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It’s Good to be Bad (Villains too Great to Hate)

In every film you have the good guy(s) and the bad guy(s), and usually everybody loves the good guy… usually. There are some villains though that you love more than the good guy and then there are some that are just too great to hate. Now, among our merry little band I am the one that usually either sides with the villain or the villain is my favorite character so I will probably be more that a little bias to the characters on this list. Also, this does go beyond looks, if they’re good looking then that’s just a bonus. But anyways, here we go!

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  • Loki

Obviously I had to start with Loki. A Marvel villain that people just can’t get enough of. Now, the reason I love Loki so much is because he really did strive to be good. He tried to do what he thought was best for Asgard even though he went about it the wrong way. And I’m sorry but Odin was a crap father. You can’t just go into Odinsleep after dropping “hey you’re not my son, you’re actually the enemy’s son and I was gonna use you as a pawn and trade you for peace” on a kid. You just don’t do that! And! When Loki is hanging off the bridge and he says, “I did it for you! For all of us!” and his voice cracks at the end, what does Odin say? “No, Loki.” Seriously? SERIOUSLY?!?!?!? Your son is hanging off a bridge above a black abyss and that’s what you say? You fail Odin. I really hope Frigga beat the crap out of him for that. Anyways, Loki always wanted his father’s approval and then for Odin to just cast him aside like that is cruel. On top of all that, Tom Hiddleston’s performance of Loki is phenomenal and is the only reason I even own the first Thor film.

  • Khan

Khan from Star Trek: Into Darkness is a force to be reckoned with. His skills alone are something to behold, not to mention his superhuman biology. It does help that he is played by Benedict Cumberbatch. His silver tongue and the performance he puts on truly makes you feel for him in the beginning. But then, then he becomes scary with his precise killing and the blows he deals in his fight with Kirk. Him crushing that guy’s skull was terrifying but so cool to watch! He’s just really really cool and it makes it hard to hate him. I already liked Kahn back in Star Trek: The Original Series and this just made me like him even more.

  • Prince Nuada Silverlance

Nuada Silverlance is the crowned prince of the Clan Bethmoora elves from the Hellboy universe. Hellboy is an antihero story and honestly really really good, you should check it out. Anyways, here’s another character that yes he’s bad but he really makes you feel for him. He makes you feel for his plight and what he’s trying to do for his people. His skill with a blade is unmatched, his agility and speed is phenomenal. Plus, he’s just badass looking. Luke Goss’ portrayal as the banished prince is just fantastic. He really sells the character.

  • Pitch Black

Pitch Black, formerly known as Kozmotis Pitchiner in his human life, is the Boogeyman, also known as The King of Nightmares. Yes, it’s an animated film. Yes he’s not a flesh and blood character, but this does not make him any less of a good, well written character. Rise of the Guardians is actually a really great, underrated film that you all should watch. Voiced by Jude Law, the King of Darkness is creepy, manipulative, and evil. However, you can’t help but feel for him a bit. Pitch started off as protector and defender of the Golden Age. He was a Hero. He was tricked by the darkness, who used the voice of his daughter to lure him into setting it free, and overtaking him. Fast forward years later and people have forgotten the Boogeyman, years of isolation and disbelief made Pitch take action. What makes you feel for him is the fact that he just wants to be believed in. He just wants people to believe in him again. When you think about it more, the good and happy things in life cannot exist without the pain and fear. So, yeah, Pitch is someone that you can have problems saying he’s 100% a bad guy.

  • Bane

Bane is a DC villain, more specifically, a Batman villain. In the Dark Knight Rises version he is played by none other than Tom Hardy. This character is a big brute of a guy. He’s strong, skilled, and deadly. He literally broke the Bat. He could’ve killed him. But he’s not just a brute. He’s incredibly intelligent. He’s smart and cunning. Not only that, but there’s a piece of humanity in him. We see this when he’s in the pit and he protects others. There is more to him than what meets the eye. Plus, again, he’s an absolute badass and the mask makes him sound freaking cool.

  • Lord Sesshomaru

Sesshomaru is a villain but also not a villain. From the anime Inuyasha, he starts off as a villain in the beginning of the show but as time goes on, he becomes more of a frenemy, till finally he is now a, begrudgingly, good guy. You start off wanting to smack him, but the more you get to know about him the more you actually start to like him. His character development really make you like him more as you watch him go from being a cold and unfeeling ass to- well, a less cold and unfeeling friend. He is a terrifying opponent, skilled with a blade and his demonic abilities makes him a formidable foe that should not be messed with. He’s cool, like really really cool.

