Photo Post Wed, Jul. 25, 2012 258 notes

Sorry for my bad English, as you can see from the picture it’s not my native language XD
I found this on one of those annoying “Otaku kawaii desu!” facebook pages. I had some doubts about the english translation when I saw the kanji for “to drink”, so I asked some other japanese students and turns out I was right.The japanese sentence says “I really like to drink your sperm”, which you can clearly see it’s not what the english “translation” says at all.The admin of this weeaboo facebook page, knowing nothing of japanese, believed it meant exactly “I love everything about you”, she was even kind enough to translate it to italian in the description. Needless to say s/he was VERY wrong.
And I just had to tell them.(They deleted the picture as soon as they noticed my comment, btw) 

Sorry for my bad English, as you can see from the picture it’s not my native language XD

I found this on one of those annoying “Otaku kawaii desu!” facebook pages. I had some doubts about the english translation when I saw the kanji for “to drink”, so I asked some other japanese students and turns out I was right.
The japanese sentence says “I really like to drink your sperm”, which you can clearly see it’s not what the english “translation” says at all.

The admin of this weeaboo facebook page, knowing nothing of japanese, believed it meant exactly “I love everything about you”, she was even kind enough to translate it to italian in the description. Needless to say s/he was VERY wrong.

And I just had to tell them.
(They deleted the picture as soon as they noticed my comment, btw) 




Text Post Wed, Jul. 25, 2012 30 notes

Anon: Creeper in the Book Store

Okay, first off, I’ll admit to being a weeb for quite a few years, it started out with Sailor Moon and eventually, yes, I became a yaoi fangirl and got into the APH Fandom. My love for anime began to fade around late December last year and as of right now, I don’t look at too much anime, read manga, listen to Vocaloid, J-pop, etc. But I was really a weeb back in the sixth grade, when I went to a new school temporarily and found friends who enjoyed anime just as much as I do, and I finally felt at home. By the end of sixth grade, I never saw any of my friends again because I moved schools again. Until January this year when I met up with one of them. We’ll call her F. 

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Text Post Wed, Jul. 25, 2012 54 notes

Anon: Prussia?

So I’m watching the trailer for the new movie Rise of the Guardians and I saw this:

 

WTF.







Text Post Thu, Jun. 21, 2012 29 notes

So, maybe a Weeaboo in the making? I hope not!

I’ve been reading this blog for a while and the stories are so extreme! Mine doesn’t have a hope of matching up to any of them - and its more amusing than anything. 

So I’m in a school in a very urban part of the South East of England, and I know one other girl in my year who likes anime, manga, etc. (A wee bit irrelevant, but anyway) When this happened, I wasn’t really into manga or anime but I was just aware of it and didn’t have anything against it. (I’ve got into Death Note since - its brilliant!) 
Anyway, I’m punching in the code for the sixth form toilets (the code being there so the younger years don’t get in and trash them) when I hear something behind me: a boy in year seven’s run up to me, and he looks oddly pleased to see me. Before I can say anything, he tells me, “You look like them girls what are out of anime!”
The most anyone had told me anything like that was that I looked a bit like the girl out of Spirited Away with my hair up, so this came as a bit of a surprise. And all I manage is an “-Uhm.” before he sticks out his hand and goes: 
"Can I shake your hand?!"
A little dumbfounded, I shook his hand, nodded when he enthusiastically introduced himself and gently closed the toilet door in his face just as he ran back to his friends, and I was just amused and flattered by it really. And for a while after he’d point me out to his friends and go “Its her! Don’t she look like the manga girls?!” and they’d all sort of nod like they were a bit bored of it :L He’s not said anything to me or pointed me out since he moved up another year, and I wonder if he’s been teased out of liking anime/manga or talking about it so much, but I don’t have much against him for it. He seems like a sweet kid, and I after reading this blog I hope that it stays that way for him!

Mod M: Aw, that’s actually really sweet, I think?






Text Post Wed, Jun. 20, 2012 54 notes

Anon: Asshole Luffy

I’m not sure if this counts, but the person involved is a giant weeb even if it doesn’t come into this situation much. This may get a little long, sorry about that! A bit about me, just to explain why this affected me so much more than it would usually; I’m transgender, FTM, and I’m very sensitive about this. I hate being referred to as female, ‘her’, ‘she’, anything like that. It really upsets me. This comes into the story, promise.

Anyway. I usually attend MCM Expo in London, it’s not exactly my local con, I live up the North East of England, but a lot of my friends go to that particular con and it’s one I really enjoy. Plus it’s a nice break down South. 

