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Feb 21, 6:45 AM

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for me I hate those words (weeaboo - waifu / husbando) and I wish people stop using it.
I miss when people were only knew otako word every thing was fine
 
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Feb 21, 6:47 AM

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weeb is an annoying word but I like the sound of waifu... it's cute. It's fun to talk about which girl is best girl as long as you don't take it too seriously.

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Feb 21, 7:02 AM

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back in my days the only approved word was wapanese
 
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Feb 21, 7:06 AM

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I dont really care about waifu/husbando terms but about otaku/weaboo/weeb, it sounds cringe as heck
 
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Feb 21, 9:44 AM

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I absolutely hate zoomer terms, do those count?
 
 
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Feb 21, 10:04 AM

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i think they're kinda cringe but i don't exactly hate them
 
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Feb 21, 12:01 PM

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Im proud to be called weaboo n my friend also make a funny me with another japan terms without grudge
 
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Feb 21, 12:11 PM

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I don't hate them, but I only ever use them in reply to someone who uses them. They're not terms I'm used to using, and I almost never strike a conversation about that anyway. I don't feel like I'm part of the group that takes the characters out of their world and treats them as an object that exists in this world (hell, I even skip any extras, spin-offs, merch, figures, fandoms, fan art/fiction...etc. in anime and manga for the same reason)

The reason I don't hate them is that I find language fascinating. The way it evolves (the same reason I don't hate common mistakes either), how it connects a group of people, how new terms emerge to communicate new (or old) concepts...etc. All power to those who use those words. They've found a group to belong to and are not afraid of using its lingo. This generation's language may not be mine, but I respect it just the same - there was a time when my own language/interests/music were seen as apocryphal by the older generation.
 
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Feb 21, 12:16 PM

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I'm fine with them myself.. Though, sometimes it can get cringe when it's random roleplay or something, lol.. Like cummy in my loli tummy, UwU, or something..
 
Feb 21, 12:23 PM

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I actually don't really mind them being used, unless it's in a cringe-worthy manner like x3 *nuzzles* rawr uwu *pounces on you*.
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Feb 21, 12:26 PM

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7 to 6 years ago people called you a weeb as a insult way to like anime, people still use it now but not as wide as back then. I don't really mind but I wish people be a tad more creative calling their waifus, describe it in a way that nobody does it b4. I cringe when people called themselves a weeabo.

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I absolutely hate zoomer terms, do those count?


Same as for the following :consoomer, boomer, doomer, coomer, and any other modern internet terms that have been beaten to death.
 
Feb 21, 12:27 PM

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"Otaku, Weebs" are the exact words that make people avoid anime fandom and they think of us as crazy no-life weirdos who watch cartoons. Like I wish those words didn't exist so we can just be seen as normal people who watch regular entertainment (which is us). Plus we could get more people into fandom.
 
 
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What would be a fandom without its related slang? They've also have been around since the internet became accessible. Waifu appeared with Azumanga Daioh anime adaptation.
 
Feb 21, 12:27 PM

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weaboo is a bit cringe but the others aren't.


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Feb 21, 12:30 PM
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Calling yourself an otaku is cringe and tone deaf. Weeb in the modern day is synonymous with anime fan.
 
Feb 21, 4:32 PM

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I only hate it when people use them unironically, I don't think that I could hear some westerner say something like otaku (unironically) without me having a stroke.
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Feb 21, 4:35 PM

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I'm neutral about those terms though I never use them.