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any other dweebs?

apolloidolsice

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hey there! i've liked anime since i was 12, and have probs finished like 10 "cute girls doing things" series. if anybody else like watamote, is the order a rabbit, blend s, gabriel drop out, hit me up!
 
I do not recognize the terms in the OP, but my animation tastes include (but are not limited to) anime, if the story is compelling.

In my idioglossia, I have appropriated "dweeb" to mean a twice exceptional [2e] autistic.
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The standard definition of the word is not flattering.
I think OP must be using the word dweeb in an ironic sense.
 
I think the term OP might be searching for is 'weeb'; a derogatory term for anime enjoyers.

I've never really been a big fan personally, but I don't think anyone who likes anime should be degraded for it. It's borderline-normal to like that stuff anyway these days, on the plus side!
 

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