@anon asked Puckleberry or
“You’re a great performer, Noah. I just wanna say how proud I am to have you on my arm in front of the whole high school.”
caught but without a care
They HATE each other.
Rachel: Truth or Dare?
Quinn: [exasperated] Truth
Rachel: Do you want to kiss me?
Rachel: [leans in] I dare you to kiss me
Quinn: Never have I ever—
Rachel: That’s not the game, Quinn!
Faberry or Pezberry
“I guess that means that I care about you. Don’t tell anyone.” “I won’t”
They’re just FRIENDS.
Does anyone know that Faberry fic where Quinn kisses Rachel after she like broke up with her boyfriend and Rachel almost breaks her hand banging Quinns door down and it’s about 5 chapters long I think it was posted by Forforever19
Rachel: Would you call me selfish?
Kurt: No, not to your face.
5th Place: Hello, Goodbye (Rachel Berry, Finn Hudson and the rest of ND)
4th Place: Highway to Hell (Jesse St James and the rest of VA)
3rd Place: Gives You Hell (Rachel Berry and the rest of ND)
2nd: Hello (Rachel Berry and Jesse St James)
spider!quinn doing the spider-man kiss with rachel
19 • 1x12 - Mattress
“You know what, I don’t think I want to be a cheerio after all. I don’t want to be on a team where I only appear to belong, I’d rather be on a team that’s proud to have me, like glee club.”
i have a theory that makes the season two nationals performance a lot more enjoyable (at least for me)
what if finn didn’t write “pretending”? i mean the lyrics don’t really make sense for him and rachel. they’ve always been pretty open about their feelings. they don’t hide shit when it comes to their emotions.
but do you know who they do make sense for?
quinn and rachel
we do see quinn glancing up at rachel as she’s working on a song earlier in the episode and the lyrics fit them so well. pretending you don’t love a person, having walls up to protect yourself, wishing you could choose who you love, emotional distance between two people even when they’re trying to vulnerable are all prevalent things for quinn and rachel
also, it would explain a lot about how upset quinn is during the entire episode
that, combined with the fact that santana definitely wrote “light up the world” makes the season two nationals performance is the gayest competition in all of glee