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dirtycurtains:

Ok, Hook and Tink have like a thousand times more chemistry than Hook and Emma tbh.

swans-glasses:

I may or may not have just started shipping TinkerHook

Not even sorry

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Just look at the chemistry between them, how could you not ship it?   

"If I didn’t know any better, I’d say you were a fairy."

"And if I didn’t know any better, I’d say you were a pirate."

IMO Hook and Tinkerbell have way more chemistry than Emma/Hook, and they are definitly more natural to watch, they’re becoming one of my favorites ship :D

piccadillytown:




2013 IN RETROSPECT: HOOKERBELL SO MUCH SEXUAL TENSION SHIP OF THE YEAR




Faith, Trust, And So Much Chemistry In 5 Seconds

piccadillytown:

2013 IN RETROSPECT: HOOKERBELL SO MUCH SEXUAL TENSION SHIP OF THE YEAR

Faith, Trust, And So Much Chemistry In 5 Seconds

Anonymous asked: Just thinking about the Tinkerhook flashback makes me so angry because they teased us with this hot scene only to flash forward to present day and have Tink all "YOU LOVE EMMA." Note how she has to be Exposition Fairy and tell us this because all I saw in Hook and Tink's scene was two people who wanted to fuck each other. Something I've never seen in a CS scene, and that includes their awkward as fuck teenage kiss. And of course, we'll never see Tinkerhook again.

anti-captain-swan:

A moment of silence for the lost potential.

"If I didn’t know any better, I’d say you were a fairy."

"And if I didn’t know any better, I’d say you were a pirate."

  • Once Upon A Time AU - Rather than all the Charmings trying to track down Tinkerbell, Killian leaves the group, convinced that he will have a better time convincing her to join their cause than they would if the whole group descended on her treehouse.

When he first arrives at the familiar little treehouse, for a brief moment he thinks that Tink has abandoned the place. A quick look inside leaves a strange sense of worry that the fallen fairy who had been such a close part of his years in Neverland had done something to anger Pan and drive her to seek a new home somewhere more hidden on the island, but upon closer inspection, he realised that the makeshift storage she used for her food was empty. He knew she often travelled to the far side of the island to trade for supplies she couldn’t gather on her own with the tribe, and his worry abated slightly as he realised this was most likely where she was.

The very fact he’d grown so worried about her was something he hadn’t really given much thought since the day he’d left Neverland - and Tink - behind. He’d found himself lying awake on more than one occasion, guilt gnawing away at him for leaving the fairy alone on Neverland at Pan’s mercy, and had tried to rationalise the guilt away by telling himself that Tink had survived life on Neverland with him before, (it hadn’t worked particularly well). Now, he was anxious to see the fallen fairy who had so enraptured his crew, and find out how she was doing.

A small rustle in the bushes nearby breaks his train of thought, and his hand drifts to the hilt of his sword on reflex. Even though the Lost Boys had generally left Tink alone, he can’t take the chance to think that he’s safe here. Though in a few moments, Tink appears from the undergrowth, balancing a small bag of supplies against her hip. When she sees him, she freezes in place, and stares at him in shock. She looks almost as she had the day he’d left Neverland, although perhaps a little more dejected in her manner than the woman who had once laughed and danced with his crew while swigging from a rum bottle and crowing foul-mouthed shanties before descending into drunken giggles and collapsing into his lap. 

"You’re not real," are the first words that come out of her mouth, tinged with disbelief that makes his stomach twist. He doesn’t want to think about what has happened in the time since he left for her to not believe he’s here, and can only muster a small sad smile.

"It’s me, Bug. I’m back, and I could do with your help, if you’re willing."