HELP MEEEEEEE I SAW THOSE CARSON AND HUGHES PICS I AM AT WORK AND I NEED A MOMENT
They’re not actually floating. There are thousands of objects in orbit, and gravity pulls them toward earth, but the earth keeps curving away underneath them.
They’re not actually floating. What they’re really doing is falling.
I could have pretended everything was gonna be fine
To be quite honest, I don’t think Carol can handle herself out there all on her own.
She is strong, she is BADASS, I absolutely adore her.
But it wasn’t long ago that she was in the tombs, (by herself), and she couldn’t fight her way out, she tried to stab a walker but it missed the brain and…
Oh she was way different in the tombs last season. This Carol can take care of herself somewhat out there. She’s not some weak ass person by any means. She’s cold, she’s definitely not the S2/3 Carol at all, but weak? no.
Oh, you mean, like when she stayed by Richard’s side and had tears in her eyes because she knew there was nothing she could do to save him?
Like when she had tears in her eyes when she told Richard she was going to get Lizzie and Mika so they could say good-bye?
Like when she told Lizzie and Mika that they could either wait outside or stay in the cell while she does what she needed to do to their father to make sure he wouldn’t come back and kill others?
Like when she told Lizzie, “It’s okay. That’s okay,” when Lizzie wasn’t able to follow through with stabbing her father in the head to prevent him from reanimating?
Like when she told Lizzie to look at the flowers as she stabbed her father in the head?
Like when she held Lizzie and Mika as they cried over their father?
I think we may have different definitions of what “cold,” is. Could you clarify what your definition is?
I rarely participate in talk about this but I get really irked when people call Carol cold.
Is she cold because she doesn’t want to talk about Sophia? Or let kids call her mom?
I don’t know about you, but I know had I gone through what Carol did, I’d probably be suffering from some kind of trauma. Maybe some PTSD. I mean she did literally see her zombified daughter get put down.
I took those off the Mayo Clinic website, but I also have worked with individuals with PTSD and I can say Carol’s behaviors exemplify the opposite of cold and actually are pretty textbook signs of avoidance.