Everyone (well, most everyone) knows what a ‘ship’ is these days. A ship is when fans pair their favorite characters together and make them a couple. Regardless of gender, BTW. The idea of ships is not in and of itself; it’s just hysterically funny. Some of the ships people do come up with, it’s like, “You had nothing better to do, so you did this.”
My younger sister had no idea what a ship was, so I decided to ‘educate’ her. She probably still hates me for it now. Here is a list of some of the ships that have been done, and I will asterisk the ones my sister hates.
- Cherik – Charles and Erik (X-Men)
- Ereri – Eren and Levi (Attack on Titan)
- McDanno – McGarrett and Danny (Hawaii Five-0)
- Jelsa – Jack Frost and Elsa (The Guardians and Frozen)
- Jonerys – Jon Snow and Daenerys (Game of Thrones)
- Olicity – Oliver and Felicity (Arrow)
- Stony – Steve and Tony (The Avengers)*
- Bagginshield or Thilbo – Thorin and Bilbo (The Hobbit)*
- Stucky – Steve and Bucky (Captain America)
- Thorki – Thor and Loki (Thor)*
- Lokane – Loki and Jane (Thor: The Dark World)
- Larcy – Loki and Darcy (Thor)
- Johnlock – John Watson and Sherlock Holmes (Sherlock)
There are a few other ones from Middle Earth that don’t have official names, but they exist, and piss my sister off so much. Except for maybe the Boromir/Eowyn one. She likes to entertain the possibilities.
The funny aspect is that there are people out there who spend a large portion of their day thinking this sh*t up and putting it out on the internet. It’s hysterical! I’m laughing my *ss off right now! We all have characters we really like and we want to see them happy in their shows, or movies, or whatever. But, really? Putting them in impossible relationships like that? Your life is sad, sad, sad if you’re thinking about that. And you probably don’t have a relationship of your own if you’re worried about somebody else’s.
And on that note, it’s been real!