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  • v. Present participle of fangirl.


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  • I don't know what else we could call "fangirling" after all.

    Anime Nano!

  • I ask because I only just played it, and am still firmly in the shiny-eyed fangirling stage!

    And, We're Back!

  • I was interested to see a game not on your top 10, which was Crisis Core, which you were fangirling over back in spring.

    And, We're Back!

  • I am fangirling you for the vote of the awesome for pony LJ.


  • The thing is, I think a lot of authors just really enjoy fangirling their own male creations, and they use their female protags/narrators as a means to do so.

    Today's Book Review

  • So no Nine fic reviews since I'm up for Wolf Moon * wants*, no drabble reviews, and no fave author fangirling.

    Help on a missing word

  • Pardon the following Bronte fangirling, but it looks like Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre film projects have been greenlighted, due to the popularity of the Twilight movies:

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Snippets

  • Actually anything she writes is worth the read. * grins* Yes, I'm fangirling a bit, but wanted to have it brought to peoples 'attention before it gets buried in a fic avalanche because it's that good.

    Just Another Shop Girl (5/18)

  • I think it's reasonable to be a rabid Jared OR Jensen fan, both boys are so pretty and talented, each in their own way, and who am I to deny them their passionate fangirling?

    Supernatural: Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid - Pink

  • As excited as I am about continuing my BSG fangirling it's way too early for a remake, it just makes no sense right now except to try and cash in on the BSG craze before it dies down.

    Bryan Singer/big-screen BSG confirmed?


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  • This word reminds me of the Beatles. I'd like to put it in an envelope and mail it back in time. :)

    December 12, 2009