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Tame 'n lame fangirl fantasies

On the fangirl side of things, I had an amusing little exchange recently with another LJ lass on an old entry in the mollyringwraith journal. I'll paste the relevant comments for you here:

air_and_angels: When I moved to England for a year I fantasised that I would somehow meet [Orlando Bloom] there, since I'd never somehow met him when he was in New Zealand. Not that Orlando Bloom was tremendously likely to ride a morning bus in Cambridge and sit down next to me and ask me what's on my Discman, but, you know. A girl dreams.

mollyringwraith: Dude...I've daydreamed about conversations like that so many times. Only with me, I used to imagine finding myself sitting beside Elijah Wood at an airport, and exchanging iPods to compliment each other on our tunes. :D Yeah, it hasn't happened yet...

air_and_angels: My daydream was before iPods. Now I daydream that I meet Billy Boyd at someone's beach house party in Piha, and I make him laugh or he makes me laugh or both, and we go up the road to get fish and chips for everyone and have a good chat and decide we really like each other.

mollyringwraith: LOL - Yep, I've daydreamed stuff along those lines too. (Celebrity and location may vary.) I'm glad I'm not the only one with G-rated fangirl fantasies.


...Because in truth, I would not cheat on my husband with anyone, not even Jude, Orlando, Elijah, or Ewan. But it would still be cool to meet them in a normal setting and get to have an actual conversation. What are your mundane celebrity daydreams? Grocery shopping with Hugh Jackman? Standing in the long pre-Christmas post office lines with Heath Ledger? Helping Johnny Depp finish a crossword puzzle at the local cafe?

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atherisch
Apr. 25th, 2005 08:29 am (UTC)
well, to illustrate my sick immaturity, i spent time on one of these last night. i was chilling (yea, chilling) on the beach late at night (i live in a landlocked state, but that's not the point, now is it) and who should happen to decide to take a stroll on the same beach at the same exact moment - why, it's norman reedus.

being newly single and watching the boondock saints - bad idea. i look forward to many more of these fantasies in the coming days.
mollyringle
Apr. 25th, 2005 08:57 am (UTC)
Hehe... To judge from the comments so far (here and in the cross-post), it's more common than I thought, and therefore, I hope, not sick or immature. I'm going with the theory that imagination is healthy. Yes.