The final scene of Boy Meets World. Stupid show, making me feel feelings.
“If You Know Someone Who Doesn’t Believe Sexism Exists, Show Them This”
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Apologies for the unflattering view of my back and arse in most of these, but we all know who we’re most interested in!
So, 9 hours after leaving home, I got to meet Chris Colfer! As my followers might have noticed, I have a massive case of hero-worship when it comes to Chris, so I was feeling pretty intimidated waiting to meet him. It felt really very strange having only seen him on a screen, to round a corner and suddenly have him in the flesh sitting only 2 or 3 yards away. And we’re used to ignoring and not noticing American accents on our screens, but hearing him speak in real life was actually a strange shock: “oh yes! you’re American! Wow, that’s a strong accent!” He was so incredibly beautiful it was slightly unreal, with such an expressive face and arms too! He looks surprisingly delicate in real life, even if you’re used to staring at pictures of his biceps on tumblr, but he’s definitely the most physically perfect man I’ve ever seen (sorry, Adam!) I said that I just wanted to tell him how grateful I was that he’s been so open and honest about who he is, and I thanked him, and he said “No! Thank you, honey!” Then I said that I’d made a present for Brian, and showed it to him, and he laughed, and Alla started to grin, and Chris said “is that a Doctor Who cat toy?” And he picked it up and showed it to Alla, and I said “it’s a catnip Tardis”, and they both laughed again, and Chris said “that’s great, because he actually watches it with me, you know!” And I said thank you, again, and he said “thank you, honey!” again, and then I went and died quietly in a corner.
My long-suffering boyfriend who I roped in to take the photos watched several people with Chris, and he said what was really noticeable was how he made real eye contact with everyone, and whoever he was talking to had his complete attention. Adam and I had felt very much outnumbered, as the vast majority of people there were teenage girls, but we were so impressed by how kind Chris was to everyone, and how great the staff at Waterstone’s were, too; it was a long day, but worth every minute of it.
Remember when Ten was jealous of a cat
That was a good scene