Though there are some times where even in my own fandoms, I'm a bit weirded-out. Like, some of this person's (Wordpress, not Tumblr, I know, but w/e) more fangirlish, less analysis-y posts.
Or the times when "excessively angry" and "fangirlish" combine. Like after a certain Downton Abbey character died, and there was some idiot on the Downton tag saying that the writer and their children deserved to "die in a fire" because they killed off their favorite fictional character.
I was like:
(Plus, it wasn't even the writers' fault, it was because the actor wanted to leave the show. But like, that's totally beside the point.)
(Also people need to stop using the phrase "die in a fire." The point of that phrase is that being burned to death is a really slow, agonizing death - hence why people in burning buildings jump out - so it's a particularly awful thing to wish on someone. It's getting overused to the extent that I think people have forgotten that.)