What surprises me about fangirls?

Meaning of a Fangirl (according to myfangirlproblemstumblr.com ) Fan•girl (n): A girl who is kind of obsessed with a band, footballer, singer, actor/actress etc. Who also enjoys talking about hot guys and reading fanfics about her favorite celebrity. – There are different stages of a fangirl. They can be chill or completely crazy. Fan•girling (v): The reaction a fangirl has to any mention or sighting of the object of her “affection”. These reactions include: shortness of breath, fainting, high-pitched noises, shaking, fierce head shaking as if in the midst of a seizure, wet panties, endless blog posts, etc. Common Fangirl Vocabulary:

  • Unf
  • Gpoy
  • HNG
  • Asdfghjkl
  • Dead
  • I can’t even Sounds a little bit crazy, right? But, I’m actually quite proud to say I’m a fangirl. I am obsessed with a multitude of fandoms; have bought all the merchandise possible for said fandoms and am a little too emotionally invested in the goings on of fictional characters. I “ship” relationships between characters, read more fanfiction than is probably healthy and call my self loads of cute fan- names (Sherlockian, whovian, potterhead and dragonlord to name a few) So, to answer my initial question: What surprises me about fangirls?- Is that there isn’t more of them!! Seriously 😀 It’d be cool to know how many fangirls (and boys) are out there? Tell me what fandoms you’re a part of and why you love them! SweetlyMagnifique xx

“Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it.”

–John Maxwell

My quote for the day. It’s better to live by morals and mottos like this than to worry about everything. I think that it’s better to have a positive attitude and to try to see the bright side of everything and that’s what I’m going to try to  do today 😀 

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Feigning Wisdom

Sherlock-sherlock-on-bbc-one-25900650-1500-1000There are two kinds of people in the world: one’s who have watched the BBC Sherlock series and the others haven’t. The latter have not experienced half the competency of the human mind and are living half a life. I’m on such a huge Sherlock high that I don’t find me saying the above even a tad bit melodramatic!

The first time you watch it, there is an undeniable certain disorientation. If you’ve read the original Doyle books or even seen the Robert Downing Jr. movie, you’d realise that the actual background of Sherlock Holmes should be in the 1880s in London. But here the story begins with cell phones, a soldier from Afghanistan and a high tech morgue/lab. Having read the original A Study in Scarlet before watching the adaption by BBC, I felt like standing up and giving Moffat a round of applause. He writes Cumberbatch’s machine-gun monologues…

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