See that furrowed brow? Lips pursed? Hand on her hip? This is what I like to call loopy Quinn. It’s an irrational state that she apparently only reserves for Puckermans.
I’m sorry. I should have never called you a Lima Loser. You’re not.
You’re special and romantic.
Aw, look at him being the hero.
Wait, let me rephrase:
He insulted her shortly before this speech.
Then he goes and belittles Santana.
Then he tells Quinn she’s a mess, which is so good for her ego.
Then he reminds her of her pregnancy, but doesn’t apologize, nor does he admit how he maliciously took advantage of her. He abused her. He ignored her no. He lied to her about using contraception. He got her drunk, then fucked her, then left her to deal with the consequences on her own.
And don’t tell me he tried to be there. He never cared about her. He always only cared about his own damn daddy issues.
Also, what exactly is the consequence of this scene? Does he go and help her? Does he offer her anything?
No. Again, she’s left to deal with things on her own.
Thanks, Puck. You’re such a good man.
Oh, and let’s not forget how right after his little speech to her he goes and tells her that he’s slept with Shelby. Shelby, out of all people. Yea, that’s not traumatizing for Quinn or anything.
To think that whoever originally posted this & most of the rebloggers actually ship Quick & think that Puck is “the man”….
if both of you could keep your unwanted and pretty much useless commentaries out of MY photoset, it’d be appreciated (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
On top of your lack of courtesy to post rude anti-Quick comments on a Quick photoset, let’s go through your ‘analysis’.
When he insulted her, he was trying to hurt her enough so she wouldn’t try to convince him to sleep with her (which is actually a sign of weakness tbh). It’s not very different from when she called him a Lima loser because she wanted him to leave the pregnancy issue alone.
He doesn’t belittle Santana. He’s one of the people who performed for her. He’s simply acknowledging the fact that yes, while Glee Club takes time to help out and comfort certain people, Quinn is often left out by the whole of the group.
Yes, he says she’s a mess and I’m sure she knows it by her abnormal and erratic behavior with her punk phase or her sudden desire to have a baby when she hated being pregnant the first time (which she goes on to talk about maybe she’s trying to get all of her bad decisions out of the way early). It’s not a lie and it’s not an insult. As a matter of fact, if I was going through a tough time, I’d be comforted to know that someone noticed that, that someone probably sympathizes with me for that.And not to mention, he goes on to point out “…ever since I‘ve knocked you up.” If that isn’t an indicator to his guilt over her hardships, I don’t know what is. Every little thing she’s gone through since her sophomore year, he blames himself.
And oh my gosh, Puck did not abuse her. They were drunk and making out on her bed, and while she did originally object, it didn’t take long for her ‘resolve’ to come crumbling down. She definitely did consent to sleeping with him. And Puck never ever left her to deal with the consequences on her own. As soon as he found out she was pregnant, he went to her, he pursued her, he was concerned for her, even though she didn’t even tell him herself and even though he could’ve easily gone on like he didn’t know any better and no one would know any difference. Especially when she encouraged him to.
Puck’s daddy issues were never a motivator for him to care for Quinn. It was a motivator for Beth, but is that a bad thing? No. He wants to be better. He wants to a good father. Puck always cared for Quinn. “This isn’t just another hook-up for me.” “I would take care of it, you know. You, too.” “You’re a punk who doesn’t deserve Quinn as his girlfriend.” “Finn gets everything. He gets the sympathy, he gets the girl.” “We could be a family.” And then the sheer fact that he went along with adoption even though he wanted to keep Beth, for her.
And the point of this scene is the words. His words are a comfort to her, a testament to her. The simple fact that he didn’t get angry at her for trying to have another baby with him is amazing.
Puck’s not a good man. He’s a great man. He’s truly one of the best characters on the show and shows the best character development out of anyone.
And yes, he does tell her. Because he trusts her to keep a secret and because he’s honest with her.
Faberry shippers again.
Thanks for your opinion, but no thank you. We don’t need it, and I’m not gonna destroy your ship because i’m mature enough to want and avoid a ship war, but Oh God… I would have a list of arguments for you.