“Snow and Charming are meant to be; ergo David and MM are meant to be. Everybody is entitled to an opinion and I totally respect that. But canon is canon is canon. That doesn’t make it an opinion, that makes it fact.”—OUAT Fans Says The Darndest Things, Part 11
“If Katherine knew she was standing in the way of true love, she would understand. I think part of her already knows, so I think she isn’t as upset as she seems.”—OUAT Fans Say The Darndest Things, Part 10
“This affair between David and Mary Margaret is just a sign of the curse. They’re not able to act as who they are because of the influence of the curse. Only when it’s lifted will they regain their free will.”—OUAT Fans Say The Darndest Things, Part 6
“Everybody knows it’s not cheating if you’re soulmates, and David and Mary Margaret are soulmates. It’s like when you say, ‘I love him like a brother.’ But you can’t possibly love that person as much as your actual brother.”—OUAT Fans Say The Darndest Things, Part 5
Since we all know Once Upon A Time is serious business, if you want to unfollow the blog because something here offends you, no prob. I won’t take it personally. Much as I appreciate the dramatic flair, there’s no need to leave a note in my inbox formally announcing your departure. It’ll just be a painful reminder of the magical time we spent together.
“[David and Mary Margaret] both were trying not to see each other, but coincidentally, they end up seeing each other in the diner anyways by chance. That can be seen as fate, and the pull they have towards each other—Charming is always going to “find” Snow. So that pull towards one another and seeing each at the diner caused them to lose their sense of rationality and act on their feelings.”—
OUAT Fans Say The Darndest Things, Part 2
Coincidence? You know that the episode was titled “7:15 AM” for a reason, don’t you?
“I think David was sincere when he promised to work it out with Kathryn. He did everything right on his end until they kissed, and I don’t think you can blame him for that either when it’s his real identity coming through.”—OUAT Fans Say The Darndest Things, Part 1