Fanboys have been around since the dawn of pop culture. In the days before the Internet, fanboys were somewhat limited in their abilities to annoy the general public. It seems that fanboys today spend most of their time searching online forums for a chance to defend their favorite product or celebrity. Whatever the object of obsession happens to be, to a fanboy it is more important than water, air or world peace. If you disagree with a fanboy, expect to hear a few choice words and the occasional derogatory comment about your mother. These fanboys really need to stop complaining.
10. Beliebers vs Non-Beliebers
Beliebers are a frightening bunch. Nobody truly understands how this cult has been able to accumulate so many faithful followers. To be a Belieber requires complete devotion towards a seemingly spoiled young celebrity and an unhealthy, and sometimes violent, emotional reaction to any criticism. If someone speaks negatively about the Biebs, his fangirls are known to complain incessantly. Just ask Olivia Wilde. After Olivia made a playful tweet suggesting that Justin should start wearing shirts, the Beliebers bombarded her with 17,000 hateful tweets and death threats. Olivia said, “I’m going to get attacked with acid. Someone’s going to throw acid in my face. If that happens there are 35 million Beliebers that did it, so find them.”