  • Joker

The Joker is another DC Batman villain. Now, there have been many version of Joker but I think that across the board that Joker is just a really cool character, I know I keep saying these guys are cool (they are though) but the reason Joker is so amazing is because he is chaos embodied. He just lets loose and watches the world burn just to see if he could. Havoc is his only reason for doing things. His weird and twisted mind makes him so intriguing, and dangerous. You wouldn’t want to be in the same vicinity as him, let alone meet him down a dark alley. He’s not a man to be trifled with or taken lightly.

  • Magneto



Magneto, also known as Erik Lehnsherr, from the X-Men Marvel world, is another character that just makes you feel for them. A mutant and a Holocaust surviver, he has suffered a lot of pain at the hands of bigots and humanity in general. His feelings are justified, his actions not so much. Played by both Sir Ian McKellen and Michael Fassbender, this man strives to bring mutants to the forefront of humanity. Not wanting his brothers and sisters to suffer he chooses to take the fight to the rest of humanity. Originally he was a good guy, he helped Charles Xavier build his school, helped him create the first X-Men. He was his friend. His humanity is there, it’s just been beaten and abused so much that it can’t take it anymore. All of this makes him tough to hate.

  • Victor Creed aka Sabertooth

Victor Creed, also known as Sabertooth, is, yet again, another Marvel villain. More specifically an X-Men baddie. (I like Marvel/X-Men a lot alright?) He has a healing factor, retractable sharp claws and canine-like fangs, superhuman strength, senses, and reflexes, feral feline attributes, and a seemingly endless life span. He went by many names including Slasher, El Tigre (The Tiger), and Der Schlächter (The Butcher). The brother (at least in the films) of the famous Wolverine/Logan, an assassin, mercenary, and murderer. He kills for hire and he kills for fun. He’s one of the more bloody villains on this list. His father kept him chained in a basement and pulled his elongated, claw-like nails out of his fingers consistently. He’s probably the least likable one on this list. However, I think he’s just too freaking amazing and cool to leave off. His cold, calculating demeanor is something the chills one to the bone. His strengths, abilities, and sheer power are something to behold and not to be tested. His animalistic nature is also something that draws you in, his love of brutal killing, of pain and death in general. His bloodlust. Is something that I find incredibly fascinating, especially in comparison to Logan. (This makes me sound like a psycho but I promise I’m not) Victor can be smart when he wants to, but his anger gets him into trouble some times. He can live in isolation, and he thrives in it even. Victor Creed is more than just badass, he’s scary as all get out.


Well, there’s my list of villains that I think are just too good to hate. Let me know what you think, agree or disagree. Who do you think belongs on this list? Let me know what else you would like to see. And have an amazing day guys!



Introduction to the World of Cosplay

For today’s post were gonna talk about cosplay. Now, this isn’t going to be a tutorial for anything specific, but rather a general overall description of what cosplay is and what not. This is sort of like an introduction to the cosplaying world.

“Cosplay, a combination of the words costume play, is a performance art in which participants called cosplayers wear costumes and fashion accessories to represent a specific character or idea. Cosplayers often interact to create a subculture centered on role play and a broader use of the term “cosplay” applies to any costumed role play in venues apart from the stage. Any entity that lends itself to dramatic interpretation may be taken up as a subject and it is not unusual to see genders switched. Favorite sources are manga and anime, comic books and cartoons, video games, and live-action films.” (Wiki)

Howl from Studio Ghibli’s Howl’s Moving Castle

“The rapid growth in the number of people cosplaying as a hobby since 1990 has made the phenomenon a significant aspect of popular culture in Japan and some other parts of Asia and in the Western world. Cosplay events are common features of fan conventions and there are also dedicated conventions and local and international competitions, as well as social networks, websites and other forms of media centered on cosplay activities.” (Wiki)

Princess Peach, Yoshi, and crew from the Mario world

In the West we call the most common event for cosplayers to show up at are Comic-Con’s. These are conventions where members of cast and crew from films, shows, anime’s, and video games come to meet fans and hold panels where they can answer questions and talk about their experiences. You can get autographs from your favorite comic book creator or actor. Vendors come and sell things from a wide array of geeky wonder, and there is always a wide variety of cosplayers. Many people who attend Comic-Con cosplay for the three sometimes four day event.

