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  • n. Alternative spelling of fanboy.


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  • By the way, the main reason for fanboi is the same as any other mis-spelling.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Big stink over PA and PC Gamer

  • And as for the (current) Wikipedia definition you point to from here "Fanboy or fanboi is a term used to describe an individual who is utterly devoted to a single subject or hobby, often to the point where it is considered an obsession.", well, I take great pride in being a rather indifferent guy who isn't utterly devoted to anything or have anything at a level that can be justifiably called an obsession.

    POLL RESULTS: I'm a SF/F Fanboy!

  • FYI, it's 'fanboi' - just in case you were wondering.

    SW Fan(boys) Rejoice!

  • Being called a fanboi by Matt Mihaly is the kind of thing I like to post on my wall for inspiration in dark times!

    Second Life

  • Not a small, vocal, "fanboi" minority, but the overwhelming majority.

    No Surrender

  • On "fanboi", dang man, I'll have to bite my knuckle, suffer the slings, and content myself with knowledge of what I do and where I'm going.

    Second Life

  • At the risk of sounding like a "fanboi", that statement is completely clueless. Top headlines

  • Those who insist on using 'fanboi', (or other variants of the word) to describe normal people who are satisfied with what they bought


  • Apparently if you express even the slightest appreciation for something well-conceived and well-designed, you're a "fanboi" who's taken in by "the shiny" (whatever * that* is!).


  • I never expressed any "fanboi" opinions towards it.



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  • See fanboy.

    July 20, 2008