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#a lover’s spat #or two hamsters bickering

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So you all maybe know this scene from Pirates of the Caribbean: At  World’s End

And maaaaybe, if you are a Willabeth shipper like I am, the ambiguos-ity of this scene was to much for you to handle. 

Well, I was looking Will Turner up on Wikipedia (just normal stuff, you know) and here is something I found

Will returns ten years later to Elizabeth and their son William “Will” Turner III, at the end of At World’s End. While the film is ambiguous, the writers’ commentary states that because Elizabeth stayed faithful to him and met him at the end of his first ten years as Captain of The Flying Dutchman, he is free from servitude and returns to Elizabeth and their son, spending his life with them.

Do you understand?

While the film is ambiguous, the writers’ commentary states that because Elizabeth stayed faithful to him and met him at the end of his first ten years as Captain of The Flying Dutchman, he is free from servitude and returns to Elizabeth and their son, spending his life with them.

So we actually got our happy ending guys!

Now I can die in peace.