Awww so I was reading Rob's Vanity Fair article and it made me want to cry.. and hug him but not in the 'I'm a crazy fan of yours' kind of way but in the 'I want to take all the craziness away for you' kind of way.
But then I was thinking, I'm not one of the fans he's talking about who is crazy and asks him to bite them and hunts him down on sets and in hotels and follows him when he goes out to dinner, am I??
Am I that person?
I go to Oprah and scream his name and he smiles nicely and waves. I'm thinking to myself "Oh my god, that's so cool, he's so cool!" and he's probably thinking "Oh god, not one of those. I bet her crazy ass will show up at my hotel."
Is it so much to ask that we all not be dumped into the 'crazy fan' category?
I mean we respect Rob, right? We respect him enough to want to meet him in person maybe shake his hand get an autograph to remember the occasion or a picture of some sort. But I guess when you are living in that bubble of fame where everyone wants a piece of you no matter how little, even the slightest thing can be blown out of proportion.
I don't want him to "shut the fuck up" like he says of himself in the article but seriously is it too much to ask that we all not get lumped into this category of crazy ass fans that want to tear him to pieces?
I may talk a good game about what I'd do to Rob if I ever met him like hug him and ask him to do dirty things with me. But I truly know myself and I would probably just say "Hi, nice to meet you." and move on. I would be thinking too many things to ask for a picture or an autograph and maybe internally being on of those 'crazy fans'.
Why does this make me feel like shit? Even if you haven't read the article yet, how does it make you feel?
*the picture is from Robsessed and it's the same place you can find the scans of the article.
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