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Old 10-17-2012, 01:55 PM   #24
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Default Re: Has anyone been to the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris Bercy?

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Originally Posted by Sophitia36 View Post
LOL! No, don't worry, I won't faint. I'm not the hysterical fan type. I do faint very easily, as a matter of fact, but not in that kind of circumstances.
That must be annoying! Under which circumstances does the fainting usually happen?
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After all, I did meet the greatest of all my sports idols several times in real life, had a chat with him (in Italian ), and even had coffee with him, and I did not faint!
Who?
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What I tend to do when I get close to an idol of mine and become anxious, is simply stare. I don't scream, cry or faint, I just stay there and watch. Believe it or not, sometimes it actually attracts more attention (because it's weirder )
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