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How to Repel Weeaboos from infecting everything we love? Here's what you need to add in your story to repel those pathetic individuals from everything you love.
Here are 10 easy steps you can follow to get rid of those pieces of human scum forever.

1) Imperfect People (Add wrinkles, grains, moles, scars...the more realistic the better)
2) Make Old people the proganist (Get rid of pretty young and atractive people all togehter)
3) DO NOT add typical anime cliches
4) Make it as untraditionaly japanese as possible, MOCK the Japanese ridicoulous culture traits usually found in anime like the cute preasure and Yamato Nadeshikos
5) Use OLD music, below 1995 music, the older the better.
6) Make it Western, VERY western, weeaboos hate that.
7) Be Multiracial, Weeboos are VERY racist so adding multiple races (Specially Latin Americans and Black People) is a HUGE turn off for them.
8) Apply cultural traits that are not from the US/Europe/China/Korea/Japan. Add Latin American, Spanish, African, Arabian, use cultural music and outfits, use salsa, merengue, punjabi, zamba...the more foreing the better.
9) Make it a HAPPY Story, Weeaboos like to see people suffer, so make happy people to remind them of their missery and they won't like it
10) Relationships, add relationships that grow and develop in your stories, weeaboos don't like girls that are already "Dirty/Taken".

Follow these steps and you'll NEVER see weeaboos in your things.

Have a Nice Day :D

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firem78910 Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
B-DAY in 2 days
ThanyTony Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

Don't need an extra alarm.
firem78910 Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
oops i for got they tell you that
ThanyTony Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes they do, don't worry.
I got you.
CuteShyGirl15 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014
You always draw girls. Will you ever draw boys, too? :(
You never draw boys why is that?
ThanyTony Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Honestly I didn't notice.
I see people, not boys or girls, it just happens that most of the characters I adore and look up to are female XD
CuteShyGirl15 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014
oh... :iconsadinoriplz:
ThanyTony Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
That doesn't mean I hate guys, don't worry.

It's just that, the kind of men I like are EXTREMELY rare in anime, because the kind of men I admire and look up to be are not popular in the japanese media, japanese just don't like those type of characters for whatever reason, People like Takashi Kurono from Highschool of the Dead, The Producer from Idolmaster, Koichi from Another, Roy the least popular of the Lords slightly above's hard for me to find guys to root for in anime and japanese based video games....HOWEVER if we go to the other side of the pond...things change in the west.

We got Steve Rogers "Captain America", Superman (When done right), Agent Philip Coulson, Captain Picard, John Egbert, Dave Strider, Karkat Vantas, Sollux Captor, Dad (From Homestuck too), Hisao Nakai, Max Payne, Tommy Vercetti, Profesor Utonium, Rick Deckard, Django, Marv (from Sin City), Ash Williams....those are the ones I can name on the top of my head.

See? I like guys too n_n
They are just not pretty boys with a fallen angel complex that's all.
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firem78910 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
now that i notice it she's right but it's like you said you draw people not boys or girls
firem78910 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
b-day in a month
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