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This scene is so important for both their characters. It shows that Felicity has seen through Oliver’s bull shit since day one. She can tell when he’s lying, convincingly or not, and she’s not afraid to call him on it. There has always been an automatic trust between them. It also shows that Oliver has discovered someone who can make him smile, someone who can help him forget - if only for a moment - the torment he has endured. Someone who isn’t family, who he didn’t know before the island, but there is a definite connection.

This moment is why we know that when Oliver said “We both did.” on the island, Felicity knew. Because she’s always been able to see the truth.

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scorpiah:

Isnt it amazing how beautiful people are. Like just look at anyone and study them and their features and how their lips tort and eyes glisten and how their hair falls or sticks or lays. How their eyebrows flex and the way their arms fold, how expressive their hands are. The way their body moves and how their chest rises and falls so subtley with their pulse. People are beautiful even if we dont find them attractive. The fact that they’re a living being is unbelievably magnificent.

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solardrift:

rape-and-pillaging-the-internet:

sexualremarks:

whorville:

Is it true that straight boys eat footballs for breakfast

yeah everyday, the leather makes them feel more secure about their inability to satisfy women

"men don’t ever face sexism."

wow gee i’m sorry that this joke reduced your pay and made you way more at risk of sexual assault because men face sexism

thisisanatattack

This scene is so important for both their characters. It shows that Felicity has seen through Oliver’s bull shit since day one. She can tell when he’s lying, convincingly or not, and she’s not afraid to call him on it. There has always been an automatic trust between them. It also shows that Oliver has discovered someone who can make him smile, someone who can help him forget - if only for a moment - the torment he has endured. Someone who isn’t family, who he didn’t know before the island, but there is a definite connection.

This moment is why we know that when Oliver said “We both did.” on the island, Felicity knew. Because she’s always been able to see the truth.