v. 1. the reaction a fangirl has to any mention or sighting of the object of her "affection". These reactions include shortness of breath, fainting, highpitched noises, shaking, fierce head shaking as if in the midst of a seizure, wet panties, endless blog posts, etc.
2. a gathering of two or more fangirls in which they proceed to waste endless amounts of time ogling, discussing/arguing, stalking, etc. the object of their "affection"
fangirl, glomp, squee, groupie
1. I admit it, I was fangirling all through Alexander and probably made an ass of myself but, omg, guys in skirts are sooooooo hot!
LoL, did you start fangirling the minute you found out the title of the next Harry Potter book?
2. Yeah, I stopped by Aisha's yesterday for a bit of fangirling before I headed home.
Who knew the Halloween party was going to turn into one huge fangirling session?!?!
From the noun fangirl
V. To make loud high pitched noises (this includes squealing, yelling, or talking so quickly that it doesn’t sound like they are actual speaking a real language) or show their excitement for the object of their obsession though movement (this includes jumping glomping, running in circles, etc.). Fangirling involves a lot of physical action unlike fanboying and can be quite annoying.
One does not have to be a girl to start fangirling though most girls do.
Also see fanboy
Everytime she saw him she started fangirling in my ear.
I was fangirling so much I forgot to breath.
"Going fangirling" (or "fanboying") is hanging round after a gig, hoping to catch the members of the band/take home some memorabilia.
I was fangirling after the gig and got the singer to sign my setlist!!