Being in a fandom outside The US and The UK
7 problems of being a fan in the lands of far far away
and the UK (BTW we envy you). I hear you pain as I’m for sure one of you and suffers daily for
being able to see the stars but never touch them. People always tell me how great to live in Egypt with all
the?pyramids and history. Can’t you see that I’m missing the real fun.
1. Accidentally meeting your favorite celebrity in the supermarket:
the times I have gone shopping for my mum, I did not even come close to this
sort of happiness.
meet Sana’ Shafa’ buying his bread, does this count?!
2. Not being able to go to COMIC CON:
but my craziest dream is
coming to me; I have to go there. GOD! It means
without all of the stars of your dreams, not all but some. Think of all the cool people who will be there dressed up as superheroes *I keep on telling myself so as a calming down method but it never works*.
3.Waiting in the line for your favorite book:
release day was party all the night long aka waiting in the bookstore for the
whole with your fellow fans to get your
favorite book before ever one else. The
awesomeness of being Potterhead cool.
4. Missing the yearly BookExpo America:
have heard of the biggest book even of the year; it’s like The Olympic Games
but with books, authors whom you can join for lunch, fellow book
events. Did I mention free books?
5.Movie premieres in Action:
Movie premieres and the glamour of the red carpet *sigh*
that you can afford going to where the music is made
of Stars within a Cold play concert. That’s not going to be you.
7. When MTV can make your wildest dream come true: