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Old 10-05-2011, 12:30 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Japan has the same exact problem with anime obsessed, socially awkward teens and young adults. I don't think it's a "exotic culture obsession" at all. The Japanese language has it's own derogatory term that means the exact same thing as Weeaboo, and they are part of their own culture.
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Old 10-05-2011, 12:34 PM   #52 (permalink)
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Yeah., I probably took that up a notch higher than I should have. People can supply their own subordinate clause starting with ", but ...". Not an apology for saying it, just for the "volume".

Faux German? Guilty. Up here, everyone has grandparents or greatgrandparents from over there, and the culture was pretty rife in our household. My mom speaks it, but hasn't passed on the language.
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Japan has the same exact problem with anime obsessed, socially awkward teens and young adults. I don't think it's a "exotic culture obsession" at all. The Japanese language has it's own derogatory term that means the exact same thing as Weeaboo, and they are part of their own culture.
I have no idea what you are talking about!.. and ignore that Otaku under my av pic!!




hey! where did this picture come from!!
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Whew!, they put american nerds to shame!!!
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Kirari , the bottom right of that picture is disturbingly scary.

Nothing wrong with having a hobby .... but sheese there are limits.





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My mom speaks it, but hasn't passed on the language.
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Kirari , the bottom right of that picture is disturbingly scary.

Nothing wrong with having a hobby .... but sheese there are limits.


unfortunatly dakimakura has really been taken over by otaku youth culture over the last decade or two... and often is seen with bishojo anime girls on them.

they are really comfortable, I have several that are "plain"

and there are some that are for female otaku as well!


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unfortunatly dakimakura has really been taken over by otaku youth culture over the last decade or two... and often is seen with bishojo anime girls on them.

they are really comfortable, I have several that are "plain"

and there are some that are for female otaku as well!


Well it's good to see that the ladies aren't being left out.
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Old 10-05-2011, 03:30 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Japanese and US culture have long held a fascination with each other. I'd say it's about equal.

Back in the 1980's I met a gal who was in a foreign exchange language program with about 2 dozen other girls (we were all college age then). They simply could not get enough of US culture; well, except for the food. They weren't much for hamburgers and soda, and preferred Japanese food for daily consumption, which was slightly expensive but attainable here. As for the rest, if it was even slightly stereotypically "USA" they would buy it or want to experience it ~ Levi's or pop music or whatever else they could find. Even the desert fascinated them; then they discovered Las Vegas and simply had to go. Without this thread taking a scary turn, I'll say that a lot of my male college friends REALLY appreciated coming across this group... few things were as US authentic as a boyfriend.

Ultimately, the one I knew best went back to Japan... only to return, to go to... drumroll please... MICHIGAN. I'm not exactly sure where, but apparently in her mind this was the epicenter of cool. I lost track of her about then, but I could just imagine what people there would make of a tiny, extremely family~wealthy 20 year old with a thick Japanese accent. Here in So Cal there are tons and tons of Japanese; I have *no* idea what Michigan is like. But I'm guessing she would have had to break down and start eating the local Michigan food, whatever that is, in 1987...
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Old 10-06-2011, 08:32 AM   #62 (permalink)
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Darlkey, I'm sorry for posting the Captain Obvious picture. I should only use that for a post which is either stupid, ill-informed, or both and your comment was neither.

If we all get dinged for saying obvious things this board would rapidly become 4chan or something.
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