Oh my gosh. I’m sorry. I definitely know that not how it works, and I was totally kidding. I’m not just saying that because you guys replied it was meant to be a joke from the start D:
what have i done i have wronged the great ones
i mean god seriously, exhibit A, please rebuild the wall between yourself and the audience.
this is an obviously joking post about two concurrent storylines, which makes this level of response even more ridiculous and embarrassing, but let’s assume and pretend it wasn’t a second. Your audience will not agree with everything you do. Your audience will sometimes make assumptions about the creative decision behind every choice. YOUR AUDIENCE WILL NOT ALWAYS LIKE WHAT YOU DO. As a storyteller or creator, you are not owed your audience’s compliance or benefit of the doubt. To you, the creator, the story you are telling may be important and personal, but the audience is an observer. Especially on something like their personal blog, they will not pull the punches on their joking (or sarcastic, or maybe even hateful!!) responses to your story. But if you, as a creator, cannot handle or “appreciate” this, then you should stick to interacting with your audience solely through your story, and definitely not through their personal online spaces.
not cool, LBD actresses
hey, you know what I do not appreciate on so many levels? Actors coming into fandom and throwing their weight around to make fans feel intimidated.
you want to interact with fans. fine. but fans are not always going to respond to your work with completely uncritical worship. And if you react to an incredibly lighthearted joke about said work by shaming the person who made it- a person who obviously looks up to and respects you- then you clearly should not be in fannish spaces, because you can’t handle the fact that criticism will be involved.
this is just so sickening to watch. it makes me want to stop watching the show, and I love the show.