I was on Eonline's spoiler chat page, and even though the spoilers were about various different shows, the only things people were posting comments on were Captain Swan. The nice comments were very very nice, but the bad comments were, well...they all looked as if they had been written by the same person. (They hadn't). Believe me, I do try to stay away from stuff like that, but there are times when you can't avoid it. What was strange though, was that they were all arguments (if you can call them that), I had heard before.
In 'The Perks of Being A Wallflower', Charlie witnesses an upsetting incident between his older sister and her boyfriend, and is troubled when she stays with him. Charlie asks his English teacher "Why do nice people choose the wrong people to date?" His teacher tells him: "We accept the love we think we deserve."
"Can we make them know they deserve more?" Charlie asks. "We can try," the teacher replies.
I was thinking about this quote in the context of Swanfire and CS and certain things Emma said about Neal which I think probably confused CS shippers and made Swanfire fans...
"There's not a day will go I won't think of you." - Hook in 3x11
"...Not a day goes by that I have not thought of you." - Charming's letter to Snow in 1x10
I saw certain comments from the unofficial 'We Hate Captain Swan' club on the OUAT spot and couldn't help chuckling quietly to myself when they asked 'Why did it have to be Hook who finds Emma in New York?" and "It should've been Neal!" How unobservant and dim is it possible for them to be?! Isn't it crystal clear at this stage in the show who Emma's true love is? (or should be?). In case you missed it, or need a...
Can I just mention how absolutely adorable Colin and Jen were at this year's Comic Con? I know every fandom seems to think the actors in their 'ship' get along so well, are such great friends in real life etc, but you can honestly see that in 'Colifer's' dynamic.
Posted 21 days ago