1.The art that all noobs possess. The art of being a total complete noob, and looking like a fool to anyone else.
2.In private servers on Ragnarok Online, noobin it off would be when all the ppl on the server are novices.
Yo! Were noobin it off! *joins stream of novices*
The Japanese style of animation, first started in the the 60's. Since then, many many anime series have been started, and the style has evolved to be something completely unique. Even between the anime artists, there is an definite difference in the animation styles. It covers the same range of genres as live television or movies for the rest of the world, except being animated, it can be a lot more creative and artistic. It is not uncommon to see Anime movies for older audiences in film festivals. It is inaccurate to confuse it with traditional cartoons (Warner Brothers, HBA, Disney). Toonami (American Animation Network) is aimed at a young audience, and does not represent the entire anime culture, instead the ones which are believed to be most popular for those around the teen age - or most compatible with merchandising.
While it may not be for everyone, those who do not like it should really indulge further, or simply refrain from speaking of which they do not properly know.
Anime. Debatably better than any other animation style. Whether you chose to believe it is up to you.
Okay people, it's time to update you all since Naruto finnally came out translated fully in english audio. Dattebayo means "believe it." He ends his sentances with this all the time. If you want proof, watch Naruto on Cartoon Network's Toonami lineup. I believe it's on at 9 pm eastern time.
"I don't care if he's you're grandmother, believe it (dattebayo)!"
-Naruto, Episode 2: "My name is Konohamaru!"