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The Legit Weebs

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anima_deus

@Beherit Lets just try to chill it on the social cleansing. I said they can be cringy as heck, but implying that they're a waste of skin is a bit much no?

Nov 10, 17 at 1:29am
vanessa86
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It's not like any of those groups are hurting you? Just let them be on their own if they want to.

Besides emos are hot, i'm jealous that i had to pretend i 'tried to be a punk dude' and had to pretend i hated that lovely scene back when it was still a thing (but that's more than 10 years ago i even saw one lol) It's true that they are a bit elitist, not really letting others in. A Shame cause i love 'em.

Nov 10, 17 at 2:35am
lsp
LSP commented on The Legit Weebs

As long as their lives, topics of discussion and every fiber of their being does not rely only on otaku culture than I think it is fine. Everyone has a hobby and as long as it is a healthy dose then more power to you. I've met people who are so into the subculture that they do not talk about anything else and while they were pretty cool at first after a while they just didn't bring any new discussions to the table and things just got boring.

Nov 11, 17 at 4:25am
gunvoltx

I'm all for people having hobbies and people being into just about anything they want as long as they're not hurting themselves or others. However, if all you do is watch anime, read manga, play video games, etc, and not really doing anything with your life, then something is wrong. Anime is great, but being a shut-in NEET is not healthy.

Weebs take anime way too seriously. The worst thing about actual weebs is that they think Japan is the greatest country ever and they think that Japan is just like how it is in anime. The truth is that Japan is actually a very xenophobic country.

Nov 13, 17 at 11:28pm
chocopyro

I'm not easily embarrassed by being around other people who draw a lot of attention to themselves. To me, the only real negative I see about weebdom is a lack of emotional maturity. Otherwise, I can sync to their wavelength the same way I can with more general otakus (In the western context), more normal people, and so on. I mean at least with weebs, I can talk about something I have in common with. You ever encounter that guy who only talks about sports? You know, that guy who's on the cusp of your friend circle somewhere and you don't particularly know why, but every time you try to talk to him, he asks you how the game was last night, and since you don't watch any sport that has a ball in it you're just kinda like "...Are we talking about football, soccer, or basket ball? Because I don't really care."

So yeah, while anyone who hyper-obsesses over one thing can get annoying, but I'd rather be around a weeb than the guy who only talks about sports, or the guy who only talks about cars, or the girl who only talks about hollywood gossip.

Nov 14, 17 at 10:39am
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