>mfw neo-/v/ thinks weeb/weeaboo means anything related to Japan
>mfw they call even Japanese people "weeb"
Honestly, it would be better if moot didn't filter "wapanese" into that at all. At least it wouldn't come down to that level of retardation. What if we filtered "weeb/weeaboo" into "wapanese" again? I think that would be worth trying it out.
The notion that saying even one thing that's positive about Japan can make you a weeaboo is not new to Neo-/v/. It's newer than the original /v/ was.
Archival footage of ancient pages saying the notion
>44. Even one positive comment about Japanese things can make you a weeaboo
This is listed BEFORE
>45. When one sees a lion, one must get into the car.
Which is an absolutely ancient meme from 2005. Ten years ago.
This isn't new, and this isn't "Recently it's becoming more of a problem" either. This is a constant and it is never going away.
Now is not the time to start fixing it. Yesterday wasn't, nor will tomorrow.
Some people are going to dislike you ad if you ban the words they use to deride you, they will invent new ones. The onus is on you to modify your approach and shield your thoughts. You must become self reliant and shielded from the mistreatment of others. Your self worth can't come from others. Self worth must be worth that comes from the self.
Good luck, Anon. I wish you the best and I hope that you will be less receptive to unkind words in the future.
“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”
― Eleanor Roosevelt, This is My Story
If it says "weeaboo" then it means this was AFTER the filter was implemented. Nice job missing the point of the thread. I don't think it's meant to be taken seriously anyway. The idiots on /v/ mean what they're saying, since even Japanese people are called "weeb" there. Filtering "weeaboo" back into "wapanese" would at least prevent those type of misuses of the term.
Don't really know, but this list of "rules" you posted is from 2007, not 2005. And it says only 18 rules existed at first, so the part involving the term "weeaboo" might've been added much later.
You're not looking hard enough.
There were many different versions of those rules. It doesn't mean anything.
I don't get "triggered" by the term or anything, mate. Fuck off with your projection. It's more about the retards using it completely wrong. "weeaboo" and "wapanese" are supposed to mean the same thing, yet there would be much less room for misuse if the later took place of the former.