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( Mar. 24th, 2014 02:14 am)
I figured out how to blacklist the pairing names of every ship that conflicts with my OTPs! Now my dash is happy again ^_^

Now if only I could figure out how to use one of those search-replace extension things to turn all the smoosh-names for said OTPs into “Character Name/Character Name” so that I never had to see the words “Stony,” “Enjoltaire,” or “Portamis” ever again, it would truly be perfect.

(I am a bad fangirl who means "One True Pairing" literally, in the sense of "these characters can only ever be paired with each other and never, ever with anyone else, and in any universe, any version of canon, or any fic, if you ever pair Legolas and Gimli* with someone other than one another you are bad and wrong and will probably go to hell")


*Or any of a variety of other pairings, but I'm willing to allow that people who ship Tony/Loki or Steve/Bucky or Tony/Pepper or Enjonine or who headcanon Enjolras as aro-ace might possibly only go to Purgatory. Aragorn/Legolas shippers go straight to Dante's 10th level of hell, where they will spend eternity alongside veg*ns who feed cats or dogs vegetarian diets and people who shush other people in the theater.
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( Mar. 24th, 2014 11:32 am)
Spoilers for later Musketeers episode have me torn between "Ha, yes, confirmation that The Vicomte de Bragelonne/Man in the Iron Mask never happens in this universe! Suck it, depressing canon ending!" and fridge-horror internal cringing at the prospect that they might.

(But what if they did? What if they did and it was his own kid all those years later?*)



*The painful thing is that, much as I love him, I can see him knowing that and yet still coming up with the whole plan like a good evil Jesuit who thinks he's acting in France's best interests. Sorry, spawn 1 and spawn 2, but that's how tragic 19th century novel figures who become the thing they used to hate roll.
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