, for the beautiful icon.
I have written about Lizzie Bennet Diaries countless times on my Tumblr. I've also written some of the actors involved about how mcuh this webseries means to me and about it's impeccable timing in my life.
But today, I'm talking about something else: fangirling.
I've been shipping Dizzie before Darcy was even mentioned. It escalated exponentially at every mention of his name, costume theater, mentions of his interest in Lizzie. Then there was Darcy Day and then he asked her out. Then there was heat, chemestry, tension and another "excuse me, Lizzie" with that unmistakable torso in frame, and finally, after 98 episodes, Dizzie Day!
It was... to quote Barney Stinson, it was legen - wait for it - dary. Twitter, YouTube comments, Tumblr... The internet (that I inhabit) just exploded in sadkjfnsdpnsgoinsg because none of us could form decent sentences after that. The feels, the flailing, the kisses, the everything!
Dizzie Day was about a month ago and when I talk or write about it I go into full fangirl mode with arms waving around to emphasize my point and not very coherent sentences.
I learned to bake snickerdoodles because of this show! There are so many quotes to be used. Totes, adorbs, whaaaat, I'm all about the drama, impecabble timing, it's so good to see you, it's super important, oh my gordh, everyone deserves tea...
There are guys and shampoo-ad-haired girls to sigh over.
But I only have one friend who watched The LBD. And he's my ex-boyfriend. So I can't fangirl about Daniel Vincent Gordh or talk about Laura Spencer's beautiful red hair (I think she might be a real life Disney princess) with him.
So, in short, I really need a girl to fangirl with. And my sister has declined my invitation to watch LBD so we could fangirl together. I probably should have reminded her I watched and went to anime events because of her...
I admit, the main reason for me to write this post right now is to use my new userpic. Thank you,