What it is to be a Famous Misfit

Ever since I started my blog, many have asked me what “Famous Misfit” means. I could never really give a good answer so I decided to find a good definition. As the majority of us know, being famous is being someone with a lot of recognition. As for the word ‘misfit’, it is defined by Merriam Webster as “a person who is different from other people and who does not seem to belong in a particular group or situation.” Now you ask me, “Why put those two words together?” And here is my answer; it is the definition of every human being. Being an outsider or “misfit” doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s a bad thing. It means that you’re not jumping on society’s ban wagon. You are simply being yourself. When you’re different it shows the world what kind of people are out there and some might find you relatable. In some cases, people may consider you to be “famous”. You might be a vlogger that they enjoy watching, blogger that they enjoy reading, or an artist that they enjoy looking at either paintings or even hearing you sing. My point is that you will always “fit in” and “stand out” in almost every situation you are in. As for me, I enjoy sharing my love for all things beauty. I am not sharing it because I want to get noticed. In reality it is something that helps me escape and find some peace. I hope everyone can one day grow into their own famous misfit and make this place fun and exciting. I’ll end this with one of my favorite lyrics, “Just imagine how boring life would be if we were all the same! And my idea of a perfect world is one in which we really appreciate each other’s differences.”

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