...that the one you worship, and idolize may not like you. I really like this celebrity but after researching his past and his history, I arrived at the sad conclusion that we may not like each other, had we met in real life. We are just extremely different personality-wise.
Don't you ever get tired of yapping about Heath Ledger. Of COURSE he wouldn't have been able to stand you. Who can?
I'm sorry your imagined relationship turned out to be a real disappointment. Perhaps you could pretend differently?
OP, which is it? Do you "really like" him, or do you "worship and idolize" him?
i'm coming to fear that Justin B may not be as into fucking me as I am to him. i know you guys are going to say its probably not true and we're gonna end up happy together and all, but i'm really worried.
Begone, Heath Ledger Troll!
Tell me about it. After all that nonsense Jodie F. turned out to be a lesbian. Boy was I an idiot.
Why would you bother sabotaging an imaginary relationship? That's fucked up dude!
In real life I've liked some bosses who hated me, but I had enough "distance" that it didn't bother me. As far as boyfriends go, the way it plays out is they convince me they like me and then later pretend they never did and I have no idea why, except that I have enough confidence in my own judgement to be sure they are lying now as opposed to then. That is to say, they weren't just sociopaths looking to take advantage of me.
You shouldn't give up so easily OP. You should really invest in this relationship and make this celebrity love you. And at least if you can't do that, make him regret the day he ever turned his back on you.
Stalking fixes everything!
I didn't like Ledger's performance as "Joker".
This is just like when Jenna's stalker went on Thorazin and started stalking Megan Fox.
Just pick someone else op.
I'm guessing this is the Tom Hiddleston troll.
I work in Entertainment, and trust me, celebs are never-- NEVER -- the way you think they are. I finally accepted that. Most-- if not ALL-- actors are narcissists. That's why they're actors. Subsequently, even the "nicest" ones are truly dreadful people.
Just because they're used to always hearing "yes". That situation turns people into spoiled unreasonable children. Even the percieved "nicest people" (like Ellen or Meryl or whoever) can be impossible and it would turn your stomach to see them behind the scenes. Very disillusioning.
Ellen is perceived as nice? Since when? (ask her sitcom writers)
[quote]Tell me about it. After all that nonsense Jodie F. turned out to be a lesbian. Boy was I an idiot.
Johnny Hinckley, it was because of all that nonsense you pulled that Jodie F. turned out to be a lesbian. She's just never had a real man give it to her good. Bet she'd love that.
Almost every person (friend, acquaintance) that I like a lot, is someone who I like way more than they like me.
The one guy I'd ask to be my best man if I ever got married (assuming marriages were ever legalized where I lived)? Didn't even invite me to his wedding. That sort of thing.
At this point, I've made my peace with it. I'm sure there are people out there that liked me way more than I liked them... I'm just oblivious to it, like the ones I liked were (more or less) oblivious to my feelings for them.
And so it goes.
JANBOT, Don't despair. Come join us in our adoration of Madonna!
Can't decide if this was meant as a joke or if OP is a 13 yo kid.
We need to put out a BOLO for the ledger troll. I am concerned he hasn't surfaced on this thread.
I always dreamed of getting into Cillian Muprhy's pants -- or rather up her dress.
And I still do.
I feel like the person behind Madbot is trying too hard. It just doesn't work as well as Janbot.
[quote] Most-- if not ALL-- actors are narcissists. That's why they're actors. Subsequently, even the "nicest" ones are truly dreadful people.
Subsequent to what? That word means "after", not "accordingly". Maybe you're thinking of "consequently", which also has a Q?
R21, why don't you lick R22's grammar queen ass.
[quote]the one you worship, and idolize may not like you.
The illustration for this statement is a photo of Anderson Cooper running down the street to get away from his DL fangurls.
I can't get sad over changing my mind about someone I've never met because I realize I don't know anything about people I've never met.