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Five Reasons Pop Culture Is Run By Fanfiction


HA! We will be ruling the world by sundown!

(Okay, so the article is more "Five Reasons Why Fanfiction is a Completely Legitimate Medium," but nonetheless. I was tickled.)

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***I KNEW THERE WAS SOMETHING WEIRD ABOUT THAT CRUSHER KID!!!!***

*laughs*

I now want to go read fan-fiction by FDR. Then again, maybe not... *grins*

Thank you for this, except the part where Stephanie Meyers (assuming the bitch is a real person which I doubt) is now rich (and not staked, as I would prefer).

*applauds*

LOL That damn Crusher kid! (Wheeeatooooooon!!!)

My first thought when reading this, no lie, was, "OMG, maybe we can get Jessa writing for the BBC yet!"

Ugh, Stephanie Meyers, man. Let me tell you, when those books came out, I was working in the Children/Teens sections of my bookstore, and I read Twilight. I was actually okay with the first book. By book four, I was ready to tear my hair out. And it's so sad that she's so ridiculously popular, because there are GOOD teen series without half as much attention.

WE ARE AWESOME AND LEGITIMATE! YES!!!!!!!!!!

Also, sometimes, a fandom's fanfiction can be better than the actual canon (see the last two seasons of Heroes and the 2010 film version of The A-Team).

AND WE SHALL RULE THE WORLD, PINKY!!! ...or something like that.

Also, WORD.

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