Chances are I’m meeting Dianna Agron tonight.
I’ve waited four years for this.
I’m not ready.
DIANNA IF YOU ARE IN MY CITY I WILL FIND YOU guys im flipping shes here somewhere I MUST MEET HER OKAY and by meet i mean just cry and say nothing and then be angry at myself later for saying nothing
IS DIANNA IN NEW YORK?! DOES ANYONE KNOWWOTHOIWNQTF GW
“This is what a kiss is supposed to be. She felt like her brain was totally floating away and her body was completely taking over. She couldn’t believe those were her hands running down the back of Puck’s damp T-shirt, across his Mohawk-she’d always wondered what it felt like-as she pulled him closer. For some odd reason, he made her think of Juicy Fruit gum. She used to love the flavor so much, she wasn’t able to chew it for long before she had to-she couldn’t help it-swallow it. Puck was like Juicy Fruit. She just wanted to devour him.”
-Glee: The Beginning
I can say with the utmost certainty that I do not like what you have morphed into over the years. For something that started out so strong, different, and effective, it’s sad for me to have watched you become repetitive, tactless, and cringe-worthy. That being said, I would like to thank you for the amazing memories I have and the wonderful lessons I’ve learned.
You have provided me with actors and, in most cases, characters that have qualities I wish to model myself after. You taught me to love myself, believe in myself, never give up on my dreams, and treasure my friends. I think the reason I get so upset that you changed is because in the beginning it felt like you meant it and now you just fakely strive to keep that legacy alive. You don’t have to write “barrier breaking” storylines if you are never going to revisit the lasting effects of them. In the beginning, you were flawless. Everything was real. The feelings and the people were real and raw. That is what I connected with. That is what influenced my life so drastically. Never before had a television show actually done that. So even though the years have gone by, the writing has gone downhill, and the cast has changed, I must thank you. Without you I don’t think I would be the person I am. I wouldn’t be a bad person, but I wouldn’t be living my life with Dianna Agron’s sharpie marker approach.
I’d like to mostly thank you for writing Quinn Fabray. Never before had a character been so me. Blonde head cheerleader, dating the quarterback, with secret feelings for his best friend, not being my true self, and an unknown talent for drama and acting. There was an instant connection. I felt myself so deeply connected with this character and maybe that should have been my first warning to take a step back. Instead, I got wrapped up in all of the unfortunate things that eventually happened to her, but she overcame them. And I overcame my own personal issues right along with her.
These past four years have been long. I remember being a Broadway lover and sitting down on this day four years ago to support Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele, and Jenna Ushkowitz. I never could have guessed my world would be changed and I’d be filled with instant admiration and inspiration.
As the show has grown, so have I. Life is busy and things happen. I’m sad to say that I don’t watch you religiously anymore. It hurts to see what you’ve become. It’s somewhat insulting. But you’re like a little sibling. Despite how tactless, imperfect, and insulting you may be, I will always love you.
You’re a major part of my life.
how does one not love quinn fabray?
I honestly just miss Quick…
When two people go through what we’ve been through you’re bonded for life.
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