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The Other Kind Of Ships

Posted by twilightcrazedxxx from Cardiff - Published on 03/01/2014 at 13:17
2 comments » - Tagged as Movies, People

  • Sherlock

A ship - When two people (fictional or not) are paired together by a Fandom

Fandom - A group of people who all love the same thing and tend to obsess over it

There are so many 'Ships' going around in 2013. As the year ends, I want to share with you some of the largest ships I have come across. I shall do a countdown from 10.

  • 10) Edward and Bella (Twilight)
  • 9) Sherine (Sherlock and Irene, Sherlock)
  • 8) Rory and Amy (Doctor Who)
  • 7) River and Matt's Doctor (Which ever number he is now, Doctor Who)
  • 6) Sherliarty (Sherlock and Moriarty, Sherlock
  • 5) Spuffy (Spike and Buffy, Buffy The Vampire Slayer)
  • 4) Bangel (Buffy and Angel, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Angel)
  • 3) Destiel (Castiel and Dean, Supernatural)
  • 2) Sherlolly (Sherlock and Molly, Sherlock)
  • 1) Johnlock (John and Sherlock, Sherlock)

I know there are a lot of Sherlock's there but honestly: So many people ship everything!

Activity: Think of two characters from BBC's Sherlock.

I guarantee that someone has wrote a fan fiction about the two you have picked! Research it if you must! Though beware... Some people don't have the cleanest minds...

So I hope you enjoyed this article! Please leave a comment below! Thank you!

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Weeping Tudor

Weeping Tudor

Commented 28 months ago - 8th January 2014 - 03:09am

Hmmmm. It something which has kind of creeped me out over the years. But I do love the homoerotic ones which are plentiful online! I guess Fifty Shades of Grey has given fan fiction a bad name.

Weeping Tudor

Weeping Tudor

Commented 28 months ago - 8th January 2014 - 09:34am

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