Weaboo Horror Stories

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    Twixie Hushimo





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    Weaboo Horror Stories

    Post by Twixie Hushimo on August 11th 2011, 4:08 pm

    Got any scary stories about weaboos you've met? We'd love to hear 'em!


    I don't really have any weaboo stories, but I'll share what I have.

    One of my friends at school, though she's skinny, pretty, and smells great, is obsessed with any anime she can find, she's super perverted and a Twilight fan. Her art and writing is horrible, but she insists it's going to be published.

    I know another girl that I wouldn't say is a weaboo. She's quiet, smart, and though her hair is bad (she just needs to learn how to take care of it, 'cause she has hair like mine), she smells a teeny bit, and she has a little acne, she's the best artist I know. She's incredible. I'm serious, she'll be a mangaka when she grows up. She's thin, tall, and so nice. She never uses broken Japanese, and I'm surprised that she puts up with me and my craziness.
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    Re: Weaboo Horror Stories

    Post by Flame-Eliwood on August 12th 2011, 5:48 am

    I once saw a person say desu out in public and was serious about it.
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    Re: Weaboo Horror Stories

    Post by Twixie Hushimo on August 12th 2011, 8:27 am

    That's disturbing in itself.
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    Re: Weaboo Horror Stories

    Post by Kraiola on August 20th 2011, 10:29 am

    Some girl called someone 'kawaii' at my School, oh my god. i wanted to punch her so hard.
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    Re: Weaboo Horror Stories

    Post by Nuva on September 11th 2011, 12:03 pm

    I went to a Japanese Fall Festival the other day, which to those who don't know is basically celebrating Japanese culture, and some people who were there cosplayed. Me and my friends almost cried.

    (for the record, I have nothing against cosplaying, and in fact I cosplay myself on multiple occasions. It's cosplaying at inappropriate locations that I dislike, like a place celebrating Japanese culture)

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