When it comes to shipping, the old adage is true THE HEART WANTS WHAT IT WANTS. I have so many ships in my fleet that it can only be called an ARMADA. Some of my pairings may not be conducive to the real world and I’m ok with that. My fictional world and real world are not one in the same and so I have no shame when it comes to my OTPS. When it comes to pairing up my ships, logic takes a backseat and something magical happens that is hard to explain. It happens without warning, taking you by complete surprise. Before you realize it you are in too deep, shipping what you shouldn’t and praying for endgame. Im speaking for myself, but I know the feeling is mutual because we ship…
The couple that in reality should not be together, due to their familiar ties.
CLACE/BEFORE THE TRUTH COMES OUT
The ship that’s stigmatized because of AGE.
The ships that bloom from HATE
THE BEST ONES ARE THE ONES YOU NEVER SEE COMING
IN REALITY I WOULD NEVER ROUTE FOR MOST OF THESE COUPLES, SO THANK GOODNESS FOR FICTION…..
CHIME IN AND SHARE THE FANDOMS YOU GET THE MOST HATE FROM, BECAUSE REGARDLESS I SHIP WITH PRIDE AND HAVE NO SHAME IN DOING SO. I BET YOU DO THE SAME.
DONT LET OTHERS OPINIONS KEEP YOU FROM SHIPPING THE CONTROVERSIAL SHIPS, BECAUSE THOSE ARE USUALLY ENDGAME.
4 years ago Klaroline stole my heart. Klaus and Caroline are the actual reason why I joined fandom life. 4 years of nothing. 4 years of hurt feelings. 4 years just waiting, never knowing if anything would come from it. And now, 4 years later, it’s Klaroline’s time. I’m so emotional right now. I can’t believe my favorite ship is finally getting their moment to shine. They set our screens on fire 4 years ago and this time will be no different. Bring it, Klaroline!
When Caroline’s high school boyfriend, a superstar baseball player, returns to town, she finds the inspiration to reinvent her struggling diner… and revisits the past to find something even better for the future. Will Klaus set up to the plate this time around?
It’s easy to say you’re over someone when you’re not seeing them. The challenge is to look them in the eyes and see their smile, and hear their voice. And still be able to say “This is not what I want anymore.”