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14 April 2005 @ 09:58 pm
ha ha HA!  
I think I've managed to convince sherrold of the True Love of Alan and Billy in JP3. (Then again, she's, um, not really hard to convince of these things. Usually. She does resist Sparrow/Norrington, very wrongly.) By the end of the evening we were watching last week's Alias and trying to think of ways to slash Jack/Vaughn. Because we're all about taking the impossible and making it plausible. If you're blind, deaf, and from Mars, I mean. But then again, like I said to her, I wouldn't have thought Jack/Will could work either. Speaking of which. You know what fandom is like? Fandom is like having a Christmas tree in your house all year round, and occasionally waking up to find a spectacular present under it, sometimes when you're hoping for it and sometimes when you least expect it.
 
 
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Trekker: alan and billy47_trek_47 on April 15th, 2005 05:15 am (UTC)
*happy sigh* Yes, everyone should acknowledge the true and pure love that is Alan/Billy. That movie is a romance with dinosaurs. And on that note... all romances should have dinosaurs. It would improve their watchability immeasurably. Or maybe that's just me.
Michelle Christianmovies_michelle on April 15th, 2005 05:22 am (UTC)

How do you not see the True Love of Alan and Billy? Seriously, how is that even possible? They practically have "COUPLE" in flashing neon over their heads. (And the previous fiancee? Conveniently married to someone else and not a new love interest of the opposite sex in site for either of them!)

Gotta vote with her on the Jack/Norrington, though. I have some standards.
Trekker: alan and billy47_trek_47 on April 15th, 2005 05:35 am (UTC)
Hee. As they say: Didn't see the slash? That's like not seeing the dinosaurs!
rache: rache with teawickedwords on April 15th, 2005 05:45 am (UTC)
JP3 - The love that wears black t-shirts. Man, I loved that movie.
torch: fly away my sadnessflambeau on April 15th, 2005 06:38 am (UTC)
You know what fandom is like? Fandom is like having a Christmas tree in your house all year round, and occasionally waking up to find a spectacular present under it, sometimes when you're hoping for it and sometimes when you least expect it.

*smooches you* It is, isn't it?
stungunbilly: Considerstungunbilly on April 17th, 2005 01:51 am (UTC)
That is so exactly what it is like.
Yes.