Seriously, just love each other a little more, you two.
#5 years olds
I’m pretty sure Naya and Lea made the collective decision not to take this fight seriously, so they’re treating it as ridiculous as it is.
Santana: Are you rifling through my panty drawer, lezzer?
Rachel: Yes, but only because it used to be my scented candle drawer, which reminds me: I don’t have any friends.
Santana: Yeah, me either. I mean, even in high school we didn’t even have any friends who were girls. I was in love with Brittany, so that doesn’t count. I think there was another girl in New Directions — Xena? Gina? — but mostly we all fought over boys and solos.
Rachel: Truly it is one of this show’s continued failings that it won’t let two women form a healthy relationship with one another.
Santana: That and the fact that Quinn lives an hour away, but where is she?
Rachel: But like why did you go after my thing?
Santana: Because I was drunk and we were at a wedding and I was so lovesick over Britt—oh, you mean your Broadway thing? You would have done the same to me, dude.
Rachel: Fair enough, I guess.
One Three Hill: Honeys! We’re home!
Let’s just take a moment to compare this, shall we?
"You say the dream and I help you build the dream; that’s what a partnership is all about.”
"Stay, it’ll make me feel less guilty about being okay with Kurt kicking you out of the band."
I do believe there’s a clear winner on which was always the real relationship here.
But like.. Santana was speaking of High School in the past tense.. so her saying that Brittany “didn’t count because she was in love with her”, is the correct phrasing since she’s speaking about the past. But that also doesn’t mean that she’s not in love with her now.. you know? For example, if i said “I had friends but Blair doesn’t count because i was in love with her. She wasn’t just a friend”, I’m still in love with her now, but since i was specifically speaking about a past time, i would use the past tense verb.. does that make sense? I just.. don’t want anyone to take that WAS as an indicator of anything. It’s just a weird grammar rule.
Santana also used this same grammatical rule in 5X02 when she said that Brittany WAS bi when she was her girlfriend.
The Brittana fandom after that 2 second clip
SOME PEOPLE DON’T UNDERSTAND
we thought it was completely over
never coming back again
no more background moments
no more eye contact
no more conversations
no more brittany on our screen
no more brittany on our screen with santana
EVERYTHING IS GOOD AGAIN
HOW DARE YOU