Seriously, stop wanking. It's a dude.
I refuse to use the term J-_____ in reference to anything, and anyone who flagrantly uses it will be considered a J-Moron and unspeakable. J-What J-if J-I J-just J-added J-J J-in J-front J-of J-everything? J-Is J-it J-all J-Japanese J-now? J-No, J-It's J-idiotic !
Seriously bugs the everlasting heck out of me, "YOU LIEK J ROCK LOL". That term makes me want to destroy whoever uses it, and you know what's worse? They think it's cool ! They do it shamelessly, as if it were an actual genre. A genre that envelops all Japanese artists, regardless of their actual genre. Should we start calling my music A-Rock cos it's American? E-Rock for European? A-Rock for Australian? Oh no, you can't have two A-Rocks !!
So, who came up with this stupid phrase? My only guess is people like this:
The J-Rock fandom are the worst of any fandom, and are composed of the elites of the most annoying, idiotic members of all weeaboo fans.
That's right, our natural enemy of sexless fanbois and fangirls, scattered around MySpace, deviantART and LiveJournal and fat basement-dwellers who listened to too many anime theme songs. The term is most likely an off shot of the term of J-Pop, which is said to be Japanese-language rock music inspired by The Beatles (although musicians in Japan usually hate the term). It didn't stop there, though, they added J in front of anything Japanese. Theories behind this include:
- They're too illiterate to actually spell "Japanese".
- They use Chatspeak (see first theory).
- They're unaware that Japanese musicians despise it.
- They do it just to bring your piss to a boil.
To me, it just sounds like they're talking about stoner music, and I'm sure the Japanese don't appreciate that, either. Especially since it means they'd be associated with Kurt Cobain, and I wouldn't wish that upon anyone.