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How to Become a Fangirl

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Chandra Carrier

on 19 April 2014

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Transcript of How to Become a Fangirl

Step One: Choose Your Fandom
You may be asking yourself,
"What is a fangirl?".
In modern society, fangirls are
very common. A fangirl is a rabid
breed of human female who is
obsessed with either a fictional
character or an actor
(similar to the breed of fanboy).
Fangirls congregate at anime
conventions and livejourna
What is a Fangirl?
In order to be a fangirl, you must learn how to talk like a fangirl. There are two parts to talking like a fangirl. Part one is using the common phrases that are associated with fangirls. ex;
"I can't even"
"I can't hold all of these feels!"
"I ship them so hard!"
"This is the best fanfic five-ever"
"I'm 500% done."
Step 3: Talk like a Fangirl
Oh! The Fandoms You Will Know.
How to Become a Fangirl
By. Chandra Carrier
The term "blog" is short for weblog. A blog is the fangirl's natural habitat, and the only place where he/she can feel at home. A blog is typically on the internet on websites such as
Step Two: Make a Blog
Blogs are not blogs. Blogs are

To be a fangirl, you have to know the name of your fandom. And, no, it is not as easy as "The One Direction Fandom." Every fandom has it's own name. For example;

The Doctor Who Fandom= Whovians
Sherlock Fandom= Sherlockians
Harry Potter Fandom= Potterheads
One Direction Fandom= Directioners
Star Treck Fandom= Trekkies
Ed Sheeran Fandom= Sheerios

Not every fandom has a name, but there are some weird combos, such as;

Super Natural, Doctor Who, and Sherlock= SuperWhoLocked
Fandom Names
In a blog, the fangirl's mind (and mouth) are no longer caged, therefore, they can, and
, say what they want.

Do NOT disturb a wild fangirl while he/she is reading/running/editing their blog. If you do so, they have the right to do whatever they want to you.
A fandom is the community that surrounds a tv show/movie/book etc. Fanfiction writers, artists, poets, and cosplayers are all members of that fandom. Fandoms often consist of message boards, livejournal communities, and people.
Some fandoms include...
Through the fangirl's blog, he/she can meet others from their fandom, share theories and new information about their fandom, and make posts or share pictures about their fandom.
Talk like a Fangirl; Part Two:
The second part of talking like a fangirl is learning how to change
into a conversation about your fandom.
"Hey, man, feel sick."
"Well then I guess you better call....
! *aggressively sings Doctor Who theme song*."

Step Four: Act like a Fangirl
Acting like a fangirl isn't that hard.
The key things to remember are;
Be as annoying as you can
Never leave your room
Be awkward
Most importantly, never break your reputation. Someone wants to hang-out Friday night? Make up an excuse to why you can't come (although you'll actually just spend the night on your blog)
Step Five: Buy Merchandise
The entire reason the fangirl lives
his/her life is to recruit new members to their fandom. And what better way to fulfill this mission than to buy merchandise? The merchandise can be anything from a necklace, to T-shirt, to an album, book series, or season 7 DVD set. Through buying merchandise, not only does the fangirl get the ability to express their complete adoration to their fandom, but also they can meet new people, show off to other members of the fandom, or on rare occasions, recruit new fangirls.
The Five Stages of Fangirling
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