Send me a character, I’ll post my theme song for them.
Anon’s on if you’re shy.
something I (foolishly) assumed was common sense (but really isn’t)
- celebrities who choose to expose themselves to their fans via social media sites (twitter, facebook, tumblr) are granting us a MONUMENTAL gift
- they are giving us even more of the precious little time they have to themselves out of the glare of paparazzi cameras because they want to
- just because they interact with us on such a personal level DOES NOT make them our friends
- we have no claim on them or their time
- if they want to give fans a chance to meet them/see them at an event, they will let us know
- circumventing their privacy entirely just to scrounge an autograph/picture/etc. when they’re busy and just trying to grab a few extra minutes to themselves before moving on to their next engagement is a pathetic way of showing your loyalty to them as a fan
- it’s also a surefire way of eventually convincing them to sever their social networking for good