In your own space, introduce yourself! Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.
Hello! I'm Kairos. This is the same first challenge as last year, so I'm reusing my post from then.
I'm a failed artist and non-practicing novelist who entered fandom about twelve years ago. For roughly the first half of that, I was all about Buffy, but I later went through major phases with Guardians of the Galaxy and the Netflix MCU, and minor phases with all sorts of things.
At the moment I don't do much writing for, reading of, or engaging with any fandom at all, but it's for reasons that have been good for my offline life, which I don't really talk about publicly. If you want to know more about me you can ask for access to my non-fandom filter.
It is true that I once wrote and illustrated a fic about Buffy and Angel as My Little Ponies. It is true that a friend and I once made a mix tape in support of James Gunn, and handed it to Michael Rooker. It is true that my contribution to any discussion about a film or TV adaptation will probably include "The book was better."
It not true that I wear a tutu to sleep. Where did you even hear that?
In your own space (or their own space) interact with someone new. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. No need to leave a link for this one, but if you’d like to invite others to join the conversation, please do leave one.
I want this to be in my own space but how do I attract people here so I can interact with them?
Challenge #3: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
In your own space, tell us who, from one of your fandoms, would you most want to have dinner with (or tea, or a random afternoon visit), And why? This could be a creator, an actor, a costumer, a set designer, a director, a character, a composer, anybody! What would you talk about? What are you dying to know? Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.
Okay, so the first thing that comes to mind, because of where my fan-brain is right now but mostly because it would be hilarious, is Din Djarin. HAVE SOME TEA, MANDO. Come on, all you have to do is TAKE OFF THE HELMET and DRINK THE TEA. Ooh, and one of the robots from Saga, so the great question of HOW DO THEY DRINK THE TEA can finally be answered! Let's round it off with a Dalek, since my husband has been marathoning the original Doctor Who series. Put them all together and it's an instant, very confused fight to the death! If I don't survive my tea party that's just the price to pay.
For a tea party that I would survive, let's go with the (living and dead) self-improvement champion team: Steve Irwin, Marie Kondo, Jordan Peterson, Bob Ross, and Mr. Rogers.