Mostly caryl and the walking dead stuff on this blog. Although I do have a penchant for many things from the Supernatural Fandom, Lord of the Rings, and various other movies/tv shows.
Also post a lot of liberal-leaning (particularly on social issues) stories, feminism posts, etc.
Happened upon a post that was making fun of carylers for thinking that the infamous jug scene was an indication that Daryl likes Carol romantically…..by comparing the jug scene with the scene where Daryl is taking a golf club to a walker and gets guts all over Beth.
Hmmmmmm. Awkwardly offers to carry jug and accidentally ends up throwing jug at Carol and getting flustered and embarrassed afterward ……versus angrily bashing a walker with a golf club and getting guts all over Beth.
And those two scenes are similar because…..
they are NOT?
I just want to personally thank you for doing these at all. They are so wonderful and in-character and the perfect length. I definitely get a little giddy when I see you post a new one.
I am having a blast writing these. These prompts have helped me get over my aversion to writing smut. I’m happy to spread all of the Caryl feels!
Daryl was so light in Strangers!
ITS ABOUT TIME THAT BOY GOT SOME HAPPINESS!
I don’t know about you but I was very happy with his attitude in that episode. He joked around and laughed and was just so much more alive then in the other episodes where he was sad, depressed, and just in a dark place!
i think you’re right. Although there’s always a possibility it was a blooper, I’m inclined to think it was scripted and just brilliantly acted. Someone else mentioned the lid is off the bottle when he accidentally drops it, whereas it’s on just a moment before.
I also think, if it was an outtake, the actual scripted scene would go like this.
Daryl: Want me to carry one of those?
The end. LOL it seems a thoroughly pointless exchange, and a poor way to end a scene.
I really do think it was intentional and plays into Norman’s repeated comments about keeping it awkward.
Ok, but if we are talking about lines and parallels from season 2 we need to be revisited, how about Daryl being the one to say:
“I can’t lose you, too.”
I want this so much that I can’t even put it into words