As most people connected to some form of social media, you have probably heard of someecards. I have issues with a few of them being quite rude (eg. racist, sexist, etc) but on the whole the ones I usually see can cheer me up a great deal. Here are a few I rather like...
In honour of my friends, because:
'Tis the privilege of friendship to speak nonsense, and have nonsense respected.
I know some might be oxymorons, but the sentiment behind them is generally the same.
It is a declaration of "we will be happy and free, disregarding your silly conventions and confident in ourselves, you may call us weird, yet we can choose as we wish to embrace your comment and make it our own, or point out what that comment says about you".
I find people who call others "weird" in a derogatory way tend to do it because they are worried of being perceived like a "social outcast" themselves (ie. have a large concern with being "cool"), or find the "weird" person a threat to their social standing. They may do this out of insecurity, bigotry or ignorance, and they're generally not worth your time.
However, the running theme of "we" and friendship does point out quite an important thing: it is hard to be happy and celebrate "weirdness" if you are on your own. I'm fortunate to have wonderful friends with whom I can speak nonsense and have nonsense respected, but for years before I hid my Dr Who/Merlin love, undeniable inner bookworm and cynical social commentary. 'Tis a sad thing, and I wish the world was more tolerant.
Lastly, I think weird is great, but just like with lots of things, you really have to embrace it yourself before you can get away with calling someone else that. A frequent comment at the end of our conversations at school might have been along the lines of:
"That's weird.""You can talk.""Good point.""We're so weird."
And even then, it is obviously said in a nice way.
Are you weird?*
*a little part of me thinks we all are, deep down, incredibly weird