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fanboy

A male, or "fangirl" if female, who is devoted to a particular product or company. Fanboys are loyal and steadfast in their dedication and opinions. With regard to technology, fanboys outnumber fangirls by a huge margin and may be enamored with specific computer platforms, MP3 players, smartphones, operating systems, video games or applications. See iSheep, Fandroid and fanboi.
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Clearly, then, no historical consensus supports FANBOYS as the only "coordinating conjunctions.
FANDOMS even have different names for male and female residents calling them fanboys and fangirls.
There is no known Weapon 11 (or Weapon XI) in the comicbooks so the fanboys are in the dark over who the character is and exactly what his role will be.
Hank McCoy/blue-fur Beast character raised some eyebrows among contentious fanboys, as did bringing in Brett Ratner to replace Bryan Singer, who left the project to make the ``Superman'' movie.
Nowadays 2D fighting games are for purists and fanboys only while the world of 3D reigns supreme.
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There's also plenty for the fanboys too, with the return of John Williams's theme, Marlon Brando as Superman's father Jor-El and the 1950s Lois and Jimmy Olsen, Noel Neill and Jack Larson, in cameo roles.
THE GTA franchise is undeniably huge - something like 12million copies have been sold globally since it first hit the shelves - but this version is little more than a pot boiler to keep PS2 fanboys happy.
What's overlooked in the 'Cloud Atlas' chatter: Lana Wachowski did a brave thing today, and a lot of fanboys met their first trans woman," wrote (https://twitter.
The words are in the publishers' latest book, Fanboys And Overdogs: The Language Report.
It's certain to trigger heated complaints from fanboys who can't abide changes from the ``Hellblazer'' comic books' mythos.