she liked Imaginary Men best of all


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All the Fangirl Files Fun for only .99!

Black Friday is over, Cyber Monday is done, but the good news is there’s still a deal out there!

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For less than a dollar you can read the book that’s been called:

Fun, funny, entertaining but with genuine heart and soul

A great reminder to embrace your passion, whatever it may be!

A must read for any fangirl, young or old, casual or hardcore

A fun read with a sweet message at its core

(Thank you kind Amazon readers for these lovely reviews!)

Act now – the price goes up in less than two days and then you’ll be bummed you have to break into your piggybank for the rest.

 

 


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The Boy is Mine

For Christmas my mom got me My Husband John Taylor’s autobiography In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death and Duran Duran which of course I read in record time!

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My favorite part of the book may have been the section where John talks about how the fandom started taking off for the band in the early 80’s and how the fangirls operated:

What began to happen was that girls aligned themselves with their favorite Duran star. Some gangs of friends formed subgroups of five, mirroring us where each friend could have a favorite Duran without stepping on the toes or desires of the other four friends, because if you were an Andy fan, clearly you could not be friends with another Andy fan. That would not work. You could be friends with a Nick fan, however, because there was no conflict of interest. Both friends could live together in harmony with Nick and Andy on that designated fantasy desert island for ever and ever, without a hint of envy.

OH MY GOD THIS IS SO TRUE!! (except for the fact that he thought there were “Andy Fans” – as if!) This is a very delicate but important rule in Fangirling: Do Not Pick the Same Crush as Your Friend(s). The first to claim their boy gets dibs on that boy in perpetuity and no – you may not crush on him, plan imaginary weddings with him, or write your name as it would appear if married to him in your notebook.

A true friend will recognize this and honor the code, picking the next available boy (but never Andy 😉 )