The Google Rundown

January 15, 2015 § Leave a comment

Ladies! (and gents are there gents?) I’ll still be answering all the fangirl dilemmas you’ve been sending in very soon! But I’d like to dedicate a post to answering all the questions some of you type into Google to find this site. Because they’re great questions! Or they’re just ridiculous questions which are hilarious and need to be shared with the world. So let’s get started!

Does being a fangirl affect your brain? Yes. Next question.

Is fangirling a disorder? Officially? No. But it could be a by-product or feature of real life diagnoses, like an anxiety disorder.

How do fangirls find so much time to watch TV? 

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What is the definition of fangirl feels? There is no definition for this in the English language. But it’s something like, asfawlefijwefMAKEOUTSweofibkdkf.gif

How to stop a fangirl attack? I’m confused. Is the fangirl attacking you? If so disable her with a hairporn gif or OTP makeouts. If you’re the fangirl, put your head between your legs and sing the lyrics to “Tomorrow” from Annie very loudly. If that doesn’t work watch any episode from Season 6 of Gilmore Girls. Blegh.

What do I do about my girlfriend’s fangirling? Not one damn thing. Worship her like the unicorn she is.

How do I stop fangirling? 

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How to help someone who died of fangirling? Step 1. Acquire a necromancer. Step 2. Clean up the giant fucking mess you’ve now made. Step 3. Acquire the film rights to the plot.

How does the mind of a fangirl work in 4 easy steps? 

Step 1.

go-to-there

Step 2.

beyou

Step 3.

grace

Step 4.

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How do you make fangirl friends?

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What jobs could a fangirl do? Professional hair petter, romance novelist, bounty hunter, lady president.

How to be a successful fangirl? Read my book when it comes out.

Until next time! And if you’ve got a fangirl dilemma, my ask is always open.

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