Let’s get one thing straight, I’m not talking about made-up relationships here. Not like when people ship Draco and Harry. I’m talking about relationships in movies, tv shows and of course books where there is an actual or implied relationship going on. You probably have a bunch of weirdships as well and I want to know all about them in the comments.
Last night as part of the #YATalk Twitter chat, we were asked:
Okaay, Q2. Who was your first fictional crush? #YATalk
— Ely (@elysiumjayne) February 1, 2017
Which then lead to:
Q2 never had one but I’ll say Peeta Mallark because he’s the character most like my fiancé. Gorgeous and way too damn good for me. #YATalk pic.twitter.com/tKMqd3FsT6
— K M Tanner (@KMTannerAuthor) February 1, 2017
That got us talking about how people were gunning for Gale first. Now that I find totally weird. I classify a weirdship between main characters as a ship where they’re not supposed to end up together in the end. Like Elena and Stefan for example. Yep. Shutup. Or a another example of a weirdship is when two supporting or minor characters are weird together but it’s cute.
I Ship Weird Relationships or Weirdships
Brienne and Tormund from Game of Thrones
AMEN! RT @catherinereport Ladies, find someone that looks at you like Tormund looks at Brienne. #GameofThrones pic.twitter.com/lqHb2B6geB
— danielle le toullec (@daniletoullec) May 18, 2016
Rebekah and Matt from The Vampire Diaries
Cain and Amber from Bitten