Favorite pairing: I, tall dark and brooding, put up with your shenanigans cause I know you’re not actually an asshole and I am also secretly not an asshole, and you’re just an antisocial little cuddle machine, and I, too, am a larger antisocial cuddle machine
I don’t get when people complain about fictional things having happy endings. Like, your favorite characters are alive! Your ships stayed together! The slow burn paid off! No one is in danger anymore! Everyone gets to live the happy life they deserve!
If I wanted something realistic and tragic, I’d read a book about the presidential election. Nope, let me live in a happy fictional world with my canonically alive faves, please and thank you.
“Flying Scot View: Tommy Chambers looks through the spokes of his beloved Flying Scot. He had 10 of them, all painted black ‘for easy maintenance.’ He started out in the Kinning Park Clarion before moving on to the Douglas Cycling Club. His diaries state he wore out 354 tyres, 33 pedals, 76 chains, five saddles, 126 fixed cogs, three freewheels and 10 bikes during his 800,000 miles lifetime journey! He calculated every 1000 miles cost him £1. His diaries are in the Mitchell Library, Glasgow, and his gold watch and Albert chain in the People’s Palace, Glasgow Green, to which he left a substantial sum of money in his will.”
She loves to go out for a ride, climb to the top of the mountains, and rest there. She likes to stop and see the landscape around her, without being concerned about her average speed. she loves to go fast on the downhills, feeling every part of the road. Her goal is to enjoy, and delight her senses. Her aim is to put every ride in her memories.