This is the thread to explain why you ship seddie or why you ship creddie. What makes one better than the other?
Nickelodeon (ended 2012)
|My opinion is both and neither. I think it's been stated that Dan purposefully puts in evidence to suggest that either could happen, or neither. Even though it's a tween show, it still falls under the Moonlighting Curse. If you get two lead characters together, it radically changes the dynamic and eliminates the will-they/won't-they tension. If I had to choose one over the other, I'd say Seddie. After all this time, Freddie has got to be feeling some kind of resentment towards Carlie for pretty much choosing everyone but him. And there's been guys she's crushed on that aren't that different from him. It's like Mrs. Benson's line way back when: "Why won't you love my son!" Eventually, Freddie has to start wondering what is so wrong with him that other girls like him; but Carlie makes him keep his space. |
Seddie is the whole slap, slap, kiss thing. I don't see that as a healthy relationship if she continues to physically assault him like in iGet Pranky. And Carlie's reaction suggests just how common it is. They have been getting more friendly with each other as time goes by, though.
The term ship comes from relationship. You want two characters to get into a relationship. Or 'ship. Through memetic mutation, it turned into a verb. It also allows for some funny metaphors relating fan arguments with naval combat. "Ship wars."
|I agree, don't start unnecessary arguements.|
|Very true. If you want actual stuff about Seddie you have to read the posts in the beginning to the middle. Creddie is almost always on topic and they listed reasons, so they are easier to find. I didn't mean to bash you or anything, I just want to make sure there won't be any drama or anything. I like it peaceful.|