I always get moderately
incredibly angry about the fact that Ryan needed Theresa to tell him to trust Marissa, that he could not get to that conclusion by himself. Obviously, I understand the difficulty of the situation he is in and both conclusions are undesirable because either it’s true and Marissa cheated or Trey is lying - it’s painful for him either way. But, idk, it’s really the fact that she is in so much pain trying to keep a secret for his sake, out of her love for him, and meanwhile, he can’t trust her said love. That sucks.
And it becomes even more tragic because in season 3 when he does (I think) have that confidence in her love, it gets shattered by the Johnny saga. As with all of my rants about the oc, I cannot understand why you would build a couple up, only to destroy them in the most dreary way possible.
I was watching the “Do you miss him?” “Everyday” scene and it just struck me that, Ryan hearing that, it has to be really meaningful for him. Lindsay just left, yet another person who has just left suddenly, but this whole time Marissa’s been missing him. The whole time, she wanted him and really, in a sense, while one girl has left, Marissa has always been there waiting. And that has to mean something to him and I think that’s the point where the old feelings come back to him because he recognises how valuable Marissa’s love actually is. For all of Marissa’s flaws and even with all the trust broken with Oliver, Marissa has never given up on him, never abandoned him and all that is absolutely meaningful to him.
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Mom, Caleb was broke. It makes sense we’d have to sell everything.
no but imagine the rawness of slytherin feminists
@mindykaling: Oh shit, guys, I’m so excited, no one I saw today will I see tomorrow so I can wear the same outfit again.