I can't get over Paul Walker's death
Why I miss him
Paul is one of my celebrity crushes. He was handsome and he always was a gentleman. He loved animals as much as I do and he didn't let fame change him into something bad. He manipulated fame for good and fame didn't manipulate him for bad. He was so good and funny. I can tell that I love his smile most of all and his eyes, which are my favorite color. He was that kind man that was never the least bit fake. I feel like talking to him. He said in an interview, that he preferred being called as "Brian" from "Fast and Furious" franchise, so I would scream "Brian!" and hug him if I had the chance. I guess nobody can deny that he stood out from other celebrities.
Becoming his fan
To be honest, I didn't personally know Paul before he died. I heard about his death and I felt nothing. After two years, I recall in regret, passing from the cinema with my friends, as it was near a shopping street we were before. "Furious 7" was out and a friend of mine told us to watch it and I denied categorically, calling it "a crap with cars" when I hadn't even watched it. Then, "See you Again" came out and I first listened to it in July, 2015. I learned that Paul Walker's brother had replaced him in the final scene of the movie and I was curious to see how it worked. So, I got to watch the film on the laptop, as it was not in the cinemas anymore. I loved it and I watched all the movies of the franchise. Fast and Furious is now one of my favorite movie franchise. Not too late after I had watched the films, I cared about Paul everyday until I realized, he was one of my celebrity crushes. I fell for him really hard and I cry every once in a while. There's no day I stop thinking about him; he's under my skin. I miss him from his movies, I wish I could have a time machine. I would stop him from dying, I can't get over his death, since I'm too emotional and sensitive.
Do you miss Paul too?
I don't know if I get over him some day, but he's just not just a celebrity crush. I loved him. Literally. I grief.