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Tyler and Caroline (OTP of all OTPs) are endgame and no one will ever convince me otherwise. They will find a way.
It was never meant to be easy with these two and every TC shipper knows the joy and pain that is loving these kids. Even when they hit bumps in the road and the writing for them is lacking, I still believe that Tyler and Caroline, as individual characters and a as a pairing, are the the only things TVD got right (for the most part).
I wouldn’t change the experience for the world. From the small moments of flirtation, fantastic moments of friendship, butterflies from a budding romance, squees of first kisses and first times to the frustration, heartbreak and tears of first fights, goodbyes and reunions…Tyler and Caroline have been worth it all.
“I don’t want you to be alone.”
“I’m right here and I’m not going anywhere.”
“She’s pretty incredible.”
“No friendship is perfect.”
“I love how big your heart is.”
“Everything I like about me, is you.”
“Let me protect you.”
“I need you.”
“Until we find a way.”
“I love you.”
I will live a happy life without you. I will forget all about you. And I will never, ever, think about you again.
Tyler, it doesn’t matter how many times I dance with him…I love you.
Title: Close to a Fault Line
Characters: Tyler/Caroline, cameo by Liz Forbes
Summary: Uncle Mason had said the transformations were the worst nights of his life, and Tyler doesn’t disagree, but he thinks with Caroline by his side, he can survive.
Warnings/Spoilers: Missing scene from “By the Light of the Moon.”
Word Count: 3,057
What’s your game man? I killed you. I jammed my fist in your chest and ripped your heart out. There is no way this buddy trust act is real.
The Vampire Diaries in Black&White - Forwood
“Everything I like about me is you.”
“Please, join us Sheriff. I was just telling The Council about our vampire problem; or I should say, your problem. Perhaps you and The Mayor can enlighten the group on the strides you’ve take to eliminate the problem. Oh that’s right, you haven’t. You see, The Sheriff, the woman we elected to keep our families safe and our town secure has a vampire for a daughter. And our lovely Mayor, a son, who is half vampire half werewolf. These woman are hypocrites. They claim to spearhead our defense against the supernatural presence and then cover up the violent attacks committed by their children.” “That’s enough. We’re done here.” “Sit down Liz. We’re just getting started.”
“Don’t do that Caroline. I’ve already been there once with you okay? And you said no. You shut me down. I’m not going back there again until you make it crystal clear-“