Meme from shaggydogstail
-I'll respond by asking you five questions so I can get to know you better.
-Update your journal with the answers to the questions.
-Include this explanation in the post and offer to ask other people questions. (If you want. Totally optional.)
1. Which fictional location would you most like to visit?
I always get so torn here between Hogwarts and Narnia, but I guess if I'm a Muggle then Narnia would be best, since I wouldn't even be able to see Hogwarts. But if I was a witch, then Hogwarts for sure. :P
2. Would you rather travel in time or space?
Assuming I could come back to where I started, I'd love to travel in time!
3. What's your favourite cake?
Chocolate mud cake, om nom nom nom
4. Where are you most ticklish?
Probably my feet. That's the hardest place for me to suppress my reaction.
5. You can transform fandom with one wish. What is it?
I wish fandom in general was more accepting of different viewpoints. Generally it seems to sort of decide on certain things in a hivemind situation, which is expected for a large group of people, but it's the reaction towards ideas that don't fit that I'm talking about. I was talking to Dylan (monsieur_djinn) about this but I have been a H/Hr shipper since like 2000/2001 and sometimes, in some areas of fandom, I was made to feel like that was a horrible shameful thing to be. People felt like they could insult me, call me names, make nasty jokes at my expense (and not just me, all H/Hr shippers) just because I liked H/Hr over R/Hr? And it's like, HELLO? They're FICTIONAL CHARACTERS. I CAN like something even though it's not supported by canon, y'know? HP fandom would have been even better (and don't get me wrong, it was amazing and I loved it then, and I love it now) if more people were like "Oh, you ship _____? Well that's not my jam, but to each their own, bro!"