Fanboys are frequently portrayed as “angry nerds”, over-aggressive, derogatory, and protective of the object of their obsession, or as bespectacled, geekoid, obsessive male fans. The term nerd, defined as “[an] insignificant, foolish, or socially inept person; a person who is boringly conventional or studious; a person who pursues an unfashionable or highly technical interest with obsessive or exclusive dedication,”as well as the term geek, defined as “[a] person […] who is regarded as foolish, offensive, worthless; an overly diligent, unsociable student; any unsociable person obsessively devoted to a particular pursuit,”are often used to describe stereotypical fanboys. Regarding chosen fandoms, they are typically associated with comic books, video games, science fiction movies or television series, or technology (such as a computer or smartphone brands).
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