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Some of the posts in the Muse Dreams thread, as well as the YKYATMW thread, got me thinking. I joke around about being obsessed, but after seeing some Annie Wilkes-ish stuff I've realized I'm not that hardcore I haven't been on this board long at all, and I haven't been listening to Muse for very long either, maybe 2 months. Prior to that I had Space Dementia on my iPod for a year before it occurred to me to listen to the rest of the album to see if there was anything else I liked I listen to their records, watch/read interviews, watch live performances, check Twitter a few times a week to see if there's anything new, and the next time they play Seattle I intend on going. I consider myself a fan. When asked what my favorite bands are, they're one of the first ones I think of. If I ran into one of them on the street, I think I'd probably just say, "Hey, I love your music!" and keep walking. Same as with any other band I really like. I don't get the whole BellDom thing. I think it's weird and the level some girls take it to is creepy as fuck. I don't read fanfic for the same reason. I don't get the fixation on their personal lives. I don't get the stalkerish behavior. I don't get standing outside a hotel for 15 hours in the hopes of seeing them. I don't get slamming people for not liking their music. For Christ's sake, it's called personal taste. I hate Chris Brown but I'm not gonna call you a cunt for liking his music. And I don't get the I've-listenend-to-Muse-longer-than-you-so-fuck-off-and-die-your-opinion-doesn't-count thing. I had this all written out in my head in a way that made sense but now it's gone I guess basically I'm wondering what your definitions of 'fan' and 'fangirl' are.