Sophia. 24. Chicago.
writer. vidder. creative.
Twilight. TVD. GG. Misfits. Skins. True Blood.
Chair. Team Edward. Stelena. Freffy. Sooric.
Chuck Bass. Brian Kinney.
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Cats and Kittens.
Food. Sex. Chocolate.
Writing. Cooking. Reading Fanfiction.
Lil Wayne. F&TM. Lana Del Rey.
Current Obsession: Chuck&Blair
"And as the raven flies she feels unwelcome
She's fallen out of her tree and caught on a limb of silver lining
Her wings uncertain oh but she's still flying
Yeah little Raven I see you there
Hold your head up now
I won't try and pull your feathers out I promise
Go on dry your eyes
You know that I've forgiven you and I'm sorry
And everything till now
It wasn't that bad really
Raven by Lisa Marie Presley
I knew the Dairs were going to be bitter. And even though I stay far, far away from that revolting tag full if elevator molestation gifs, I’ve seen a lot of Chuck hatred in light of 6x01.
The Dairs are calling Chuck immature for not being able to handle his business while also being in a relationship with Blair. They’re claiming that he’s using it as an excuse not to fully commit to her, and allow himself space to philander.
Hold. Stop. No.
The fact that Chuck is waiting to finally be with Blair does not show immaturity at all. Quite the opposite. The fact that he is making sure he does everything he can so he doesn’t mess it up again, it shows not only mature reasoning, but also consideration. He’s making sure that this time when they’re together, it’s forever. Hence, the ring. If anything, the lack if relationship shows his commitment to it. He’s willing to be apart from her for a little while longer to know that he’s able to solidify their future. And it’s not like he’s asking her to wait forever, for years, even. It’s soon. That ring means something to Chuck and he wouldn’t give it to Blair as a tangential place-keeper.
As he said, he loves Blair with all his heart and would give up anything to be with her. He’s fully becoming the man Blair always knew he could be. I’m proud of him for trying to be that man for not only himself, but for Blair and the best of their relationship.
Bravo, writers. Chuck Bass is coming full circle as a character, growing and maturing. He is not, by a long shot, immature in his actions-unlike the Dairs.