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advluv4life:

eevylynn:

sporklift:

well you know, 100 years in Neverland will do shit to you.

What the person above me said. Bae’s been through some insane shit and has probably had to do a lot of questionable things just to survive.

He had a paying job and he stole watches because the owner was ‘asking’ to get stolen from. He committed a crime and refused to own up to his actions, that is why he was living in a car, constantly.
He didn’t have to do that to survive. I mean I know being a janitor probably isn’t the most fun thing, but it’s not an excuse to steal.

Plus it’s Neal once again rationalizing his misdeeds and reassigning blame. He convinces himself that his conscious decision to steal property was somehow the owner’s fault, just like he later convinces himself that his conscious decision to let Emma go to jail and then never attempt to find her again was somehow completely August’s (and several others’) fault. I understand completely that things you go through as a child affect you later in life, but he was an adult when he did both of these things and should have behaved as one.

advluv4life:

eevylynn:

sporklift:

well you know, 100 years in Neverland will do shit to you.

What the person above me said. Bae’s been through some insane shit and has probably had to do a lot of questionable things just to survive.

He had a paying job and he stole watches because the owner was ‘asking’ to get stolen from. He committed a crime and refused to own up to his actions, that is why he was living in a car, constantly.

He didn’t have to do that to survive. I mean I know being a janitor probably isn’t the most fun thing, but it’s not an excuse to steal.

Plus it’s Neal once again rationalizing his misdeeds and reassigning blame. He convinces himself that his conscious decision to steal property was somehow the owner’s fault, just like he later convinces himself that his conscious decision to let Emma go to jail and then never attempt to find her again was somehow completely August’s (and several others’) fault. I understand completely that things you go through as a child affect you later in life, but he was an adult when he did both of these things and should have behaved as one.

(Source: confessuponatime, via welcomeaboardthenopetrain)

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The look on his face here, when he says “Aye”, is everything… (below)

…he’s answering her question: “You traded your ship for me”, but it’s not even about that. He’s not telling her he gave up his ship, he’s telling her he loves her, and in the gentlest way possible for Emma.

He is putting every ounce of love he has for her into that “Aye”, as well as every ounce of heartbreak he has. He knows she wouldn’t believe it if he just said “I love you”, he knows that would terrify her. Just knowing someone gave up so much for her would terrify her. So he tells her through that one word—Aye. He says it with so much compassion and vulnerability and purpose and absolute acceptance of however she needs to react. He’s saying “Aye”, but his face is gently saying “Do you understand now?”

Filed under Captain Swan emma swan killian jones captain hook once upon a time cs meta OUAT Finale

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http://onceiwasabitch.tumblr.com/post/93182815358/neal-and-emma-are-henrys-parents-why-wouldnt

onceiwasabitch:

"Neal and Emma are Henry’s parents. Why wouldn’t they be together?"

"Robin and Marian should stay together for Roland’s sake."

"Regina and Emma have a son. They should be together."

"Milah should have sucked it up and stayed with Rumple, she owed it to Bae."

STOP.

Having a child DOES NOT…

Thanks for this. I am a firm advocate for phasing out this old-fashioned social “requirement” that parents should stay together for the children. Growing up in an environment where no one loves each other is emotionally heavy and gives a kid a warped understanding of love. Plus, it gives the impression that if you get married and you’re unhappy, you better get used to it, because you don’t get a second chance, even if your first chance hurt you beyond reconciliation. Of course, parents should do everything they can to find out if their issues are resolvable, but if they’re not, I wish parents would understand that this is not an unforgivable failure on their part. You are not a broken family because a divorce/separation had to happen; you are a broken family when the people in your family don’t love each other and that lack of love starts wearing away at everyone’s souls. Kids care about their parents’ happiness WAY more than we give them credit for, and if the situation is handled with respect and compassion toward the child, a new relationship can be a source of relief and hope.

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home, you are // 4/5

alchemistc:

Like I said, this one keeps getting longer.

Liz, I had to format all the paragraph breaks BY HAND because tumblr hates me but it is HERE for you.

I apologize for the sheer amount of parentheticals in this chapter. Any dialogue you recognize is taken directly from the show. (Also I couldn’t resist adding another Spike reference to this fic. Kudo’s to those of you who catch it.)

part 1

part 2 part 3

home, you are

The Swan woman intrigues him from the moment he first lays eyes on her. It takes her the blink of the eyes to suss him out, and when he tries to keep up the ruse even knowing he’s lost already, she ties him up and threatens the ogres on him, and like the fool he is, he respects her all the more for it.

There is something in the way she looks at him, though, beyond the suspicion, beyond the annoyance, that makes him spit out the truth, a hopefulness in her eyes like she just wants him to lay down his secrets, reveal himself to her.

She is unimpressed by his true identity, arms crossed and brow furrowed in disbelief as she stares him down (she doesn’t even spare a glance back at the other woman - her mother?- as she pulls the hook from his satchel), and despite his better judgment he finds himself liking her.

He should have run back to Cora the moment he had the opportunity, beautiful and intriguing woman be damned, but then, he’s never been the sort to ignore the kind of magnetic pull he feels for her already.

She is, rightfully, suspicious, and Killian wonders at it, and her. This is the woman Cora hedged all her wagers on, the woman who broke a nearly unbreakable curse, the woman who was just a babe when he finally began to believe his vengeance was close at hand.

This lost girl (he knows the look, has seen it before on the faces of Pan’s boys, has seen it reflected on his own face more than he cares to remember), full of bravado and foolish courage, is the Savior the Queen of Hearts spoke of with disdain, and Killian is in her corner before she’s even untied him.

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OH GOOD CHRIST, WHAT IS THIS!!!!!! (that’s a good thing, btw)

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A Plea For Help. Please reblog.

hooked-on-jello:

Hey everyone, I’d like to ask my fellow followers and everyone else on Tumblr for help. If you could listen to my story, I’d greatly appreciate it, if not, that’s absolutely fine too. For those of you that do decide to read this, I sincerely thank you from the bottom of my heart as it means more than you know that you just took the time to read this.

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I mean, I’m a CSer, but had to reblog because WHY is this the first time I’m hearing this called Davey Jones?? That is a WAY better name for it!!

I mean, I’m a CSer, but had to reblog because WHY is this the first time I’m hearing this called Davey Jones?? That is a WAY better name for it!!

(Source: confessuponatime)

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hooked-on-killian:

"I know how you kiss, I would have gone after her" - 03x22

What if during the kiss on Neverland Killian remembered, just for a fleeting second while their lips met, the ghost of a kiss that he blamed on the rum.

I mean, just look at the way he touches his lips afterwards and looks blown away yet lost in thought.  Adam and Eddy said CS was planned from the start and maybe this was one of the little hints they hid towards the finale.

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