Who Will Find Me?



Aug 20

The walking dead convention in Paris is cancelled. I’m so pissed off.

Aug 20 Reblogged

What do you think Beth meant when she said 'oh'? — Anonymous

bethylforever:

I think it’s genuine surprise. I don’t think she had any idea she had such an influence on him. Not only has she turned on this light of hope inside of him, she’s sparked something else of a more intimate nature. If AMC’s slip-up is to be believed…


Then Beth understood what he said, or rather, didn’t say. She didnt see it coming, because he’s Daryl and she’s Beth. I don’t think in a million years she would have thought Daryl would be someone who would see her that way. The ‘Oh’ was her awe at his silent confession. Whether she understands the full extent of his feelings is unknown. We don’t really know how Beth feels about Daryl in that way, we can only speculate. Their chemistry is undeniable and even the people running the show agree. And let’s be honest, we all know It’s happening now. If Beth hasn’t fallen for Daryl romantically yet, just wait, we’ll get to see it happen ;)

Aug 20 Reblogged

badmoonshine:

Inspired by [x]

Aug 19 Reblogged

arachnids-arisen:

arachnids-arisen:

i mean dude

2013 even looks like a shitty number to me and it was a shitty year

2014 looks so much more appealing to me.

2014 is going to be a good year, i can feel it.

no words can explain how wrong i was.

Aug 18 Reblogged

bethylforever:

fuckyeahdarylandbeth:

Beth Greene’s song to Daryl

I always imagined Beth singing this to Daryl (◕‿◕✿)

Aug 18 Reblogged

I'm ruined. All I can imagine is Beth and Daryl making slow love in a tent while it's storming out to Riders on the Storm by The Doors. — Anonymous

Aug 17 Reblogged

auteuii:

just a half-assed sketch of beth and daryl. Kind of wanted it to be a teacher/student thing but daryl somehow… turned out rather young. Guess I’ll just have to keep practising. 

auteuii:

just a half-assed sketch of beth and daryl. Kind of wanted it to be a teacher/student thing but daryl somehow… turned out rather young. Guess I’ll just have to keep practising. 

Aug 17 Reblogged

eatsleepbethyl:

eatsleepbethyl:

Daryl and Beth aka the human version of Rapunzel and Eugene. (no one can convince me otherwise)

Inspired by (x)

omg i’m watching tangled tonight and yes.. their names are actually beth and daryl in my mind. like “daryl.. my real name is daryl” ermagerd - i love how she has the innocence and strength beth has and he has the sass daryl has.. i think they’re so alike i love it

I need this on my blog again

(Source: anjelia3)

Aug 17 Reblogged

pixnart:

1 an de pinup, ça se fête non ;) ? Laquelle avez-vous préférez ?

Aug 16 Reblogged

keepcalmwearetimeless:

when something good happens to your otp

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when something gReAT happens to your otp

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Aug 16

Sigur Rós - Brennisteinn

Aug 16 Reblogged

Of Snakes and Stains: Suggestive Symbolism in ‘Still’

swiftsnowmane:

Following up on my previous post on narrow passageways as a visual metaphor in ‘Still’, I thought I would delve a bit deeper—hehe, excuse the pun—into some of the other (potentially) erotic/sexually suggestive symbolism in this episode.

What I love about ‘Still’ is that I’ve seen it a million times by now (haven’t we all), and yet every time I watch it I get something new out of it.  One element of the episode that I’ve been dying to talk about a bit more for a while now is some of the imagery that may contain several layers of meanings. I previously mentioned a few things in my Bethyl accent tag recording, but I haven’t written much about it until now.

Obviously, the main outcome of Beth and Daryl’s interactions in this episode is the change in the emotional bond between them—the build-up to the fight and all the pent-up emotions that it unleashes, and the subsequent hug and the bonding that follows on the porch, culminating in Beth’s brilliant suggestion to burn down the shack. All of this brings two people who were previously so numb they were unable to connect to a very close, almost intimate emotional bond, all over the course of just one episode.

Because this is The Walking Dead we are talking about here, every line, every moment, every detail contains layers upon layers of possible meanings. Sometimes, if you look more closely, you will find other potential meanings simmering just below the surface. Hence, why I don’t feel like it is too ‘out there’ for me to read  a bit…more into some of the visuals  of this episode.

The Snake

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Aftter the credits, as ‘Still’ opens, Daryl attempts to shoot a squirrel, but misses, noticing that the bolt he had shot was cracked and didn’t fly straight. This is an obvious metaphor for Daryl’s own unraveling state: he has been stoic and silent for weeks now, but this is the first ‘crack’ that will lead to his emotional outburst and breakdown later on. So, what does Daryl do? They need to eat, and he can still hunt in other ways. So Daryl goes ‘hands on’ here, as he catches a snake, cuts off its head with his knife, and then skins it with his bare hands.

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I would not have really even included this scene, if it were not for the fact that as he is handling the snake (I don’t think I need to point out that snakes have been almost universal phallic symbols throughout history), Beth is watching him from a distance. I’m still not sure what emotions are passing across her face at this point—disgust? admiration? a little of both? a desire for closeness? or something else entirely? Either way, I absolutely adore that we get to see Daryl from Beth’s gaze at this point, and that she is watching him engaged in this, shall we say, very manly ‘solo’ act.

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