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dont be mean
be median or mode
damn math fandom bloggers
shut up we have a good range of jokes
this is our domain
guys we’re forgetting the point of this post and going off on a tangent
Are you all done cos I’ve had enough of this by now
Damn math fandom bloggers
shut your pi hole
Disney Castle Architecture Appreciation:
Part 1: Beast’s Castle
I found footage of gogoat!
Felt like drawing silly stuff with cute clothes since I’ve been a bit mopey lately.
These two hang out way too much.
Not that they don’t like it.
Things that I write:
Things that I don’t write:
Things people haven’t heard of
- Closing the god damn door
Things the Bride is:
- A whore
Things I wouldn’t be caught dead in:
- This Place
an incredibly important photoset
Peepo Choo vol 2
I think that a lot of tumblr would benefit from reading peepo choo idk
Was reading some of the other comments. Just a friendly reminder:
Anime Fan/Otaku ≠ Weeaboo
A weeb disregards other people’s well being, feelings, etc. for their own fantasies. They are the kind that claim to be fluent in Japanese yet only say horribly mispronounced “Sempai”s and “Kawaii desu ne”s. They ignore the reality that there are other human beings for their idolized “Nihon” that they imagine based on the fantasy of Japan.
An anime fan is as it sounds: A fan of anime. Nothing more, nothing less. Sure, they can be interested in Japanese culture. But there really isn’t anything else to add to the definition. Yes, weeaboos are anime fans but this does not mean every anime fan is a weeb.
And the biggest misconception: otaku. An otaku is someone who is obsessed with something, and a good chunk of the time something that isn’t usually obsessed over. This is not limited to anime. This can be for a TV series, video games, you name it. But it means that you are an “extreme” fan of said thing. For instance you’ve collected every trading card a game has produced and have memorized all their names, or you have and entire collection of DVDs from a series including signed limited edition posters and you can quote almost every episode. If you think about it, some Trekkies can be considered otaku. The people who collect the many figurines and dress up for conventions. It’s about being an extreme fan, and there is nothing wrong with that. That’s why conventions exist to find those fellow extreme fans and nerd out. Any otaku is perfectly capable of enjoying what they love and be courteous, polite and a good person.
It is absolutely just fine being an anime fan or an otaku, even an otaku of anime. But being a weeaboo means you are incredibly offensive, and just plain rude. Treating Japan and it’s natives as if they act exactly like your favorite anime “glomping” their friends and other strange antics is pretty much racist. And then assuming others will react as if we live in an anime and invading a stranger’s personal space is obnoxious and rude.
Feel free to be yourself, and enjoy what you like. But remember you are interacting with real people that don’t abide by the rules of your fantasy world. And for the non-weeaboos/non-anime fans out there, remember people like stuff different than you. Carmeldansen does sound annoying and looks stupid, but as long as it doesn’t affect you stop hating. Calling them a weeb means saying they are disrespectful and offensive, don’t lay a heavy term like that on someone for just being themselves or you become the one with poor judgement.
(Oh wow, this turned into a rant. This is what a I get for not sleeping too much. Okay, done now.)
So we’re just gonna walk around pretending it’s not weird that one of our hands is just worse at everything?
It’s only weird if you’re ambidextrous. (Lucky bastards)
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Goku was never too bright.