The most deluded dickhead on the planet?
Has Daryl been shown to have fallen for anyone on the show? I think not.
You think not? Okay, let me break it down for you, nice and slow:
- There’s this really amazing episode called “Alone" which happened in the actual show.
- But since you obviously watched another show or skipped this episode, let’s move on to the other sources:
- “I loved the scene in the kitchen when they’re talking, and I got the sense that Daryl was starting to kind of fall in love with Beth a little.” - Greg Nicotera (Executive Producer/Director) [x]
- “She was that glimmer of hope for him. That’s what he was attracted to. If he misconstrued those feelings as possibly like a crush? That’s even better. He thought there’s something good in you and I haven’t seen something good in like forever. It’s like being lost in the woods for miles and miles and starving and then finding an apple tree with an apple on it. You know it’s like, maybe there’s something good out there and maybe that’s you.’ [x] - Norman Reedus
- ”I think if he had any sort of romantic notions toward Beth, he didn’t know what it meant. Just to have the little butterfly feeling for a second is something. It might have been like one tiny moth, but it was a flutter, and that was good enough for him.” - Norman Reedus
- “Over time, his initial disdain for Beth’s naiveté is replaced with deeper feelings for her” - AMC Bio on Daryl Dixon [x]
- “Daryl implies that he has feelings for her, but before Beth can respond, walkers swarm the house.” - AMC Bio on Beth Greene [x]
So in light of this, you see how little what you think matters?
And if you want to call someone a deluded dickhead, have the guts to not be a coward by cutting and pasting their anon response to another person, and say it to their face. We can all see who that phrase really applies to here.
If you dare to scroll past this, I just… I have nothing to say to you.
Boys are adorable. Boys trail off their sentences in an appealing way. Boys bring a knapsack to work. Boys get haircuts from their roommate, who “totally knows how to cut hair.” Boys can pack up their whole life in a duffel bag and move to Brooklyn for a gig if they need to. Boys have “gigs.” Boys are broke. And when they do have money, they spend it on a trip to Colorado to see a music festival. Boys don’t know how to adjust their conversation when they’re talking to their friends or to your parents.
Until I was thirty, I only dated boys, as far as I can tell. I’ll tell you why. Men scared the shit out of me.
Men know what they want. Men make concrete plans. Men own alarm clocks. Men sleep on a mattress that isn’t on the floor. Men tip generously. Men buy new shampoo instead of adding water to a nearly empty bottle of shampoo. Men go to the dentist. Men make reservations. Men go in for a kiss without giving you some long preamble about how they’re thinking of kissing you… Men know what they want and they don’t let you in on their inner monologue, and that is scary.
Two unexpected reactions that made me think about Charloe seriously:
1. Charlie expression after Bass’ execution.
She is really in pain. She looks like she was thinking: “This is the man who I can blame for my father death, for losing my brother, for growing up without mother. For war I was part of, for losing my innocence, my faith… So why am I sad? Why I’m not feeling relieved? Why it hurts so badly?”
2. Bass’ lost puppy look for Charlie, after he knew she slept with Connor.
Seriously, he was so insecure when he talk to Charlie then. First, he yelled at Connor, but when it came to her? He can’t say a word. He just stand there, looking lost and confused. Like their acting like this offended him personally. I can’t even put it in the right words, it was so unusual to see from him. Like in this scene in school, when he came back for her, he looked kinda similiar. Like he was dissapointed with himself for caring that much.
when one of your siblings gets yelled at
mom: you can be next