“Cosplay costumes vary greatly and can range from simple themed clothing to highly detailed costumes. It is generally considered different from Halloween and Mardi Gras costume wear, as the intention is to replicate a specific character, rather than to reflect the culture and symbolism of a holiday event. As such, when in costume, some cosplayers often seek to adopt the affect, mannerisms, and body language of the characters they portray (with “out of character” breaks). The characters chosen to be cosplayed may be sourced from any movie, TV series, book, comic book, video game, or music band anime and manga characters. Some cosplayers even choose to cosplay an original character of their own design or a fusion of different genres i.e. a steampunk version of a character.” (Wiki)

Steampunk version of Ariel from Disney’s Little Mermaid

“Cosplayers obtain their apparel through many different methods. Manufacturers produce and sell packaged outfits for use in cosplay, in a variety of qualities. These costumes are often sold online, but also can be purchased from dealers at conventions. A number of individuals also work on commission, creating custom costumes, props, or wigs designed and fitted to the individual; some social-networking sites for cosplay have classified ad sections where such services are advertised. Other cosplayers, who prefer to create their own costumes, still provide a market for individual elements, accessories, and various raw materials, such as unstyled wigs or extensions, hair dye, cloth and sewing notions, liquid latex, body paint, shoes, costume jewelry, and prop weapons.” (Wiki)

Young Mystique from X-Men

Most cosplayers create their own outfits, referencing images of the characters in the process. In the creation of the outfits, much time is given to detail and qualities, thus the skill of a cosplayer may be measured by how difficult the details of the outfit are and how well they have been replicated. Because of the difficulty of replicating some details and materials, cosplayers often educate themselves in crafting specialties such as textiles, sculpture, face paint, fiberglass, fashion design, woodworking, and other uses of materials in the effort to render the look and texture of a costume accurately.

Shiek from The Legend of Zelda

“Cosplayers often wear wigs in conjunction with their outfit to further improve the resemblance to the character. This is especially necessary for anime and manga or video-game characters who often have unnaturally coloured and uniquely styled hair. Simpler outfits may be compensated for their lack of complexity by paying attention to material choice and overall high quality. To look more like the characters they are portraying, many cosplayers also engage in various forms of body modification. Contact lenses that match the color of their characters’ eyes are a common form of this, especially in the case of characters with particularly unique eyes as part of their trademark look. Contact lenses that make the pupil look enlarged to visually echo the large eyes of anime and manga characters are also used.” (Wiki)

Riddick from Pitch Black and The Chronicles of Riddick

“Another form of body modification in which cosplayers engage is to copy any tattoos or special markings their character might have. Temporary tattoos, permanent marker, body paint, and in rare cases, permanent tattoos, are all methods used by cosplayers to achieve the desired look. Permanent and temporary hair dye, spray-in hair coloring, and specialized extreme styling products are all used by some cosplayers whose natural hair can achieve the desired hairstyle. It is also commonplace for them to shave off their eyebrows to gain a more accurate look.” (Wiki)

Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland

“Some anime and video game characters have weapons or other accessories that are hard to replicate, and conventions have strict rules regarding those weapons, but most cosplayers engage in some combination of methods to obtain all the items necessary for their costumes; for example, they may commission a prop weapon, sew their own clothing, buy character jewelry from a cosplay accessory manufacturer, or buy a pair of off-the-rack shoes, and modify them to match the desired look.” (Wiki)

Gladiator style Wonder Woman from DC comics

“The most popular form of presenting a cosplay publicly is by wearing it to a fan convention. Multiple conventions dedicated to anime and manga, comics, TV shows, video games, science fiction, and fantasy may be found all around the world. Cosplay-centered conventions include Cosplay Mania in the Philippines and EOY Cosplay Festival in Singapore.” (Wiki)

Shanks from One Piece

“The single largest event featuring cosplay is the semiannual doujinshi market, Comic Market (Comiket), held in Japan during summer and winter. Comiket attracts hundreds of thousands of manga and anime fans, where thousands of cosplayers congregate on the roof of the exhibition center. In North America, the highest-attended fan conventions featuring cosplayers are the San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic Con held in the United States, and the anime-specific Anime North in Toronto and Anime Expo held in Los Angeles. Europe’s largest event is Japan Expo held in Paris, while the London MCM Expo and the London Super Comic Convention are the most notable in the UK. Supanova Pop Culture Expo is Australia’s biggest event.” (Wiki)

An Assassin’s Creed Hellequin

Cosplay competitions and conventions also draw in photographers. These photographers, however, are not allowed to take pictures of cosplayers without their permission and have to stop when told to. Photographers are not allowed to badger cosplayers for personal information, contact info, or follow them around or outside of the convention. Cosplayers may pose however they wish for photographers and do not have to do anything they are not comfortable with.

