Can we please talk about this? The fact that Laurel managed to shake off her dad, who was holding her back from going inside. That must have been a hell of a struggle. And then she, climbed back into a collapsed building, she fought her way back into what was left from the office, through the smoke and the fire, and all the way through she was probably hoping that Tommy was still alive.
And then when she gets there, it is too late, and all she sees is the Arrow inside, who was there before her, who possibly had the chance to save Tommy, but he didn’t. Yes, it is not the Arrow’s fault that Tommy died. But given the damn circumstances and the way she felt about Tommy, and how she trusted and believed in the Arrow, it is totally understandable, that she is mad at him. This might come off as blasphemy, but I think it’s something close to when someone who believes in God loses a loved one, and then they question his very existence because of it. Sure, the Arrow is no God, but in Laurel’s eyes he saved everyone up to this point.
Aliya Mustafina (RUS) was the most decorated gymnast (and athlete in general, except for swimmers), male or female, at the 2012 Summer Olympics, having won four medals including the silver in the team all-around, the bronze in the individual all-around final, the gold in the uneven bars final, and the bronze in the floor final.
Sorry not sorry.
Dig is one of us!
“Part of what Oliver said to Felicity in that episode is that he doesn’t know if he’s willing to open himself up to having feelings for her, if in fact he does, because the danger is so imminent when you’re in close proximity to him…. Him working with her and her working with him is one thing, but a relationship is another.”
-Unknown (via psych-facts)
This isn’t about them being together. This is about me.