5 Fandom Friday: Characters With My Favorite Fictional Fashion

Fandom Friday

Brought to you by The Nerdy Girlie & Super Space Chick

This week’s prompt could not be more appropriate! I was so excited to see another fashion-themed topic, although this one proved to be a tough one! I adore so many characters’ sense of style so it was difficult to narrow down, but here are my top 5!


1. Jess {New Girl}; although I’m no longer a fan of the show (it just got old), I am obsessed with Jess’ wardrobe. I think it has something to do with the fact that Zoey Descahnel just decided to dress like herself because her every day wardrobe basically looks exactly the same. She’s one of my fashion icons, so…yeah, total no brainer.

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5 Fandom Friday: Favorite Fictional Fathers

Fandom Friday

Thanks for the killer new logo, Darling Stewie!

So I skipped last week’s Fandom Friday because the prompt didn’t really fit me or my interests, but I’m back in the saddle again to tackle some of my favorite fictional fathers (just in time for Father’s Day in a couple of weeks).


1. Sirius Black; OK, so he wasn’t Harry’s father, but he was as close to a father figure as the boy was going to get. Sirius was tough with Harry when he had to be, but was his number one fan and supporter. What else could you want in a father figure? The feels were rather strong when he was abruptly taken away from Harry, but he remains one of my most favorite characters in the series…siriusly.

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5 Fandom Friday: 5 Fictional Characters You Most Identify With

Fandom Friday

By: The Nerdy Girlie & SuperSpaceChick

The toughest part of being a fangirl is explaining to others that are not your connection to fictional characters. When I really love a show, book or movie, the characters feel like family and friends to me. So when something happens to them, it deeply affects me. I know the rest of you geeky girls will feel me, but it can be tough to put into words (says the blogger).


1; Amy Pond: Amy has taken the title of my favorite fictional female. Her story line in Who really resonated with me more than any other I’ve ever read/watched/experienced. She was a strong and feisty redhead that used this exterior to mask her fears and insecurities. Deep down inside was a girl that wasn’t sure what she wanted out of life and her journey as a companion helped her grow as a woman so much. She realized what was important in life to her, and who she really was.¬†

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5 Fandom Friday: 5 Nerdiest Things You’ve Ever Done


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I have to admit that this was a really fun prompt. I am pretty damn nerdy and ridiculous when it comes to my fandoms, so I’ve done quite a few things that I deem up there when it comes to superlatives. It was actually difficult to only whittle¬†it down to 5. I will never lie about one thing: I fangirl. And I fangirl hard.


1; First fans to enter The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

When I found out that there was going to be a theme park based on Harry Potter, and it was going to basically be in my backyard, I had to be there. I didn’t care that opening day was in June, which meant terrible heat and humidity. I didn’t care that there would be throngs of people to fight to get in. I didn’t care that we had to wake up at 4am. We somehow (I still think someone slipped us some Felix Felicis) ended up being the first 50 people in the park right behind the cast. It was amazing – we were on the Today Show and interviewed by NBC6. Daniel Radcliffe even walked right past us like he was an every day normal muggle. It was one of my most favorite days.

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5 Fandom Friday: Favorite Fictional Moms


Well this Fandom Five comes at an amazing time, now doesn’t it?!? Sunday will be my first Mother’s Day and also the day that I reveal the gender of our first child (yes, I already know & yes, it has been torture keeping it a secret). I’m loving this specific prompt since I’ve been thinking a lot about the kind of mom I want to be and the values I want to instill in my child. These powerful mama’s are some I hope to emulate.


1. Debbie Novotny {Queer as Folk}: Debbie stood behind her son no matter what his decision was, and I can only hope to do the same. She was his number one fan and the president of his fan club. Who doesn’t want that kind of support in such a harsh and cruel judgmental world?

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