Miscellany
sarah531:

aftertherockets:

Just leaving this here again, and then running far far away from the internet. Because, fandom, you totally suck, and Steven Moffat YOU ARE THE WORST.

Are you also kinda mad that Rory said the thing I hoped he wouldn’t say?
I mean, I still love him to bits, I know why he said it- he was hurt and angry that she’d rejected him. It’s like the Doctor Who equivalant of ‘you don’t appreciate any of the sacrifices I made for you’, I guess. But I wish he hadn’t brought up the 2000 years thing, I really wish he hadn’t…

I honestly don’t think that Rory would have even brought it up of they hadn’t been divorcing, though. From the episode, it seemed like Amy had initiated divorce proceedings and it hadn’t been Rory’s choice to terminate the marriage.  Of course, he wasn’t aware of Amy’s true motivations but when one spouse doesn’t want to divorce, I can kind of see how they might come to believe how they must have always have been the spouse  that was more in love. It isn’t true in this case, but Rory was probably operating from a place of a lot of emotional hurt and pain.

sarah531:

aftertherockets:

Just leaving this here again, and then running far far away from the internet. Because, fandom, you totally suck, and Steven Moffat YOU ARE THE WORST.

Are you also kinda mad that Rory said the thing I hoped he wouldn’t say?

I mean, I still love him to bits, I know why he said it- he was hurt and angry that she’d rejected him. It’s like the Doctor Who equivalant of ‘you don’t appreciate any of the sacrifices I made for you’, I guess. But I wish he hadn’t brought up the 2000 years thing, I really wish he hadn’t…

I honestly don’t think that Rory would have even brought it up of they hadn’t been divorcing, though. From the episode, it seemed like Amy had initiated divorce proceedings and it hadn’t been Rory’s choice to terminate the marriage. Of course, he wasn’t aware of Amy’s true motivations but when one spouse doesn’t want to divorce, I can kind of see how they might come to believe how they must have always have been the spouse that was more in love. It isn’t true in this case, but Rory was probably operating from a place of a lot of emotional hurt and pain.

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    Very good points. Rory did what he did out of love. Amy had to wait those 36 years or die. And the fact that Rory never...
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    Are you also kinda mad that Rory said the thing I hoped he wouldn’t say? I mean, I still love him to bits, I know why he...
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