Blue the Weeaboo.
This is not a horrible weeaboo story. But it is the worst I’ve experienced. I will tell you about Blue the Weeaboo. Why Blue? Because that was his favorite color. And let me add, he is obsessed with the color blue. And yes, this is relevant.
It started two years ago. I went to a class and saw this guy (I vaguely knew him). He was sitting alone. He wasn’t any kind of “hambeast”. He was actually, kinda a neatfreak and hygiene obsessed guy. And, because I didn’t know anyone in the class, I decided to sit next to him. I’ve talked to him on several occasions, and we had the same interests. Such as games, anime and manga. So what could go wrong. Well.. Let me tell you this, if a guy is sitting alone in a class where EVERYONE knows him. You DO NOT sit next to him. There is a good reason for it.. I found out the hard way…
It all started out innocent. Blue and I talked about some anime, manga and games. But soon his obsessions started to grow. Let me tell you this, I don’t mind obsessions. Everyone has something they love. But you DO NOT command someone to love the same thing you love.. Blue however did.
He was absolutely obsessed with Kaito from vocaloid. I didn’t know what vocaloid was, so he showed me a video of it. And when I didn’t like it. He completely flipped. He told me that I was stupid for not liking it and that it was amazing. From the day he showed me the video to the next four weeks he wouldn’t shut up about it in class.. He’d send me stuff trough email (we have a school email, you can’t block people on it) and only wanted to talk about that. Now let me add, for people that don’t know Kaito. Kaito is blue. blue clothes, hair, scarf. you get the picture. Blue was seriously obsessed with Kaito to the point he would wear a giant blue scarf to school. In class. EVERYWHERE. and when you said something about it, he would complain about how we stupid we are for not understanding and liking it. He even complained to teachers that other people were “bullying” him. Let me tell you, no person had “bullied” him. They simply asked why he was wearing a GIGANTIC blue scarf. He then dyed his hair blue because he wanted to “be” Kaito. And he started talking to me like he “was” him. He told me Miku is a slut and that Meiko was way better. That he loved Meiko. Let me tell you, he made me incredibly uncomfortable.
He would also have pictures of Kaito plastered on EVERY notebook he owned. It was scary.
I am, thank god, not in the same year as him anymore. I had to redo a year due to health reasons. He still wears the same scarf… I don’t talk to him anymore. When he tries to talk to me I make up some shitty excuses that I have to go or just ignore him.
This little hero here is the ringleader of the “Vietnamese Otaku Battlefront”, a group formed to spam anime-hating pages with butthurt comments. He’s already tried to spam many satirical pages which mock anime. With 122 freaking people.
Is that even what they’re saying in Japanese?
Mod D: Is this a joke or for real?
Submit Anon: Knives and Weeaboos
WARNING: This contains mentions of sexual harassment, bullshittery, and violence.
Back in 2011 it was my second convention. I was dressed as Fem! Grell from Black Butler and was introduced into the most loving cos group ever which consisted of Durarara!! cosplayers and Hetalia cosplayers.
This is relevant to the story:
Back then I was around 4ft9in (I was 14). I am Chinese Italian and an artist.
Now to my first ever encounter with weebs!
Submit anon: Weebs in college
Sakura- the weeb (thats how she wanted to refered as)
G- My friend
S- Other freind
C- Another friend
In college there are a few weebs. I go to a local community college and in my first semester i took a Philosophy class titled, “Eastern Religions.” There was only one weeb in the class who likes to referred to as Sakura. Infact the weeb would get upset when the professor would say her real name. “Its an unkawaii american name.” The whole semester was a nightmare as she would just be annoying. I thought i was done with her once the semester was over. No i was not.
My 2nd year in college i decided to join a club and joined anime club. G, S and C were in it so i thought great! But Sakura joined in once she figured out that there was an anime club. Thats when great turned into hell. Once i was on my phone watching a show i like thats not anime when someone snatched the phone out of my hands. I looked up and Sakura looked at my phone glaring. “This is anime club not shitty other thing club.” She then told me that she would report me to the anime club president. But G, S and C all saw it and told Sakura to back off. Sakura said, “You are not a true anime fan IF you like something other than anime.” The club president told her that he must not be a real fan because he liked Dr. Who. Sakura threw my phone on the ground (thankfully not breaking it) and stormed out.
Our college does a toy drive every year We were asked to bring some toys. I had a few pokemon plushies i bought cause i thought some kid would like them. I put them in the bin that was designated for the toy drive. As i walked away i heard some one say, “What are you doing?” I turned around and saw Sakura grabbing the plushies i just put in there. Some one had saw her too and confronted. She said, “I want them!” I told her, “But these are for kids.” The weebs began to walk away when security grabbed her then dragged her back making her put them back. Not sure what happened to her after. I have not seen her around mostly cause of my classes and she was kicked out of Anime club
Submit Anon: The Japanimation Horror
Anime has always been popular in the area I live in and almost everyone at some point has liked an anime. It was inevitable that I got into it, but I never was really able to fully immerse myself in the anime culture. I think the extent of my weeaboo phase was was when I would copy Mark Crilley’s (a popular manga artist/general artist on youtube) drawing lessons and show them to everyone. I look back on those days fondly because it inspired me to go into more realistic styles of art and my mother complimented me when I showed her my crappy drawings back then, something she had never done before.
As I said, Anime is really popular among most people, to the point where my area hosts two of the conventions with the largest attendance on the east coast of the US. When I got into High School, I had moved out of anime a little bit, even though I hadn’t been able to get that deep into it. The only anime I had ever fully watched was short and relatively unknown and every with manga I had ever read, my knowledge was limited to maybe the first volume.
So I’m on youtube and I found this little gem
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So I took deviantarts best comments and made a lil video. enjoy