There are some people who are popular; they have a lot of friends, and half friends and people they only meet at parties. They might drink and they might not, they might smoke and they might not. There isn’t a special person for these “groups”. But there are those people and then there are those, who have a handful of truly good friends, just enough. Those who don’t go to parties, and who thinks alcohol taste like shit. There are those that are emotional committed to TV – series and are called nerds because of it. I am the last one. I watch far too much TV series, I follow about three, that I’m really obsessed about. Supernatural, Doctor Who and Sherlock. And I know that I’m not the only one, there are a lot of people like me. I don’t know why everyone watches these series, perhaps because it’s good entertaining, perhaps because your favorite actor/actress is in it. I cannot answer for everyone. I just know that I watch it to forget for 40 minutes about real life. To go away in to the realm of ghosts, aliens and murders and I let the TV series take me far away from real life. And it’s kind of stupid because I often feel like, compared to the TV series I watch, my life suck. I will never ride in a black 1967 chevy Impala and ride around in America and save people and hunt things. I will never travel in space and time in the TARDIS with The Doctor and see amazing things no one else will see. And I will never live on 221b Baker Street with Sherlock and John and solve amazing crimes. Because life isn’t like that, it’s normal. You live, you die. And everything in between, that’s kind of up to you, what you want to do with it. But you have to be realistic, you can’t think that a 900 year old alien will come and change your life for the better. But I still believe that it’s not all bad, because when I watch my TV series, it makes me want to do something with my life. I don’t want to become someone that works nine to five in an office. I want to travel and see the world, I want to do and see things. But it breaks my heart to know that my life will never be like my favorite TV series. It’s very often like I’m homesick for a place that doesn’t even exist.