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What is the purpose of this blog?

Richard Armitage fans, do you remember back to when you first discovered this talented actor? Did you join a forum or go in search of blogs? If you did (which is pretty likely if you’ve ended up here) then you probably ran across some words used in an unfamiliar way. Or you encountered an acronym that you didn’t recognize.

In service to new fans (and we are expecting an influx this year), I thought it would be a good idea to compile all those words and acronyms in one place. No more wondering over what TDHBEW means. Just come to The Richard Armitage Dictionary and find out!

This needs to be a group project, seeing as I still don’t know what everything means. So, feel free to suggest words, their definition and of course a corresponding picture (we can’t have an RA dictionary without visuals)!

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5 responses to “What is the purpose of this blog?

  1. kathryngaul ⋅

    Great idea πŸ˜‰

    I have been a fan of Richard’s since he appeared in “Cleopatra” in 1999 but I’m still a relative newbie to this blogging phenomena (I’m so tired this morning that I can’t even think how that word’s spelled!!!!)

    • When chatting with my friends earlier one of them mentioned that someone didn’t know what a certain acronym meant. It got me thinking about when I first discovered RA and had no idea what most of the acronyms and some of the words that were said meant. (Peaches, anyone?)

      Not to mention that I am (although you probably can’t tell from the blogs) the shy type who isn’t likely to ask for clarification. So I would just wait until I saw the terms explained somewhere. I figured this blog will give newbies a place to learn RA World’s special terminology! And shy types like me won’t have to ask. At least I hope so. πŸ™‚

      • kathryngaul ⋅

        Oh, Jas……you just quietly whisper in my ear and I’ll ask for you! πŸ˜‰

        This is a great public service you’re providing here

  2. Judit ⋅

    A fantastic idea, congratulations, Jas!!

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