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So i found this image highlighting the difference between an Otaku and a Weeaboo

Otaku VS Weeaboo

the 7th point says

Enjoys the "sugoi kawaii desu!!!!!11" guys/girls

my understanding of japanese (which isn't impressive, still learning) is that:

  • kawaii = cute,
  • sugoi is like extreme or in the extreme
  • desu = yes (going by Suiseiseki's translation of "desu desu" being "yes yes")

and going by the first point i could assume it actually says

Enjoys the "Extremely Cute Yes!!!!!11" guys/girls

But what are "sugoi kawaii desu!!!!!11" guys/girls?

  • desu can be used like "is". so i think it would translate to guys or girls who are extremely cute. – Henjin Oct 4 '17 at 9:32
  • I think it is what it is. Compared to the Otaku-side where they enjoy the whole element of the anime, weeaboos only watch the anime to see their idol: cute/handsome characters. – Aki Tanaka Oct 4 '17 at 10:38
  • i thought it was a meme ... – Gagantous Oct 4 '17 at 11:21
  • issa meme issa trap – Callat Oct 5 '17 at 17:56
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The fourth point :

will often use Japanese words like "Kawaii" to sound "cool"

From A list of commonly used weeaboo words for normal people :

Weeaboos are people who think they know Japanese, but they really only know a few words/phrases and know jack about syntax and grammar.

kawaii = cute
desu = lit. "it is" but weebs use it to make sentences sound cute/authentic

It suggest that a Weeaboo is someone who knows only few words and dont know correct meaning,

So the phrase sugoi kawaii desu!!!!!11 doesn't have a correct meaning.

What the mean could be as Aki Tanaka said in the comments

I think it is what it is. Compared to the Otaku-side where they enjoy the whole element of the anime, weeaboos only watch the anime to see their idol: cute/handsome characters.

It could be read as "Enjoys the Extremely Cute guys/girls"

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