Vanille from Final Fantasy XIII

“As the popularity of cosplay has grown, many conventions have come to feature a contest surrounding cosplay that may be the main feature of the convention. Contestants present their cosplay, and often to be judged for an award, the cosplay must be self-made. The contestants may choose to perform a skit, which may consist of a short performed script or dance with optional accompanying audio, video, or images shown on a screen overhead. Other contestants may simply choose to pose as their characters. Often, contestants are briefly interviewed on stage by a master of ceremonies. The audience is given a chance to take photos of the cosplayers. Cosplayers may compete solo or in a group. Awards are presented, and these awards may vary greatly. Generally, a best cosplayer award, a best group award, and runner-up prizes are given. Awards may also go to the best skit and a number of cosplay skill subcategories, such as master tailor, master weapon-maker, master armourer, and so forth.”

Mononoke from Studio Ghibli’s Princess Mononoke

Cosplay is a fun thing that brings geeks together so that they can share their passions and fangirl over all the amazing costumes. People do it because they enjoy it, yes the awards, prizes, and photographs are a nice bonus, but these beautiful costumes wouldn’t look as good as they do if the people creating them weren’t passionate about their subject.

I hope you enjoyed this intro to cosplay and if you’d like to see more cosplay’s in the future just let me know in the comments. Have a wonderful Saturday!

(Info came from Wikipedia and pictures came from Pinterest)

Let’s Be Real, Whether You’re a Marvel Fan or DC Fan, Everybody Loves Deadpool

Everyone knows that in the comic book world Marvel vs. DC is a war that dates back before dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Now , whether or not one is better than another is a post for another day. You see, it doesn’t matter which one you favor because everyone, everyone, loves Deadpool.

For those of you who don’t know who Deadpool is, Deadpool (AKA Wade Winston Wilson) is a fictional mercenary and anti-hero character created by Marvel. “A disfigured and mentally unstable mercenary, Deadpool originally appeared as a villain in an issue of New Mutants, and later in issues of X-Force. The character has since starred in several ongoing series, and shares titles with other characters such as Cable. Also known as the “Merc with a Mouth,” Deadpool is famous for his talkative nature and his tendency to break the fourth wall, which is used by writers to humorous effect.

He was portrayed by Ryan Reynolds in the 2009 film X-Men Origins: Wolverine and will appear in his own feature film set to be released on February 12, 2016 also starring Reynolds.” (Wiki)

“Deadpool’s primary power is an accelerated healing factor, depicted by various writers at differing levels of efficiency. Artificially endowed by the Weapon X program, this enables him to regenerate any destroyed tissue at a superhuman rate as well as making him immune to all known diseases. “Oh, except for the cancer he had when his powers were given to him by the Weapon X program. His existing tumor spread across his whole body, leaving him horribly disfigured. If any other Marvel character came down with such a horrible ailment, it’d be a tragedy. For Deadpool, it’s just another punchline.” (Buzzfeed)

Deadpool’s brain cells are similarly affected, with dying brain cells being rejuvenated at a super accelerated rate. This allows Deadpool to recover from any head wounds, and it renders him nearly invulnerable to psychic and telepathic powers, as the altered or damaged brain cells quickly regenerate to their original state. It is also the cause of his psychosis and mental instability. It is sometimes implied that his healing factor merely bolstered and exacerbated an underlying mental issue, as a young Wade Wilson was shown as a withdrawn, disturbed young kid caught in his many daydreams, and when Deadpool at one point lost his healing factor, he did not regain his sanity. Deadpool’s healing factor is mentally driven, unlike Wolverine’s natural healing factor.

