A term used to describe a fanfiction
's relationship to canon
. It is used for fanfiction
s that are not set in an alternate universe (AU
), meaning that the author made an effort to not contradict the canon
setting, plot development, characters, etc.
Fangirl 1: I read this great fanfiction over the weekend
Fangirl 2: Was it canon compliant?
Fangirl 1: Yeah, it had all the same characters and plot details as the show!
An adorable animal the world decided to obsess over in 2015. It's fluffy, and...actually, I'm pretty sure that's all we cared to learn about them. We were still obsessed with them, but rather than learning about them, we made a song about them! Ah, humanity.
The llama song:
"Fluffy llama, sad llama, mentally disturbed llama! Super llama, drama llama, big fat mama llama!"
See? We were obsessed with them, but not really anything about them as an animal...just them.
Every Sunday on Twitter, a hashtag starting with the letters LGBTQ trends, and LGBTQ+ people post selfies using the hashtag.
Happy Sungay y’all #LGBTQueens
This can be one of two things.
1) When you aspire for your group of friends to be as cool as another group of friends
2) What you say when your friend group just took an awesome selfie, are twinning
and rocking it, etc, etc
1) "OMG they have a group Halloween costume? Squad goals!"
2) "That selfie looks amazing! We're so squad goals!"