"When I like something I fucking LOVE IT. If you cannot deal with that, it's not my problem."
Almost five in the morning. That is stamp time.
So, yeah, as I said before ever since I was first introduced to...entertainment of the pop culture world I was going to be a pop culture junkie and be addicted to anything that I like.
I've also said that despite my, yes, admitted obsession over every thing I like I try not to cross the line that immediately goes into the territory of...actually being a twat and not minding my own business, shoving shit in people's faces -
But that's not enough for some people.
You have to be the perfect example of a sane fan. You cannot do anything other than like it. If you are within the fandom, draw fanart, write fanfiction, ship, cosplay, do anything outside of nothing more than enjoying the show people will still just get so damned pissy and will lump you in with the fans who do the shit that people hate (shoving in faces, etc etc).
Where in the hell does it say that I have to please your ass? (Almost typed pleasure. That would have been a great typo) It's the internet for God's sake. No one is going to be able to perfectly please anyone. You won't stop being an asshat so that should be clear by now.
I will continue to geek onto the cows come on home. And then I will geek some more!
Then I will sleep because I'm so woozy I can smell colours.
I used to hate it. Then i did my homework about it. Up to the point where I decided to watch it to stop being biased. I watched it & i didnt like it. And time passes on. No big deal. Thats more than i can say for the anti-fans whom had never watched it and still complain.
It was truly a beacon of nerd society back before the interwebz. And yet, at the same time it appealed to the working class, the middle aged mothers, the teenaged girls, and the athletic teen boys with its plethora of characters. You won't regret it