about quinn fabray

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: why didnt faberry ever happen? quinn was obviously so in love with rachel. in season one, theres a shot of quinn drawing an ugly drawing of rachel and yet she adds hearts around it? rachel always looked out for quinn, especially during the pregnancy. she gave away a pair of her panties just so the school paper wouldnt write about quinn being pregnant. in season two, in the scene at prom where quinn slaps rachel across the face, she feels so sorry afterwards. and even though shes just besn slapped, rachel wipes away quinns tears and holds her hand. like what the hell? when rachel wants to get her nose job, quinn is the only one who takes her seriously. shes the one who goes with rachel to the plastic surgeon and is supportive of rachel's decision. plus, it was quinn's nose that rahcel wanted. and in season three, quinn says the words "you were singing to finn, and only finn, right?" like she wants rachel to be singing to someone else, ie, her. how gay can you be quinn fabray? and quinn is so adamant about not wanting rachel to marry finn. she tells rachel that shes a star and doesnt need to hang onto the boys in high school, that she needs to let go and be her own person. quinn is the only person who truly recognizes rachels talents and capabilities and appreciates her drive and ambition. plus, quinn gives rachel metro passes so that the two of them can keep in touch. after giving her the passes, the two hug, and the pain in quinn's eyes is so clear. her gay little heart was in love with rachel throughout the entire series and yet it was never explored.

anonymous asked:

hey hello hi i saw that you love a character for a lot of the same reasons that you love quinn fabray and as someone who is in 2017 and still thinks about quinn fabray like every day i would like to know what show this julia character is on so i can watch it pretty pretty please???

They’re really different types of people but really similar in character/motivation/etc (Girls who grew up in perfect, emotionless families that valued success over love, hitting a point where they fail and lose everything and scrap like hell to get it back). Julia is the female protagonist in The Magicians on SyFy. Season One is on Netflix and Season Two starts at the end of January. 


Men always say that as the defining compliment, don’t they? She’s a cool girl. Being the Cool Girl means I am a hot, brilliant, funny woman who adores football, poker, dirty jokes, and burping, who plays video games, drinks cheap beer, loves threesomes and anal sex, and jams hot dogs and hamburgers into her mouth like she’s hosting the world’s biggest culinary gang bang while somehow maintaining a size 2, because Cool Girls are above all hot. Hot and understanding. Cool Girls never get angry. They only smile in a chagrined and loving manner and let their men do whatever they want. “Go ahead, shit on me, I don’t mind, I’m the Cool Girl.” He wanted Cool Girl, who is basically the girl who likes every fucking thing he likes and doesn’t ever complain.

Don’t get me wrong I’m a huge Quick fan and I would’ve loved to known whether they ended up together or not but I’m honestly not even mad about that.

I’m pissed at the fact that Quinn and Puck as individual characters were treated like shit.

Every original cast member got some sort of closure except the two of them. They weren’t even acknowledged.

I get Dianna couldn’t film much for the finale but she was there earlier in the season and her last real episode was wasted on a storyline where Becky insulted her the entire time.

I’m just disgusted with the way they treated Mark and Dianna.

I am going to use numbers today. To prove a point about Quinn Fabray.

Season 1 - Quinn’s mood:

# of songs she chooses to perform (not counting You Keep Me Hanging On, which is assumed to take place in her head, which is full of gayness): 3 - I Say A Little Prayer, Papa Don’t Preach, It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World

Season 2 - Quinn’s mood:

# of songs she chooses to perform (not counting those assigned, like I’ve Had the Time of My Life): 2 - Lucky, I Feel Pretty/Unpretty

Season 3 1st half - Quinn’s mood:

# of songs she chooses to perform: 0

Season 3 2nd half - Quinn’s mood:

# of songs she chooses to perform: 7 - Never Can Say Goodbye, Stereo Hearts (although you can’t really hear her on the track, it counts because I said), Cherish/Cherish, I’m Still Standing, Up Up Up, Saving All My Love For You, Take My Breath Away

Happy Quinn = musical, expressive Quinn?

(only click the read more if you want a small rant on this topic that devolves into faberry like everything else i do)

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