Fan mail

Dear Bruno:

I’ve been following your blog for some time now, and have to tell you that I’m very impressed by your writing.

I like the way you express your thoughts and feelings.

I like your sense of humor and sarcasm.

You have an outstanding command over the language, you know how to transmit emotions and the way you use punctuation marks, makes it very easy to read and follow, as most people including myself feel frightened by big blocks of text, they look so scary!

I like the topics you choose, very thought-provoking, and often aimed to challenge our ideas as individuals, as members of this society, as inhabitants of this planet.

Your problems are the same we all have, so we can relate very easily to most things you write about. Some are a bit random though.

I like that you use different formats, sometimes as a dialogue or stories, sometimes poem or pictures, it makes it less predictable and more enjoyable.

Also, your pictures are darling, I was surprised to see how good looking you are, because you know usually most people who spend long in front of the computer seem to look kind of creepy.

But you look like a supermodel, it’s like you’re photoshopped, you have a charming smile and the way you laugh, oh my god! So mesmerizing. Your short hair and that manly beard you always have takes my breath away 😉

And your sunglasses make you look so cool and mischievous, for not saying hot and mysterious.

You look irresistible and I don’t really believe all your stories about the friend zone.

I’ve been kind of following your posts since last year and always had kind of a crush on you, like most of your readers I guess.

Can’t really consider myself a fan though, I love your posts, and admire the way you are, but I’m not one for idolizing people, I know you’re just a normal guy, like any other. And have many issues.

And I think it’s very cool that you talk about your flaws and make fun of yourself quite often.

But you know, sometimes for some reason, I got jealous while reading some posts, when you talk about ex-girlfriends or once that you put some pictures with a girl. It’s crazy I know, because I don’t know you. But following your writing for almost 9 months now made me feel like I know you and understand you.

Like you are a part of me.

And your posts are a part of me also. Because they have stayed with me after reading them, and sometimes when I take a shower or coming back home in the bus at night, I remember your words.

When there’s some conflict in my life, I remember your words of wisdom, and think “what would Bruno do?”

I’m kind of a writer myself, so I know sometimes the stories shouldn’t be taken literally, but many times they make me wonder if those things actually happened to you, or where you got those ideas from.

My favorite posts are: NEET, midnight humor, poligamy, living like a boss, and the ones you call “whatever” they always make me think and re-think my life and my ideas.

It seems you’ve had quite a hard life, and so exciting also! I wish I had those kinds of experiences myself.
It’s great to read that you were able to learn so much from them.

You don’t need to feel guilty about playing video games, maybe you haven’t noticed it but they have drastically boosted your imagination and creativity over the years, and if it wasn’t for them you probably wouldn’t be able to create all these fantastic stories, and share them with us.

I enjoy visiting your blog every day, so felt a bit sad when I heard it was the end of season one, I understand of course that you have many other things to take care of, you have to learn Chinese, you have to work on your scripts, you have to meet people, you have to keep away from the internet before you lose your mind, you have to play your games, etc, but I just wish you could keep posting every day.

Even though I know you write for yourself and you don’t want to please anyone, I also know how many hours you spend every day coming up with new ideas, trying to express them in the simplest way possible, so that we can all understand them, writing, editing, proofreading, etc.

So last but not least, I want to tell you that I think you are a great person and I hope we get to meet in real life someday before I die and (at least) have a cup of tea together.

Keep working hard, keep going for your dream and don’t let this go to your head.

Thank you for your writing

 

 

 

 

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