Hancock: Say Luffy, tell me about your crewmates.
Luffy: Well, which one of them should I start with? Zoro, Sanji, Usopp, Brook, Franky, Nami, Robin...
Hancock: Nami? Robin? There are girls?! -Imagine Spot-
Luffy: I'm sorry but I can't be with you.
Hancock: Why?! Why, Luffy?!
"I'm fascinated by the "shippers". Utterly fascinated by that. They will take the tiniest clue — the tiniest smile between two characters — and see that as evidence for something."
— David Slack on the subject of Beast Boy/Raven shippers.
Kaiba: I hate you, Wheeler.
Joey: I hate you too.
"Yes! Misunderstanding! That's precisely it!" Twilight agreed with a prim nod. "You have all of these romantic notions, and then you find a way to interpret even the most innocent of interactions as evidence justifying a non-existent relationship! It can be endearing, sometimes, but it's also risky!"
"It's...okay to pretend, I guess, but honestly, Rarity, please don't jump to conclusions," Twilight pleaded weakly. "At least, not unless something actually happens. If Rainbow and Pinkie ever actually do get together for some reason, then, well, of course we'll be supportive—but until then, maybe you shouldn't be so, ah, passionate in your support of their love."
"Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh
People are talkin', talkin' about people
I hear them whisper, you won't believe it (Ah ha)
They think we're lovers kept under covers (Ooh hoo)
I just ignore it, they keep sayin'
Laugh just a little too loud
(A little too loud)
Stand just a little too close
Stare just a little too long
Maybe they're seein', somethin' we don't darlin'"
—Bonnie Raitt, "Something to Talk About"
"Also, in a conversation with Karkat, it is revealed that John is not homosexual, thus in theory sinking a hundred ships and in practice sinking none."
Can't help it, I just think that they would make such a good pair,
In canon they have never metó
I don't care, I ship it. I don't care.
I know that they are siblings but I think there's something more
If she weren't dating that guy, they'd be banging, I am sure.
The third scene in episode four, come on, look at him stare.
Twincest can't really be that bad
— "I Ship It", by Not Literally Productions