i am crey my ship

“I’m in the wrong place” → A brief insight into Saitama’s character

Sometimes I feel like Saitama doesn’t get all the love he deserves, only because he doesn’t have a “tragic past” or doesn’t pose as a deeply-wounded-cursed-by-fate Hero™.

[Spoilers ahead for the ones who haven’t caught up with the manga yet]

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I think the reason I’ve stuck with CS Fandom for so long (longer than any other otp) is probably because of how incredible they’ve developed. We shipped them before we ever saw them on screen together, and through a year and a half of people telling us Emma would never end up with a villian, with plenty of us even believing that ours was the longest of odds, but it was still just fun.

And then they kissed, and it was a one time thing and just a fling. Why wouldn’t Emma get back with the father of her son?

But then he traded his ship for her, but then they gave each other a chance (they weren’t wrong about each other), and there was more kissing, more dates, more fighting with each other instead of against each other.

And then the three little words we never thought we’d ever hear her say, certainly not all those years ago when she stood on that beanstalk and told him she couldn’t take a chance on him.

But we should have known.

Nothing can stand in the way of true love.