You can’t give up so easily (っ^◡^)っ

shipsnthenight:

doomsdayy:

Emma seeing Killian in new clothes

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Can we talk about the fact that you CS guys used a gif of Emma looking at Regina to make that example? image

Hey! Dragon. *Dra-gon*, not lizard. Seriously Mulan!

sqfangirl:

gayontilmorning:

This is why I ship Swan Queen:
I don’t understand what people mean when they say ‘It doesn’t make sense.’ Emma and Regina would be the most torturous, poetic love story on television. The idea that the Savior and the Evil Queen fall in love, cancelling out all feuding within their family. The Savior saving the one who truly needed it most is an endlessly romantic concept that would round the show off in the best possible way. Their relationship shows the most tremendous development and it only makes sense that it should continue to grow. The concept has such clarity.
(gnm)

“Look around you." The thing is they both had the entire town to look at and yet they automatically looked at each other.  

sqfangirl:

gayontilmorning:

This is why I ship Swan Queen:

I don’t understand what people mean when they say ‘It doesn’t make sense.’ Emma and Regina would be the most torturous, poetic love story on television. The idea that the Savior and the Evil Queen fall in love, cancelling out all feuding within their family. The Savior saving the one who truly needed it most is an endlessly romantic concept that would round the show off in the best possible way. Their relationship shows the most tremendous development and it only makes sense that it should continue to grow. The concept has such clarity.

(gnm)

Look around you." The thing is they both had the entire town to look at and yet they automatically looked at each other.  

magicmumu:

asschabs:

i am evil and gay and i love to complain

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masterkritz2000:

hahahahahahaha

calliope-plantain:

bitchjerked:

do you ever get mad because there’s so much wasted potential in characters and relationships and plotlines in some shows

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underthesunset91:

Swan Queen Week: Fake Relationship

Henry’s insistent questioning forces Emma to lie about her relationship with Regina. The result surprises them. And not in a bad way.