Similar to Wolverine, his healing factor also affects his physical attributes by increasing them to superhuman levels. Aside from his physical advantages, Deadpool is a superb assassin and mercenary, adept in multiple forms of martial arts, and an expert swordsman and marksman. It is thought that while his psychosis and dissociative identity disorder are a handicap, they are also one of his assets as they make him an extremely unpredictable opponent. Deadpool is an expert at distracting his opponents. ” (Wiki)

Now that’s just a small taste of who Deadpool is. Deadpool is best known for his sarcasm. He is the most sarcastic and sassy thing on the planet and doesn’t give a crap about anything. Like, you just can’t help but love Deadpool. Not only that, but he makes for the best cosplay. You can quite literally do whatever the heck you want if you cosplay as Deadpool because that’s just what Deadpool does.

So enjoy the following pics, comics, and cosplay gifs of some of the funniest Deadpool moments.

Well that’s it for this post. I know that was a lot of Deadpool but I really love Deadpool. And after reading this, if you don’t love Deadpool then you’re wrong. Deadpool is amazing.

But anyways, have a great day everyone!

Tattoo Thursday (Some of the Best Geek Tattoos)

I was scrolling through different fandom tattoos today and thought that I should do a post on them. So here’s just a few of the fandom tattoos I came across that I thought were worth sharing. Enjoy!

  • Doctor Who

  • Sherlock

  • One Piece

  • Marvel

  • Angel/Buffy

  • Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit
“So comes snow after fire and even dragons have their ending.”

  • Supernatural:

“I fear no evil”
  • Hunger Games
“She has no idea the effect she can have.”

  • Harry Potter

  • Inuyasha

  • DC

  • Studio Ghibli

So what do you guys think of these tattoos? We think they’re pretty amazing. What fandom tattoo would you get? Or, if you already have a fandom tattoo, what is it?

The Justice League’s True Power… Sass

How many of you grew up with The Justice League? How many of you don’t know who the Justice League are?

The Justice League, formerly also called the Justice League of America or JLA, is a fictional superhero team that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. The Justice League originally featured Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and the Martian Manhunter. The team roster has been rotated throughout the years with characters such as Green Arrow, Captain Atom, Captain Marvel, Black Canary, The Atom, Hawkman, Elongated Man, Red Tornado, Firestorm, Zatanna, Hawkgirl, Cyborg, Vixen, and dozens of others. Sidekicks like Supergirl, Robin, Aquagirl, and Speedy tend to support the main hero or heroine. (Wiki)

Now, each member has their own special power but there is one power that all of them share… sass. These people are the kings and queens of sass. And I’m pretty sure Batman is the lord of all sass. I grew up with Justice League (the 2001-2004 one) and I loved this show. Heck I still love this show! I’ll watch it on YouTube every now and again and I’m 20! But, as a child you miss things. Like all the sassy jokes and what not.

Here’s just a few examples of their sassy power.

Now after seeing these you can’t tell me that these people are were not sassy as all get out. So, go back and re-watch this series and watch the sass just roll. My favorite characters were Shayera Hol as Hawkgirl and John Stewart as Green Lantern. (I also shipped these two before I even knew what shipping was), Who was your favorite character?

The power of fandoms and the impact they have on us

Sometimes you never know what someone else is going through. You never know what heartache, pain, or trials someone else is facing. And everyone has their outlet for it. For some it’s drugs, alcohol, partying. And then there are those that turn to fandoms.

I speak from experience when I say that this is me. That I was one of those people who turned to fictional worlds and characters to escape from the things I had to face. My first fandoms were Star Wars and Lord of the Rings and I invested my time into these characters and their worlds for the first time when I was in fourth grade and dealing with my parents divorce. My friends didn’t get it because they didn’t have divorced parents. These fandoms and characters became my escape from having to deal with the divorce and the hell that was fourth grade,

When I was a freshman in high school I was diagnosed with Lupus, for those of you who don’t know what it is it is an autoimmune disease. It is very painful and there is no cure, symptoms can be treated with medication. To a 14 year old who just had their world turned upside down fandoms became a place of relief.

It was in this time that I became sucked into the fandom world permanently. Doctor Who was the new fandom I became a part of, Matt Smith’s first series. I was quickly pulled into the show and re-watched everything before the series I was on. I became invested in the characters and the worlds they were in. Then came Torchwood, Merlin, Hunger Games, Maze Runner, Angel, and Buffy. I reacquainted myself with things that I had seen before but hadn’t really gotten into: Star Trek, Planet of the Apes, Marvel, and DC. I entered into these fandoms and more and lost myself if them. They became a major part of my life and somewhere along the way I went from being a casual fan to a dedicated fangirl.

