I adore waking up to wonderful Armitage news.
Yet another fan got the chance to meet Richard.
Suzi describes her encounter at RAC (see pic below).
A huge Thank You to Suzi for sharing!
She says Mr Armitage is nothing special to look at, quite grumpy, refused autographs and pictures, and was a thoroughly unpleasant man.
OK, not really, but I think this encounter may break the back of some RA fans who long to meet him 😉
I live vicariously through other lucky RA admirers!
I’m still waiting on a message from Richard, although it seems that it’s the last days of shooting in one location, so things have been busy for our precious on the set of Black Sky.
My sister has another theory about why we haven’t received a post-Armitage Day message yet (apart from one simply never coming…).
Our fandom consists mostly of fab females.
In order to write a message to his female fans, Richard would require a set of:
Yes, ladies, our dreams have come true!
In many countries females were given the right to vote in the 1920s, but it wasn’t until the good people at BIC finally realised we simply can’t use those ordinary masculine pens, that we are now able to exercise our rights.
The pens as slim (we are women after all, and that word should be our mantra), pastel coloured, and some swear that in the place of a dot, it draws little glittering hearts!
And no, they don’t vibrate…
I can hardy contain my joy, and I’m not the only one who’s bursting with pride and emotions!
Don’t take my word for it.
Read about the revolutionary aspect of *gulp* giving women a pens of their own, but be warned.
We ended up spending hours yesterday evening, crying with laughter.
After all, who thought it was a good idea to give a woman a tool that is mightier than a sword?
We leave the kitchen?
Get a job?
The mind boggles!
Thanks BIC for identifying my needs.
Now get Richard Armitage a set, pronto!
A nice set of pastel-coloured, super slim pens, to write a message that any average Mary, Jane and Sally can understand!