writers: let’s make Emily gay writers: BRILLIANT IDEA writers: let’s make Emily’s boyfriend attempt to rape her and have Toby rescue her. writers: AMAZING IDEA writers: let’s have Emily be in love with the manipulating queen bee writers: NO ARGUMENTS HERE writers: let’s have the new girl pursue Emily writers: LOVE IT!! writers: let’s possibly kill off the new girl writers: UH HUH- GO ON!! writers: let’s pair Emily with the girl who tried to drown her writers: WHERE DO YOU COME UP WITH SUCH BRILLIANCE?! writers: let’s have some creepy guy stalk Emily and then she shoots him in self defense writers: LORD HAVE MERCY writers: let’s cure Emily of her PTSD within three episodes writers: SOUNDS REASONABLE writers: let’s have Ali come back and save Emily and her friends from a fire writers: LORD JESUS THERES A FIRE! writers: let’s have Emily and her friends go to NYC to find Ali writers: GENIUS writers: let’s have Emily have a one night stand with Ali and then never talk about it. writers: NEVER? writers: never writers: OKAY writers: let’s have Emily help the cops arrest Ali writers: YES!!!! writers: let’s have Emily and her friends get kidnapped by A and held hostage in a dollhouse writers: NO- WE COULDN’T. OR COULD WE? writers: let’s have Emily pair up with Sara Harvey writers: THIS IS PURE GOLD
Tracer: Other fans are either cheering or crying on her having a girlfriend depending on their preferences, the lgbt players are going nuts, some of the straight ones are salty over the loss of their waifu, the Widowmaker x Tracer shippers are drowning, and I’m just over here thinking that Emily x Tracer is one of the cutest couples I’ve seen…and dare I say the hottest too.
Hanzo: Fans are currently ranging from “What the shit is this fuck?” to “confused attraction” over his haircut. Me being the wierdo I am, thinks he’s been playing Tom Clancy’s The Division.
Torbjorn: Nine kids. ‘Nuff said.
Angela x Genji: Keep that garbage can open folks, I’m jumping in .
I dislike the phrase ‘Internet friends,’ because it implies that people you know online aren’t really your friends, that somehow the friendship is less real or meaningful to you because it happens through Skype or text messages. The measure of a friendship is not its physicality but its significance. Good friendships, online or off, urge us toward empathy; they give us comfort and also pull us out of the prisons of our selves.