This is where I share some totally pointless things!
My classroom is what I’d like to call Fangirls Galore. We have a bunch of bookish fangirls, K-pop/J-pop fangirls, anime fangirls and a lot more. I actually didn’t realize this until a couple of weeks ago, but yes–our classroom is just full of fangirls.
So what is a fangirl, exactly?
For those who do not know (although I’m pretty sure you all do), here are a two (of the many) possible definitions for the word “fangirl” from Urban Dictionary:
- “A general term for a female fan of something.” –LupinDrake
- “A rabid breed of human female who is obsessed with either a fictional character or an actor.” –Sita Snape
The Typical Reactions of a Fangirl
Not sure if the person you’re talking to is a fangirl? Observe said female for a little while, particularly while she’s reading. If she starts acting /saying things like…
… then yes, you are probably staring at a fangirl right in the face.
Why do fangirls fangirl?
WE NEED TO LET OUT OUR FEELINGS, OKAY? It is just not right to keep our feels inside. They need to be shared–spreading the feels is a great talent we fangirls possess, aside from our extreme book-pushing.
We fangirls are usually part of a fandom, and we need to let it all go to those people who have similar interests as ours!
What about the fanboys?!
Of course, we’re not going to leave you guys out–we love fangirls and fanboys alike! Fanboys are generally similar to fangirls… except that, well, they’re boys and not girls.
More power to the fangirls and fanboys of the world!
Are you a fangirl or fanboy? Share something about your fangirly habits!
Aimee loves being a little bookworm (okay–she doesn’t like being little). She also loves chocolates and sweets but is freaked out by the thought of possibly getting diabetes.