11 Signs Of Aa Dedicated Fangirl
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11 Signs Of Aa Dedicated Fangirl

"OMG What is life?"

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11 Signs Of Aa Dedicated Fangirl
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We are all fans of something. Whether it be a certain book, movie, TV show or band, everything has its own group of followers––passionate followers, that is. The dedication of some fandoms is ridiculously amazing. Being an extremely hardcore fangirl myself, here is a list of what I noticed are tell-tale signs of a dedicated fangirl.

1. Your TimeHop brings back some great and interesting memories.

So many exclamation points and freaking out over the smallest things.

2. The amount of merchandise you own is actually quite sad when you think about it.

Of course I bought the One Direction toothpaste. What else would I spend my money on?

3. You are a pro at Ticketmaster.

Two computers, three phones and the app open. Yes, I am so ready for the 10 AM ticket sale.

4. You have a special trinket or souvenir that reminds you of your dedication and love.

No, I will never take off my bracelets or wear my shirt from the concert again.

5. You have a Twitter/Instagram/Tumblr dedicated to said idol.

@Luke5SOS please follow meeee i love you so so so much x184

6. You know the typical fangirl texting language.

OMGGF GUYS I CANBGOT BELIEVE WHT JUST HAPPENED???!!!!!!! AHHHHHHUH H H

7. Going to concerts is the best because you are actually breathing the same air.

I will bring an empty water bottle just to capture the air that Nick Jonas breathes.

8. Your concert pictures are super blurry and videos are full of screaming.

Exhibit A^^

9. All of those "Things You Didn't Know About..." articles can't compare to your knowledge.

With the amount of interviews I've watched and articles I have read, I should have a Ph.D. in this stuff...

10. You have a crazy amount of those TigerBeat and Popstar! magazine posters in your possession.

I fall asleep to the faces of boyband members staring at me. And, it is not even creepy anymore.

11. People will judge you for your craziness, but your dedication will forever remain strong.

No matter what, we will always feel forever young thanks to our idols.

The love of a fangirl is something that should not be taken lightly. Our dedication may seem crazy, but it is what makes us special. Although we grow up and possibly grow out of our fangirl love, nothing can ever come between a fangirl and her memories of the the people who changed her life for the better.

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