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I feel like Brad is thinking *I hate you* as loud as he possibly can in every one of these pictures hoping anyone can actually read his thoughts.
Well at least YOU liked it!
Look I make no apologies for our fandom or its canon or our fanworks content, ok?! We love it in our own special way, really, Claudia twerking is one of the lesser of the weird things we have lol.
Idk how old you are, so it may be more of an issue for you than for me, but I do get you re: wanting to share your interests with your parents. I tried to get my parents to read VC, they listened to the first 2 audiobooks in the series and were not into it *shrugs* They didn’t judge it either, tho, thankfully.
*grabby hands* JOIN US BRYAN!! WE NEED YOU!!
He’s quoting AR, he is clearly one of us or an honorary one of us ok i don’t make the rules
I heard that Bryan left American Gods, and Hannibal S4 isn’t happening yet so like… what is the holdup?
Update, yeah, Bryan is at least a *~casual~* Anne Rice/VC fan:
^“There’s a lot of Lestat and Louis in Hannibal” !!!
Ex. B: This is in 2 parts bc he @’d her and then mentioned her advice:
Ex. C: And how did he get that advice? HE FRICKIN’ COLD-CALLED HER:
Ex. D: He was psyched when the Rices announced that the adaptation was happening ❤
Ex. E: Being supportive of a VC TV series:
Ex. F: Bc reasons…
Ex. G: He’s on the same page with her politically, and politics do play a role and matter in the media, I’m sure it will be incorporated into any adaption:
Anne Rice in the early 2000s: Don’t write Vampire Chronicles fan fiction!
Nobody asked for this selfie comparing me and “Lady Agnew of Lochnaw,” by John Singer Sargent but here it is 😀
I’ve always loved that painting, the intensity and intelligence in her eyes, the sense that she is on the verge of delivering a sassy line or breaking out in laughter, also I love the dress, the diaphanous material of the sleeves… *u*