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op"poser" Almost the opposite of a poser in the fact that rather than jumping on the band wagon after a trend has been started, they will purposely dislike something more with the increase of it's acceptance by the public or media. If something isn't "underground" then it isn't worth liking.
Everyone famous whether or not they have changed their style to become more popular is considered a "sellout" to the "opposer".
Some good examples of this phenomenon are the original fans of the band "Kings of Leon" who have grown to dislike the band even though they haven't changed their style but have become increasingly popular.

Jacob wasn't a republican but he was opposed to Obama because he was an opposer.

James refuses to watch "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" because he is an opposer.
by JSaurette January 26, 2009
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