After watching Donuts and Dilettantes, I will never feel self-conscious about my fan odyssey again.
Beyism? What the heck?!
This is one of the times (of which there are many) I’m glad I don’t keep up with popular culture too closely.
Of course Beyonce is a great singer, but I’m never gonna be a member of her church after watching Single Ladies. :D
When I was watching that video for the first time, I started looking around to see if someone could see what I was watching. But I could have saved myself the stress if I had known she would have her own religion.
Still felt like I lost a few brain cells.
So you’re on Twitter now, and your style has improved. It’s true. You went from this:
But man, please don’t become too hip. If you get too slick, I may find myself in the midst of some real groupies. AS it is, I did hear about some shrines laying around, and there is some sort of mark worn by really RAbid fans and recognized by same. Of course that’s just scuttlebutt, so I’m not really sure it’s true.
Whatever is going on, I like to keep my obsessions real. KWIM?
A Crazy Fan who is NOT in denial. Nope. ;-)
P.S. I like the new you, but I also love the guy who went to the 2007 BAFTAs. :)
And now for the story I’ve been saving since I came back from NYC a month ago. I was in the airport waiting for my plane, and a woman saw one of Guylty’s badges on my coat. She actually stared at it intently, and then she started talking to me and eventually mentioned how much she enjoys BBC programs. I chimed in with my enthusiasm, and then she said, “I especially love one that I’ve never seen on any networks here in the states.” My ears pricked up, and I almost felt what she was going to say next. “It stars an actor I have come to adore. Perhaps you’ve heard of him. Richard Armitage?” Then she looked at my badge again. I felt like we were two spies having an encounter.
More on Beyism here if you don’t believe it’s real.
Candid shots courtesy of Richard Armitage Central and my stash