I no longer need my fandoms as an escape from reality, well, not as much as once did. I don’t rely on them like a crutch like I once did. But I wouldn’t give them up. Not for anything. My fandoms are a huge part of my life. They helped shape me into the person that I am now. I wouldn’t trade that. I love my fandoms, I love the characters and the stories. I love the people I’ve met because of my fandoms.

I am a fangirl, and my fandoms help keep me sane. I don’t need them anymore but I won’t give them up because my fandoms are family. Don’t be ashamed of the fandoms you’re in and don’t let people tear you down for spending so much time in them, because they don’t know you or what you’re going through. Just remember that fandom means family and that there are plenty of fangirls/boys out there who you can talk to.

What fandoms are you’re escape?

Geek or Freak? It doesn’t matter what other people call you, it’s what you call yourself that matters

I’ve heard these two terms thrown around a lot throughout the years so I decided to look them up on Dictionary.com

Dictionary.com defines Geek as:

1. a digital-technology expert or enthusiast (a term of pride as self-reference, but often used disparagingly by others).
2. a person who has excessive enthusiasm for and some expertise about a specialized subject or activity
3. a peculiar person, especially one who is perceived to be overly intellectual, unfashionable, or socially awkward.
4.a carnival performer who performs sensationally morbid or disgusting acts, as biting off the head of a live chicken.

As a self proclaimed geek I took offense to some of these. Not every geek is a tech expert or enthusiast. While I may know how to work a smartphone, laptop, or gaming system I’m not tech savvy or enjoy all the inner workings of it. I also wouldn’t say a geek has “excessive” enthusiasm and that expertise is required. Excessive by definition means going beyond the usual, necessary, or proper limit or degree. Who defines what the “proper” limit is? 

And that third definition calling geeks peculiar, overly intellectual, unfashionable, and socially awkward are just as bad as calling us freaks. I’ve met plenty of normal looking, normal sounding geeks. I’ve met very fashionable geeks as well. And socially awkward? There are plenty of social geeks out there. I would talk to a brick wall if I thought it would talk back! Just because we don’t want to talk to you doesn’t mean that we’re socially awkward.

And I saved the best for last. The fourth definition. Seriously? SERIOUSLY?! Where the heck did you come up with that one! That one is blatantly calling us freaks, and we are nothing like that. I don’t know about you all but I certainly don’t spend my weekends biting off the heads of live chickens.

Dictionary.com defines Freak as:
1. any abnormal phenomenon or product or unusual object; anomaly; aberration.
2. a person or animal on exhibition as an example of a strange deviation from nature; monster.
3. a person who has withdrawn from normal, rational behavior and activities to pursue one interest or obsession
4. a devoted fan or follower; enthusiast

I wouldn’t say where an abnormal phenomenon just because we choose to be different from others. Aberration is defined as the act of departing from the right, normal, or usual course. The act of deviating from the ordinary, usual, or normal type. The standard for what’s considered the “norm” is constantly changing and besides what if the “norm” standard is crap (like all girls have to be a size zero to be considered beautiful and guys have to have ridiculous muscles to be considered cool.) Why wouldn’t we deviate from that crap?

I wouldn’t call us a side show or monsters either. We’re not something for others to point and laugh at so we shouldn’t let people do that to us. We may not be able to stop people from laughing at us but we can control our reactions to it. Don’t give them the reactions they’re looking for. Some people do let their fandom take over their life but how can you say that’s any different from an addict letting their addiction take over their life or a workaholic. Or the perfectionist who needs to have everything in the right order and it has to be done their way.

How is being a devoted fan, follower, or enthusiast cause for calling us freak? Why does this make us freaks but people who are devoted followers of their sports teams and have posters, sticker decals, jersey’s, scream and cry at the television, and pay tons of money to go to games and meet their players are acceptable?

We are not freaks. And the dictionary got it wrong about us. I am a geek and I refuse to abide by these standards. These definitions are not who we are. So don’t let the definitions of these labels define who you are. If you’re a geek then be proud of that fact and don’t let society and those around you define who you are.

So, after all this being said. Tell me, just who are you? How do you define who you are?