Wolf·a·boo wolf-uh-boo (n.)
1. Derived from the term Weeaboo (referring to a person overly obsessed with japan.) A Wolfaboo: "A person overly obsessed with wolves; one who equates a human life to that of a wolf; someone who defends and or glorifies wolves killing humans. Often misspelling the plural of wolf as 'wolfs'; Often, will make up lies and propaganda to defend wolves; most of the lies do not hold true when put to actual research."
Tom: "Did you see how Yellowstone is regulating the wolves to preserve elk populations?"
Bob: "YEAH! IT MAKES ME SO MAD! IF A HUNTER KILLS ANY WOLFS, THEN THAT HUNTER SHOULD BE RIPPED APART BY A WHOLE WOLF PACK!!"
Tom: "Wow, you never told me what a wolfaboo you were."