OUAT

fairytaleasoldastime:

The Sorcerer’s Hat

ouatstuff:

minnothebunny:

ouatstuff:

So, correct me if I’m wrong, but right now it looks like Anna was trapped in Storybrooke, and Kristoff wasn’t, which means that Kristoff now looks way older than Anna.

I don’t care. I still want them together.

I mean, we already have Rumbelle, so why can’t…

I could be wrong, but, with the obvious exception of Neverland,it seems to me like time passes the same in all of the worlds. 

So, if Kristoff was still in Arendale (sp?) when the curse was enacted (which we don’t know that he was), he should probably be in his late forties or early fifties, since, as far as I can tell, only Storybrooke and the Enchanted Forest were affected by the curse.

Okay,  I love some of the responses I am getting, and some of them actually kind of support my theory that the Snow Queen played by Elizabeth Mitchell, is in fact an older version of Anna  ( which, btw, would make her look roughly the same age as Kristoff, if he age naturally).

I thought not being the villain would change things, but this book - these stories - only see me one way.  

So, what’s your plan?

Find the writer.

minnothebunny:

ouatstuff:

So, correct me if I’m wrong, but right now it looks like Anna was trapped in Storybrooke, and Kristoff wasn’t, which means that Kristoff now looks way older than Anna.

I don’t care. I still want them together.

I mean, we already have Rumbelle, so why can’t…

I could be wrong, but, with the obvious exception of Neverland,it seems to me like time passes the same in all of the worlds. 

So, if Kristoff was still in Arendale (sp?) when the curse was enacted (which we don’t know that he was), he should probably be in his late forties or early fifties, since, as far as I can tell, only Storybrooke and the Enchanted Forest were affected by the curse.

So, correct me if I’m wrong, but right now it looks like Anna was trapped in Storybrooke, and Kristoff wasn’t, which means that Kristoff now looks way older than Anna.

I don’t care. I still want them together.

I mean, we already have Rumbelle, so why can’t Anna and Kristoff stay together?

I actually think this Frozen story arc has potential, but..

they had better not turn it into a love triangle

and

They really need to ease up on the Frozen puns in the previews. Like, we get it, she makes snow. Move on.

PLOT TWIST

fryingpanofd00m:

Kristoff and Sven are a young Santa (“Kris” Kringle) and Rudolph.

Theory courtesy my dad, who has faithfully watched OUAT with me every week since the day it started.

Thank you! I mean, I didn’t associate Sven with Rudolph, but I definitely thought Kristoff could be Santa when I saw Frozen, and the outfit Anna was wearing at the end of this episode made me think of Mrs. Claus.

I definitely don’t think wanting a son makes Charming a misogynist. It is very common to want a child who is the same sex as you, an he clearly loves and respects both Snow and Emma.
I think Whale does meet that definition, ( at least his cursed version does), because he mistreats women. He is clearly a serial dater. He ogled Ruby while he was on a date with Snow, had a one night stand with Snow, and it is implied he also slept with Katherine, since that was the wife that he thought Charming was referring to when he punched him.

I definitely don’t think wanting a son makes Charming a misogynist. It is very common to want a child who is the same sex as you, an he clearly loves and respects both Snow and Emma.

I think Whale does meet that definition, ( at least his cursed version does), because he mistreats women. He is clearly a serial dater. He ogled Ruby while he was on a date with Snow, had a one night stand with Snow, and it is implied he also slept with Katherine, since that was the wife that he thought Charming was referring to when he punched him.

gentlesleaze:

Was her being the stepsister ever actually confirmed or is it just speculation? I cannot find it anywhere on Wiki.

I’m like 90% sure Ana was Cinderella’s step-sister in the EF. I think they mentioned it/alluded to it in OUATIW.

Yeah. I’m not aware that it was ever said straight out, but it is strongly implied, because we see her mother, who clearly wants her to marry “up”, just like Lady Tremaine, and she mentions Anastasia’s sisters.