A Journal for my Fannish Ramblings

I'm a 17 year-old who dearly loves her fandoms and spends many an hour just losing herself in them! I'm friendly and enthusiastic (especially about My Chemical Romance and slash and Literature and kittens) so I'll happily chat or fangirl about those with anyone. Real life things that are important to me include my family, friends, my kitty, Chloe, Chocolate and Studying. If I disappear for weeks at a time, I'm probably doing exams. Yay!

I'm most heavily involved in the Naruto fandom, although the manga is scaring me... :( SasuNaru is my favourite pairing, but, really, I'm happy to ship Naruto with just about anyone. Supernatural is my newest fandom and I love Dean/Castiel- I'm just a little behind with Season 5 because I live in the UK and am too lazy to search for episodes online- so no one tell me if something bad happens to Cas or Dean or Sam... or anyone! I'm always open to slashy fangirling and the occassional Het giddiness. In fact, almost any pairing can draw me in if well-written or drawn- so feel free to make recs.

Journal Design
These people have the credit for certain aspects of my journal; lidi for the moodtheme, thefulcrum for the layout, presents for the profile, gully_moe for the sasunaru colourbar and xtainted_blackx for the tutorial and textures used to make my banner! The wording in the banner is taken from New Year, a Carol Ann Duffy poem.

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Made By prongsy

“Scarce a word between them, what conversation they had in gestures- a shake, a shrug, the cock of a query; smiles, their thieving eyes."
James O'Neill, from At Swim, Two Boys

"When we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness - and call it love - true love."
Robert Fulgham

"I wanted a perfect ending. Now I've learned, the hard way, that some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what's going to happen next. Delicious ambiguity."
Gilda Radner