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18 July 2008 @ 05:29 pm
The "Five Ways My Fandom Changed My Life" meme  
Name your primary fandom and list five ways that it has changed or influenced your life. At least one of them has to be significant, while the other four can be superficial.

My fandom: Doctor Who - primarily, but not limited to, the Doctor/Rose ship

1. I will never ever be able to own a Bluetooth attachment. (there are potential cybermen everywhere!)

2. I used to hate pinstriped suits. I thought they were outdated and silly looking. Now they are the very definition of sexy.

3. I love sad and angsty songs, movies, and stories now (Thanks Doomsday) and can cry at the drop of a hat.

4. I've written and posted twelve fanfictions and have become addicted to positive reviews. I can't even tell you how much this has boosted my confidence and feelings of self-worth. Writing is now my absolute favorite thing to do and I feel most accomplished after I've done so than anything else I've tried.

5. I've become a blogger! I was never that much into the internet before Doctor Who and now I'm on it all the time, especially Livejournal. I've met friends (some very special ones) from all over the world and I feel so much more connected now. I love all you guys! *wipes away a tear*
 
 
Current Mood: gratefulgrateful
 
 
 
Tiffany Marvelousdominamia on July 17th, 2008 09:43 pm (UTC)
I am the same way about 'bluetooth' devices!
starlightmoonlastarlightmoonla on July 18th, 2008 12:42 am (UTC)
1. I will never ever be able to own a Bluetooth attachment. (there are potential cybermen everywhere!)

Hehe! I'm the same. I love that my car comes with a bluetooth service that allows me to hear the caller through the speakers instead of having to use an actual earpiece.

2. I used to hate pinstriped suits. I thought they were outdated and silly looking. Now they are the very definition of sexy.

Oh definitely yes. ;D
ice_feather on July 18th, 2008 09:17 am (UTC)
I became a blogger because of Doctor Who too. Well, it's one of my main reasons for getting a proper LJ account - I wanted to really interact with fellow fans, and indeed the majority of my flist is Doctor Who people. It's awesome.