im glad i dont have a thigh gap i almost dropped my phone into the toilet but i caught it with thunder and lightning
Yes, I think he did, in his own way.
I think Cailan grew up with a head filled with fantasies about his own worth and the heritage he carried, how his blood would save and protect him from anything, and even made him better than anyone else, which might explain his cavalier treatment of Anora at the beginning of Origins. Furthermore, I think he was completely oblivious to it: as far as he was concerned, he treated her faily. Divorcing Anora to marry Celene was going to be a non-issue, something like “Anora would understand, it’s nothing personal you see, gotta keep the Theirin bloodline flowing and tbqh I fancy myself as an Emperor, so no hard feelings!”
Eamon says that Anora had him running to do her bidding the moment he saw her - and even though that comment reeks of misogyny, it’s quite revealing. I truly think Cailan was very much smitten by the beauty and wits of Anora, and felt he was in love with her at the beginning of their marriage. The cheating might have started right away, or came afterwards, but I don’t think Cailan ever saw it as a betrayal. Again, Anora would understand, she’s always been the sensible one. And she would certainly never have confronted him about it, even though it must have hurt.
Cailan was undoubtedly spoiled, and it showed in his treatment of Anora, but I really think he loved her. There are many ways to love people, however, and Cailan’s was imperfect as best, to say the least.
Have you ever looked back at your life and realized that you legitimately dealt with depression but tried to normalize it by assuming you were just lazy or antisocial?
remember when the avengers was new?
remember how exciting it was to finally have some of our favorite superheros interacting in one movie?
remember getting chills during this scene?
remember feeling like a superhero when the screen went black and the credit music came on?
Please never forget how special The Avengers is.