Hell Hath No Fury Like An Otaku Scorned

I can’t wait to share this with you.  After Christmas, I discovered this blog post by fellow blogger Michael Vincent of sunrisingblog titled “WHEN THE ANGRY OTAKU STRIKES ON FACEBOOK AND SPEAKS INCOMPREHENSIBLE ENGLISH AND JAPANESE”.  It was one of the most hilarious things that I’ve ever read, and honestly, it made my day.

Michael starts his post by asking you, “What happens when you make an otaku mad?”

Apparently, “this” happens.

angry otaku

I cheered my lungs out for Fuyukai desu.  I’m so impressed.  I think that you’ll be able to decipher what it means just by knowing some basic Japanese.  But for those of you who don’t get it, I’ll give a rough “translation”.

What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch?  I’ll have you know that I graduated top of my class in Japanese 3, and I’ve been involved in various Japanese tutoring sessions, and I have over 300 perfect test scores.  I am trained in kanji, and I’m the top letter writer in all of southern California.  You are nothing to me but just another weaboo.  I will kill the fuck out of you with vocabulary the likes of which has never been seen before on this continent, mark my fucking words.  You think you can get away with talking that shit to me over the internet?  Think again, fucker.  As we speak, I am contacting my secret network of otakus across the USA, and your IP is being traced right now so you  better ready for the rain, maggot.  The rain that will kill the pathetic little thing you call your life.  You’re fucking dead, baby.

I re-arranged words a bit for clarity, but as I keep saying, I just can’t help but be impressed.  Wow.  I didn’t know that otaku are such a scary bunch.  Wow.  Huh?  What did you say?  You calling me an otaku?  Uhm, well, if that’s the case, uhm, you better not mess with us then.

As you can tell, I find this very amusing.  However, I want to tell you clearly that I don’t support this kind of threatening letters.  There.  I just want to make it clear, alright?

Thanks again to Manuel Vincent of sunrisingblog for sharing this fascinating story.  And to you who are reading this right now, be careful not to anger an otaku, alright?  It seems that the “secret network” of otaku is a fearsome thing to contend with.

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Published by Arria Cross

Blogger at fujinsei.com since 2014. Currently a webnovelist. Check out my work "His Genius is a Superstar".

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    1. I knew that this wasn’t real. I’ve seen similar others that are used in various different contexts. I shared the Otaku version here in my site because I thought that it would be entertaining. That’s all there is to it.


  1. I don’t think we should pay attention to this kind of ‘otaku’. And the person behind that screen name’s too shallow to take an insult so seriously. Really, I don’t even like seeing people I know post hate/curse messages on their FB walls just for everyone to see, especially those who name who they’re talking about. Such shameless deeds.


    1. You’re right, of course, but I can’t deny the amusement factor from reading this kind of letter. I still think it’s hilarious. It’s one of those things that you laugh at the surface, but feel offended beneath, if you know what I mean.


  2. These reactions never fail to make me laugh. I think whenever you’re a huge fan of something, it tends to make you go a bit crazy when defending whatever it is that you like. It does provide me with entertainment though. hehe


    1. Yes, you’re right. Even I do that sometimes. I’m not really sure about the whole story behind this particular “angry otaku”. I just happened to read a post about it like you, but yes, it’s very entertaining.


  3. “I will kill the fuck out of you with vocabulary the likes of which has never been seen before on this continent, mark my fucking words”

    That is such funny threat! I’m going to save that and use it on my enemies.

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    1. I’m not sure, but I hope that it’s real. I don’t even know the whole story behind it. I just happened to read about it in a post like you. I thought it was very entertaining.


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