Fan girls know that the object of desire is real. They don’t have to know him to know he is a real person. He’s not a door. Duh.
They know that they can carry on a relationship without him knowing. A girl can dream.
Vocabulary ceases to exist. How you can you even?
Loyalty is valued highly. Who cares if he ever does something wrong?
They ponder upon the life choices of others.
2. Robbie Kay
The 18-year-old British actor has starred in the film Ways To Live Forever and Once Upon A Time as Peter Pan. His fans don’t have an official name like #Mahomies, but some call themselves Robbers. Either way, his fans love the young star.
They become almost poetic when thinking of their object of desire.
They are clear with their intentions and desires.
Everything the object of desire does becomes cute and hilarious.
They continue pondering about their perfection. Again: How can you even.
3. Jake T. Austin
The 19-year-old child star first appeared on television at the age of 9. Some of his credits include voicing Diego on Dora the Explorer and playing Max Russo on Wizards of Waverly Place. He is currently starring on The Fosters on ABC Family.
The object of the desire is the go-to answer for everything. What are you doing? [Insert name here]. What is your favorite color? [Insert name here]. Because, why not?
More clear intentions.
They notice the small things.
They point out how attractive he is. Repeatedly.
4. Shawn Mendes
The 15-year-old Canadian singer began posting covers on Vine. Then he posted covers on Youtube. He is now signed to Island Records. His original song debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100 without any radio promotion.
They make relationship “proposals”… or demands. Whatever works, I suppose.
If you think they are out of sync with reality, they are not. They are self-aware.
They share the struggle with others.
They think ahead. Planning your own funeral is hopefully far ahead, but it can’t hurt to be prepared.
They are just bursting with all sorts of emotions.
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- Philip Bilden, the businessman nominated by President Trump to be secretary of the Navy, has withdrawn himself from consideration.
- Actor Bill Paxton has died at 61. He starred in classics including "Twister" and "Titanic."
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