People are spending so much time watching movies, writing about fandom stuff oe doing research on an actor because they’re missing the adventure in their own life. When it feels too boring they just escape in a world which is more exciting.
So being in a fandom mostly isn’t because it’s chill and much easier than going out but because real life is quite boring.
For me, being in a fandom, watching a movie or interviews with actors is the opportunity of living a different, exciting life.
Summary: One of the things Sebastian has always loved about his fans is how supportive they are. He just wishes they could be as supportive of his significant other as they are of him. When some less than flattering photos from Y/N’s past surface on the net, Sebastian has to try and convince her that all the nasty comments and accusations will disappear with time.
Warning: language, people are jerks
Word Count: 1900
Prompt: They only love us when they aren’t busy hating us.
Author’s Note: Hello everybody! This is my entry for @until-theend-oftheline’s Kari’s Sebastian Stan Challenge. I hope you all enjoy it.
This story is a work of fiction. No disrespect is meant to any of the individual portrayed in this story or their loved ones. It is a work of fiction written and is written purely for entertainment purposes.
This story is not beta’d
Image not mine
Sweat rolled down the side of Sebastian’s face as he made his way into the building. He couldn’t remember the last time it had been this hot in New York City. The heat had been absolutely stifling. He couldn’t blame Y/N for backing out when he’d been forced to move their run from the morning to the afternoon because of a meeting. At this point, he had to admit that she had the right idea.
“Ty was everybody’s favorite person, and all agreed that he was that great rarity – a man who was just as nice as he seemed to be. With his flashing good looks, graceful carriage, and easy laughter, it was no surprise that he was a Pied Piper to women – they followed him in droves wherever he went – but Ty was a simple person, with a great down-to-earthness and modesty about himself.” - David Niven