Do you ever feel that you’re not “weird” enough for Tumblr or that you don’t really fit into the stereotypical fangirl mold? I do. A lot.
I’ll explain what I mean. Tumblr is in fact, the most beautiful website that I have ever encountered. It’s a place to be ourselves, away from the restrictive inhibitions that hold power over us in our lives. We can be as weird or as cool as we want and no one can tell us otherwise. We’re untouchable and everything here is ours. The art, the graphics, and even the anonymous messages. It’s a lovely place, a getaway for our minds. A place to keep things real.
But as unique as we all are, I notice lots of similarities. Crying over feels, drawing fan art for OTP’s, and producing incredibly snarky text posts are a few of such and I’m in love with that. :) It makes me so happy to see people unafraid to speak out, unafraid to show their passion…it’s the stuff that most of Tumblr is made of, but I can’t say that it’s entirely me.
I’m not the so-called hyperactive fangirl, the lonely wallflower, or the kid who sits alone in a corner. (Come here babe, I’ll be your friend. :c ) I’m much more like that girl you’d see on the cheer-leading squad, though I don’t hold the stereotypical mean girl personality.
I do however love the outdoors, learning, and deep, mind-provoking discussions. I’m not afraid to go against the crowd but I’m also certainly not afraid to go along with it, if that’s what I truly want. I have a penchant for shopping, clothes, and all things beauty-related, but I also have the very same penchant for novels, video games, and all things fandom related.
I like my characters how I like my coffee. Deep, dark, and complicated. I’m the first to jump into a new TV show and I’m inwardly obsessed over the ones I watch. I hold my breath at each dramatic sequence and shed tears at every finale. I not only feel the pain and emotions as if they were my own, but I also place myself directly into their situation, pondering what I myself would do in each of their cases.