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Mdrn Otaku quotes by Patrick W. Galbraith
#1. I guess I'm a "single aristocrat" (dokushin kizoku). This is a category of people in their thirties who have a decent income, but are not obligated to spend it all on family. Usually a man in his thirties or forties would have a family, house, and loan. But we single aristocrats don't. So we spend all our money on hobbies. If I get married, I can't continue this life, unless my future wife is an otaku girl. If she's an otaku and a working woman, we can share space and save money, and thus have more money to spend on hobbies. I have no admiration for the regular "salary-man" (white collar corporate employee) life. I don't want to fully support a woman financially. I like independent women. I'm going to continue my hobby-centered lifestyle no matter what. --Yanai Jun #Quote by Patrick W. Galbraith
Mdrn Otaku quotes by SilvyHarmonix
#2. An Otaku who says your gay, is not an Otaku.
An Otaku who says a certain anime sucked, it not an Otaku.
But An Otaku who says whatever he damn wants, is truly an Otaku. #Quote by SilvyHarmonix
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Akiko Higashimura
#3. I'm sorry, mom. I have some bad news. I guess I messed up somehow, somewhere along the way. I didn't manage to become a princess. I became a fujoshi instead. #Quote by Akiko Higashimura
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Patrick W. Galbraith
#4. Otaku is a label applied to and adopted by those people who build a culture around anime, manga, videotapes and videogames. Their ideas and values were different from the mainstream, and so they were labeled otaku, or called themselves otaku, to indicate that difference.... In the end, otaku is just a label created to contain difference. --Ono Norihiro #Quote by Patrick W. Galbraith
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Hiroki Azuma
#5. Lurking at the foundations of otaku culture is the complex yearning to produce a pseudo Japan once again from American-made material, after the destruction of the "good old Japan" through the defeat in World War II. #Quote by Hiroki Azuma
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Julie Kagawa
#6. I'm otaku faery. #Quote by Julie Kagawa
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Ruth Ozeki
#7. Otaku (おた) is also a formal way of saying "you". た means "house", and with the honorific お, it literally means "your honorable house", implying that you are less of a person and more of a place, fixed in space and contained under a roof. Makes sense that the stereotype of the modern otaku is a shut-in, an obsessed loner and social isolate who rarely leaves his house. #Quote by Ruth Ozeki
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Volker Grassmuck
#8. They [Otaku] despise physical contact and love media, technical communication, and the realm of reproduction and simulation in general. They are enthusiastic collectors and manipulators of useless artifacts and information. They are an underground, but they are not opposed to the system. They change, manipulate, and subvert ready-made products, but at the same time they are the apotheosis of consumerism and an ideal workforce for contemporary Japanese capitalism. They are the children of the media. #Quote by Volker Grassmuck
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Keiko Nobumoto
#9. Hackers are nerdy, pasty, tubby, little geeks with triple thick glasses and this is probably a demented otaku with smelly feet. So catching him will be a breeze! #Quote by Keiko Nobumoto
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Jason Mraz
#10. Well let the geek in the pink take a stab at it
If you like the way i'm thinkin' baby wink at it^o* #Quote by Jason Mraz
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Hiroki Azuma
#11. The image of Japan that obsesses otaku is in fact no more than a U.S. produced imitation. #Quote by Hiroki Azuma
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Alexei Maxim Russell
#12. Whereas an Otaku is a true connoisseur of the culture, showing the same reverence and respectful distance which any true expert
shows to their chosen field of expertise, the Weeaboo is like a socially awkward adolescent, ineptly trying to gain the social acceptance of Japanese people - because their unfortunate mental disorder has caused them to believe they are, in fact, Japanese. #Quote by Alexei Maxim Russell
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Alexei Maxim Russell
#13. The Japanese have two words: "uchi" meaning inside and "soto" meaning outside. Uchi refers to their close friends, the people in their inner circle. Soto refers to anyone who is outside that circle. And how they relate and communicate to the two are drastically different. To the soto, they are still polite and they might be outgoing, on the surface, but they will keep them far away, until they are considered considerate and trustworthy enough to slip their way into the uchi category. Once you are uchi, the Japanese version of friendship is entire universes beyond the average American friendship! Uchi friends are for life. Uchi friends represent a sacred duty. A Japanese friend, who has become an uchi friend, is the one who will come to your aid, in your time of need, when all your western "friends" have turned their back and walked away. #Quote by Alexei Maxim Russell
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Junko
#14. I'm sorry. The Truth is....

I'm an Otaku.

- Serinuma Kae #Quote by Junko
Mdrn Otaku quotes by Hiro Fujiwara
#15. I'm actually a hardcore otaku who likes maids more than having three meals a day. And I only read books related to maids. Also, I only visit maid cafes. Of course, I also collect maid figurines. I play games which feature female maids and it turns me on so much. Then I'll wear the maid uniforms and jump in joy. I'll take my leave now. #Quote by Hiro Fujiwara

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