ScarredSticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.These were the words--That made me cry every night.That made me walk with my eyes to the floor.That made me feel so small.And caused the finaly night--In a sobbing fit, writing my final letter.They were just words to you.But when I lift the knife,or grab the bottle of pills,Am I in pain then?Your sticks and stones will heal in time,But your words will always leave scars.
Fandom AbuseYou know the scene. You see a group of friends and suddenly they go on to tell you about Sonic. Or Twilight. Or Ponies. And as you stand there in bewilderment at this nonsense they are spurring out of thier mouths, you realize your friends have gone absolutely crazy over this fandom. Yes. They are abusing it.Fandoms are full of reasonable fans, and crazy fans. There is no such thing as the perfect fandom. But there are ways to deal with the crazy fans, and there are ways to avoid being one.HOW TO AVOID CRAZY FANS:So back to the scene. You're standing there as your friend blabbers off about how amazing thier patron troll is, or how they love Edward, or Justin Bieber. You are feeling both awkward and creeped out, but this insane fan doesn't seem to notice, or care. You may even be getting annoyed by not understanding the constant references.One of my friends doesn't like Pewdiepie because her brother was obsessed with him. The entire reason she says she very clearly hates (which is a