faeriewings1781: Farkle being Farkle (Its Farkle Time)
So its been said by me, and my family that when I really get into something, I go all out. That's the truth, and I completely embrace it. I used to think of it as something to be ashamed of. I would hide my fandoms and not talk about them with anyone except for those who I knew were the same way as me. I'd even avoid talking to people who I Knew didn't share the fandom because it's all I want to talk about.

I've come to a point in my life where I think avoiding others who are different or think differently about a fandom is a bad thing. I mean, not everyone will like the same things on the same level I do. That's okay. It's also okay that I go overboard because that's how my support comes across. If it annoys others, then they are perfectly alright say, "I don't want to talk about this anymore". And even though I might initially feel rejected, I will be okay. That is something I am trying to work on.

Case in point, I think already in just a week, people are tired of hearing about Farkle Minkus, Girl Meets World, and the actors that have and have not returned to the verse. But my real friends understand that this something I am really passionate about at the moment, and if I'm going to be passionate about it, then it's best to let it ride its way out. Of course, we're talking about Farkle Minkus, who just needs to be protected. (-smacks forehead-Way to make your point, dude.)

There's a good possiblity that Farkle has become a permanent member of my muse closet, which I am totally okay with as long as Dad Stuart Minkus doesn't join him. Well, maybe adult!Stuart Minkus can. He's very funny. <3

I have watched Girl Meets Maya's Mother a lot now, just because of Lee Norris' appearance. .I can't lie. I am going back to Youtube, too, and some of Minkus' moments on Boy Meets World, and let me tell you. There are MINKUS homages all over Farkle! From his hair and his genius, to his flirtatious side, he is all Minkus just in a new, more amicable formula. IF that makes sense.

Some of the other things I've done as a fan girl is spend hours on the Girl Meets World boards. These are board for the official Wikia, the Disney Channel, and various IMDB.com boards for both the actors of the show, the show itself, episodes, and the parent show, Boy Meets World. I have also entered Farkle into an RPG, which I mentioned in my last entry.

Now i am trying ot learn quotes from the little guy cause his quips are just as a good as Minkus' were back in the day. (Riley: You said they were all natural!! "SUGAAAAR!" ) and there was a whole thing with that... but I still don't remember it all by heart. Going to work on that! "Cash, Cabbage Chedduh Cheeze!" ....yeah, I am on another Farkle High. I shouldn't have watched "Girl Meets Crazy Hat" again. LOL.

I made Farkle post in the RPG tonight, and I'm hoping that he gets some tags. <3 Farkle is enjoying this RPG a bit too much. And maybe I am, too, since it with some old friends and some new ones. It's nice to be back with them, I tell you.

Fangirling can be a thankless job unless you get a chance to meet the people you admire. Its a rarity for most of us, I know. I can count on 1 hand how many times I have gotten to meet the people I admire be they authors or actors. But we loyal fangirls (and boys) tend do it because we believe that somehow our efforts will be recognized. The Internet has made the possibility of a fan's effort being recognized by Twitter, Facebook, and many other social media outlets more of a possibility. But I am not cocky enough to believe that mine will, but I have gotten lucky on occasion. I just don't ever think that way. It's more like, I do it because it's who I am and what makes me happy.

Farkle Fan Out!

Trivia: My biggest idol as a teenager was Johnny Yong Bosch who played Adam Park, the second Black Ranger. My dream of meeting him, and sharing my story of overcoming bullying via Power Rangers came true a few years ago when I was able to meet him at Otakon. It's a day I haven't forgotten.
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