"Weeaboo" appeared as a made-up, purposely hostile term begat by untouchables to affront Western anime fans who acted in an upsetting manner. Initially, this implied…
Fans who peppered their discourse/writings with unnecessary bits of Japanese (desu!) that they themselves scarcely comprehended.
Fans having a positively ridiculous and clueless idea of Japan, as an overly fun nation where schooltime is amazing and anime adoring is the law.
Fans who effectively strived to disturb any continuous talk by transforming it into an anime conversation.
… and during the principal many months, noone got the possibility that it may mean whatever else. It could have halted there.
Sadly, the Western anime network at that point had the not recommended thought to embrace and subvert the term. Somewhat as a result of unadulterated stubbornness and outrage, utilizing it as a symbol of respect, and mostly as a result of a profound running dash of cognizant self-incongruity and self-degradation that is indispensable to the soul of the anime network.
Phonetically… the network figured they could pull off a "Geek" that way. Unfortunately, everything they did was pull off a "N*gger.
Since this sort of etymological stunt possibly works when the influenced bunch at that point continues to affect the jealousy of the outside world. For instance by winning heaps of cash. Or then again getting heaps of ladies. Or on the other hand overwhelming the advanced world. Anime fans are not in a situation to do any of that—at any rate not by method for their interest.
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Weeb or weeaboo was a declaration of agressive loathe. It despite everything is. What's more, no measure of "receiving" or "guaranteeing" will ever change that.
For anybody outside the anime network, it's not charming by any means. For them, considering somebody a "weeb" still infers that the other person is moronically betrayed, best case scenario, or a dangerous irritation even under the least favorable conditions.
That is the reason you would prefer not to be known as a weeb, and why you would prefer not to call yourself one.