I usually cosplay from the One Piece manga/anime series, and always (at least one day each con) as Trafalgar Law. Nothing unusual there, and he’s a popular character so I always get asked for lots of photos, people tend to compliments me on my cosplay a lot and I always end up meeting some great people! I’m also part of the OP cosplay group based in the UK, we’re all a tight knit little family of sorts and I love most everyone in the group very much. Notice I say ‘most everyone’. 

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Photo Post Wed, Jun. 20, 2012 1,125 notes

Let’s all commit Sudoku!
Found this while weeb hunting on Lucky Star videos. A good pastime if you ask me.
Mod M: Omg. This is hilarious. 

Let’s all commit Sudoku!

Found this while weeb hunting on Lucky Star videos. A good pastime if you ask me.

Mod M: Omg. This is hilarious. 




Text Post Tue, Jun. 19, 2012 92 notes

foreign exchange weeaboo part 2

Part 1: http://weebstories.tumblr.com/post/25029133500/foreign-exchange-weeaboo-part-1

After Sakura calmed down, I walked her to our classroom. She ignored me all the way and I wasn’t really bothered by it to be honest. I was actually GLAD knowing she won’t cling to me.

I did try to make small talks, asking her if her nickname was Sakura. She went berserk at that, “THAT’S MY REAL NAME! NOT SOME STUPID NICKNAME YOU BAKA!”

Well okay then…

I showed her to her seat and she plopped down without thanking me, she proceeded staring outside the window, totally ignoring me.

I shrugged and left, going back to my own seat which was two seats away from hers. My best friends Sandra, Peggy and Birin asked me about the new student quietly in Chinese. I simply told them she was a typical Japanophile and she wasn’t worth talking to.

The bell rang and soon our homeroom teacher came in. She asked if Sakura could introduce herself to us and this is what she did.

She stood up and bowed, put on a very SQUEAKY, high pitched voice and spoke in broken Japanese. I think it went something like, “Konnichiwa minnasan, watashi Sakura-chan! I aishiteru neko and inu. I also aishiteru kawaii nihongo~” then she winked. Good god, it’s was a miracle I didn’t barf.

My classmates can’t understand English very well let alone Japanese, so they were pretty confused with Sakura’s speech.

Sakura saw their quizzical looks and huffed, “Oh kami, you guys are sooooo lame. (she tends to stress the word ‘so’ a lot) You can’t even understand Japanese!”

Everyone stared on, I was pissed at that point and so was Sandra (her English wasn’t too bad and she knew Sakura was insulting us). But she didn’t stop.

She kept calling us ‘Japanese ripoffs’ and that lots of our culture and food were from Japan, that we copied them and had no originality.

Here’s what really bothered me. Does she know this was Malaysia? Did she know she was not in Japan?? Why did she even come here when it’s not even Japan? If she loved that country so much just go there and not here!

I had enough of her insults and politely asked her to sit down and behave. She snapped back at me, calling me an Arab.

I stood up and turned to face her.

"If you’re going to be staying here for the next 2 weeks I suggest you behave yourself. You are in an Asian country right now, I don’t know how you act in America but here it’s different. Manners are important here and it shows you are raised from a proper family, if you’re going to act like a rowdy, loud mouthed child you will find yourself making lots of enemies." I didn’t yell or shout, I just gave her a simple warning and she did shut up afterward.

TL;DR: If you’re not going to respect other races I suggest you shut up, it’s just plain rude and offensive.

Stay tune for part 3.






Photo Post Tue, Jun. 19, 2012 97 notes

And all the comments were like:
"AGREEEEEEE!!111!11ONE!!! ICHIGO IS SOOOO KAWAIIIIIIIIDESUUUUUU!!!11!!11ONE1!!ONE"
or
"SUGGGGGGGGGGOOOOOOOOOOOOIIIIIIIIIIIIII DESSSSSSSSSUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!111111111!ONEONEONE!!!!!!!11111"
I can’t anymore. I just can’t.

And all the comments were like:

"AGREEEEEEE!!111!11ONE!!! ICHIGO IS SOOOO KAWAIIIIIIIIDESUUUUUU!!!11!!11ONE1!!ONE"

or

"SUGGGGGGGGGGOOOOOOOOOOOOIIIIIIIIIIIIII DESSSSSSSSSUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!111111111!ONEONEONE!!!!!!!11111"

I can’t anymore. I just can’t.



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