Weebs.fun, later Weebs.is, was a weeb forum launched by Leucosticte and Zesto on 4 December 2017. The site was dedicated to discussing the weebpill and otaku culture. On 25 December, Zesto left and Leucosticte took over with FeminismIsCancer; on 26 February 2019, FeminismIsCancer left as well.
Leucosticte has unfairly banned most of the users and admins and relentlessly orbited a black female named Pandoroux, who usually goes by Neonraven. He has banned her multiple times because she wouldn't solicit nudes to him.
The site was taken down and redirected to incels.co on Groundhog Day, 2019, following unsuccesful efforts by Leucosticte and FeminismIsCancer to get the site functioning reliably. Leucosticte opined that the same causes of his and FiC's inceldom, viz., that they lacked the technical competence to succeed in a tech-related career by which they could try to betabuxx their way into a successful relationship with a femoid, also worked to prevent them from running a successful forum. But the site is back up now and user count is at an all time low.
On 5 April, a femoid called VanityFairee became active on the site, and spurred a great deal of activity as she bickered with admin fukurou. fukurou started many threads about her alleged sluttiness and other AWALT tendencies, while VanityFairee taunted him by arguing with holes noting she had sent RegisterUserName fresh nudes but not him. For her role in this bickering, she was banned by SuperCheatBros, and traffic subsequently cratered. Some users complained about the ban, saying they had found the bickering entertaining.
The site was finally shut down on 30 June 2019, along with Blackpill.is, JBpill.is, and RGIF.is, following Florellegate, an incident in which Leucosticte was criticized by inner circle members bruce1, Robtical, RegisterUserName, as well as high-post users GameDevCel, Swordstick, adolf512 and others for allegedly being obsessed with and/or orbiting and/or behaving in a bluepilled way and/or changing the rules in undesirable ways with regard to a female user. In view of their loss of respect, and in some cases their loss of participation, and the deteriorating situation with regard to the femoids on the site, Leucosticte did not deem it possible or desirable to continue operation.