#actually married 

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I just wanted to check in on you … and you 

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spn + extended sky (requested by anonymous)

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I love him.


#im not crying there’s just a metaphor in my eye

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Don’t run our hearts around.

If You Must Die, Sweetheart (Die Knowing Your Life Was My Life's Best Part)


In which Anna has no idea what she just wrote… I’m so so sorry you guys.

Inspired by this awful heartbreaking song (x)

Oliver was frozen in place, a result of the scene playing out in front of him. She was pulled tightly to Slade’s chest, his sword pressed into the…

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Oliver Queen + internally screaming about Felicity Smoak

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Why you should be excited about the Olicity bait-and-switch


Last night the unthinkable happened, and the responses to the olicity fake-out scene in the finale have been many and varied. Fans are anywhere between completely elated and spitting mad, and while the scene is steeped in controversy, as Stephen once said - The opposite of love is not hate, it’s apathy. The fact that the show is eliciting such strong emotions can only be good for the future of Arrow and for the network overall.

But I want to take it a step further. I want to tell you why the “I love you” scene was the best thing the writers could have done for the show, and overall for us.

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Oldest trope in the book


and I know a thing or two about tropes.

This is a good thing. This is Felicity finally cluing in that Oliver feeling something for her romantically is possible. Because I truly don’t believe she thought that until the moment she said ‘Oh’. I’ve always thought he was further along than she was…

When you told me you loved me, you had me fooled…for a second that, maybe you might have meant it.


"talk about unthinkable, you and me I mean…”