Sunday, March 21, 2010

I think (of Nathan Fillion), therefore…


I am crazy? Delusional? Wasting my time?

Probably.

Chances are.

Yep, I can accept that.

Which is why I have moved onto ‘fantasy’ boyfriends.

Because you see after so many years of not dating, I realized, why be “realistic” anymore?

Why shoot so low as to people I could actually date (with the exception of AJJ, my local stalkee. He is worth every precious moment I spend ‘trying’ to run into him – sometimes quite literally, see previous post).

There is such an upside to non-realistic, fantasy boyfriends.

For one thing, if I’m smitten on my chiropractor, each and every time I go in for a visit, I am reminded that he only likes me for ‘my back.’

Bad for the self-esteem!

But I have a perfectly good reason why Nathan hasn’t asked me out yet. He doesn’t know I exist! So much better!

Now, before you run off thinking I’m a hussy know that just because this is a fantasy relationship doesn’t mean I’m not taking it seriously. #obviouslysuperseriously #Ijustdevotedmyblogtoit

A la Bull Derham I am faithful for the season.

As long as Castle is on, I’m Nathan’s girl.

But what about when the show goes on hiatus, you ask?

Well, is it my fault that Bones was in constant re-runs during the Olympics? What happened between David Boreanaz and I will never be spoken of again.

Again though, Nathan knew nothing of it, so no one got hurt.

See how perfect this works?

So until the thought police (or a mental health professional) catch me, I will think of Nathan Fillion… often.

#justtryandstopme

10 comments:

  1. So what happens when Nathan Fillion discovers you via this blogpost?

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  2. TEE HEE! My friend works for his brother--looks exactly like him;)

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  3. You and me girlfriend, and billions of other women. And I'm married. Very safe! And wonderful!

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  4. LOL -- I think book/TV boyfriends are a great idea, even if you aren't single. ;) They are a measure of your standards for the real guys, and nothing wrong with that. :)

    (Just in case you are reading this, Nathan, I think you should drop her a line -- a doctor with a dog and a good sense of humor. Why not?)

    Sam

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  5. Right there with you! A friend keeps saying she's trying to hook us up - I keep reminding her how long the line is!

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  6. I'm right there with you, hon

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  7. I'm right there with you, hon

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  8. LOL -- I think book/TV boyfriends are a great idea, even if you aren't single. ;) They are a measure of your standards for the real guys, and nothing wrong with that. :)

    (Just in case you are reading this, Nathan, I think you should drop her a line -- a doctor with a dog and a good sense of humor. Why not?)

    Sam

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  9. You and me girlfriend, and billions of other women. And I'm married. Very safe! And wonderful!

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