[…] And really, at the end of the day, they are family.
~ Lana Parrilla (x)
I love SQ shippers and that´s why I want to share this with all of you!! You´re amazing!
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Me: I work well under pressure
Beta: You work only under pressure
OMFG! THIS IS ME!
I think they’re two very strong, powerful, intelligent, attractive women. Sorry, I’m biased. You’ve got a brunette with brown eyes—dark, sultry—and then you have this blonde, blue-eyed, very—Emma has a different quality from Regina. She’s definitely more athletic, more active, stronger physically in a different way than Regina would be. And Regina has a different internal power and that’s also very attractive, and a witch, and a humor, and a sassiness that we all love about her. She can be very snarky. And there are a lot of qualities that make these two characters connect and I can see why people would want them to be together. There’s also been tension between them throughout the years and they’re fighting and at each other’s throats, but not ever really physically hurting one another, and so there’s that tension that I think that can be perceived as very sexual by a lot of our audience.
- Lana Parrilla [x]
Doesn’t JMo have green eyes?
sgtmac, how the hell can you think you write slow when you can turn out like 7 or more amazing prompts in a week if you have the time? I’m sure if you added them together, the…
I also see a big difference between long multi-chapter fics and fulfilling one-shot prompts. The difference can be summed up like this: complexity. In a multi chapter fic you are interweaving multiple plots and multiple character arcs. In most one-shots you are at a specific moment in one single plot or character arc, which makes the short intensity burst easier than the multi day sustaining necessary for a multi chapter fic. Sometimes the short burst is liberating in a way that diving, however briefly, into one’s multi chapter fic is not.
gayest scene in modern film history
"At the end of the day, they are family. So I can’t see either one of them physically hurting one another or ever leading to death or wanting to kill one another, because at the end of the day they are family, and they will have familial conflict and arguments and such, but I think they’ll find a way to resolve.”
Regina fuck, no magic Mills