class I "developed" a reusable camper fold-out porta potty using 1 medium pizza carton with the appropriate hole cut out to facilitate pooping on unsafe toilet seating areas, 4 4-inch tall wood blocks (if needed) to facilitate pizza carton elevation (some of these places a person who has to go to in order to go are dangerous: logger crabs are rumored to jump 3-inches) plus 1 large pizza carton to be used as discretionary packaging for the items all ready described.

Everyone had to do an oral presentation in front of the class about the validity and application of their said design. It was difficult to keep a straight face through the presentation. Everyone in the class, except the teacher, laughed their ass off while I was extemporating about the veracity of logging camp crabs. I did notice the teacher cracking a smile now and then. Again, needed a D to get an A- because I already had enough points to coast. He repeated: A for imagination, D- for design practicality, A- final course grade.
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Used to wear Sonic hats to my Scout meetings and run around yelling something about stupid frogs. I forgot the word, but it was Japanese. I was a huge SGT. Frog nut at the time.
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Watamote4242 wrote:

what's the cringiest/weebiest thing you've ever done or regret doing?

I will start, going to a anime convention.



Hmm. I've got 2. I don't think that going to an anime convention is all that weeb. In fact I would argue it isn't weeby at all. But cosplay is definitely otaku in nature.

The cringiest thing I ever did was really and I mean REALLY get my naruto hand signs down. I can still do them even though I haven't in many years. I even remember a few Jutsu such as Chidori.
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I made my dad a hat that says 武士道 for Father's Day and random people always come up to him and
a) stare at the hat and say nothing
b) look at his hat and say "nice hat" without realizing what it means.
I'm too embarrassed to post a picture of that hat
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I remember this one time when I bought a Full Metal Alchemist shirt and I started cracking FMA puns/jokes to the cashier.
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i did a class collage of manga books i liked and was into at the time.
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Ichibanx3 wrote:

I made my dad a hat that says 武士道 for Father's Day and random people always come up to him and
a) stare at the hat and say nothing
b) look at his hat and say "nice hat" without realizing what it means.
I'm too embarrassed to post a picture of that hat


what does it mean?
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go to comicon.
tho dont worry, soon imm pasting moka akashiya on my car.
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I wore a men's kimono homemade to my classes cultural day.

The idea was to pick a culture and dress in there cultural clothing and bring food from that culture.

My mother does one Japanese recipe so I took that.

I wasn't interested in anime as much as I was the culture though.
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