*to Higuchi* I’m gonna tell you all of my secrets.
I once forgot to brush my teeth for five weeks. I didn’t actually sell my last bike, I just forgot where I parked it. I don’t know who Fiend with Twenty Faces is, and at this point I’m too afraid to ask. When they say 2% milk, I don’t know what the other 98% is. When I was a baby, my head was so big scientists did experiments on me. I once threw apple cider at a swan, and then it attacked my sister Gin.
1/∞stupid not so stupid reasons why Swan Queen should be canon
Apples were always a symbol of love, passion and sexual desire.
The ancient Greeks believed that if someone tossed an apple to another person it was a declaration of love and if they caught the apple, or at least tried to, they were accepting their love.
In Christianity and The Bible the apple is known as the forbidden fruit because it represents the forbidden pleasures such as sexual desires and lust. It’s also a symbol of love and trust because Adam accepts the apple from Eve because he loves and trusts her.
Let’s talk about some apple exchanges!
Regina: “How would you like a glass of the best apple cider you ever tasted?
2. The next day…
Emma: *opens door in her underwear*
And I’m not even talking about the dialogue in this scene about how amazing honeycrisp apple trees are and how delicious the fruit is.
3. This absolutely counts as apple tossing. Well, branch-full-of-apples tossing.
So many apples were tossed…
5. One last toss. The apple turnover.
Emma: I’m leaving town.
Regina: Maybe a little something for the road.
P.S.: If you are wondering about the “stupid not so stupid” part of the title, just wait until you see the rest of the reasons.