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NF-Lee's Gildor and Frodo

Frodo caps, cont'd: The Eyes veiled, in a Purple Lorien....

Posted on 2005.11.16 at 19:43


mechtild at 2005-11-18 22:53 (UTC) (Link)

Re: "Possible uneasiness," pt. 2

I wonder why that is. Even I, as shameless as I am have paused to wonder if I OUGHT to apologize to somebody for it. Stupid, really.

If you had hung around on messageboards more (focussed on Frodo/EW), you would have heard A LOT of apologizing. I could understand the impulse, having had it myself, but, really, I have come to accept the fact that desire and love know no age limits. What does have a limit is acting on that desire and love. In the film "American Beauty," the protagonist, a man in his forties, has a huge idealized crush on his teenaged daughter's best friend. Is it weird or abnormal that he should feel this way? I don't think so, personally. But would it be terribly unwise, even tragic (not to mention illegal) for him to act on it? Yes. But the desire itself seems within the range of "normal" to me, even though it cannot be satisfied.

This all makes me think of a BBC television episode of "Father Ted." (A show that seems hilarious to me.) In it, his older housekeeper is crazy for a man on TV who purposely excites the mother instinct of his audience. Hordes of middle aged and older women find out that she has won a personal visit by him and they converge on the house in a parody of the Night of the Living Dead movies wanting to feed him cake and knit him sweaters.:-)

Oh, I have never heard of this "Father Ted" series. What a hilarious premise! It sounds like 50% of Frodo/EW fandom; me, I want to feed him, but I'll skip the sweater-knitting. On with the petting and cuddling and stroking!
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