Hello all! This post comes to you on a very special day for us all here at Rob Attack – it’s our 100th post, so expect to be spammed with all kinds of Rob goodness today! It’s a little hard to believe we’ve got to one hundred posts already, it all seems to have happened so quickly! I guess time flies when you’re having fun, eh?!
It means so much that you ladies have come here to join us, and the RA community is most definitely a strong one. I hope, as do we all, that the RA community continues to grow and get stronger as the years go by – and I have no doubts whatsoever that it will. Why? Because of Rob. Some day, somewhere out there, Rob will be wandering, and it will take just one of our ladies to pick him out of a crowd, or one of our ladies to simply think of him…and then we post.
Rob has such a profound effect on our lives that when we’re in the cinema, we’re like this:
When he’s at a premiere, we’re like this:
When we’re cast as one of Rob’s extras, we’re like this:
BUT perhaps most importantly, because of Rob, we’re like this:
Yes, not only is there a hysteria among us never seen since the heady days of Beatlemania, but there is friendship, too. Because of Rob, we talk, and that’s perhaps the most important thing of all – simple human interaction brought about by another human being. Because of Rob, we stir up coffees and chat while our shampoo-and-set does its thing, we log onto our computers and trade email addresses with women in other countries because of one common interest – Rob. Not only that, but our fascination (some may say obsession!) with Rob does a lot for us. It brings us together, and often gives us the chance to do things we would never have thought of doing – we make fan art, write fan fiction and even start blogs (as you can tell)!
Why do we do these things, you ask?
Well, I guess I’ll let Chicago do the talking:
Well, it looks like we’ve got the Rob Seal of Approval! Thanks, Rob! You may not know it, but we love you more and more each day. But you know, Rob, there are some people who don’t. Did you know that?