"I know this is selfish, Oliver, and don’t hate me for saying this but…Don’t go.”
#but imagine this in the future#like the night before their wedding#and it’s a really dangerous mission where oliver could die#and felicity asks him not to go#and he says he’ll stay#but in the end she tells him to go#because she just knows#and he almost dies#and over the comms she is yelling at him#about how he shouldn’t have proposed if he wasn’t going to follow through#and he better pull through because they are getting married tomorrow#and how thea will be pissed if the wedding she planned goes to waste#and how they are supposed to get married#and have a honeymoon that will no doubt be put on hold#and in a few years they will start to take a back seat to heroing#and then they will have two kids#one named tommy who will loves computers and a girl who is like oliver#and how oliver and tommy are supposed to be super protective when she goes out on her first date#and how they are going to watch them grow up#and then they will die old and together like that silly couple from the notebook#so no he isn’t going to die#and then diggle brings him back and she is angry but she kisses him anyway#and leaves#saying she’ll see him at the alter tomorrow
Who the fuck wrote those tags? I wanna personally punch you in the feels.
Olicity AU: “Oh, that’s right….I kind of forgot to tell you I called to invite Felicity tonight.” Thea confessed. “You invited Felicity… to our annual Christmas party… she’s jewish.” Oliver felt himself getting angry. He could only imagine how awkward it must have been for Felicity to receive a call like that. “Well she showed up anyway…. hmm I wonder why?” Thea smirked and Oliver’s expression changed.
"Let’s go Ollie, you don’t want to keep your woman waiting." Thea winked and took a few steps in front of Oliver and then stopped to a halt. "Oliver, wait. Actually, let’s ditch this party. It’s totally lame anyway." Thea said quickly. Something was wrong. She called him Oliver. Oliver peaked into the dining room and it was the first thing that caught his eye.