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fanboy

1. noun A male who is very interested in or devoted to an element of pop culture (such as a celebrity, athlete, book series, TV show, band, or movie). My brother Eric is such a Star Wars fanboy that his voicemail message is "This isn't the Eric you're looking for," like he's Obi-Wan Kenobi!
2. verb To express excessive glee and excitement over a person or thing that one likes. My brother totally fanboyed when he met his favorite football player.
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Clearly, then, no historical consensus supports FANBOYS as the only "coordinating conjunctions." So which version is right?
Interestingly, a few of our Facebook and Twitter followers have revealed some that although they are currently PC users they would like to have a Mac, it's the PC they come home to, where we'd imagine most would be dropping by the Apple.com website checking in on the latest from the tech giant lovingly called (by its fanboys) the "Cupertino company".
While the shoe is being highly sought after by sci-fi lovers and "Back to the Future" fanboys, Bevin said it was originally intended to help the elderly or disabled.
As it was announced Warner Bros and producer Dan Lin planned to relaunch the Tomb Raider series - based on the video games - most fanboys turned their attention to the rumour hottie Megan Fox would be strapping holsters to her thighs.
Ben Emmerson, defending, said Ullah was part of a group of online extremists dubbed "ISIS fanboys".
By getting out ahead, the studios hope to avoid another staredown, such as the one that saw Warner Bros, shift "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" from May to March 2016 to get out ahead of "Captain America 3." Here's a look at when fanboys and fangirls will be hitting up the multiplexes through 2016.
However, based on the timeline, Samsung had planned its gold edition S4 earlier than the release of the iPhone 5S gold, said TechCrunch, although the Web site believes that "Samsung likely follows the Apple rumor mill even more closely than the fanboys and likely knew with a high degree of certainty that a gold iPhone was in the pipeline.
These short, sharp bursts of action undoubtedly suit handheld play and Capcom has crowbarred in plenty of references to older games to please the franchise fanboys. However, those looking for more substantial survival horror thrills would do well to wait for Revelations.
Secondly, like all "Best Of" lists that have been drawn up since the beginning of time, this is a highly subjective matter that might not go down well with a section of the readership (read: rabid fanboys).
THE decision by George Lucas to re-release the original Star Wars films in 3D had the internet fanboys raging - and quite rightly so.
"As stupid as it seems, we have some fanboys and fangirls.
A week and four episodes later, my opinion stays the same, no matter how many fanboys say otherwise.
It seems to be getting the fanboys frothing - in a mostly positive way so far!
LUKE Skywalker actor Mark Hamill has admitted Star Wars fanboys are "bound to be disappointed" by the series reboot.
After piggybacking off Warner Bros.-owned assets like the "Batman" "Superman" and "Hangover" franchises over the past eight years, Legendary Entertainment's Thomas Tull believes his production outfit built a strong-enough brand among fanboys to leave the nest.