When I first started meeting anyone famous it was just wrestlers. It was always exciting to see who we could meet when they came to town.Chris wrote:That amazes me too.WOODMO wrote:Side note, I always find it amazing how few people on this forum actually care about non-wrestling meets.
It is always the same 5-8 people that seem to even show any sort of reaction.
A "I Met Paul London" thread would get more replies then "I Met Clint Eastwood" thread.
A guy like Pacino is an extremely rare, and "Once In A Lifetime". Yet nobody seems to care. Meeting him is easily above and beyond the calibur of a Triple H, Randy Orton, or HBK.
After a couple years, and meeting just about everyone on the roster, it started to get boring. Keep in mind, I generally don't get autographs, just photos. I would go and just try to meet the newer people on the roster. If you only knew how many times I've met guys like Cena, Edge and the Hardy's and just let them walk by, because, how many photos do you need with the same person.
Meeting celebs is just so much more exciting because there is some degree of difficulty, which is exactly what turns a lot of people from this message board off. I know several people from this board like the relaxing, convienent nature of going to a convention with a super ticket and getting everything without any kind of challenge. If you are content with that, then that is the perfect atmosphere for you.
I prefer Celebs now because, I've met everyone worth meeting in wrestling and because I like the challenge as well as the final score of getting a photo with someone like Obama, Nicholson, Pacino or Deniro.