Top Ten Tuesday: Fandoms! 

Happy Tuesday! Today The Broke and Bookish Blog gave us the category of “fandoms” for our Top Ten Tuesday, so I’m going to give you my favorite quotes from some of my favorite fandoms.

Some of these are book quotes and some are from shows or movies, but all of them not only have a beautiful meaning, but each hold special meaning for the show, book, or movie they come from.

C.S Lewis once said,

“Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, ‘what? You too? I thought I was the only one.'”

Is there a more perfect quote to describe fandoms? It’s truly amazing how we can talk for hours, whether it be online or in person, with strangers about a show, book, movie, game, comic, or whatever it is that gives us a common thread.

Sometimes I feel so dorky when I get so excited and submerged in something fictional, especially when you seem to like it more than everyone around you, but then when you meet someone who likes it too, it feels as though the weight of weirdness has been lifted off your shoulders and you can finally talk about the things you love without holding back.

So without further ado, here are [some of] my favorite quotes from the books, shows, or movies, that inspire many fandoms.

1. Doctor Who


2. Shakespeare


3. Narnia by C.S. Lewis


4. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien


5. Supernatural


6. Merlin


7. Hamilton


8. Sherlock Holmes


9. Star Wars


10. Avengers

There you go, kids. Stay weird 🙂

 

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6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Fandoms! 

  1. Right off the bat I loved that quote from C.S. Lewis. I hadn’t heard it before, but it does describe it perfectly, doesn’t it? My favorite quote from Dr. Who is a simple “Wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey” followed by “Don’t blink!” – I need to put that Shakespeare quote on my daughter’s wall. She is absolutely fierce (when she’s not being sweet, loving, and adorable.)

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  2. Tolkien’s quote caught my attention. I forgot it was in that book [but then again, that book is full of quotables]. It made me realize how we live so close to Mordor these days but must hope that the “little people” may persevere and slip through the Orcs and the Nazguls to topple Sauron. Let us hope that love prevails.

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