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comment thoughts of them I personally think they're bad and disgusting
@yamijeanfranco my experience as a martial artist is what makes me frustrated with the disrespectful handling of weapons. That is the only reason I mentioned it. I revealed that I have no problem identifying as Otaku to show that I do in fact have an understanding and appreciation of both Japanese and fan culture, but a Weaboo by definition is someone who has withdrawn from their own society and views Japan as a flawless utopia. That's pathetic and unrealistic. There is nothing wrong with appreciating other cultures or even being able to see when another culture does something better than your own, but giving up an entire part of your identity to pretend to be something you aren't is just sad....regardless of the label given it
damn, people here really like to judge and tell other how to live. and wth is this of forgetting their own culture? I mean, maybe they did not like their culture, so what? How that make them pathetic and sad? and sorry to say this, but being a martial artist, otaku, or whatever doesnt give you more credential to judge anyone else. We live our lifes as we see fit, not always is the best of the best, but we are living it. And I respect the people who have the courage to show what they are pasionate about.
As a martial artist and otaku I personally can't stand when people try to look threatening with knives or swords (especially when they have no idea how to use or even hold it)......that first guy just makes me want to break his teeth across that kitchen knife....As for weaboos, I find them a bit sad and pathetic since they forgo their own culture and try to be Japanese.
I like the katana but that's just too much
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